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Frank Toplitsky

Date of Death: Saturday, November 13, 2021
Date of Funeral: Monday, November 15, 2021
Time of Funeral: 2:00 PM
Memorial Service Location: Graveside Service
Burial Service Location: Pardes Shalom Cemetery, Judean Benevolent Section
Shiva Details: Private Shiva

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Linda and Moe Rotman
I'm saddened to learn of Frank's passing. We live in BC now and I haven't seen him in quite a while. My condolences to the Toplitsky famiy. Linda (Latner) and Moe Rotman
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Jason Bavington, Sarah Davey, Sol and Eden
So very sad to learn of Frank's sudden passing. We will greatly miss tea times in the park, Shabbat dinners, and playing chess together, along with his deep philosophical insights and an uncanny way of accurately deciphering the world around us. Oh yes, and Facebook is going to be a lot less fun now, without his frequent posts. We will miss you.
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Saul & Goldie Barth
We are sad to hear of Frank's passing. He was a member here in Guelph at the Beth Isaiah for a number of years and he and I had many a conversation during those years. We will miss his presence in our community. Saul & Goldie Barth
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Susan Atkinson
Very sad to hear of Frank’s passing. He was a real character and will be missed.
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Dr. Donald Cohen
My deepest condolences on the passing of Frank. Although our views differed sharply I still had an abiding affection for the man himself.
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Teressa DeWolf
Frank! Ah, what a guy. He will be missed. Peerless. --I will miss him.
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MURRAY RICH
Growing up on Beatrice St. in Toronto, when you passed the "Toplitsky's " house you could hear Frank playing drums from the 3rd floor. Frank had 2 brothers, Max & Bernie. Max was in the Air Force & Bernie & I were friends. Years later, I met Frank at the JCC in the mens health club. He loved a game of Billiards with any one who would take him on. We then heard that he moved to Guelph & would show up on occasion & told me that he loved living there. He was "one of the boys" May he rest in peace
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Andrea Levine
I am so saddened to hear of Frank's passing. As a long time member of the synagogue, he was known by many. May his memory be for a blessing. He will be missed.
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CAROLYN DAVEY
Very saddened to learn of Frank's sudden passing. I shall miss his joie de vivre, his enthusiasm for life. He was a bright light. Dinners at the Bavington/Davey house won't be the same.
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Grace schelew
So sorry.
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Abraham and techiya fisher
We are very sad to hear about the passing of our good friend Frank. We enjoyed his company and had very interesting conversation with him. We celebrated many Hagim together and have many wonderful memories Frank was a loyal member of the Beth Isaiah Congregation, and he was dedicated to our minyan. He loved to comment on ideas of the Torah, Philosophy and politics and expressed himself in writing and in conversation. Frank read a lot and loved to discuss issues of Judaism and the Jewish people along with Philosophy and politics. We will miss hi, and we will cherish his memory המקום ינחם את המשפחה ואת קהילת בית ישעיה May G-d comfort the family, his friends and Beth Isaiah Congregation. Avraham and Techiya Fisher
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Sonny Goldstein
Frank was both a friend and client for the last 25 years and we had many pointed discussions about life and politics. He invested some money for two of his grandchildren and if anyone knows where I can reach them, please let me know.
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Tammy Reinstein
I'm so sorry to hear about Frank. My deepest condelences, Baruch Dyan Emes.
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Barry Rosen
I am very sorry to hear about Frank’s passing. I got to know him through our mutual interest in storytelling. May he Rest In Peace,
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