Eva Sender lived a full life for 110 years. She died peacefully after a short illness on Saturday, May 1, 2021. She enjoyed living at Lafayette Holy
Redeemer and being with her many friends and staff there. Eva enjoyed
ceramics, sculpting, exercising, playing tennis, travel, and bridge. Only ten years ago she was caught reading a book to improve her bridge game. She could always suggest a good book and liked us to make recommendations for her reading. She had a lively sense of humor and loved to laugh.
Harold Stern, her first cousin, would come down from Connecticut and celebrate the centenarian luncheon where she was the oldest, and only resident still living independently. We would go to the Marco Polo restaurant for lunch and after that we schmoozed in her lovely decorated large apartment. Eva was very happy she got to vote in the November 2020 election!
Eva was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Henry, her parents, her sister who she loved dearly and lost too early, and her cousin Bill Levine. She is survived by her cousin, Harold Stern (Sandra), her tireless and loyal friend, Stan Dezure (Susan) and many great-cousins.
Eva is buried in Montefiore Cemetery in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, next to