In Memorial

Reva Karson

Date of Death: December 4th, 2018
26 in Kislev 5779

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December 6th, 2018

To Jeff and Jennifer and Stacy and family: As cousin Scott said, I also have great memories of growing up at Aunt Sylvia's and Uncle Jack's house visiting with our "older " cousins! I loved what you, Jennifer Karson, wrote. The "family is the most important"message comes straight down from those Ginsberg genes! I was a flower girl in Reva and Mike's wedding and my family and I (Steve, Ilana and Jordan) had great fun with Mike and Reva at Hymie and Sandi's son's wedding. Loved talking about our mothers, the famous Ginsberg girls of New Haven!

" May her memory be for a blessing" and may you all find comfort in one another and those who care about you.

With our deepest condolences.
Amy, Steve, Ilana and Jordan Rashba

~Amy Glick Rashba
~Cousin, Cheshire, CT

December 6th, 2018

We lost a good one. I remember the early days at her parents house with Aunt Sylvia and Uncle Jack. Always liked talking with Reva and brother Brad. Over the years we lost track of each other.

It is with deepest sympathy, I wish the comfort of the good memories that Reva leaves behind to the family.

Cousin Scott

~Scott Yudkin
~cousin, Hamden

December 5th, 2018

Heavy heart knowing Reva has left us. Took her favorite of bagels and tuna salad to her on Friday. Many great memories with her and a few tears, too. Loved caring for Freddie. I will miss you but cherish so many memories.

~Betty Hattendorf
~Neighbor, Elgin, Il

December 5th, 2018

I met Reva at the Alden Rehab facility in September. We took to each other right away. We discovered my great granddaughter shared her birthday. While I am a Seventh-Day Adventist Christian and she was Jewish, we had so many things in common with our faiths. We spent hours talking together about our families and all the important things we both value in life. I thank God for the honor of getting to know her and her kind soul. While it was only for a short time, I treasure all our talks and good times. May God bring comfort to all the members of her family.

~Jo Nagy
~friend, Streamwood

December 5th, 2018

Reva, I will always remember the kindness you shared at the Club House. May you rest in peace and God Bless your family.
In Sympathy,

~Friend, Elgin, IL

December 5th, 2018

I knew Mike fairly well from the neighborhood and as a board member. Although I did not know Reva well, she was a neighbor. May she Rest in Peace and share Hanukkah with Mike! Shalom!

~Linda Schreiber

December 4th, 2018

Reva was one of the kindest people with the biggest hearts. I feel blessed to have had her in my life for the last 20 years and that she was able to be a part of my children's lives for the last 15 and 11 years. My kids learned patience and compassion from their Grandmother and above all that family was the most important thing to her. She always looked forward to seeing and spending time with us whether it was to celebrate a special occasion or just watch one of the kids at their sporting events. She will forever be remembered and missed by all.

~Jennifer Karson
~Daughter-in-law, Schaumburg


Yahrzeit Dates For Reva Karson

Tradition directs us in the evening before the Yahrzeit dates listed below, the anniversary of our loved one's day of death, we are to kindle a candle in our homes as a reminder of their place in our hearts.

Gregorian Date
26th of Kislev 578012/24/2019
26th of Kislev 578112/12/2020
26th of Kislev 578211/30/2021
26th of Kislev 578312/20/2022
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