In Remembrance of Enid Friedman

Enid Friedman

Enid Friedman

Sarasota, FL and formerly of Clarks Green, PA June 29, 1924 ~ December 21, 2014 Date of Service: December 24, 2014


Enid Frimith Friedman, 90, a resident of Sarasota, FL, passed away on Sunday night.  


The daughter of the late Edward and Sarah Gross Klein, she was born in Scranton on June 29, 1924.  A resident of Clarks Green, PA for over 25 years, she had attended Scranton Central High School, the University of Michigan and the Tufts School of Occupational Therapy in Boston.


Enid was active in social and philanthropic organizations including Brandeis Study Group, Hadassah and volunteered for many years as a reader to first grade children in Sarasota. She was an avid walker and swimmer and enjoyed living for many years on Long Boat Key. Most of all, Enid loved being with her three sons and seven grandchildren, to whom her matzoh ball soup was legendary.   


She is survived by sons Richard Friedman and Suzanne Perry of Loudonville, NY and their sons Andrew, Henry and Peter; J. Lawrence Friedman and Mary Kalmes of Ann Arbor, MI and their children Lauren and Alex; Bill and Wendy Friedman of Lexington, MA and their sons Zack and Jacob, and by several nieces. She was predeceased by her brother, Jerome Klein and her beloved friend Theodore Bell.  


The funeral will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home, Inc., 318 E. Drinker St., Dunmore, with services by Rabbi Daniel Swartz.  Interment to follow in Ohav Zedek Cemetery, Hanover Township.


There will be no local shiva.  


Donations in her memory can be made to Emma E. Booker Elementary School, c/o Principal Dawn Clayton, 2350 Dr. MLK Way, Sarasota, FL 34234.

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Robert Friedman
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Cousin Enid's passing
Reply #2 on : Tue December 23, 2014, 15:13:24
Dear Richard, Larry, and Bill,
I was so sorry to learn of your mom's passing, and we send our condolences from Jerusalem.
I have fond memories of "Inky", as I used to call her. She was a good, gentle, and caring lady.
I'll visit her grave on my periodic visits to the Ohav Zedek Cemetery, and say a prayer for her. May her soul be bound up in eternal life. May HaShem comfort you among the other mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. Love, Cousin Bob
ray cramer
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Re: In Remembrance of Enid Friedman
Reply #1 on : Tue December 23, 2014, 12:28:08
bill,
sorry to read about Enid
Just wishing to extend both condolences and warm greetings from a long-ago friend.
sincerely,ray cramer