In Memory

Michael Oberfeld

Mike Oberfeld, age 56, Lawrenceville, GA, died March 16, 2016. Mr. Oberfeld was born and raised in Baltimore, MD and has been in Atlanta since 1986. Survivors include his wife, Lisa Oberfeld; children, Jared and Kelsey Oberfeld (fiance Chris Stout); mother, Marcia Hecht; sister and brother-in-law, Michele and George Fox; brother, Bennett Oberfeld; brother and sister-in-law, Stewart and Alicia Oberfeld; mother-in-law, Anna Hohenbrink; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Pam and Bob Immekus; numerous nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Walter “Buddy” Oberfeld; step-father, Alan Hecht; and father-in-law, John Hohenbrink, all of blessed memory. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation or Weinstein Hospice. Sign online guest book at A graveside service will be held Friday, March 18, 2016 at 11:30 am at Arlington Memorial Park in Atlanta. Arrangements by Dressler’s Jewish Funeral Care, Atlanta (770)451-4999

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03/17/16 07:50 AM #1    

Scott Gartner

Wow, what can one say. You were a great guy who always sought friends and you'll be missed.  Although I'm out of touch, my heart aches for you and you'll never know that. If someone has Michaels full Jewish name, I will say Kaddish for him. May your soul be bound in eternal life and may we all merit to be reunited one day soon. Love, Scott

03/20/16 02:41 AM #2    

Harvey Perle

I am stunned to hear.   Was this expected?

If someone knows what happened, kindly give me a call at (651) 303-8889.   We're too young for this to be happening to us.    Way too young.

Scott:  What a thoughtful idea.   I would appreciate knowing Mike's Hebrew name as well.   

May his memory be for a blessing.

03/28/16 03:02 PM #3    

Jack Meyerson

Recently my partner and I have gotten together with Steve Daniels and Jill Winter who live not too far in the FL region we're located in, and we spoke of how sad it is as we reflect on our good old days to learn of the loss of any of our classmates.  I love to sit and look through my year books both from Pikesville Jr. & Pikesville Sr. and just re-visit in my mind all the memories of those young days.  I'm sorry I couldn't attend the last reunion, it was all planned but due to starting a new job at the same time I was unable to get away, but for sure our next one, i plan to attend.  It is so important that we embrace the lives of our beloved classmates.  We need to be thankful for each day we have, and for those who have gone before us, we must keep them alive in our hearts, minds & souls.  Life's journey is always an evolving experience bringing us deeper to what truly matters as we go forward.

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