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Abraham Margolin

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Abraham Margolin Obituary
ABRAHAM A. MARGOLIN, 100. Born June 2, 1914 and passed away June 4, 2014. Predeceased by his first wife, Marjorie Weiss Margolin, parents and sisters, and son in law Morton B. Konig. Survived by children Barbara Konig, Judith "Judy" and Morris Kriger, Richard "Butch" Margolin and Sharon Pearson and Judi Margolin, his wife Phyllis Fisher Margolin, grandchildren Amy Konig Wulfe (Perry), Larry Konig (Beth), Sidney Kriger (Jill), Roz Kriger Renberg (Dan), Adam Kriger (Samantha), Lauren Kriger Perlman, Marci Margolin Hirsch (Geoffrey), and Natalie Margolin Royal (Paul); and his 22 Great Grandchildren each of whom he loved and are a continuance of his wonderful attributes.
Abe was a veteran of WWII, President of Texas Beverage Association and involved with the Retina Foundation. On his 50th birthday, Abe founded Union Container Corp. which he later merged with Alco Standard Corporation.
After retirement in 1986, he volunteered with SCORE and became Chairman of the Houston chapter, receiving many awards and certificates of appreciation for his service, which continued well into his 90s. Truly an amazing man, always caring and considerate of others.
Special thanks to all his employees and associates who helped him to achieve so much in his lifetime; as well as Freda Burton, all Abe's friends and personnel at the Village of Meyerland, and each and every one of the special people who enabled him to reach his final goal of attaining 100 years.
A memorial service will be held at Congregation Beth Israel, Houston on Friday June 6 at 11:30 a.m., with a reception to follow.
Donations in his memory may be made to Congregation Beth Israel, Houston; Collat JFS, 3940 Montclaire, Birmingham, Al, 35213; or any .


Published in Houston Chronicle from June 5 to June 6, 2014
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