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Harold Grossman

Harold E. Grossman

Friday, February 26th, 1932 - Friday, April 24th, 2020
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Obituary

Harold “Hal” Grossman, beloved husband for 52 years of Lois Grossman, nee Samuels; loving father of Jill (Doug) Eaton, Howard (Kathy) Grossman, Barry (Mary) Marks, and Cathy (Ted) Richards; adored grandfather of Jennifer, Jamie, Nate (Samantha), Kim, Madilyn, and Lizzie; devoted son of the late David and the late Pearl Grossman; dear brother of Marilyn Burrows-Sidran. Hal was born in Chicago and grew up in Logan Square. After graduating from Roosevelt High School, he attended Wright Jr. College. He then graduated Cum Laude from the Art Institute and the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Art Education, majoring in Advertising Art and with a minor in Psychology. He served in the Army at Ft. Carson, CO during the Korean War. Hal worked in advertising as Vice President, Executive Art Director for several firms in his career. He moved his family to Northbrook in 1969. After retirement, Hal followed with a second career, leading tours at the Chicago Botanical Garden for 20 years. Due to pandemic virus and our concern for our extended family and friends, the Monday graveside service and shiva will be private. The service will be live streamed Monday, 2:00 p.m. CT at Goldman Funeral Group, www.goldmanfuneralgroup.com. Click LIVE STREAM on the menu bar. Donations can be made to Northshore University Health Systems, Home and Hospice Services, 4901 Searle Parkway #160, Skokie, IL 60076 or the charity of your choice. Info: The Goldman Funeral Group (847) 478-1600.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Monday, April 27th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    When
    Monday, April 27th, 2020 2:00pm
    Location
    Private
    Address
    -
    Notes
    Due to pandemic virus and our concern for our extended family and friends, the Monday graveside service and shiva will be private. The service will be live streamed Monday, 2:00 p.m. CT at Goldman Funeral Group, www.goldmanfuneralgroup.com. Click LIVE STREAM on the menu bar.
    Officiant
    Rabbi Bruce Elder
  • Shiva

    Location
    Private
    Address
    , --
    Notes
    Due to pandemic virus and our concern for our extended family and friends, the Monday graveside service and shiva will be private. The service will be live streamed Monday, 2:00 p.m. CT at Goldman Funeral Group, www.goldmanfuneralgroup.com. Click LIVE STREAM on the menu bar.

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David Zebelman

Posted at 10:55pm
Lois and I send our deepest sympathy to Hal’s family. He was a wonderful person. I have known and visited Lois and Hal for more than fifty years. They came to my parents house when they were just dating. My parents and I thought he was a wonderful person when we first met him. Lois was so lucky to share her life with such a fine person. Cousins Lois and David
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Alan Fonorow

Posted at 04:15pm
That was a beautiful service for a well-loved human being. I'm a 1st cousin once removed and saw Hal and Lois a number of times over the years. I also have warm memories of Uncle Dewey, Aunt Pearl, and Marilyn. Class acts and no surprise that their families are obviously turning out to be exceptional people, too. May Hal's memory be a continuing blessing for all of you.

Sincerely,
Alan Fonorow
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