A MESSAGE FROM TEMPLE ISRAEL OF NORTHERN WESTCHESTER - Harold Zabitz, father of Holly, Roxanne and Elizabeth Zabitz, died today, February 3rd. The graveside funeral was held on February 4th at Sharon Gardens, 273 Lakeview Avenue, Valhalla, NY 10595,
NEW MESSAGE FROM TEMPLE ISRAEL, CHANGE - Harold Zabitz,
father of Holly, Roxanne and Elizabeth Zabitz, died on, February
3rd. Please note that there has been a change in the minyan schedule.
The family will receive condolences at the Zabitz home, 3 Eklof
Ct., Croton-on-Hudson today, Thursday, 3-9 PM with minyan at 7
PM, Friday 1-5 PM, Saturday,
5:30 - 9 PM with minyan at 5:30 PM and Sunday, 1 to 7 PM,
with no minyan. A Memorial Service will be planned for the Spring.
Editor's Note: A wonderful, talented guy with a wry sense of humor. Condolences to the family.
there are many loving comments from his past students on facebook site:ReplyDelete
CHHS/COH. for your information
great teacher,and a wonderful manReplyDelete
I am so sorry to hear this news. I had him school and we would often run into each other at Grouchy Gabe's.ReplyDelete
My thoughts and prayers to the Zabitz family. He was a smart, ironic and sweet guy.ReplyDelete
He was a wonderful man who encouraged ever student to find their personal expression through art. Condolences to his family.ReplyDelete
I am sorry to hear this sad news but am glad that Harold had a long life and enjoyed painting, traveling, and exhibiting his work for many years. I gave him a solo show at my art gallery in Peekskill about 10 years ago. It was a special time since Harold was also my high school art teacher many years ago. His paintings will keep his memory alive..I enjoy the oil I have of Harold's of a cafe in EuropeReplyDelete
Mr. Zabitz inspired, then gave enough space to cultivate creativity. His classroom was a refuge from conformity.ReplyDelete
So sad to hear this news but glad he made it to Israel which was something he always wanted to do.ReplyDelete
My condolences to the Zabitz family. Mr Zabitz was a great guy - a true gentleman. His Art History course has brought me 3 decades of joy and counting.ReplyDelete