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Eileen Lundy Sidlow

Age 74, of Davie, FL passed away October 18, 2015 at Sunrise Health and Rehabilitation Center in Sunrise, FL.

Born and raised in Wilmington, DE, for seven years Eileen was a certified ceramics instructor and founder/owner of a ceramics business and studio. In the 1980s, Eileen was general manager of Jack Lundy's Delicatessen, a family-owned business and Wilmington landmark for 50 years.

In 1986, Eileen moved to Florida with her daughters and husband Hyman (Hank) Sidlow, who passed away in 2001. In Florida, Eileen devoted herself to volunteer work by taking on leadership roles in her Sunny Isles condominium, as well as in Women's American ORT and Brandeis National Committee. She served multiple terms as chapter president in the latter two organizations, among many other roles. ORT and Brandeis chapter members will recall Eileen as a highly dependable source of creative ideas, organizational skills and an energetic commitment to realize chapter objectives.

Above all, Eileen was a devoted, active, loving and beloved Mother and Bubby. She regularly made it her business to put her children and grandchildren first. From the everyday art projects and homework assignments to making sure they embraced their Jewish faith, Eileen lovingly watched over her children and grandchildren; supporting and protecting them as well as teaching them the lessons they will carry with them through their lives.

Eileen is survived by her brother, Michael Lundy (Barbara); daughters, Elizabeth Lloyd (George Ward) and Dr. Tammy Kushner (Loren); and grandchildren, Cameron Ward, Jade and Mya Kushner.

A graveside service will be 12:30 pm, Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at the Jewish Community Cemetery, 401 Foulk Road, Wilmington, DE 19803. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions may be made to Brandeis National Committee (www.brandeis.edu/bnc) and/or Women's American ORT (www.ortamerica.org).

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Published in The News Journal from Oct. 20 to Oct. 22, 2015
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