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Monday, May 14, 2007

KEN FELDMAN OBITUARY

We have received several emails informing us that Ken Feldman's obituary was in the Philadelphia Inquirer and there is an on-line remembrance book that people can leave messages for Ken's family and friends. Try going to the Inquirer's website and looking for the obituary link, and you should be able to view it and leave a note.

Here is the link: KEN FELDMAN

We are not currently aware of any South Florida memorial, although we have been told that something is planned and when arrangements are finalized, we will post them.

Keep the wonderful comments coming.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.legacy.com/philly/DeathNotices.asp?Page=LifeStory&PersonID=88050900

Anonymous said...

I linked the obituary on another thread. Here you go:

http://www.legacy.com/philly/DeathNotices.asp?Page=LifeStory&PersonID=88050900

Rumpole said...

The link is up. Everyone who knew Ken should clink on the link and share a kind word about him.

Anonymous said...

Broward lawyers, with the exception of fred haddad and the broward blogger are babies,,,. Getting rolled by the judiciary day in and day out must be humiliating. In dade, when a judge or and state atty of a public defender or a representative gets outta line or stale,, someone runs against him/her. They call Miami a third world country but in reality,,,it's the other way around.

rip prof. feldman.

Sara Shulevitz Esq said...

Kenneth Feldman stood out in the courthouse as a kind and ethical attorney. I had the privilege and honor of knowing him when i was a prosecutor and as a pd, and he remained a mentor and role model as I transitioned into private practice. He always made sure I came to all types of events in the legal community and introduced me to so many other people. He encouraged me as a young attorney to reach for the stars and was always there to give advise on how to handle all types of difficult cases. Ken, you are greatly missed, but your spirit is alive in all of the young attorneys you touched and helped to mold. You were and are truly an inspiration.

Stacy D. Glick said...

Ken was a true gentleman, a CARING professor, an inspiration to young attorneys, and a fine lawyer. I truly believe his mission in life was to help and save others. He will be missed amongst the legal community and even more so amongst those who had the privilege to be his friend. Rest in Peace.