Esther Shlensky
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Shlensky, Esther (nee Sider) age 106. Beloved wife of the late Harry. Dear Mother of Lee (Melvin) Blum and Ann (the late David) Hoenig. Loving grandmother of Alan (Lori Greenberg) Blum, Janet (Bill) Kohn, Kathy (Michael) Teich, Jonathan Hoenig, and the late: Stephen Hoenig. Beloved Great-Grandmother of Eliana and Julian Blum, Joshua, Ari and Shira Kohn, Ethan, Talia and Coby Teich. Fond Sister of the Late: Morris Sider, Al Sider, Sarah Distenfield, Rose Seltzer, Helen Crystal, and Norman Sider. Devoted aunt of many nieces and nephews. Services Tuesday 11:00 a.m. at the chapel at 111 N. Skokie Blvd. Wilmette, III. Interment Jewish Waldheim. In lieu of flowers, Memorials may be made to: Hadassah, 4711 Golf Road, Suite #600, Skokie, IL 60076 Congregation Rodfei Zedek 5200 S. Hyde Park Blvd. Chicago, IL 60615 or the charity of your choice. For information: Piser Funeral Services 847-679-4740.



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Published in Chicago Sun-Times on Nov. 22, 2010.
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November 26, 2010
Dear Lee and Ann,
please accept my sincere condolences at the time of loss of your dear Mom. May you find comfort in the memories of the love you all shared for such a long time.
With deepest sympathy, Carl Jarolim
November 25, 2010
Aunt Esther was an icon for us. Visiting her apartment above Gramma Sarah's, with the best view of the city, and always Frango Mints. She had such great strength, and kindness, and, like Gramma, an unwavering dedication to family. I am so proud to be a part of Aunt Esther's family. My thoughts are with the whole family.
Becky Coustan
November 23, 2010
Aunt Esther was mother's buddy. They lived their lives together. They called each other each morning at ten, planned their days together as well as their recipes, shopping orders,knitting,Frango mints,nuts, and their families. They both loved their families. They also loved each other and sometimes were rather tough on each other. I could always count on my dear Aunt Esther for a piece of coffee cake or spice cake and a tune on the piano.
When my mother died, I knew that I could visit Aunt Esther at 260 E. Chestnut where I was known as Miss Rhode Island and feel a little closer to my mother. She would share more stories about their years growing up, the music lessons, the dates, the dances, the car, the fun. I will treasure all of these memories and hope that they provide comfort to Ann and Lee and Mel and the all the rest. Love Terri and Don
Terri Coustan
November 22, 2010
What a wonderful,engaging, example to us all. She will always remain in my memory as one of my most favorite and inspiring patients. Her sister is also in my thoughts at this time. My deepest sympathy.
Andrea Baumgartner
November 22, 2010
Dear Ann,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. May your mother memories forever live with you and the family.
Love,
willie, Doris & Shirley
November 22, 2010
Dear Ann
I am so sorry to hear this news of your Mother. I wanted you to know I have you and your family in my heart and thoughts. Love,Myrna Kulp
November 22, 2010
Celebrating a life well lived...you are in our thoughts.
Murphy & Saraheva
November 22, 2010
Dear Mrs. Shlensky,

May you forever live in Blessed Memory.
Michael Harrington
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