DR. ARNOLD SCHWARTZ
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SCHWARTZ
DR. ARNOLD
A physician in the Philadelphia community for over 60 years and veteran of the USAF who served during the Korean war, passed away peacefully with his wife at his bedside on March 31, 2020. Beloved husband of Deena Schwartz (nee Rubenstein). Loving and devoted father of Dr. Lauren Schwartz, Andrew Schwartz, Esq. (Marie, Esq.). Dr. Jonathon Schwartz, and Mitchell Schwartz (Angelica). Adoring grandfather of Amelia, Sarah, Emily, Oliver, Eva, Sage, and Emerson. Dear brother of the late Adelaide Markowitz. Dr. Schwartz was a devoted physician who cared deeply for his family, his patients, and humanity. He lived his life caring for people and making this world a better place in everything he did. Contributions in his memory may be made to Beth Shalom Synagogue in Elkins Park, the COVID-19 First Responders Children's Foundation, the State of Israel, or the charity of your choice. Services are private. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date when the pandemic ends. www.goldsteinsfuneral.com



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Published in The Philadelphia Inquirer on Apr. 3, 2020.
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April 4, 2020
Dr. Arnold Schwartz, an exemplary man, who touched many lives with his generosity & genuine kindness, was a pillar of strength, an airman, a respected physician, a great father & friend, shall be missed by those lucky enough to know him. I personally shall always cherish the moments I shared with his beautiful family. I recall the 1st Passover Seder as I sat at his table & kept wondering, when is Elijah showing up? Is he late? I seriously looked for Elijah to show up the entire time. To this day, I will never forget the sweet smile on Dr. Arnold's face, as I kept watching the doorway.
I love you Dr. Arnold Schwartz, I will miss your gentle kind spirit my friend.
May you Rest In Peace & May G-d bless your family, the fruits of your loving soul.
Migdalia Jimenez
April 3, 2020
At Passover, as the oldest cousin who was younger than his kids, I would (eventually) find the Afikomen, sometimes after an intervention was staged by one of the kids. Then, I'd bring it to him, and his kids would be cheering me on, yelling for me to ask for a car, or a hundred dollars. I didn't know what to say, so I'd say, "Five dollars each," for me and my sister. He'd always look at me, with his yarmulke that somehow stayed on his bald head, and say, "In my day, it was a dime." Then, I'd wait, and he'd get out a few dollars for us, which was a lot of money for little people who didn't work. I always remember that he loved us. And, it was convenient having a doctor in the family to sign a medical form in a pinch.
Stephanie Kaye
April 3, 2020
Rest In Peace ARNOLD ,you were wonderful kind man and father to my long time friend Lauren!
Xo
Donna Jaconi
April 3, 2020
Love always and forever.
Love you Dad! Miss you already. Thank you for being the best father a girl could ask for and thank you for continuing to watch over us.
Your daughter, Lauren
Lauren Schwartz
April 3, 2020
Nice man. Called on him in his NE Philly office for 8 years as a Stuart Pharmaceuticals rep. Always pleasant. One of my favorite calls. Those who knew him well will miss him greatly.
Don Miler
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