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Obituary for Charlene Kahn Berman

Charlene Center Kahn Berman passed away on Tuesday, September 15 at Phelps Memorial Hospital in Sleepy Hollow of natural causes.

Charlene was born in Atlanta, Georgia to Dave and Bunny Center on July 14, 1941. Charlene attended and earned degrees from University of Illinois and Hunter College; she applied her education toward community service, advocacy, and philanthropy. She served as Board President of Temple Beth El of Northern Westchester and was an active board member and/or supporter of Temple Beth El, Congregation Beth Israel of Honesdale PA, Leukemia Lymphoma Society, Northern Westchester Hospital, Westchester Community College Scholarship Office, and Black Bear Film Festival to name just a few. She was an avid reader who celebrated the arts, education, travel, and medicine. She enjoyed spending time with friends and family in Chappaqua, Pennsylvania, and Las Vegas. And when asked, however, what she saw as her greatest accomplishment, she quickly replied that it is her children

Charlene is survived by her children Amy Kahn, David Kahn (Jodi), and Adam Kahn (Lili) and her step-daughter Michele Berman, and Grandchildren Jack Williams (T’leah), Lexi Kahn, Ryan Stuck, Emily Kahn, Josephine Stuck, Stephen Kahn, and Jacob Kahn; and her great-grandson Easton Williams. She is also survived by her sister Renie Halperin (Frederick) and brother Charles Center (Jane). She is preceded in death by her parents Dave and Bunny Center of Atlanta, her husband Lloyd F. Kahn, Jr. and her daughter Ginger Michele Kahn Stuck.

A shiva celebration of her life will be held on Friday on Zoom at 1 p.m. EST

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Memorial donations can be made to:

Center Family Foundation 3828 Randall Ridge Road Atlanta, GA 30328

Black Bear Film Festival
Westchester Community College Scholarship Fund