Larry Gerber Massachusetts Obituary, Death – I am heartbroken to inform you of the demise of Larry Gerber, who served as a previous president of the Oakland AZA chapter and was one of my closest and longest-standing friends. From the beginning of December, Larry had been experiencing health issues related to his heart. I have no doubt that everyone who thinks back on Larry does so with warmth and an appreciation for the enormous personality and kind heart he possessed.
The state of the planet has significantly worsened in recent years. Larry Gerber, a resident of Newton, Massachusetts, passed away on March 25, 2023 at the age of 66. Husband of Laurie (Tidor) Gerber, who adored and respected him. Dedicated son of Rebecca Gerber and the late Israel Gerber, who passed away. Loving father to Cheryl Gerber, Jennifer Gerber, Julie (Gerber) Rivera and her husband Yimi. Grandfather who dotes on his granddaughter Luna. Beloved brother of Geoffrey Gerber and his wife Laurie, as well as Steven Gerber and his wife Ellen.
Larry attended The University of Pennsylvania for his undergraduate studies and acquired his master’s degree in business administration from Harvard University. He established EPOCH Senior Living, which is focused on providing memory care as well as independent living options. He was a longtime season ticket holder for the Boston Celtics and a devoted follower of all things Boston sports related.
He loved his dog, Eala, spending time with his family and friends, and boating on Cape Cod. . Services will be held at Temple Beth Elohim, 10 Bethel Road, Wellesley, on Monday, March 27, 2023, at 10:30 am. A memorial service will be conducted at The Belmont Country Club, located at 181 Winter Street in Belmont, after the interment takes place at the Or Emet Cemetery on Baker Street in West Roxbury. The service will last until 6:00 pm. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm and 7:00 to 9:00 pm, Shiva will be at his apartment. On Friday, he will be there from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Donations in memory of the deceased can be donated to Temple Beth Elohim or the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in place of flowers.