SOSIN JEAN Beloved wife of the late Hilbert Sosin. Cherished mother of Neil (Nancy) Sosin, Debra Sosin (Warren Schwartz) and Gayle (Steven) Justman. Loving grandmother of Matthew (Julie) Sosin, Lauren (Andrew) Bender, Ryan Sosin, Mathew (Ronni) Schwartz, Joe (Gera)Rosenberg, Ben Justman and Louis Justman. Proud great grandmother of Zachary and Alexa Sosin, Hayden Bender, Abigail Schwartz and Allison Schwartz. Devoted daughter of the late Meyer and the late Dora Eisenberg. Sister of Geri (the late Edward) Chusid, the late Betty (the late Ben) Kofsky, the late Louis (the late Sophie) Eisenberg and the late George (the late Beverly) Eisenberg. Sister-in-law of Dr. Allen and Joyce Sosin, Ralph and Anita Sosin and Janet and Bernard Guggenheim; Also survived by her loving caregivers Rosa Enriquez and Maria Bjorn. SERVICES 2:00 PM THURSDAY AT THE IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL. 248-569-0020. INTERMENT AT BETH EL MEMORIAL PARK. www.irakaufman.com.
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Neal, Sorry to read of your mother's death. You're lucky. You had her for a long time. Hope all your memories of her are for a blessing. Regards. Jeff Leib
My love to the Sosin family. I have such fond memories of a visit several years ago where we had a guided tour through the museum that was Jean's living room!
I knew Jean as an art collector. Jean and her husband Hilbert were among my first mentors in the field of studio glass. I will miss her enthusiasm, depth of knowledge, and I will miss having coffee with her at the kitchen table. My sincere condolences to the family.
Jean and Hilbert were the first glass collectors my husband, George, and I met. They welcomed us into their home filled with wonderful art. It was a great privilege and we learned so much from them. We continued to see them over the years and we're pleased to be included as founders of AACG( Hilbert's idea). Jean was a gracious, warm lady who continued to be enthusiastic and know- ledgable about glass even after they stopped collecting. I admired her determination and spirit during trips we shared, even though she was not feeling well. She was very special and will be missed as a true pioneer and early advocate for art made from glass.