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Lois Zuckerman

Lois Zuckerman

Lois Zuckerman

Lois Zuckerman, a secretary at Stedman and Pitt Elementary Schools, passed away July 24, 2018, in Aurora. “Lois’ greatest gift was her ability to listen,” the family said. “She was our trusted confidant. We will miss that the most.”

Mrs. Zuckerman was born Oct. 8, 1931, in Denver to Sam and Anna Cohen.

She graduated North High School.

Lois Cohen met the love her life Danny Zuckerman at the West Denver Yeshiva Synagogue on Yom Kippur, 1948. They picked out engagement rings two months later and were married on Dec. 11, 1948.

Mrs. Zuckerman died a few months before husband.

“Lois had a very close relationship with all her grandchildren,” the family said. According to her grandkids, no one could make grilled cheese sandwiches like Bubbe.

Mrs. Zuckerman, who was talented at crocheting and needlepoint, loved participating in several mah jongg, pan and bridge groups with dear friends.

She volunteered for National Jewish Hospital and the American Cancer Society.

Mrs. Zuckerman is survived by her son Paul (Sharmon) Zuckerman of Lone Tree and daughter Nancy Stein of Aurora; grandchildren Anna (Eric) Hylland, Emily Ganan, Jordan (Michelle) Zuckerman and Elizabeth (Patrick) Muino; and great-grandchildren Madison, Brook and Abigail Hylland, Sophie Ganan, Ryan Zuckerman, and Wyatt, Ava and Adeline Muino.

Contributions may be made to Shalom Park and The Denver Hospice.




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