Berger Memorial Chapel

9430 Olive Blvd, St Louis, MO


William "Bill" Solomon

November 14, 1938January 29, 2020

Beloved husband of the late Karen Solomon; dear father and father-in-law of Wendy Huss (Bill), Amy Cunningham (Tim) and Josh Solomon (Miwa); dear grandfather of Cora Kelly (Justin), Lamont Huss, Evan Huss, Trudie Huss, Karen Huss, Jacob Cunningham (Alanna), Evan Cunningham and Naomi Solomon; dear great-grandfather of Parker, Quinn, Mariah, Naveah, Nicholas and Emina; dear son of the late Max and the late Celia Solomon; dear brother of Fran Rothchild (late Lou); special friend of Barbara Bianco for many years; dear uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Funeral service Sunday, February 2, 2:00 p.m. at Kol Rinah, 829 N. Hanley Road. No visitation prior to the funeral service. Interment follows at Chevra Kadisha Cemetery. Memorial contributions preferred to Kol Rinah, 829 N. Hanley Road (63130); Jewish Family Services-Senior Services, 10950 Schuetz Road (63146) or the Salvation Army, 1130 Hampton Ave. #3147 (63139).


  • Funeral Service Sunday, February 2, 2020
  • Interment Sunday, February 2, 2020
  • Shiva Sunday, February 2, 2020
  • Shiva Monday, February 3, 2020
  • Shiva Tuesday, February 4, 2020


William "Bill" Solomon

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Shmuel Greenwald

February 3, 2020

I learned with Bill every Tuesday for years. Tomorrow would be our day together and I'm very saddened to have a lost a really good friend. Bill and I shared a lot of meaningful conversations together and a lot of laughs. I never had an interaction with Bill I didn't enjoy. He was a kind, very generous and wise man who I will greatly miss.

Sasha Sedan

February 2, 2020

Bill was my big brother's friend. He was always funny (witty) and warm and modest and just nice to be around.

Robert Uxa

January 31, 2020

Dear Amy, Josh and Wendy, I was saddened to learn of your fathers death. He was always one of my favorite people at ABR. He had a great sense of humor, was kind, generous and thoughtful. I always tried to get a lunch with him when I came to STL. He called me not long ago while he was getting dialysis and he was laughing and joking! Who does that? He always talked about you guys and was very proud of you all. I will miss him.

Marci Mayer Eisen

January 30, 2020

I received a tremendous gift when Ken Weintraub connected Bill Solomon to the work of the Millstone Institute and JProStl. Bill became a big supporter, and especially celebrated the work of our professional community. I will personally miss his involvement and friendship.