Eva-Kor-Obituary

Eva Kor

Jan 31, 1934 – Jul 4, 2019 (Age 85)

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Eva Kor, holocaust survivor and educator, died Thursday, July 4, 2019, in Krakow, Poland of natural causes, while leading an educational trip to Auschwitz. She was 85. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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You chose to be a light in the darkness. Thank you.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always....PRAYERS

My condolences to those mourning the passing of Eva. She was a powerful example of selflessness and how forgiveness heals. She was mighty into her 80s and remained mighty in her efforts. I am certain she will be dearly missed.

Eva was an incredible influence in my Eva was resilient, passionate and dedicated. Her love for humanity, especially our future generations was profound. I will miss our phone calls, texts, tweets and occasional in person visits. I was grateful to see Eva a few weeks before her passing. May Evas name and memory be for a blessing

Your strength inspired so many of us and will continue to do so for generations to come.
Your smile will stay with me.

Though I never had the honor of meeting Mrs Eva Kor she was indeed someone for which I had great admiration. It has long been my desire to visit the Candles Museum and was a dream to have traveled to Auschwitz in the company of Mrs Nor. She was an inspiration to many and touched the lives of all who knew her even one like me who only knew her through videos and social media. May she rest in peace and may her family find comfort in the knowledge that she is finally at rest after such a long...

With sincere condolences: I first heard of Eva about 10 years ago, coming upon her name in an article. I learned about the Holocaust at Sunday school and visited our local Holocaust museum, being born in next generation. I happened to see a documentary this past year and was most impressed in learning her life's work. Her legacy has touched me through her incredible strength and kindness. I have a twin sister, too.

Humanity has lost a truly beautiful women who has given ever so selflessly to so many. Her lifes work has left the world a more loving and compassionate place. What greater legacy can one leave?
Shalom Eva

May God watch over you forever!