Ira Kahn
KAHN - Ira, 62, of Dix hills, formerly of Deer Park, New York, passed on May 2, 2020. Beloved husband to Karen for 32 years. Devoted and loving father of three, Alyssa, Samantha, and Adam. Cherished son of David and Roslyn Kahn. Loving brother of Laurie Karbot (Gary). Treasured uncle to Heather. Adored uncle and cousin to many. Loved brother-in-law of Michael. Ira practiced law for 33 years at Silverstein and Kahn P.C. with his best friend and partner, Larry Silverstein. Ira had a contagious smile and left an ever lasting impression on everyone he met. His memories will live on forever and he will be missed by many. A memorial service will be held at a later date to celebrate Ira's life. Please feel free to share your kind words and memories of Ira on the I J Morris website.


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Published by Newsday on May 6, 2020.
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Ira was a beautiful kind soul I hope he is now able to rest peacefully
L Ming
May 28, 2020
My sincerest condolences, Karen. This morning, my son Logan texted me and said he had a very vivid dream... Damon came to him in the dream and asked him to let me know that Ira had passed. im BBC so very sorry for your loss... Ira was one of the nicest guys out there. I remember when you guys lived across the street and we would have driveway BBQs. The neighborhood wasnt the same once you left! I hope its a comfort to know that Ira is in a happy place and hanging out with those who passed before him, like his champ friend Damon.
Lisa Hewlette
Neighbor
May 7, 2020
A fine lawyer with an engaging personality . Michele and I convey our deepest condolences to his family.
Arthur Moskowitz
May 7, 2020
Every memory I have of him, he was either smiling or laughing. He will be remembered and missed by many ❤
Kim
Acquaintance
May 6, 2020
You are such an important part of my world! You are my uncle, mentor and friend. I cherish all of the wonderful times that we got to spend together. Your smile and laughter lit up every room. There wasn't a person out there that wasn't immediately drawn to you. Your physical presence will be sorely missed and your memory will never be forgotten. I love and miss you so much! Until we meet again xoxo

Heather
May 6, 2020