Date of Death: October 22, 2012
Date of Funeral: October 24, 2012
Anshe Sholom Cemetery
Chaskel “Harry” Korman: After a dignified struggle with Parkinson’s disease, Chaskel “Harry” Korman passed away peacefully on October 22, 2012, at the age of 79. Predeceased by his birth parents Samuel and Sally Bernstein, Joe and Shaindel Korman, his sister Natasha Adamek and brother-in-law Victor Adamek. He leaves his treasured wife, Doreen of 47 years, his adored daughter, Serena and “His Joey” and beloved daughter-in-law Paula Korman. Harry was incredibly proud of and loved by his four grandchildren: Aaron, Sarah, Samuel and Natasha. He will be dearly missed by his niece Nadi Adamek and nephew Claude Plamondon, along with his great-nephew David (Brett) and great-niece Tamara. Son-in-law to Anne Shub and the late Bill Shub. Brother-in-law to Rena and Peter Akerman, Stephen (Cecile), Aubrey, Heather and Linda Shub. A loved uncle to Deborah (Chris), Suzanne, Sonja (Cheryl), Jordan, Amanda and Mitchell. Harry was the favourite cousin to many in Canada and the United States. To Chaskel, family was first and meant everything. Harry was a Masonic Member of the Brant Lodge No. 663 and a Shriner of Rameses Temple. He was an active boating member of the Oakville Power Boat Club and was noted for docking his boat on a dime. The family would like to thank the staff at Goldie’s Place in Shalom Village where he was a treasured family member; also, to Acclaim Health for giving him Dawn, Ruth, Ashlee, Mel, Melody and Ann who were his “Shining Stars”, and to Cathy Roberts and Steve Scheffer for always coming to the rescue in getting Harry to his programs and safely home again. A special thanks to Dr. Tom Durcan and his staff for always being available. Funeral to take place at Temple Anshe Shalom, 215 Cline Avenue North, Hamilton, Ontario at 1:30 P.M. on Wednesday, October 24th. A Masonic service will be held prior to Harry’s funeral service. Interment at Temple Anshe Shalom Cemetery, 427 Limeridge Road East, Hamilton. Shiva will be held from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. concluding Monday, October 29th. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Parkinson Society of Canada, Shalom Village or Rameses Shrine Temple in Toronto.