Vivian Weisman

February 13, 1924February 28, 2018

Vivian Weisman, 94, of Salem, passed peacefully on Wednesday, February 28, at the Brudnick Center for Living in Peabody. She was the beloved wife of the late Paul Weisman, and they shared 66 years of marriage until his passing in 2013.

A long time Lynn resident, Mrs. Weisman was born in Boston, a daughter of the late Harry and Florence (Rosenberg) Gordon. She was a secretary and served in several other capacities for the Jewish Rehabilitation Center for the Aged of the North Shore for many years in Swampscott. She had previously worked at the Jewish Community Center when it was located in Lynn.

Mrs. Weisman was an active member of B’nai B’rith and the sisterhood of Con. Anshai Sfard in Lynn as well as the Women’s Auxiliary. She devoted many years in leadership and fundraising capacities.

Left to cherish her memory are her daughter and son-in-law, Ellen Weisman and Mitchel Marmorstein of Lafayette, CO; and her sister, Barbara Goldstein of Virginia.

A funeral service will be held on Sunday at 11:00am in Stanetsky-Hymanson Memorial Chapel, 10 Vinnin Street, Salem, MA. Burial will be in Anshe Sfard Cemetery, 16 Buxton Road, Danvers, MA. Donations in her memory may be made to Chelsea Jewish Life Care c/o Brudnick Center for Living, 240 Lynnfield Street, Peabody, MA 01960.

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  • Ellen Weisman, Daughter
  • Barbara Goldstein, Sister
  • Paul Weisman, Husband
  • Florence Gordon, Mother
  • Harry Gordon, Father


  • Funeral Service Sunday, March 4, 2018

Vivian Weisman

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Laine Averback

March 3, 2018

I am sorry to hear of your mom's passing. She was a lovely woman, always a smile on her face. She was very kind to me all those years ago at the JCC in Lynn and then, she and Esther took care of my invitations et al for my wedding shower and wedding all those years ago...
Know that your parents were a special couple; you have been blessed to call them yours.
Take good care, Ellen, and know that many people cared for Vivian.