Max Fishman
Born 1922 in Poland PL
Died 2020 in Syracuse, NY

 Holocaust Survivor 

Max Fishman, 98, died peacefully early Monday morning at home surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Starachowice, Poland to Yitzchak and Nechama Fishman.

Max was a survivor of the Treblinka and Auschwitz concentration camps and the Holocaust. Most of his family died in the Holocaust. After the war, he met his wife Gertrude. While searching for their families they found each other and married soon after. In 1950, they came to Syracuse. Max was a gifted craftsman who earned a fine reputation for the custom homes he built. He was a member of Temple Beth El and Temple Adath Yeshurun. Max was a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He treasured his family and they treasured him. His family will always remember him for his wisdom, advice, gentle presence, and appreciation of life.

Max was predeceased by his loving wife Gertrude of over 70 years; his beloved grandson Scott Bryan Dubnoff; his parents; his siblings, Esther, Sarah, Yehudith, Rachmiel, Rachel, Leibel, and Jacob. He is survived by his daughter Estelle (Ira) Dubnoff; his son Steven; his grandchildren Neil (Judy Goldfarb) Dubnoff, Tracy (Neil) Seligman, Haley Dubnoff, Rachel Fishman, and Hannah Fishman; and great-grandchildren Samantha, Eliana, and Gabriel Seligman, and Gabriella and Zachary Dubnoff; and his nieces Rachel and Nechama.

Graveside funeral services were conducted at Beth El Cemetery. Contributions in Max\\'s memory may be made to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Published in Syracuse Post Standard from May 5 to May 10, 2020.
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Gertrude (Wajnblum) Fishman Holocaust Survivor 
Born 1923 in Poland PL
Died 5/21/2016 in Syracuse, NY