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ALAN JOSEPH KADISH

 

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA – Alan Joseph Kadish, 65, of Savannah, Georgia, husband of Kathy Lee Schafer Kadish, died Monday evening, September 27, 2009, at Hospice Savannah.

The funeral service will be held at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morning in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service.

 

Online Condolences

  1. Tonya Sharpe Murphy says:

    Mrs. Kadish,All of us at Dr. Giorgio and Dr. Grill’s office wish you our best. He was a sweet and kind man.

  2. Robert Pawlicki and Gail Scarbrough says:

    What a treat to have had Alan in our lives. A gentle, very kind man, Alan immediately set friends at ease. We were never in his presence that we were not the better for it. Thoughtful and sensitive he made us examine our own lives by his example. His superb management of the challenges in his life did the same. His obvious love for his wife, Kathy, made us reflect on what could be. An extraordinary man that we won’t forget.

  3. Donna Grady/Tracy Varady says:

    Alan was a kind and gentle man. He always inquired of your well being regardless of how he was feeling. We will miss his greeting at the door,and the amazing bond that he and Kathy shared. That beautiful person will live in our hearts forever.Heartfelt condolences to Kathy and all of the family.

  4. Susan Heyman says:

    Susie Reichenbach Heyman and Subie and Paul Reichenbach send condolences to Alan’s wife Kathy and to Debbie and Lynne and their families. We remember fondly our years as next door neighbors on Bow Road. We never knew Alan as a man but remember well the sweet and gentle boy. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.

  5. Lois Bornstein Kimbol says:

    My mother, Shirley Bornstein, my sister, Marge Bornstein, and I all send our condolences to the family. Your family and ours had such a strong connection when Marge and I were gronwing up. All of us remember Alan’s kindness in coming when my father died. Our thoughts and hearts are with you.

  6. Lois Bornstein Kimbol says:

    My mother, Shirley Bornstein, my sister, Marge Bornstein, and I all send our condolences to the family. Your family and ours had such a strong connection when Marge and I were gronwing up. All of us remember Alan’s kindness in coming when my father died. Our thoughts and hearts are with you.

  7. Corinne Geist says:

    As a long-time friend of his parents,Millie and Bernie, we spoke often of the admiration we felt for the way in which he and Kathy handled his blindness. They are role models for people coping with a handicap.

  8. Pam & Jon Devorkin says:

    Alan was a very special man who touched the lives of all who were priviledged to know him. He was a man of great pride, dignity and courage. He will be greatly missed. Alan will never be far away from all of us as he will live on in our hearts and memories. With sympathy and love,Pam & Jon

  9. Micki & Gerson says:

    We send our deepest condolences to the entire Kadish family. May the New Year bring only good health, happiness and prosperity.

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