Selma Ruth (Goldstein) Richman

1925 ∼ 2020

Selma Ruth (Goldstein) Richman

Selma Ruth Richman

October 21, 1925-December 12, 2020

Passed peacefully on Cape Cod. She was born in Newton, MA, the daughter of Max and Clara Goldstein of Miami Beach, Fla. and the beloved wife of Isadore Richman who preceded her in death. Selma attended Miami Beach High School and moved to Boston to marry Iz.

She worked in Boston and the Cape for many years.  Selma moved to West Yarmouth over forty years ago and loved the Cape dearly.

Selma was a welcoming spirit who was the hostess with the mostest and opened her heart and home to all. She was a member of the CCSynagogue in Hyannis.

She leaves behind her two children, Ellen Fisher of Weaverville, NC and James Richman and his late wife Camilla of S. Yarmouth. She was known as Nana to her grandchildren Lee Fisher and wife Christy  of Myrtle Beach, SC and Karen Wilson and husband Chris of Weaverville, NC and her great-grandchildren Abigail and Ethan Wilson of Weaverville, NC and Emily Watts of Myrtle Beach. She loved all her nieces and nephews.

A Zoom memorial evening for shiva was held on December 16. A celebration of life will be held post Covid.

Donations in Selma’s memory may be made to Lewy Body Dementia Association, Inc.

912 Killian Hill Rd. SW Lilburn, GA 30047 http://lbda.org

Selma Ruth (Goldstein) Richman

1925 ∼ 2020

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