Jason C. Siegel

October 1, 1923November 30, 2018

Jason Charles Siegel, DMD, died on November 30. Born October 1, 1923 to Harry and Flora (Soforenko) Siegel, Jason proudly attended Nathan Bishop Junior High, Hope High School, URI, and Tufts Dental School. After service overseas with the US Navy during WWII, he returned to Providence to open his dental practice, retiring in 2008 after 65 years of practice and several generations of patients. Jason was a past president and first honorary lifetime member of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth El.

Jason is survived by his beloved wife, Tovia (Mancoll), and his daughters Sarah (Paul Stein) and Rachel (Irwin Gelber). He was a wonderful son, husband, and father. He was incomparable, and will be missed.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday, December 4th at 1:00 PM at Sugarman-Sinai Memorial Chapel, 458 Hope St, Providence with burial in Sons of Israel and David Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to The Library Fund of Temple Beth El, 70 Orchard Avenue, Providence RI 02906. Shiva will be held at his late residence; following services and Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 PM and 6-8 PM.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Jason C. Siegel

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carol siegel friefeld

December 4, 2018

Jason was such a kind and sweet man, the favorite cousin of my father, Bob Siegel. I send my love and condolences to my cousins, Tovia, Sarah, and Rachel.

Laurie Sperling

December 3, 2018

I knew of Jason only through stories told by my friend and his daughter, Sarah. What I member vividly is his love of baseball and the Red Socks. He would watch the games on TV, and later in life, he'd listen to the radio. He always knew the score and who was playing. It's something the two of them shared, and will always have between them.


December 3, 2018

I was very saddened to learn of Dr. Siegel's passing. He was a fixture in my life and was a inspirational healer and technician to my mother Ellen L. Diamond. I use to enjoy my visits to his office on both business and professional calls. He will be missed, my sincere condolences to Mrs. Siegel and his family.
Henry M. Diamond