Moris Tcath
April 1, 2021
Moris "Moe" Aaron Tcath, 89, son of the late Jacob and Gertrude (Lahn) Tcath, and beloved husband for 63 years to Beverly (Hendel) Tcath.

Born, raised, and educated (Brown University) in Providence's storied East Side, he served in the US Army during the Korean Conflict. He went on to enjoy his small business career and world travels.

Moe was predeceased by his sister Sybil (Leonard) Michelman and is survived by children Laurie (Peter) Sterling, Jay (Amy) Tcath, and Pam (Barry) Schiff, and grandchildren Max and Sam Sterling, Gordon, William, and Lily Tcath and Bennet Schiff.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Hendel Family Scholarship Fund, which Moe chaired, at the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut are appreciated.

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Published by Chicago Tribune on Apr. 4, 2021.
Funeral service
Temple Beth Sholom
1809 Whitney Ave, Hamden, Connecticut
Funeral services provided by:
Robert E. Shure Funeral Home
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The Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut sends sincere condolences to the Tcath and Hendel families.
Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut
April 6, 2021
Moe was my very wonderful uncle, my mother, Sybil’s younger brother. As the first Tcath grandchild, he continued to bond with me as I grew .
As the years went on, he resembled my grandfather, papa, his father, with the same mannerisms and nuances It was uncanny, and very comforting,
Dêja vu.
Luckily, he lived a much longer life too.
Fortunately, he researched our Tcath family tree and provided me with all the branches,
I will miss him.
He is last of the past direct line to our Tcath ancestors.
With love and affection to Bev and all my extended cousins.

Boca Raton, Fl
Margot Michelman
April 6, 2021
Our deepest sympathies as our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. May your dad always be a blessed memory and Rest In Peace
The Labush Family
April 4, 2021
Morris was such a kind and gentle soul. He will be missed by all. You have a deepest sympathy. Jane and Michael
Jane and Michael Swirsky
April 4, 2021