Current Funeral & Shivah

We mourn the passing of...

Rabbi Adam Feldman
Husband of Sara Bucholtz
Son of Len and Nikki Feldman
Father of Talia, Dena and Ilan
Brother of Lisa Feldman (Brian Greene) and Amy (Barry) Vogt
Uncle of Sam, Noah, Yoni, Eliza and Maya

The funeral and shivah will take place on the East Coast

Milton B. Goodman

Husband of Frances Goodman z"l
Father of his cherished son, Roger Goodman z"l (Melody)
and Irene Goodman
Grandfather of Sarah, Joshua (Julia), Jeffrey (Ashley),
Kennith and Daniel
Loving great grandfather of three great grandchildren

The funeral will take place on Thursday, December 26 at 12:30 PM
at Mt. Sinai Hollywood Hills
5950 Forest Lawn Drive, Los Angeles, 90068

Shiva is as follows:
Thursday, December 26 at 4:30 PM
Saturday, December 28 and Sunday December 29 at 7:00 PM
At the Goodman home;
107 N Mansfield Ave. Los Angeles, 90036

Carol Rosen Lerner
Wife of Isadore Jack Lerner
Mother of Paul Lerner (Michelle Fellner) and Daniel (Danielle) Lerner
Grandmother of Etan and Noam Lerner, Baruch (Shira),
Elyashiv (Rotem), and Tahel
Great grandmother of Shaked Lerner and Ma'ayan Lerner

The funeral will take place in the Washington DC area on
Monday, December 30

Shiva in Los Angeles will be as follows:
Thursday, Jan. 2, at 7:30 AM and 4:30 PM

Friday, Jan. 3 and Sunday Jan. 5 at 7:30 AM

Dov Ber Malkin
Husband of Bertha Bracha Malkin
Father of Ely (Bobbie Feinberg), Anina Selve (Philippe),
and Shula Darviche (Michael)
Grandfather of Talia, Jonah, Lior, Emma, Julian, Gabriel and Madeline

The funeral will be held Tuesday, December 24 at 1:00 PM
at Eden Memorial Park
11500 Sepulveda Blvd., Mission Hills, 91345

Shivah Information:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday at 6:30 PM
at the home of Ely Malkin and Bobbie Feinberg
3040 Motor Avenue, 90064

Nate Milmeister
Who passed away on Shabbat, Saturday, October 26.
The funeral is scheduled to be
Wednesday, November 6, at 11:30 AM,
Mt. Sinai Hollywood Hills
5950 Forest Lawn Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90068

We also invite the community to participate in a very special way to honor Nate’s memory, and his meaningful impact within our community. Though one is obligated by Jewish Law to recite kaddish for 7 immediate family members (mother, father, spouse, brother, sister, son, daughter), there is something lovely about members of a community, or extended family, taking on a voluntary recitation of kaddish, particularly when there are no living family members to do so. After discussing this amongst ourselves and some TBA members, we have decided to set up a digital spreadsheet marking 30 days from Nate’s burial, leading through the sh’loshim/שלושים period. We are hoping that at least one TBA member sign up to attend minyan/services (either at TBA, or elsewhere) and recite kaddish for each of the slots listed on the form. In that way, we will, as a grateful and mourning community, ensure that kaddish is recited through the minimum period of time for which that prayer is recited after the death of a loved one.

Nate’s presence, spirit, smile and overflowing mentshlikhkeit continue to pervade our community. He is missed, and yet still with us in powerful ways. We thank you, in advance, for stepping forward to perpetuate Nate’s memory in this way.

יהי זכרו ברוך. May Nate’s memory be a great blessing to us all.

May God comfort their families

among the mourners of Zion & Jerusalem.


Lifecycle Staff

Judith Alban

Titles: B'nei Mitzvah Coordinator
Phone Numbers:
Work: 310-652-7354 ext. 207

Susan Nemetz

Titles: Rabbinic Assistant, & Life Cycle Coordinator
Phone Numbers:
Work: 310-652-7354 ext. 210

Ronna Sundy

Titles: Special Events Coordinator
Phone Numbers:
Work: 310-652-7354 ext. 217