Goldye B (Chasin) Meltzer
Born 1/26/1921 in Toledo, OH
Died 8/22/2008 in Syracuse, NY

Born in Toledo, Ohio, she was a resident of Syracuse since November of 1944. A vital and committed member of the Syracuse Jewish Community, Goldye was a life member of Hadassah and a recipient of the Lion of Judah award; a life long member of Temple Adath Yeshurun and a past officer of the sisterhood of the Temple; a founding benefactor of the Syracuse Jewish Community Foundation; a champion of the Jewish Community Center where she worked with a personal trainer; a great supporter of Menorah Park; and a former officer of the Womens Auxiliary of Crouse Hospital. Goldye was a passionate patron of the arts which locally included the Syracuse Symphony and the Everson Museum. Most importantly Goldye was actively engaged in the organizations that she financially supported. She will be remembered as a proud, independent, elegant lady whose dynamic style was, and always will be an inspiration. She was pre-deceased by her husband Ben; her parents Joseph and Anna Chasin; her twin sisters Mitzi Renert and Shirley Glassman; her brothers Ben Chasin and Morris Chasin; and her step-father Max Moskowitz. Survived by her daughter and son-in-law Jo Frances and Arthur Brown; her brothers-in-law Allen Renert and Jay Glassman; her sisters-in-law Jeanette Meltzer and Selma Meltzer; many loving nieces and nephews; and great nieces and great nephews.
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