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TEPLITZKY, VICTOR A. - of Atlantic City, on March 12th. Synagogue services will be held Friday 11am at Cong. Beth Judah, 700 N. Swarthmore Ave., Ventnor. Interment to follow at the Beth Kehillah Cem., Egg Harbor Twp. Arr. by ROTH-GOLDSTEINS' MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Atlantic City.www.roth goldsteins.com

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  • Wendy Ben-Haim posted at 6:48 pm on Fri, Mar 14, 2014.

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    I'll always remember him as Victor, the kid that was on stage crew for “Bye Bye Birdie” (our senior play) He told me years later how he got his mother to throw parties for the cast so I would come. How saw me from the balcony at ACHS twirling my baton and wanted to ask me out.

    Victor, who was a good friend, and later a great dad. He had his highs and lows but you knew if you ever needed his help he would be there. I respected the way he kept in touch with my mom over the years and it was always real. He always worked hard to take care of his family and kids. He was a devoted son, and became the patriarch of the family after his dad left. He also looked after him before he died.

    He loved to live life and I think because of that, it was hard for him to accept his illness. It seems so unfair and my heart goes out to his mom and kids, and family. I never got to meet his youngest, but Kim and Ben are great successful kids. He was always so proud of them. In my eyes, with all his degrees and titles, they are his most impressive accomplishment.

    I'm so glad we had that time together when he came to Israel 6 years ago. He loved it here and we had fun. Even though it never worked out for us as a couple, I am glad that he was a part of my youth and we reconnected years later. I have a lot of good memories.
    I hope he didn't suffer and is at peace now. We will miss him. "yehiyeh zichro baruch" "May his memory be blessed".

    Wendy (Bifson) Ben-Haim, Ramat Gan, Israel

     
  • Basheema Washington posted at 4:21 pm on Thu, Mar 13, 2014.

    bbwashington Posts: 1

    I have only known Victor for a little over a year by taking care of his mother Claire. In the time of knowing him I have grown to care for him as a sincere and loving gentleman and friend. I would even say almost like family. Victor will be deeply missed and his memories fondly cherished. Our hearts and prayers go out to the Teplitzky family and loved ones. Continue to stay strong you have a new angel guiding and watch over you all.

    With the deepest Sympathy,
    Basheema (BB) Washington & Family

     

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