Marguerite Dinner Oxman, an honored and active volunteer in Denvers Jewish community and a lifelong student, passed away Feb. 6, 2015, in Denver. Rabbi Yaakov Chaitovsky and Cantor Joel Lichterman officiated at the Feb. 8 graveside service at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.
Together with her late husband Irving, she instilled in her family the importance of a good name, good deeds, a strong sense of family and a commitment to Judaism, her loved ones said.
Mrs. Oxman was born Jan. 14, 1922, in Greeley, Colo.
She graduated from Greeley High School, attended DU, took lifelong learning classes at the Emily Griffith Opportunity School, studied at the Denver Institute of Jewish Studies and belonged to study groups at BMH-BJ.
Marguerite Dinner married Irving Oxman on Aug. 17, 1941. Mr. Oxman passed away on June 2, 2003.
Honored by JNF and Yeshiva Toras Chaim, Mrs. Oxman was active in Hadassah, Allied Jewish Federation, Transcribing for the Blind, the Beth Israel Auxiliary, Beth Joseph and BMH-BJ.
Mrs. Oxman is survived by her children Sharon (Justin) Roth, Stephen (Florianne) Oxman and Leslie (Alan) Levine; sisters Marsha Udevitz and Ethelee (Leon) Ginsburg; grandchildren Kevin (Stefani) Roth, Jason (Selena) Roth, Tyler Roth, Jennifer Oxman, Chad (Maria) Oxman, Ari Radetsky, Allyson (Adam Burstein) Levine, Rebecca Levine and Sara (Klass) Visser; and great-grandchildren Zoe and Sage Hopkins, Brendan and Jared Roth, Harrison and Spencer Roth, Nina Visser and Eliza Burstein.
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