Gloria F. Geller



Day and Time of Service: Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 11:30 a.m.
Location of Service: King David Memorial Chapels, 288 East Main Street, Mt. Kisco, N.Y. 10549
Under the direction of Ross' Shalom Chapels, 415 Morris Ave., Springfield, N.J. 07081
Interment: Sharon Gardens Cemetery (Kensico), Valhalla, New York

Shiva: The the family residence, 2 Stephens Road, North Salem, New York 10560

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Gloria F. Geller (neé Feldman) passed away on March 26, 2015 after a lengthy illness. She was 88. Born in Bayonne, N.J. on October 15, 1926 to Albert and Irene Feldman, she lived in Bayonne, Newark, and Mount Kisco before moving to North Salem, N.Y. 50 years ago. She was the president of 50 West 47th St. Corporation for five years. Previously she was a bookkeeper for various companies and office manager for the interior decorating firm Arrangements, Inc. She also produced the original musical, Who Built the World, at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn. She was a member of the Women’s Auxiliary of the American Legion Post 1866 of North Salem, N.Y. In the 1960s she was the vice president of the National Council of Jewish Women, Westchester chapter. She will be remembered for her warmth, her devotion to her family, and her superlative chicken soup with matzoh balls. She is survived by her beloved husband, Herbert F. Geller of North Salem, N.Y.; her devoted daughters, JeriAnn M. Geller of Stratford, Conn., Sharon Beth (Dr. William) Zinn of Warren, N.J., Nisa Geller (Jeff Tannenbaum) of Katonah, N.Y.; and her siblings, Martin (Marilyn) Feldman of Falmouth, Mass., and Selma Ross of Springfield, N.J. She is also survived by seven grandchildren: Ariel and Grant Zinn, Benjamin Ruscoe, Isabella Zinn, Oriana, Joseph and Samuel Tannenbaum; and six nieces and nephews: Mark (Robin) Ross and Karen (Gary) Kerstein both of Springfield, N.J., Meredyth Feldman (Howard Kelman) of Hingham, Mass., Mitchell (Linda) Feldman of Haddam, Conn., Susan Feldman (Gregory Probst) of Seattle, Wash. and Jennifer Feldman of Katonah, N.Y., as well as many grandnieces and nephews.