Larry Gerber Obituary, Death – GERBER, Laurence At the age of 66, Larry Gerber, who resided in Newton, Massachusetts, passed away on March 25, 2023. Husband of Laurie (Tidor) Gerber, who cherished and revered her husband throughout their marriage. devoted son of Rebecca Gerber, whose husband Israel Gerber passed away, and the late Israel Gerber. dedicated father of Cheryl Gerber, Jennifer Gerber, Julie (Gerber) Rivera, and Yimi Rivera, who is married to Julie (Gerber) Rivera. A doting grandpa who is Luna’s grandfather and who adores his granddaughter. Loving brother of Geoffrey Gerber and his wife Laurie, as well as Steven Gerber and his wife Ellen.
Also survived by their other children. Larry received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Pennsylvania, and then went on to earn his master’s degree in business administration from Harvard University. He developed EPOCH Senior Living with the goal of offering memory care in addition to several possibilities for independent living for seniors. He had season tickets for the Boston Celtics for a number of years and was a devoted fan of everything and everything related to sports in the Boston area. In addition to spending time with his relatives and close friends, he relished the opportunity to go boating on Cape Cod with his pet dog, Eala, and to undertake other outdoor activities. Temple Beth Elohim, which can be found in Wellesley at 10 Bethel Road, will be the location of the services that will take place on Monday, March 27, 2023, at 10:30 in the morning.
The livestream can be viewed on tbewellesley.org at this time. When the interment takes place at the Or Emet Cemetery on Baker Street in West Roxbury, there will be a memorial service held at The Belmont Country Club in Belmont, which can be found at 181 Winter Street. The ceremony will continue till 6:00 o’clock in the evening. You can learn more about the shiva by visiting www.brezniakfd.com, which is where you can also find more information. In lieu of sending flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Temple Beth Elohim or the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in honor of the person who has passed away.