Today is 12/07/2023 24th of Kislev, 5784


In Loving Memory of

Marvin L. Frankel

April 21st, 2023


Frankel, Marvin L. -Star of David Emblem-April 21, 2023 at the age of 92. Beloved husband of Marcia "Marcie" Frankel, Devoted father of Janet Frankel, Susan (Kenneth) Bawer and Glenn (Adam Cohen, MD) Frankel. Loving grandfather of Samuel, Lucy,and Noah. Brother of Phyllis (late Dr. Malcolm) Freed. Brother-in-Law of the late Linda Rashman Levine (the late Dr. George Levine) and Mary Ellen ( the late Gordon L. "Billy" Rashman). Also survived by loving nieces, nephews and cousins. Lee, Zachary, and Tom Rashman, David and Michael Levine, and Helaine Freed. Marvin was originally from Baltimore, MD a graduate of University of Maryland and its law school. He was a long time lawyer and VP of LL Berger, Inc. Memorial service will be held from Temple Beth Zion 805 Delaware Ave. Friday April 28 at 12 Noon. To view via Livestream Donations would be appreciated to Temple Beth Zion or FeedMore WNY. Arrangements by AMHERST MEMORIAL CHAPEL LLC. Family guestbook at


Sat- 7-9 PM
Sun- 2-4 PM

Arrangements by Amherst Memorial Chapel.

Memorial Events


Date & Time Friday 04/28/2023 at 12:00 PM

Address Temple Beth Zion

805 Delaware Ave.
Buffalo, NY 14209

OfficiatorRabbi Brent Gutmann


Address Forest Lawn Cremation Co.
901 West Delavan Ave
Buffalo, NY 14209

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