Helen Klein Lazarus
November 25, 2019

Visitation Information

November 27 2019 - 9:00 am
Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc., 5509 Centre Avenue, (Shadyside), Pittsburgh 15232

Funeral Information

November 27 2019 - 9:30 am
Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc., 5509 Centre Avenue (Shadyside), Pittsburgh 15232

HELEN KLEIN LAZARUS: Age 94 on Monday November 25, 2019, devoted wife and best friend of her husband of 42 years Darrell “Buddy” Lazarus, who died in 2017. Loving mother of Dr. Cathy (Dr. Thomas) Tyma and Dr. Patti Soffer (Bob Cannon) and stepmother to Lynn Lazarus Shapiro. Proud grandmother of Meredith Tyma (David) Stevenson, Alexander Tyma, and Ryan Shapiro. She was the youngest daughter of the late Saul and Matilda Klein, also predeceased by her sisters Rosella (late Albert) Bernstein and Evelyn (late Norman) Applbaum and her brothers-in-law Arnold (late Belle) Lazarus and Norman (late Sivia) Lazarus. She attended the University of Pittsburgh and was a successful licensed real estate agent for U.S. Realty. She had a passion for the arts, took dancing lessons from Gene Kelly, sang on Saturday morning radio shows as a child, was a mezzo soprano as a teenager appearing as Hansel in a Carnegie Music Hall Production of Hansel and Gretel, and actively performed in a singing duo at local events while raising her children. She was a woman of great beauty inside and out, who was always so kind to all of those around her. She will be greatly missed and remembered with love by her family, friends, and caregivers. Services at Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc., 5509 Centre Avenue, Shadyside on Wednesday at 9:30 AM. Visitation one half hour prior to services (9 - 9:30 AM). Interment Beth Shalom Cemetery. Her family suggests memorial contributions to the Yeshiva Schools of Pittsburgh or a charity of your choice and to perform an act of kindness in Helen’s name. www.schugar.com


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Meredith and family We are so sorry for your loss. Sending you healing prayers and comforting hugs. All our love Heather and Don

By Heather(Stevenson) Caldwell - November 27, 2019

Over the years, I enjoyed many family dinners and restaurants with Aunt Helen. We enjoyed discussing books and travel. I noticed whenever someone died, Aunt Helen would hug the family and say, “O bubbie”. On this sad occasion, let our family all hug and say “O Bubbie” you will be missed. With love, Geri

By Geri Lazarus - November 26, 2019