In Memory

Hope Schmerling (Weissman)

Hope SCHMERLING Weissmann Eisenberg died May 31, 2019.  Hope had successfully dealt with lung cancer, but died while hospitalized for a negative medication reaction.

Hope graduated from the University of Miami in 1968 with a degree in Early Childhood Education.  Hope was married to Richard Weissman in June, 1965 until his death in June, 2001.  Later Hope married Atty. Neil Eisenberg who survives her.  She was predeceased by her parents, Maurice and Shirley Schmerling and her brother, Mark Schmerling.

Hope worked for the city of San Francisco as an educator.  She retired from her work in 2014.  She loved living and did it with energy.

Burial will be Friday, June 7, 2019 at B'nai Zedek Cememtery, Kenosha, WI at 3 pm.  In lieu of flowers, donations to NEXT Village San Francisco (www.nextvillagesf.org) would be greatly appreiated.

Visit Hope's Online Memorial Book at www.bruchfuneralhome.net

Bruch Funeral Home,  262 652-8298

 

 

 

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06/09/19 11:55 PM #1    

Wanda R. Burch (Hillmer)

I was so sorry to hear of Hope's passing.  I have great memories of our years in high school - eating lunch at her dad's office and, especially, scooping the loop on Friday nights in her big gun boat of a car.  Her bright eyes and smiling face will be missed.  Rest in peace Hope.


06/10/19 03:05 PM #2    

Marsha K. Kellman (Klevickis)

Hope was one of those people that made you feel that everything in living was a fun adventure.  Like, Wanda, one of my great MDB memories was scooping the loop in her big car. People like her are rare and to be treasured.  If only more were like Hope.  Her name is so appropriate.


06/11/19 09:33 AM #3    

Elizabeth J. Shipley

In 2015, I reconnected with Hope along with Sherwin Krueger and his wife,Susan, in San Francisco and had the pleasure of seeing her for a day. We met her then fiancé Neil Eisenberg. She was very happy and excited about getting married to Neil. I am so pleased I had that day with her and one more a few months later. I am grateful she was with Neil, who is naturally supportive of woman and especially of Hope. She was a lovely person and our class has suffered a loss.


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