N. William "Bill" Weinstein
Age 89 passed away March 7, 2013.
Bill was born March 15, 1923 to Sidney & Miriam Weinstein who predeceased him and was a loving brother to Myron Hirsh Weinstein who also predeceased him. Bill attended Shortridge High School and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Indiana University. He served as an officer in the Maritime service during World War II. When he came back from the service, he opened Lord Jewelers on Monument Circle. Several years later, he built residential homes as Kessler Boulevard Developers with his brother Mike and then became a land developer. He was President of the Bureau of Jewish Education; board member of Congregation Beth-El Zedeck synagogue; board member of the Jewish Community Relations council; and served in several capacities for the Marion County Democratic Party. Bill created the Spring Mill neighborhood association where he served as board President for many years.
Bill is survived by his loving wife, Bebe to whom he was married almost 50 years; daughter, Anne (Steve) Weiss of Elazar, Gush Etzion, Israel; daughter, Rachel (Geoffrey) Rotwein of Green Brae, CA; daughter, Gayle (Bruce) Loewenthal of Indianapolis; and son, David (Debbie) Weinstein of Naperville, IL. He was cherished by ten grandchildren, Joshua, Benjamin, Michal, Zachary, Eli, Sarah, Suzanne, Dani, Hillary, and Daniel; as well as nine great-grandchildren.
Bill was a devoted family man. He was loyal to Judaism and taught Sunday school, led many Passover Seders for gentiles and Jews alike and attended Congregation Beth-El Zedeck services regularly for many years. Bill's true love was travelling throughout the world with his devoted wife, Bebe.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Hadassah (http://www.Hadassah.org) or Congregation Beth-El-Zedeck (http://www.BEZ613.org).
Funeral services will be held Friday March 8, 2013 at 1PM at Aaron Ruben Mortuary, 11411 N. Michigan Rd., with burial to follow at Congregation Beth-El Zedeck South Cemetery.
Arrangements entrusted to Aaron Ruben Nelson Mortuary. Friends may leave a memory or message of condolence by visiting the online obituary at http://www.arnmortuary.com.