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In Memory of Albert Bialek

In Memory Of Albert Bialek

In Memory Of Albert Bialek

Albert Bialek, born to Marcus and Lillie Bialek, passed away peacefully on October 29, 2023, at the age of 89. He was born on December 10, 1933 in New York City. He lived, loved, and created a magical life in NYC. He was the loving husband of the late Sheila Hoffman-Bialek.

Albert began his real estate career renting apartments in New Jersey and transitioned to commercial real estate transactions throughout NYC's five boroughs. He opened his own commercial real estate business in 1977 and continued providing those services to property owners and prospective tenants; as well as building his own portfolio of commercial real estate, until virtually the day he passed. Always gregarious, considerate and supportive, Albert was universally beloved and respected.

In Lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to Jewish National Fund-USA in support of the southern communities devastated by the terrorist attacks on October 7. Al was a strong supporter of the people and state of Israel until the very end.

Here is how your support will make a difference:
·     Evacuating 300,000 residents from Gaza border communities to safer places and providing evacuees with necessary supplies such as bedding, toiletries, clothing, etc.
·     Providing firefighting and protective equipment for civil defense – the first responders to community emergencies -- including radios, bulletproof vests, helmets, and tactical clothing.
·     Providing high-quality psychological treatment for civilians, including children, who have experienced this catastrophe firsthand.
·     Providing respite activities for the children traumatized by terror.
·     Going from home to home in the cities of Sderot, Ofakim, and Arad to help the elderly, the infirmed, and the needy with food and medicine.
·     Promising to rebuild communities devastated by the attacks and keep the spirits and hopes of the people who live there, strong.
·     Caring for the children whose parents are on the Ovda Airforce Base in the Negev so the parents can continue their vital work protecting our homeland.

Israelis are feeling like this is their 9/11 – yet proportionally at a per-capita scale 6x the magnitude. This attack has decimated many communities, but they will never destroy our spirit. We stand together, as one community, ready to help Israelis in this difficult time. Am Yisrael Chai.


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