Dr. Harry M.,O.D., died on November 25, 2012 in Ocean City, NJ. He was born and raised in the Logan section of Philadelphia, graduating from Olney High School. He was starting center on the men’s varsity basketball team, (earning the nickname “Elbows.”) He attended Temple University before transferring to the Philadelphia College of Optometry, from which he graduated in 1953, winning the Honor Society Award. Dr. Kaiserman started his practice in Philadelphia, where he was elected to the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Optometric Society. After 13 years, he moved his practice and his family, wife Leona (Davis) and children, Jill, Ronald, and Shari, to Mahanoy City, PA. He became involved in small town life immediately, as a Rotarian, an Elk, and a volunteer fireman. One of his proudest accomplishments was being elected as a Democrat to the position of Director on the mainly Republican School Board. After 13 successful years as the town’s only optometrist, opening practices in the neighboring towns of Shenandoah and Frackville as well, Dr. Kaiserman retired and moved to Margate, NJ. Within two years, however, he left retirement and became a successful investment broker at AG Edwards. Dr. Kaiserman’s quick wit and sense of humor were appreciated by all, even those who were objects of his practical jokes. Six years later, he retired permanently, moving to Boynton Beach, Florida, where he resided for 16 years. He returned to Margate to be closer to his daughters and their families, after the tragic death of his son, Ronald. Dr. Kaiserman is survived by his beloved wife of 61 years, Leona, his daughters and sons-in-law, Jill Kaiserman and Calvin Cizek, and Shari and Greg Reid and six grandchildren whom he adored: Brian and Rebecca Cizek, Aaron and Alex Reid, and Sydney, Floyd and Rory Kaiserman. In addition, he is survived by his sister Sylvia Mordell, nephews and nieces. Contributions in his name may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice.
ROTH-GOLDSTEINS’ MEMORIAL CHAPEL
ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY