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 - WEINSTEIN Fred Weinstein was born in New York...
WEINSTEIN Fred Weinstein was born in New York City on April 14, 1925. Married to Hayes for over 50 years, Fred is survived by his children and spouses Dr. Steven Weinstein and Sandra Cushner Weinstein, Margie and Bob Hills; grandchildren Ryan Hills, Rachael Tedesco and Alyssa Weinstein; and great grandchildren Braylon and Gavin Hills. Fred was a loving father, spouse and grandfather, who valued family above all. During WWII, Fred Weinstein served as an officer in the Navy. He later attended the University of Scranton and graduated the NYU School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance. Fred worked for many years at the Internal Revenue Service in Scranton, Syracuse, Cortland, and later in the city of Ithaca. In Ithaca NY, he served as the City Comptroller and Attorney. On June 1, 1968, while his children were in high school and college, Fred graduated with his Doctor in Law from Cornell University. Early in his career, Fred served as a defense attorney, arguing cases before the Supreme Court in NY and later in Florida. As a defense attorney, Fred had an open door policy and cared for all regardless of ability to pay. He continued to practice law until the age of 90 years. Fred remained until the end an inquisitive, kind and active man with a great wisdom and a sense of humor. His understanding of people, systems, the law and complex organizations was outstanding. Fred served on many foundation and community boards in both New York and Florida. He was an advisor to Brainy Camps of Children's National, serving children with chronic health disorders. Fred was a man who rarely said a goal was impossible and instead considered all possibilities. He will be greatly missed. Donations in memory of Fred Weinstein to: Brainy Camps of Children's National 111 Michigan Ave NW Washington DC 20010 The funeral: Eternal Light Memorial Gardens: 1 1 520 State Rd 7 Boynton Beach, FL 33473 TT 1

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  1. South Florida Sun Sentinel,
  2. 22 Jan 2016, Fri,
  3. Main Edition,
  4. Page B4

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