Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Mrs. Coleman Ferber

ROCKLAND. - Mrs. Frances (Sacks) Ferber, wife of Coleman M. Ferber of 17 Custer street died Sunday afternoon after a long illness. Mrs. Ferber was born in Boston and had been a resident of this town for the past 30 years. She and Mr. Ferber had operated a woman's clothing store on Union street for many years. Promient in social organizations, Mrs. Ferber was a member of the Rockland Hatikvah group and the Rockland Jewish Community group. 

She is survived by her husband; two sons, Norman, a graduate of the U. of Mass., now doing post graduate work at the U. of Wis. and Frederick Ferber, a graduate of Bowdoin, now a student at McGill University Medical School; and one sister, Mrs. Tillie Price of Dorchester.

Services will be held at the memorial chapels, 10 Washington street, Dorchester on Tuesday, at 11 A. M. Memorial week will be observed at her late residence. 

Monday, January 21, 1957, Brockton Daily Enterprise - Page Two

FERBER - Departed Jan. 20, Frances (Sacks) of 17 Custer street, Rockland, beloved wife of Coleman M. Ferber, devoted mother of Norman Ferber of Madison, Wis., and Frederick Ferber of Rockland and loving sister of Tillie Price of Dorchester and Edwards Sacks of Revere.

Services at the Stanesky Memorial Chapels, 10 Washington street, Grove Hall, Dorchester, Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 11 A. M. Memorial week at her late residence. Expressions of sympathy may be donated in her memory to your favorite charity. Visiting hours at the chapel, this evening. 8-9 P. M. 

Monday, January 21, 1957, Brockton Daily Enterprise - Page Two

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