Harry Salem

Funeral Service: Thursday, March 09, 2023 at 10:00 AM
Chapel Service
Shiva: Strictly Private Shiva. Thank you for respecting the family's wishes.
Cemetery: Kehal Israel Memorial Park
Charity of your choice

If you are unable to attend the funeral service in person, you may join it virtually on Thursday, March 9 at 10:00 a.m.:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI44-JAG5dCDIjw49YmbZig/lives

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Bea Schachter - 8 days ago

Dear Esther & Family, I was sad to learn that your beloved brother, Harry, z”l, had passed away. I still remember your late parents, z”l, were friends of my ow mother and father so many years ago ( Sally and Carl Rendall). May you be blessed with happy memories of times past and know no more sorrow. BDE

Sarah Li - 13 days ago

My deepest condolences, Eric. You always prioritized being a good son to your parents and ensured both of them were taken care of to the best of your ability. I know both of them knew that, and it's so critical that you were there for your father. When my family first moved to Nova Scotia, your family's hospitality helped me feel comfortable in an unfamiliar place. I enjoyed learning about my uncle and your father. I still remember playing with all the Rubik's Cubes in the basement and sitting down with him and the rest of the family for holidays and dinners together. I will cherish these memories and carry them with me and remember the warmth your family brought to mine.

Gerry Spector - 14 days ago

To Esther and family. Thinking of you at this difficult time.

Marvin Birbom - 14 days ago

Dear Esther and family, Please accept my deepest sympathies on your recent loss. May his soul rest in peace and may you find comfort in your fond memories. Marv

Lehrer-Adams family - 14 days ago

Dear Esther and family, We extend our deepest condolences on the loss of Harry. May you all be comforted with the mourners of Zion and Israel at this time. Leiba & family

Shari Black - 14 days ago

Dear Esther and Eric, Please accept my heartfelt sympathy to you on the passing of your brother and father. May his memory be as a blessing.

Bella - 15 days ago

Eric. Please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of your father. Harry is with Anita now - together as they’ve been in this life, together they are in the next. Take time to grieve and continue to live a life as a mensch. Shulman Family

Cecile & Norman Bernstein - 15 days ago

Dear Eric Please accept our condolences on the passing of your father. Cecile & Norman

Julie Kristof - 15 days ago

Dear Eric and family. My deepest condolences on your loss. Losing both your parents in a relatively short time is truly heartbreaking. May your memories be a blessing.

Tamara and Philip Greenberg - 15 days ago

Dear Eric, The years you spent in loving caring for your father with your love for your mother Anita will give strength and purpose to your life. May God comfort you with all the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. We are with your family. Tamara and Philip.

Linda Hecht - 15 days ago

I am very sorry for your loss Susan and family.

Harold Pramekamol - 15 days ago

Sending you my deepest condolences Eric. Harry was a great guy. And now he’s with Anita. Think of all the great experiences and keep them close. It’s those memories, moments, and everything else that keeps the spark. Hang in there.

Eric Salem - 15 days ago

Dad, You were a smart, charming, funny, likeable, and loveable man. Being a man with a heart of gold, you were a Mensch. A place in Gan Eden and Alum Haba has been saved for you. I was proud to be your son, of a man who worked as an engineer. You helped to design buildings, bridges, and trestles. Being a good father to me, you were a good uncle to my cousins, and a good friend to others. I, in turn, was a good son to you. We had 46 years together of priceless experiences on Earth. You taught me how to do various mathematical calculations, being the logical and analytical person that you were. I learned that the world of numbers was concrete. You had a special soul. See you and Mom in Heaven one day. Until then, I will be the person that you wanted me to be. You made a positive difference in this world. I'm grateful that Mom married you, for so many reasons. Sonny Boy

Moti and Amy Ludmer - 15 days ago

A sweet guy, Harry was patient and loving to the people around him. He sang to Anita at the dinner table when the spirit moved him , and was a mean piano player years ago. Harry showed an openness I hadn’t experienced before when I last saw him and I know he hung on for as long as he could have, once his « angel » his beloved Anita had departed from this earth. May his memory be a blessing to all he crossed paths with.

Cheryl Faigan-Schutz - 15 days ago

Dear Esther, Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your brother. May his memory be for a blessing and may he rest in peace

Susan & Henry - 15 days ago

Dear Eric, You honored your Parents with love and dedication through happy, sad and difficult moments. We know that you gave your best efforts so that they could live safely and comfortably until the end. Cherish the moments of the good times, the jokes, the shared movies, the excitement of your Dad answering questions, week after week on CJAD trivia show as well as Harry's love of hockey for the Montreal Canadiens. The love that your Mother and Father had for each other was most evident as your Father could no longer share a wedding anniversary without his beloved Anita - and so it came to be, that now they are dancing together in Gan Shalom. With love to you, Auntie Susan & Uncle Henry

Francine Pomerantz - 16 days ago

Dear Esther and all your family. I just want to offer you my sincere condolences on the loss of your brother. 😔😔

Harriet Sandell Schneider - 16 days ago

I knew Harry from high school. He was the smartest student in the class. I extend my deepest condolences to his family. Harriet Sandell

Gerry Silverman - 16 days ago

Dear Eric and Family, Harry was a great high school classmate with a quick wit and all the right answers. He had a photographic memory and was always generous with the help us mere mortals needed before an exam. Years later we vacationed together in the Bahamas. He was a prisoner of his intelligence when he ended up an Engineer because he was so much more than the numbers he worked with. Life took us in different directions as it is prone to do but he will always be in my memory of youth and promise.