Esther B. Feldman

DATELINE: POMPANO BEACH, FL

Feldman, Esther B., 99 died Monday, June 7, 2021 at Trustbridge Hospice.  She was the beloved wife of the late Sydney Feldman. Born in Central Falls, a daughter of the late Thomas and Rose (Levine) Lucksniansky, she had lived in Pompano Beach, FL for 30 years, previously living in Providence.  She was the Principal for F.J. Varieur Elementary School in Pawtucket, retiring in 1983.

Devoted mother of Tina Crosby and her husband, Harvey, of Newton Center, MA, Robert Feldman and his partner, Gerri, of East Providence, and the late Marvin Feldman.  Dear sister of the late Rena Mills, Myrtle Feldman, Jennie Falcofsky, Ann Coulter, and Celia Greene.  Loving grandmother of Hendi (Jason), Max (Nicholas), Benjamin (Siobhan), Deena and Jodi (Matthew). Cherished great grandmother of Grace, Kali, Vivienne, Nathan, Arianna and Remy.

Graveside services will be held Sunday, June 13, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. in Lincoln Park Cemetery, 1469 Post Road, Warwick.  To view a recording of the service, please Click Here.   Shiva will be observed at the home of Tina and Harvey Crosby on Sunday from 7-9 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to Parkinson Foundation Inc., 200 SE 1st Street, Suite 800, Miami, FL 33131, 800-473-4636, or the charity of your choice.

9 Comments

  1. Nancy Bloch
    Jun 9, 2021

    Mrs. Feldman was the sweetest, kindest and such a gentle soul. She was so caring & ahead of her time as our principal & member of our community.
    May her memory be a blessing & please always remember all the lives she enriched – including mine.

  2. Michele
    Jun 9, 2021

    Mrs. Feldman was a wonderful person and principal. She touched many lives.

  3. Beverly falk
    Jun 9, 2021

    To know Esther was to love her and I was lucky enough to have her in my life. My condolences to her family

  4. Judy Kugel
    Jun 11, 2021

    How I loved this amazing woman! She was wise, beautiful, generous and loving, a role model for gracious aging. My life (and so many others) was better because she was in it.
    Judy Kugel

  5. Mary Jane Blanchette
    Jun 11, 2021

    We have such fond memories of the years our children spent at the Varieur School. