William "Bill" Feldman
Born 1920 in Syracuse, NY
Died 8/11/2005 in Syracuse, NY

Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 8/12/2005
William "Bill" Feldman, 85, died Thursday, August 11, 2005, at Crouse Hospital. He was a life resident of Syracuse. Mr. Feldman joined his father Phil and brother Mort in 1946 to establish Phil Feldman and Sons. Marvin Mondlick was added to the partnership in 1977 as Bill stayed active until his retirement in 2002.
Mr. Feldman received his B.A. degree from Syracuse University, (Cum Laude) in 1942, including one year of law school. Also in 1942 he joined the Engineering Department, Lofting Division, of the U.S. Air Force. During his career, Mr. Feldman served three successive terms as President of Syracuse Heating, Roofing and Air Conditioning Contractors Association after being instrumental in establishing the association in 1946. He co-chaired the committee with Tarky Lombardi Jr. to write the licensing code for the Heating and Air Conditioning Industry of Syracuse and was appointed by Mayor William Walsh to be the first president of the Board of Heating Examiners and served eight years as head of that board.

Bill served four terms as Syracuse\'s Representative on the New York State Board of Directors for the New York State Sheet Metal, Heating and Roofing Contractors Association. In addition, he served two terms each on the Board of the Syracuse Jewish Federation, Syracuse Jewish Community Center, Temple Adath Yeshurun and the Temple\'s House committee. He served as president of the Temple\'s Men\'s Club for two terms, resulting in the President\'s Award from the National Federation of Jewish Men\'s Clubs, and received a trophy for Outstanding Programming; both awards are on display in the Temple Library. Survived by his wife of 56 years, Sarah; daughters, Anne (Marvin) Mondlick, Ilene (Herb) Mendel; sister, Shirley Comiez; and three grandchildren, Josh Mondlick, Marisa and Jordan Mendel.
Funeral services and burial will be conducted on Sunday, August 14, 10:30 a.m., at the Birnbaum Funeral Chapel. Friends may call from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the chapel at 1909 East Fayette St. Burial will be in Adath Yeshurun Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Temple Adath Yehurun or the Syracuse Jewish Federation. birnbaum funeral service, inc
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