We were so sorry to learn of the passing of your beloved father, Abraham Zuckerman. We traveled with you on Backroads "From Prague to Vienna". Neil made a special trip to Mauthausen with you where you told him the story of your father's life and then sent us his book that he was so kind to sign to us. Please accept our most sincere condolences at this sad time.
Carolyn & Neil Coplan
Wayne- I am sorry to hear of your father's passing. His sunny
disposition and optimism in building his new house was so
admirable. Although too brief, it is my hope that it brought him joy and pleasure. My condolences to you and the entire family.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
I was very fortunate to host Mr. Zuckerman at the Museum of Jewish Heritage when he came to discuss his book 'A Voice in the Chorus' My condolences to the family.
Warren Shalewitz, New York, NY
Mr. Zuckerman always had a big smile for me and asked about my brother. His faced smiled like no other He life had special meaning to all those he knew. Loved by many, he was a good friend to my parents and often welcomed them into his home. He and Millie raised three great children and cared for Mrs. Lorber for many years. He leaves a legacy of good deeds his family can be proud of. May your memories of this wonderful bring you peace as you morn his loss.