Remembering Naomi W. Alamar

Naomi W. Alamar
April 21, 2020

Naomi Weiner Alamar, 94, of Scranton, passed away on Tuesday at the Jewish Home of Eastern PA.  She was the wife of the late Paul Alamar who died on February 2, 2017. The couple had been married for 70 years.

She was born in Philadelphia to the late William and Rose Fox Weiner. She graduated from Scranton Central High School. Attended Marywood College and earned her BA and MA degree. She substitute taught in the Scranton School District, learned sign language so she could substitute at the State School of the Deaf.  She taught ESOL through SCOLA. George Bush presented her with the Presidential Award for Volunteerism.

She was active in Temple Israel, taught Hebrew School, and was involved with its sisterhood and Hadassah.  Active also with Meals on Wheels and the Girl Scouts. She was an active member of the Ladies Golf Association at Glen Oak Country Club.

  Surviving her is her brother, Arthur Weiner of Athens, GA, daughters Frances (Robert Gelb) of Williamsburg, VA and Hope (Jeffrey Morris) of Queen Creek, AZ, five grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.

A Private funeral will be held at Temple Israel Cemetery, Dunmore. In Lieu of flowers, a contribution to the charity of your choice can be made.

Arrangements by Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home, Inc.  318 East Drinker Street, Dunmore, PA.

To leave an online condolence please visit www.ScrantonJewishFunerals.com.

1 thought on “Remembering Naomi W. Alamar

  1. Frannie, very sorry for your loss of your Mom. In deepest sympathy and Friendship. Arlene Michaels

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