Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 1:00 PM
Paperman & Sons
|Cemetery:||Eternal Gardens Cemetery|
Cynthia Kagno - 21 days ago
I have wonderful memories of going out to dinner with him and Harold when he visited Boston. He was so handsome and had this sexy European accent. May his memory be a blessing.
mark lazar - 22 days ago
My condolences to the Family. I have fond memories of our many years together at JIAS. His experiences as an immigrant and his life wisdom brought great assistance to countless immigrant cases and to the Board of Directors. May the many fond memories of him comfort you at this time. Mark Lazar
Glenn J Nashen - 27 days ago
Deepest condolences. As Mr. Hubschman's city councillor for many years I would receive type-written letters with suggestions on improving the neighbourhood. Our subsequent phone calls would be thoughtful and interesting. I'd sometimes see Mr. Hubschman walking and we'd stop and talk together. Always polite, kind and proper. Such a fine gentleman. May his memory be a blessing.
Steve Goldenberg - 27 days ago
I davened with your Father whenever I visited from Toronto. We walked back together and I fondly remember our chats. My his memory bring you some comfort in this difficult time.
Frank Avrohom Bloomstone - 27 days ago
Max was a man of excellent character, highly principled for justice, sensitive in his dedication to the Jewish community, and deeply devoted to his late beloved wife. May his memory be a source of condolence to his family. Baruch Dayan Emet.
Debbie Luxenberg - 28 days ago
Dear Harold, Our thoughts are with you at this time... Like my cousins, I have many lovely memories as a little girl of your mom, dad as well as your grandmother. We would see each other at my bubbie Regina's home. May you find much comfort within all your very precious memories... Debbie, Dan Hartal and family Selma Luxenberg as well.
Fran and Seymour Kula - 28 days ago
Dear Harold, our deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of your father. We met him many years ago when we davened at Rabbi Glick’s Shul. He was a very kind and special man. May your cherished memories bring comfort and strength in the days ahead. Fran and Seymour, Toronto
Marlene Tash - 28 days ago
Dear Harold, I am very sorry for the loss of your beloved dad. I always admired the intelligence, dignity, and kindness with which he lived his life. My memories of Max and your mom Dvora go back to the 1960s in Montreal, and it was always a pleasure to be in their company. May his memory be for a blessing. Marlene Tash
Floralove Katz - 28 days ago
My cousins Max and Dvora were very important to me growing up as was their son, Harold, with whom my brothers and I and our many cousins played whenever reunited at the home of my grand-parents, Regina and Harry Katz. Dvora was an "angel" . . . one of those singularly, unique people whose sweet face was always shining with love and enthusiasm. Max was highly intelligent, and generous of heart and mind. My heart is with Harold at this time. May all be blessed among the mourners of Israel and Zion.
Rabbi Mordechai and Nina Glick - 29 days ago
On behalf of everyone who davened in our very special Ahavat Yisrroel we send our heartfelt condolences to Harold. Your father was a pillar of our shul offering kind and thoughtful commentary on many occasions. BDE
Nathan Elberg - 29 days ago
Mr. Hubschman was a man of great dignity and intelligence. I greatly enjoyed davening with him, talking with him. He read my father's Yiddish novel, he called me when I was sick... I missed him when he stopped coming to Beth Zion regularly. Baruch Dayan Emet.
Anna and Ivan Lerner - 29 days ago
Our sincere condolences to you Harold On your dad's passing. What a nice man he was.we met him many years ago at Rabbi Glick's shul. He was always so interested in what our sons were doing. Rest in peace dear Max. Anna and Ivan Lerner.(we lived on Kildare st. Now we live in Jerusalem.)