He was a member of Valhalla and his greatest joy was playing golf. As long as the sun was shining, he was on the first tee, waiting to share time with his friends and maybe even win a few bucks.
When not on the golf course, you could find Bert and Ann Leah, his loving wife of 51 years, at the race track or at a U of L game.
She touched the lives of many people with her smile and generosity, and maintained her trademark sense of humor all the way to the end.
He was a graduate of Male High School, attended the University of Louisville and was a retired Vice President of the Bank of Louisville.
Silvio) of Des Plaines, IL; devoted brother, Steve Kaplan (Ilene) of Chicago, IL; her cherished grandsons: Dylan Tomlin and Miles Hatchett; and many lifelong family and friends.
Helm was a former partner in the Merchant Ice and Storage with his brother-in-law, Ernest Camentz, and was a member of The Temple, as well as being a former member of the Board of Trustees there.
He was a lifelong member of the Clover Club and a past member of the Jewish Community Center.
Born May 6, 1933, to Morris and Bess Sotsky Plattus of Louisville, he was the youngest brother of James, Robert and Jeanne (Wasserman).
Simon was the last surviving of the children, who were raised in Syracuse, NY, but returned to their mother's hometown at the end of the 1940's.
Henry was a member of The Temple, the Jewish Community Center, the St. Joe was a veteran of the Air Force during the Korean War.
Matthews Rotary Club and was a former President of the Louisville Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) and former co-chair of the United Way. He graduated from the University of Kentucky, a pharmicist, and operated Rouben's Pharmacy for 40 years.