Today is 02/22/2024 13th of Adar I, 5784


In Loving Memory of

Robert E. Ellman

March 17th, 2023


Robert E. Ellman, age 87, of Buffalo Grove, formerly of Laguna Woods, CA, beloved husband for 38 years of Shelly Ellman, nee Patt;, proud son of the late Albert and late Zelda Ellman cherished brother of the late Melvin (Hana) Ellman in Israel;cherished brother  in law of the late Sharlene and late Alan Saunders; Lois  (late Sam) Jackson,  treasured uncle to Karin (Elliot) Korach, 25 nephews and nieces in Israel;  great uncle to Larissa (Jeff) Conrad, Joshua Korach (fiancee Delaney Wagener).  Robert was a proud veteran of the United States Marines, served in the Korean War Conflict.  Graveside Services at 2:00 PM on March 27 at Ft. Sheridan National Cemetery, Vattman Road, Lake Forest. Ill.  Family visitation following at 150 Lake Blvd, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 at 6:30 PM.  Donations can be made to:  Jewish War Veterans, [email protected]  Information:  Goldman Funeral Group,  

Arrangements by Goldman Funeral Group.

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Date & Time Monday 03/27/2023 at 02:00 PM

Address Fort Sheridan Cemetery

1005 Vattman Road

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