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Libby Wertheim

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Libby Wertheim, age 86, of Fort Lee, NJ, passed away peacefully on June 4th after a valiant fight with cancer. Born in Meyersville, NJ to the late Esther and Aaron Litwin, she was predeceased by her son David Litwin and brother Herbert Litwin. She is survived by her loving and devoted husband Alfred (Mike) and daughter-in-law Diana and husband James Kilkenny, her brother Benjamin Litwin and his wife Charlotte, her sister Charlotte and husband Walter Lorberbaum and her brother Seymour Litwin and his wife Nancy, her nephews: Aaron Lorberbaum, Jeffrey Lorberbaum and wife his wife Jenny, Wayne Litwin and his wife Lynne, Robert Litwin and his wife Karen, her niece Shari Litwin and their children.
She leaves many dear friends who were all her passion and delight. She was a devoted volunteer at The New Synagogue of Fort Lee for many years.
Funeral services will be held on Sunday, June 5th at 11:00 a.m. at Eden Memorial Chapel, 327 Main Street, Fort Lee, NJ 07024. Burial to follow at Riverside Cemetery, 12 Market Street, Saddle Brook, NJ 07663. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Libby’s memory to The New Synagogue of Fort Lee.

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Riverside Cemetery
12 Market Street
Saddle Brook, New Jersey, United States

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  1. Libby meant so much to us and was a beloved friend. She was a real friend whoes kindness and love will be missed. She will be mourned by many friends and family. Condolances to Mike and Diana. May she rest in peace. In sympathy, Lisa and Sarah Breslof, SISTERHOOD FRIENDS.

  2. My deepest condolences to you Mike, and Diana, and the rest of Libby’s family. She was a true friend and I loved having her in my life. We had many good, fun times together and with our eating group!! I will miss her terribly. May you all find peace with the mourners of Zion. Love to all, Melissa

  3. My sincere sympathy to the family. May she rest in peace. Elaine Hammond (sister of Nancy Litwin)

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