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Benjamin Hyman

October 23, 2020

Benjamin Hyman – Of Natick, on October 23, 2020. Beloved husband of Claudia (Donahue) Hyman. Dear son of the late Wolfred and Lillian (Bluestein) Hyman. Dear brother of Wendy Hyman Segel. Dear uncle of Jamie Noone Segel. Also survived by loving cousins. Private services will be held. Remembrances to Congregation Mishkan Tefila, 384 Harvard St., Brookline, MA 02446.

Allan Michael Kline

October 23, 2020

Allan Michael Kline, 75, of Sudbury, MA, passed away on October 23, 2020 after a courageously fought battle. Fearless until the end, he was a proud, loving, and dedicated husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, nephew, friend, Chief Financial Officer, and the ultimate Red Sox fan.

Born in New Rochelle, NY and raised in West Orange, NJ, he was the adoring son of the late Terry and James Kline.  For 52 years he was the devoted husband to wife, Nan Kline. Proud father of Rick (Karen) of San Carlos, CA and David (Amy) of Brookline, and cherished grandfather of Casey, Brady, Noah and Annie. Dear brother of Linda (Walt) Anderson.  He graduated from UMass and Wharton Business School.

A lifelong sports enthusiast, some of his favorite memories and proudest accomplishments were on the basketball court, golf course, and baseball field. Winning his NJ High School state championship in 1963 remained a highlight; he maintained lifelong friendships with many of his teammates. His extreme passion for the Red Sox is a metaphor for the wholehearted pride, undying loyalty, fierce commitment, and endless support that he offered all whom he loved. Even more significant than his prized Red Sox, the role of sports fan he relished most was played out while watching his children and grandchildren play their respective sports.

Private graveside services will be held at Beit Olam East Cemetery in Wayland at 12:30 pm on Sunday in compliance with COVID protocols. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to Dana Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168 or to National Brain Tumor Society, 55 Chapel St, Suite 200, Newton, MA 02458.

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Harvey B. Chansky

October 22, 2020

Chansky, Harvey B., of Newton Centre, passed away October 22, 2020. Son of the late Edward Chansky and Lillian (Lewis) Chansky. Beloved husband of Lucille (Lucie) N. Chansky. Devoted father of Matthew (Matty), John A. Chansky and his wife Stacy, and Lynne Flattery and her husband James Flattery. Loving and proud grandfather of Evan and Brian Chansky and Devin Flattery. Dear brother of the late Allen Chansky and his wife Janice Chansky.

Harvey was a United States Army veteran. He held an MBA and spent his career as an executive in the building materials industry. After retirement he pursued his passion for finance. He was an avid golfer and sports fan. His amazing memory of details small and large was renowned, he excelled in trivia. He was devoted to his family. To quote him “don’t be sad, I have had a good run—celebrate my life.”

Private burial with military honors was held at Sharon Memorial Park. Donations in his memory may be made to The Price Center, 27 Christina St., Newton Highlands, MA 02461.

Stanley Norman DeHaan

October 22, 2020

Stanley Norman DeHaan of Northbridge, MA, age 75, peacefully  passed away on October 22, 2020. Stanley was a beloved and dedicated husband, father, grandfather and friend who is survived by his wife, Linda Merrill DeHaan of Northbridge, sons Marc Justin DeHaan  of Northbridge and Jeffrey Michael  DeHaan and his wife Emily Flinter DeHaan of Cheshire, CT.  Proud grandfather of Evan and Andrew  DeHaan and beloved brother  of Larry DeHaan and his wife Arlene Dorenfeld DeHaan of Framingham. Also a loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. Stanley was the son of the late Jacob K. DeHaan and Jeanette E. (Goldberg ) DeHaan. He was a dedicated Mason for 54 years  and served as Master and Secretary of several  lodges in Massachusetts. Due to Covid,  services will be private.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to support the Linda Bi, MD Research and Education Fund. Memorial gifts may be made online at or checks may be made payable to Brigham and Women’s Hospital with “in memory of Stanley DeHaan” in the memo line and sent to: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Development Office, 116 Huntington Ave., 3rd floor, Boston, MA 02116.

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Galina Krylova

October 22, 2020

Galina Krylova-Of Brighton, October 22,2020.Beloved mother of  Eugene Krylova and his wife Victoria Tentler-Krylova. Dear grandmother of Alexander and Jacob. Dear sister of Lida and Nina Krylovar. Private interment at Newton Cemetery.

