Fay Siegel
1924 - 2021
Fay Siegel
We are saddened to announce the death of Fay Siegel, who passed on the night of Friday, September 3, 2021. She was born in Detroit, Michigan, in June 1924 to Aaron and Ethel Saperstein, and was raised in the Bronx.
In 1944 she married the love of her life, Jack Siegel. Fay and Jack raised their family in Teaneck, New Jersey. In 1988, she and Jack moved to Boynton Beach, Florida, where they spent their retirement together until Jack passed away in late 2004.
She was predeceased by her beloved daughter Barbara (Herbert) Kamm and her beloved brother Bernie Saperstein. She is survived by daughter Lynn Goldman and husband Dr. Leslie Goldman, grandchildren, Adam and wife Toni Kamm and Emily and husband Ari Yolkut, step-grandchildren, Rachel Alper and husband Eli and Emily Goldman and husband Mike Rubin and six great-grandchildren, Noa Yolkut, Jacklyn Kamm, Zachary Kamm, Maayan Yolkut, Aaron Alper, and Micah Alper.
Fay was a fabulous and ambitious woman, who knew what she wanted and how she wanted it. She always appreciated a good fashion sense and style, loved going to Broadway, and was a true Jersey girl at heart. She and Jack loved to travel, with some of their favorite and most memorable trips being to China, Thailand, and Israel. She cherished her friends and family very much, and her memory will be carried on for a very long time by those who loved her the most. Sadly, because of Rosh Hashanah, a Shiva cannot be held in Fay's memory, so we would appreciate any donations to Trustbridge Hospice (5300 East Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL, 33407), which took wonderful care of Fay in her last few days.
May her memory be a blessing
Published by Register Citizen on Sep. 7, 2021.
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