Mrs Chana Hoberman A’H – ‘Bubby’ At Heimishe Bake Shop

candle medium[UPDATED] Baruch Dayan Ha’emes: We regret to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Chana Hoberman A’H, who was Niftar today following a year-long illness. Mrs. Hoberman, 81, was the ‘bubby’ at the Heimishe Bake Shop for many years.

The Levaya will be taking place on Sunday at the 7th Street Chapel, at 4:00 PM.

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  1. Levaya will take place at the Congregation Sons of Israel Holocaust Memorial Chapel E. 7th Street next to Mout Sinai Cemetery, Sunday, 4 PM

  2. Levaya will be on Sunday 6/5/2011 @ 4 PM @ The Congregation Sons of Israel Holocaust Memorial Chapel on E. 7th St. here in Lakewood. kevurah will be at the Mount Sinai Cemetery next to the chapel.

  3. Both Mr and Mrs Hoberman spoke a real old time Litvishe yiddish. A bridge to the past has been lost. (Of course only an insignificant detail beside there good character, etc)

  4. I just met a lovely Bubby in the store about a week ago. We had a geshmake conversation about her education in Poland. Is that her, or are there more than 1 bubby in Heimishe Bake Shop? Please clarify.


  5. bubby you were always so kind bubby you were always so cheerful bubby you always had a good word for everone with brochos and a smile bubby you always gave us cokkies with a smile bubby you will be missed dearly you were a real friend and someone to look up to and learn from we should all be zocha to have a bubby like her! may her neshama rest in peace

  6. She was the taller of the two Bubbies.

    She was the mother of Ira Hoberman, who owned Howell State Bank, which changed its name to First State Bank when they opened a branch in Lakewood.

    First State was sold to Independance Bank, which was bought by Sovereign, which in turn was swallowed up by Santander.

    Her son owned a bank, but she continued to work as a clerk to keep busy and be productive.

  7. She used to work the morning shift from 7:00-1:00 she was the taller
    of the two bubbies that work here. She was very nice to everyone, loved little kids, and used to bring gifts for the little children.
    she will be missed.

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