Jay-Lifshen-Obituary

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Dr. Jay David Lifshen

Dallas, Texas

Feb 8, 1951 – Sep 11, 2018 (Age 67)

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Jay Lifshen passed away on September 11, 2018. Funeral Home Services for Jay are being provided by Sparkman/Hillcrest Funeral Home & Memorial Park of Dallas, TX.

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I'm sorry to hear about Jays passing. I always thought he was a great guy and enjoyed playing softball with him in the Shalom league and basketball at the JCC. He was a good competitor and fellow Clevelander. Condolences to the family. Jim Bradley

I just learned today of Dr. Lifshen's passing. I am saddened to hear the news. I first saw him as a patient in the early 1970s when he opened his first practice in Irving and have seen him annually since. He will be missed.

Bill Holcomb
Irving TX

I was so very sorry to hear today about Dr. Lifshen's passing. He has been taking good care of my feet since the late 80's early 90's. I loved his personality and enjoyed talking with him about the Yankees, Medical Insurance, medical news and world news. He was always kind and supporting. I will certainly miss having him care for my medical needs. I know his family, staff, friends and patients will miss him greatly! My thoughts and prayers are especially with his family.

My sincerest condolences. Jay was such a nice and genuine man. I appreciate his many years of service to the Shearith Israel North community. May his memory always be for a blessing to Diane and his family.

Diane and family. I am truly sorry for your loss. I know I am personally going to miss him. He use to kid me that as much as I had to come see him that I paid for most of his vacations. We laughed a lot together, but I always knew his was trying to save my life. Now I am at a loss as to know where I will ever find a greater doctor or friend as he was.

Dr. Lifshen was a very sweet, sincere man who gave me my 1st job while I was a senior in high school back in 1981. Prayers to the Lifshen family and know that he will be truly missed.

This was one of the nicest men I've ever met. He probably saved my life. My condolences to all who loved him. I'm sure there were many,

Jay was a true mensch. May his memory be a blessing to your family always.

Diane, I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know my prayers are with you and your family. It was such an honor to know such a strong, determined, and courageous man. I will always hold the deepest respect and admiration for you and Dr. Lifshen. My deepest sympathies,Zena Hubby