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Fred Reinowitz
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Fred Reinowitz
Full Name: Fred Reinowitz
Date of Birth: October 22, 1933
Date of Death: January 11, 2022

In lieu of flowers, donations in Fred’s memory may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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Life Story

Fred Reinowitz died unexpectedly on January 11, 2022, at the age of 88, in New York City. He was predeceased by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Alice (Topel) Reinowitz and his brother, Jack Reinowitz.

Fred is survived by his wife, Betty Reinowitz, his children, Bonnie (Reinowitz) and Richard Perloff, Robin (Reinowitz) and Julian Alssid, and Douglas Reiner, and his grandchildren Brittany Perloff, Michael Alssid, Bella Alssid and Laila Alssid.

Fred was born on October 22, 1933, in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. He attended Brooklyn College, where he studied Accounting and subsequently became a CPA. He met Betty Cohen at a singles dance in Manhattan, they married August 28, 1960, and spent over 60 wonderful years together. Fred spent his career working as an in-house CPA/Comptroller for several private corporations before working at the New York City Law Department where he retired at age 72. He loved classical music, reading philosophy books, traveling with Betty, and spending time with his children and grandchildren.

12 responses to “Fred Reinowitz

  1. Honey Aiken says:

    Fred was an intelligent, loving man who always had a wonderful smile. It was always a pleasure to be in his company and Ron and I will miss his warm laughter.
    All my love,
    Cousin Honey

    • Robin Alssid says:

      Thank you so much Honey!! He did have a smile that lit up the room. Hope you and Ron are doing well.



  2. Lynn Melnik says:

    Hi Rich, Bonnie, and the Reinowitz family.
    We were so sorry to hear of Fred. He was a wonderful, cheery and very likeable person. We’re sorry we couldn’t be there today due to circumstances.We tried to Zoom but had trouble with it.We are so sorry.
    With Love,
    Lynn and Sam

    • Robin Alssid says:

      Thank you so much.

  3. Anonymous says:

    We want to express our sincere condolences to Aunt Betty, Bonnie, Robin and Douglas. Uncle Fred was a devoted husband and loving father
    , with an intense, sincere appreciation of literature and music. Harold and Shirley always commented on how smart Uncle Fred was. It was especially nice to hear each speakers’ memories today. May his memory be a blessing.
    Beth and David

    • Robin Alssid says:

      Thank you so much Beth and David! He was a smart man always immensely curious about everything – art, music, religious, philosophy.

  4. Perry Kobliner says:

    Dear Aunt Betty,
    I’m so sorry to hear about Uncle Fred’s passing.
    He lived a long life and he was loved by a lot of people. I have a lot fond memories going to your house for Passover and other Holidays. Plus visiting for other occasions, and your family visiting us.
    Again My condolence,

    • Robin Alssid says:

      Thank you so much Perry. So nice catching up with you the other day!

  5. Kenneth Kobliner says:

    Uncle Fred was a wonderful person, a very nice uncle to Perry, Beth and me growing up and my dental patient for the last 35 years(although certainly not as meticulous and conscientious a patient as Aunt Betty). As such,I would see Betty and Fred 3 to 4 times a year and we would catch up on family news and goings on. While Aunt Betty focused in on her children, grandchildren, my parents and my family, Uncle Fred would talk about our families but also about politics, the economy, world events, sports,etc. I enjoyed our conversations and the opportunity to spend time with my aunt and uncle- who made a great team over the past 61+ years. At this sad time, a life well lived and all of the pleasant memories, will hopefully make these next few days, weeks, months and years a little more bearable. I wish to express my condolences to Aunt Betty, Bonnie, Robin, Douglas and their families and friends.
    Kenneth, Miriam, Ben, Josh and Sarah

    • Robin Alssid says:

      Thank you Kenneth for such a lovely note!! Love the part about his attention to dental care!! Made me smile.

  6. Parminder & Unmudl Team says:

    Robin and Julian, our sincerest sympathies. Sending you blessings, hugs, and peace.

    • Robin Alssid says:

      Thank you Parminder. We really appreciate your thoughts and support during this difficult ultimate time.



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Service Information
Date: Friday January 14, 2022
Time: 11:30 AM
Officiating: Rabbi Joshua Hertzberg
Sinai Chapels
162-05 Horace Harding Expressway, Fresh Meadows, NY 11365
Interment Information
Beth Moses Cemetery, 1500 Wellwood Avenue, West Babylon, NY 11704