We hold our backyard outings on Harvard Ave. as happy and treasured memories. Doc was a great chef and host and is sadly missed. You are in our prayers.
In sympathy and friendship, Bert and Fran
I was shocked to read of Jay's passing! He was a funny man and I will always remember him fondly, especially at the parties at your home. May all the fond memories comfort you at this time. I will be in touch soon! Hugggss..... Deb (Galloway)
“Hi Linda I am down in Fl. & was shocked to read the Obits. I was just thinking of Jay the other day.Sorry for your loss stay well and take care Bill Killian
I am so sorry for your loss. Jay will always be in our hearts. He was one of the most caring and kind people I've ever known. It is so fitting that he left us on valentine's day. We are sending you our love and our most sincere condolences.
“Linda, My heart goes out to you with Jay's passing, the two of you took such good care of each other. You were very lucky to have had your soul mate for such a wonderful 37 years and the memories that will live forever in your heart to cherish that love and friendship that the two of you shared.
“Linda, so sorry to hear of your loss.. Dr Jay was my doctor with a great sense of humor love that guy..
Jay will always be our personal Don Rickles. He always made us laugh. We're glad we got to know him. Sending our hugs to you. Marci and David Frye
“So sorry to read of your loss. His life and love have not gone by unnoticed by 'the God of all comfort, who numbers the hairs of our head and who knows when even a small sparrow falls'. My sincere condolences.
“Dear Linda, We will always remember what a nice Doc Jay was and the times we spent together with you both. May Jay rest in peace. Maxine and Ed
DEITCH, ADRIAN M.D. "JAY" 77 - departed this life and returned home to the Creator on February 14, 2013. Jay was known for his delightful sense of humor and compassion for his patients. Born in Atlantic City, he graduated from Atlantic City High school in 1953. HE is also a graduate of...Read More