Leonard D. Berman

October 21, 2020

Leonard Berman, 87, passed away peacefully at his home in Waban, MA on October 21, 2020. He was born in Brooklyn, NY, to a loving family, parents Harry and Mabel (Kasnetz) Berman, sister, Ruth, and brother, Stewart. He is survived by his siblings, his son, Bill, daughter-in-law Anna, their children Vinnie and Reece and by three nieces.

Leonard graduated from Hobart College and NYU Medical School, followed by residency at Children’s Hospital in Boston. He performed his national service through a two-year stint at the National Institutes of Health. In 1962, he married Audrey Buchman of Brooklyn. They had attended the same high school concurrently, without meeting each other!

After a year each in London, Paris and Stockholm on cancer research grants, and a further period of research in Jerusalem, the couple returned to the States, where Leonard taught and did research at the Boston University School of Medicine. He served for a period of time as Chief of the Pathology Department at Boston’s V.A. Hospital, after which he returned to Boston University.

In addition to his medical career, Lenny was an inveterate fisherman who shared his bounty with the neighborhood, an ardent philatelist, and he had a lifelong passion for music. As a flutist, he participated extensively in chamber music and ensemble performances. He also greatly enjoyed the company of his little dog, Houdini.

Lenny’s calm, soft-spoken demeanor belied a quick and sometimes mischievous wit. Someone said to Audrey, “he was a man of few words and gentle humor.” His neighbors will never forget his kindness, nor think of him without smiling.

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Hyman Lamb

October 21, 2020

Lamb, Hyman of Sharon, October 21, 2020 of natural causes. Beloved husband of the late Marilyn (Greenfield) Lamb. Loving son of the late Samuel and Gussie Lamb. Devoted father of Paul Lamb and his wife Susan and Marty Lamb and his wife Peri. Proud grandfather of Audrey and her husband Todd, Joanna, Elissa and Simma. Step great-grandfather of Evelyn.  Loving brother of the late Bertha Kline, Harold Lamb and Mildred Friedman. Private services will be held at Sharon Memorial Park.  Remembrances in memory of Hyman may be made to the Lamb-Ellowitz Scholar in Residence Endowment Fund at Temple Israel, 125 Pond St. Sharon, MA 02067.

June (Vogel) Rapoport

October 20, 2020

Rapoport, June (Vogel) of Westborough, formerly of Surfside and Boynton Beach FL., and West Hartford, CT. October 20,2020.  Beloved wife of the late Dr. Murray Rapoport. Devoted mother of Michael and his wife Carole Rapoport of North Grafton, Dr. William Rapoport and his wife Dr. Shirley Press of Miami Beach, FL., and Dr. Steven Rapoport and his partner Patricia St. Germain of Pawcatuck, CT. Also survived by 6 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Sister of Marjorie Solomon of Daytona Beach, FL. A private Graveside Service will be held at Staro Konstantinov Cemetery 776 Baker St. West Roxbury.

Paula Stone

October 19, 2020

Stone, Paula M. of Natick, formerly of Canton, MA, on October 19, 2020. Dear daughter of the late Harold and Laura (Schiraga) Stone. Loving sister of Dr. David Stone. Due to current restrictions, graveside service will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Paula’s memory may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, MA/NH Chapter, 309 Waverly Oaks Rd., Waltham, MA 02452.

Elizabeth Wolf

October 17, 2020

Elizabeth Pennington Wolf (Haughey) entered into eternal rest on October 17, 2020 at the age of 90. Elizabeth was born in Newton Highlands to John D. and Grace (Fowler) Haughey. She also chose Newton as the home in which to raise her children with her husband of 64 years, Irving Wolf (1924-2014). During this time she earned her BA and MFA at Boston University, with a concentration in piano. She tried her hand at elementary teaching and she loved to travel, read, and play and listen to music. She also spent several years singing in choirs and volunteering with the Washington Savoyards along with husband Irving.

Leaving Newton with her family for Washington, D.C., she became a fundraising professional in development offices at the Kennedy Center and Mt Vernon. When she returned to New England, she chose to reside in Wayland and worked in the Development Office at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She moved to North Hill in Needham in 2015, following the death of her husband.
She is survived by her four children, Susan Abrams and husband Jacques, Richard Wolf and wife
Denise, and Robert and William Wolf, four grandchildren, Michelle Abrams, and Steven, Jessica and Rachel Wolf. She was predeceased by her parents as well as her siblings; the late John Duncan, Jr., Daniel, Grace (Kroschell), David, William, and Lawrence Haughey.

Due to current conditions, graveside service at Lakeview Cemetery in Wayland will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Elizabeth’s memory be made to the charity of your choice.

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