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In Memory of

Karen S. Blinderman

December 6, 1942 - January 7, 2018

Obituary


Karen Blinderman December 6th, 1942 to January 7th, 2018

Norwich-Karen Jan Silver Blinderman, also known as Bubbe to all, died on January 7th, after a courageous battle with Crohns disease which she fought with great dignity.

Karen was predeceased by her parents Matilda and Louis and her brother Howard Silver. She is survived by her loving family, Jeffrey and Susan Blinderman, BJ and Steve Lee, Jennifer Blinderman and Jonathan and Raechel Blinderman, her fabulous five grandsons; Frankie, Max, Josh, Ross and Jake who were the loves of her life. Karen is also...

Karen Blinderman December 6th, 1942 to January 7th, 2018

Norwich-Karen Jan Silver Blinderman, also known as Bubbe to all, died on January 7th, after a courageous battle with Crohns disease which she fought with great dignity.

Karen was predeceased by her parents Matilda and Louis and her brother Howard Silver. She is survived by her loving family, Jeffrey and Susan Blinderman, BJ and Steve Lee, Jennifer Blinderman and Jonathan and Raechel Blinderman, her fabulous five grandsons; Frankie, Max, Josh, Ross and Jake who were the loves of her life. Karen is also survived by her sister-in-law Sue, her nephew Matthew and niece Samantha Silver.

Karen had such an entrepreneurial energy owning two local businesses. She volunteered as a UNICEF coordinator, Beth Jacob sisterhood co-president and various other positions. Her favorite was acting as the matriarch of the family. Teaching her grandchildren traditions and life lessons. She was also known as "Dr. Silver", always healing everyone with her medical knowledge and contagious positive spirit, and loved socializing with all, holding court at her house even through her last day. She was an avid gardener, fabulous cook and will be missed by all.

A Funeral Home Service will be held at Church and Allen Funeral Home, 136 Sachem St., Norwich at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 9th with burial to follow at Hebrew #3 Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Ambulatory Medical Center of Backus Hospital 326 Washington St., Norwich, CT 06360 as they are greatly appreciated for always treating Bubbe with kindness and compassion over the years.