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Seymour Yudkin

Seymour Yudkin, 89  Veteran of World War II, Graduate of the University of Michigan, Pharmacist in the area for many years.  Pre-deceased by his mother and father, Rose and Edward Yudkin and by his brothers, General Richard Yudkin and Professor William Yudkin.  Seymour did a great deal of volunteer work at the Peabody Museum, Festival of Arts and Ideas as well as the local ATP Tennis tournament at Yale.  He was a member of the New Haven Hiking Club, Mineral Club and other philanthropic activities.  He was also a long time town of Woodbridge resident.  He will be sorely missed by family and friends.  Peace be with you. As per Mr. Yudkin’s request, any random act of kindness would be appreciated as a memorial.

Graveside funeral service at the Beth Israel Cemetery, Derby-Milford Rd., Orange, Monday  11:am.
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#1 Comment By Jeanne Musto On April 16, 2011 @ 8:55 am

I remember Seymour Yudkin as friendly, sweet, generous with time and money, and interested in everything. He will be missed by many. May he rest in peace.

#2 Comment By Naomi Young On April 16, 2011 @ 2:34 pm

Seymour Yudkin will be fondly remembered by all of us.

#3 Comment By Ann Loftis On April 17, 2011 @ 9:01 am

As a member of the New Haven Hiking
club I spent many enjoyable miles hiking with Seymour. He was a very informed and pleasant person.

#4 Comment By Elaine Yudkin On April 19, 2011 @ 10:18 pm

Seymour is remembered as a kind and gentle man who cared about family. He loved art, music and the natural world. He will be missed.

#5 Comment By Patricia Valsecchi On April 27, 2011 @ 4:02 pm

I am a librarian at the Woodbridge Town Library, and Seymour was one of our most loyal and faithful patrons. In addition to being a part of our book discussion group, he would also frequently attend our Thursday night film screenings. Seymour always made sure to stop and tell me how he liked, or disliked, the film on his way out! He was a very kind man, and I am so sorry to learn of his passing. I will miss seeing him at the library.