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Jeanne Intrator Lichtman
  • Memorials may be made to
  • Synagogue Emanu-El
    5 Windsor Drive
    Charleston, SC 29407
  • Jewish Institute for the Blind
    185 Madison Ave
    New York, NY 10016

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“Rest in peace dear Jeanne-- family friend for decades--mother of Vivian and Karen, wife of Dr. Marc and kindness to all--a woman of heart and mind ...Read More ยป
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“I feel honored to have known Jeanne. She was a lovely woman who will be missed by many.Cristina Meiring ”
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Jeanne Intrator Lichtman, 100, of Charleston, South Carolina, widow of Marc M. Lichtman, MD, entered into eternal rest Thursday, November 5, 2020. Her private graveside service will be held Friday, November 6, 2020 in Emanu-El Cemetery (Maryville), Sycamore Ave. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr Inc Downtown Chapel.

Jeanne was born April 29, 1920 in Zurich, Switzerland, the daughter of Max Intrator and Amalia Segal Intrator. She was educated in Zurich and Paris and emigrated to the U.S. in 1941. She received her Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from New York University. In 1952, she married Dr. Marc Lichtman and helped manage his internal medicine practice in New Hyde Park, NY. Jeanne was a fiercely independent, strong woman who set a high standard, lovingly cared for her entire family, and will be forever remembered, cherished and carried in their hearts forever.

Jeanne is survived by her daughters, Vivian Friedman of Charleston, SC and Karen Sax of Wayne, PA; grandchildren Arielle (Scott) Sheridan, Leah Friedman, Emily Sax of New York, NY, and Jonathan Sax of Washington, DC; and great granddaughters Poppy and Palmer Sheridan. She is also survived by nieces and nephews in Switzerland, Canada and New York. Jeanne was pre-deceased by her parents, sister Rose Kartagener and brother George Intrator.

Memorials may be made to Synagogue Emanu-El, 5 Windsor Dr., Charleston, SC or the Jewish Institute for the Blind, 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016.