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Jack Fleishman

(December 15, 1895 - October 13, 1964)

The Tyler Courier-Times

Tuesday, October 13, 1964

P. 12 Section 1

 

Jack Fleishman

Dies In Tyler

 

Jack Fleishman, 68, owner of the Town House Restaurant, died at 8:10

a.m. today in a Tyler hospital after a short illness.

 

Services for Mr. Fleishman are pending at the Lloyd James Funeral Home.

 

Mr. Fleishman, of 2500 West Erwin, came to East Texas in 1931, and lived

at Arp. He moved to Tyler in 1946.

 

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Millie Fleishman of Tyler; two brothers

and three sisters.

Submitted by Lee Driggers

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The Tyler Courier-Times

Wednesday, October 14, 1964

p. 10 Section 1

 

Jack Fleishman

Rites Thursday

 

Funeral services for Jack Fleishman, 68, who died Tuesday, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Lloyd James Funeral Chapel.

 

Rabbi Harvey E. Wessel of Temple Beth El will officiate.

 

Military graveside services will be conducted at Rose Hill Cemetery.

 

Mr. Fleishman, owner of the Town House Restaurant resided at 2500 West Erwin. He died at 8:10 a.m. Tuesday in a Tyler hospital after a short illness. He had been a resident of East Texas since 1931 when he moved to Arp. He resided there until moving to Tyler in 1946.

 

Mr. Fleishman was a lifetime member of the American Legion and was a member of the Legion's 40 & 8, was president of the Tyler Elks Club, a member of the Rotary Club and the Restaurant Association.

 

The family has requested that memorials be in the form of gifts to the Heart Fund or to any charity.

 

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Millie Fleishman of Tyler; two brothers and three sisters.

 

Pallbearers are W. R. (Billy) Newman, Carl Madsen, Lynn Ray, J. B. Murray, W. I. (Bill) Parker, J. C. Estes, Paul W. Jackson and James Ingram.

Submitted by Lee Driggers

 

 

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