Selig Fireman Obituary

Selig Jonas Fireman
Selig Jonas Fireman

July 10, 1931 - September 1, 2007
Born in Brooklyn, NY
Resided in Oakdale, CT

Obituary

Selig Fireman
Oakdale - Selig Jonas Fireman, age 76, of 4 Hickory Drive, died Sept. 1, 2007 at the Lawrence and Memorial Hospital in New London.
He was born July 10, 1931, in Brooklyn, the son of Morris and Esther Kampf Fireman.

He married Gloria Chait Fireman, who survives.

Mr. Fireman was retired from the Naval Underwater Systems Center where he had been an engineer.

Mr. Fireman was the proud owner of Ffiffs Ice Cream Store in Salem since 1989 along with his wife of 49 years. He retired in December of 2006.

In addition to his wife he is survived by a son, Neal Fireman and his wife, Christina, of Hanover; a daughter, Faith Weber and her husband, William, of East Lyme; and six grandchildren, Rachael, Matthew, David, and Sarah Fireman; Michael and Jason Weber.

A graveside service was conducted in the New London Sick Benefit Cemetery, Chesterfield on Sunday. The family will be sitting shiva at 45 Latimer Drive in East Lyme September 3rd until September 7th from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Memorial contributions may be directed to either the Chesterfield Fire Department or to the Oakdale Fire Department.

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Services

Graveside Services
Thomas L. Neilan & Sons Funeral Home
12 Ocean Avenue
New London, CT US 06320
Sunday, September 2, 2007
3:30 PM
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Cemetery
New London Sick Benifit
Chesterfield Rd.
Chesterfield, CT US
Sunday, September 2, 2007

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