Shirlie B. Kalnitz
Date of Death: November 2nd, 2020
15 in Cheshvan 5781
ObituaryShirlie B. Kalnitz, nee Stein, 98 years old, beloved wife of the late Robert B Kalnitz. Loving mother of Joanne (Marshall Sorkin) Kalnitz and Leah (William) Yarrow. Adored grandmother of Ben (Allison) Yarrow, Aliza (Audrey) Yarrow, Nathan (Jennifer) Yarrow, and Jeremy (Elise Roy) Sorkin. Cherished great-grandmother of Ruby, Jonas, Oscar, Sadie, and Dean. Dear sister of the late Myra (the late Maurice) Bolotin. Shirlie was smart, independent, and determined, and she loved her family very much. Private graveside services Wednesday, 2:00 pm, at Shalom Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the charity of your choice. For a link to view the service, click on the Service Information tab. For information or to leave condolences, contact Shalom Memorial Funeral Home (847) 255-3520 or visit www.shalom2.com.
Service InformationService : Wednesday, November 4th at 2:00 pm
Service Location: Private Graveside Service - Shalom Memorial Park
May Her Memory Be A Blessing.
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When: Wednesday, Nov 04, 2020 02:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Guest Book & Memories
November 9th, 2020
So very sorry to hear from Kathy about the passing of your mom. Please accept my deepest condolences. May her memory be a blessing.
~friend, Chicago, Il
November 7th, 2020
Dear Leah, Bill and Family,
I was saddened to hear of Shirlie's passing. While I did not know her, I know how wonderful YOU are and how important she was to you. To have such a beloved mother/mother-in-law/grandmother is a special thing. Her life in our world was of great value; she will be greeted with open arms in the next.
~friend to Yarrow family, Highland Park, IL
November 4th, 2020
I met Shirlie in my Yiddish class at the North Shore Senior Center. She was a lovely woman who always displayed kindness and dignity. I’m so sorry for your family’s loss of this beautiful woman.
~Friend, Skokie, IL
November 4th, 2020
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of our beloved Aunt Shirlie. We all can take comfort in knowing that she lived a long and happy life. She lived long enough to see not only her beautiful grandchildren but her many great-grandchildren as well.
I will always remember the times we came together with sumptuous meals. When Uncle Bob died, the funeral home website told us not to expect food. My boys insisted on stopping for lunch. I told them that this was OUR family! Of course, they had much more to eat when they arrived at the Kalnitz home!
Love to you all. I wish I could be with you.
~niece-in-law, Evanston, Illinois
Yahrzeit Dates For Shirlie B. Kalnitz
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.
|15th of Heshvan 5782||10/21/2021|
|15th of Heshvan 5783||11/9/2022|
|15th of Heshvan 5784||10/30/2023|
|15th of Heshvan 5785||11/16/2024|