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Obituary - BEATRICE SUSAN TRAVITSKY

Beatrice Susan Travitsky, age 83, died peacefully with her children by her side on May 24, 2024, under the care of Advent Health Hospice. Bea was born Sept. 17, 1940, in Queens, New York and was the daughter to Fay and Adolf (Ricky) Weinberger.

Bea spent her childhood in Jackson Heights, New York. She graduated from Newtown High School in Queens at the top of her class. Bea worked in the Garment District in New York City and met Larry Travitsky through friends while he was still in the army. Bea and Larry married in 1962 and went on to have four children. The family moved to the Orlando area in 1977 to follow family and make a new life. Grandparents and additional family followed thereafter. While living in Altamonte Springs, Bea was proud of her job at a pediatricians office for many years, as well as a secretary, at the JCC in Maitland.

Bea was a fabulous homemaker. She loved to cook, entertain, and made certain that all the Jewish Holidays were celebrated with their close family. She enjoyed playing Maj Jong, sewing, she was an avid bowler, and was active in ORT. The family was very active at Congregation Reform Judaism, where she was president of Sisterhood and WRJ.

Bea is survived by her four loving children, Robin Goebel (John) of Lumberton, TX, Debra House (David) of Winter Park, Amy Cassell (Lance) of Sarasota, and Evan Travitsky (Mauricio Diaz) of Las Vegas, NV: six grandchildren, who she was very proud of - Allison Sanders, Jared Goebel (Carley), Alex House (Brittany), Austin House (Gabbie), and Alayna and Ari Cassell; and 4 beautiful great- grandchildren - Lilly, Landry, Oaklynn, and Walker, and a new baby girl on the way.

May her memory live on in the hearts of all those who loved her.

Graveside Service for Mrs. Travitsky were held at Congregation of Reform Judaism Cemetery (9300 Morton Jones Road, Gotha, FL) with Rabbi Rachael Jackson of Congregation of Reform Judaism officiating.

The family request memorial donations be made to Congregation Reform Judaism-WRJ camp Scholarship Fund, 928 Malone Drive, Orlando, Florida 32810

Service entrusted to Beth Shalom Memorial Chapel, 933 Lee Road, Suite 101, Orlando, Florida 407-599-1180.

 

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