Harriet Moskowitz

October 8, 1924April 1, 2021

Burial and Shiva for Harriet Moskowitz will be private.

A woman ahead of her time: There was no one quite like her. Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.

She will always be remembered for her amazing style, larger-than-life smile, thirst for knowledge and love of people and travel.

We have lost our family matriarch and best friend.

May mom rest in peace.

Donations in memory of Harriet may be made to:

Cure Rare Diseases 1575 Tremont St. 1107 Boston M.A. 02120 att: Rich Horgan 607-215-6401 website info: //

Temple Emanuel Rabbi's Discretionary Fund 190 North County Road Palm Beach, Florida 33480

Talking Books 4289 Cherry Road West Palm Beac, Fl.33409 Checks may be made to: Friends of P.B. County Library System for: Talking Books In memory of Harriet Moskowitz

Burial and Shiva will be private.


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Marlene and Barry Green

April 4, 2021

Harriet was an inspiration to all and truly my hero. Her amazing smile and zest for life made her lovable to everyone she met. She taught me many life lessons and how to play canasta defensively. Barry and I loved her dearly and she will forever be in our hearts .
Love and condolences to the family
Marlene and Barry Green

MaryAnne Kristel

April 4, 2021

I will always fondly love Harriet. I never saw her without a gorgeous smile.
I hope the family accepts our deepest sympathy.
Love from Ira & MaryAnne

Malka Pita Smithers

April 3, 2021

Beautiful Harriet. Are the only words that can begin to describe her. Every time she enter into a room - her dazzling smile revealed the kindness of her heart.
The most wonderful - beautiful woman I have ever known. I am grateful I meet beautiful Harriet.
Harriet will forever live in our hearts.
💕🇮🇱Malka Liora .

Rebecca Cohen

April 2, 2021

I am forever grateful that Harriet was my friend and mentor for understanding lifelong resilience. I will think of her each day as I wake up and repeat her mantra: "What a beautiful day to be alive!"

Judy Mayer

April 1, 2021

My fond memories of Harriet would happen when my husband Harvey and I would visit Harriet and Sam at their home at Admirals Cove. We would sit around for hours listening to childhood stories that we heard years ago. Laughing and remembering the wonderful times (and sometimes not so wonderful) we shared with the family. I will certainly miss her. Love always, Judy