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Renae (Reizel Necha) Weiner (Danziger)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Death: Died in Houston, TX, USA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Place of Burial: Beth Jacob Cemetery, Houston, Harris, TX, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of <private> Danziger and Ella (Elka) Danziger
Wife of <private> Weiner
Mother of Private User; Private User and Private User
Sister of <private> Cohn (Danziger); Ethel Zuckerman; <private> Danziger; Moe Danziger; Helen Hammerschlag and 2 others

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About Renae (Reizel Necha) Weiner (Danziger)

http://www.uvm.edu/%7Edjacobow/images/family/Danziger/Renae_Sings/For_All_We_Know_+Getting_To_Know_You.m4a

She is named for her grandmother, Abe's mother, Rojza Necha Goldberg. Susan Paris says Reizel means 'Rose' in Yiddish.

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Renae (Reizel Necha) Weiner's Timeline

1927
March 10, 1927
Cleveland, Ohio, United States
1930
1930
Age 2
Kings County, New York, United States

The whole family except Ethel moved to Brooklyn.
Renae's and Ralph's records says they were born in Pennsylvania, but both were born in Cleveland. Laura/Lucy was born in Russellton, PA.

1939
December 26, 1939
Age 12
Queens, NY, USA

LKJ: "They had a modest wedding at the new home of her oldest brother [Moe Danziger] in Long Island, in 1938."

"We were married at the new home of Laura's brother, Moe, in Flushing, NY, on December 26, 1939. That was the first day of Laura's winter vacation, hence the most sensible day we could pick. Our wedding march was a phonograph recording of Bruno Walter leading the NY Philharmonic in the Second Movement of Beethoven's Fifth. Our 3-room apartment cost $35. a month, our twice-a-week cleaning lady $1. per half day, and tennis at the County park was free. With my certain $15. per week, and Laura's $40. a week as a buyer at Abraham & Strauss in Brooklyn, we were rich!" Norman Jacobowitz, Letter to My Grandsons, February, 1984.

1943
February 1943
- March 1943
Age 15

Darling Pussy-Cat,

Two letters in one week from me sounds crazy does’t it — it is. This is no letter — Moe just called me to tell me not to buy Renae a birthday present as she’s sweet 16 and her girl friends are making a big party for which we are footing the bill — catered affair and all the trimmings — so —— don’t send her a present but do send Moe a check immediately. (I am borrowing mine from Toddy cause met other money goes to Mother.) Moe says the whole thing will cost about $50 and they all have their hearts set on it. I guess she will remember it always — did we have a sweet-sixteen party? Were we ever sixteen?

Must write to Frances before it’s too late — hope she hasn’t bought her’s yet — Moe is taking care of Ethel & Howard — So do’t fail!

Wish I could be there to see how happy & surprised she will be.

Love
P.S. Come home!

1945
March 1945
Age 17
Englewood, Bergen, New Jersey, United States

"Dinny
March 1945 - Age 2 3/4
This is our back-yard.
Those trees on the side are white Birches - a whole lot of them."

[Note:The trees went down when the Rothmans built next door. DWJ]

1946
1946
Age 18

What was this event? And where is Grandma Ella?

Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Marriage Records and Indexes, 1810-1973 about Natalie J Zuckerman
Name: Natalie J Zuckerman
Marriage Date: 1946-1948
Form Type: Index
Gender: Female

Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Marriage Records and Indexes, 1810-1973 about Morton G Epstein
Name: Morton G Epstein
Marriage Date: 1946-1948
Form Type: Index
Gender: Male

1948
September 25, 1948
Age 21
Englewood, New Jersey, United States

Tiana Oper made 'ice box' flowers for the chupah. Renae kept them quite a long while.

1949
January 1949
- March 1949
Age 21
Kings, New York, United States

I'm sure some others were in on the discussion but Sydell did not note them in her minutes. Point of order, Mr. Chairman.

Thanks to Mark Hammerschlag for the images of the minutes. This really is funny.

"Norman made a motion that we should trace our ancestors. This was ignored."

Until Now! DWJ

More minutes at http://davelindastourdefrance.blogspot.com/2014/01/danziger-family-...