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Name:Lorraine D. Hurwitz
Home:Brighton, New York
Death Date:August 18, 2013
Birth Date:December 15, 1938
Age:74
Birthplace:Rochester, New York
Visitation:The family will receive friends on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 from 1:30-5 PM at the Jewish Home of Rochester (2021 Winton Road S.)
Service Info:Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at 11 AM in the All Seasons Chapel of White Haven Memorial Park (210 Marsh Road).
Interment:Temple B'rith Kodesh plot, Section T of White Haven Memorial Park.
Donations:
To a charity of one's choice.
Bio:
Lorriane D. Hurwitz

Passed away on August 18, 2013 at age 74.  Predeceased by her parents, Phillip & Shirley Nakrach & brother, Alan Nakrach.  She is survived by her loving husband of 55 years, Garson "Gary"; children, Phillip (Pamela) Hurwitz, Jeffrey (Terry) Hurwitz, Alana (Bobby) Harndon and Brian (Eileen) Hurwitz; grandchildren, Austin, Jennifer, Zachary, Jordan, Christopher & Annie.  She will be remembered for her passion, creativity, determination and love of people. 

Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at 11 AM in the All Seasons Chapel of White Haven Memorial Park (210 Marsh Road).  Click here for directions.

The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 1:30-5 PM at the Jewish Home of Rochester.  Click here for directions.

Donation Information:

To a charity of one's choice.
Stones:
By leaving a stone, you are leaving a message for the family. The origin of this goes back to Biblical times, when graves were often marked with a pile of stones. After some time, the elements made the stones disperse, and it was necessary for the piles to be built up again. Nowadays, we mark graves with a permanent marble or granite monument. By placing a pebble on the grave, the visitor is helping preserve the memory of the deceased. Just as the stone lasts forever, so too does the soul live forever. Another thought is that by placing pebbles on the grave, it shows that respects are still being paid, and that the deceased is still loved and remembered.
Your presence was grand, your heart was abundant and your love was all encompassing. You are deeply loved and missed.
From the Margolis and Wright Family you have our deepest sympathy and condolences. Cousin Lorraine was always a favorite person to visit is Rochester.
All the love I can muster goes into this stone. Lots of energy in the photos. Love to all the family. Big hugs to Alana & Bobby - some of my dearest friends in the world.
I will always remember my cousin Lorriane for her ability to embrace life in the moment. Thank you for teaching me how to laugh at things not always meant to be funny.
Dear Cousins Gary, Phillip, Jeff, Alana and Brian, With great sadness and fond memories, I share in your loss. When I was a young adult, Lorraine was my ideal of style, fashion, and savvy with a large dose of our Warvin sense of humor. I will cherish those memories of her and wish you comfort in the joy that she brought all of us. Love, Cousin Cheryl
To Gary & Family, We have so many wonderful memories from childhood and onwards of our times with Lorraine. Her beauty and her humor were boundless. Thinking of all of you. Love, Eleanor and Chris
i will always treasure the memories of your love of life, your generosity and loyalty. i will miss you
Poor Lorraine, No one could be more loyal or loving or generous. I shall always remember all the hapiness and sense of fun she could bring to every occasion as a blessing. May she rest in peace and may you- Gary, Elana, Philip, Jeffrey and Brian enjoy a long, good life together with your families. Love, Cousin Bobby
After so many years, I was saddened to read of the passing of a friend who helped me grow up! From calling you, Gary , when I broke my thumb to Lori helping me sew my 'vest' for home ec. in high school and just hanging out with her and you guys, i am reminded of her contagious smile and her warmth and her unconditional acceptance of me.. Thank you, rest in peace.
Dear Gary, Phillip, Jeff, Alana and Brian... I am truly saddened by the news of Lorraine's passing. Sending my heartfelt sympathy and love to you all. Love, Bubu
I will always have good memories of my cousin Lorriane; her warm, loving hugs and continous laugh. Our deepest symphathy to my cousins Gary, Phil, Jeffrey, Alana and Brain
We love you and you will always be in our thoughts. We miss you.
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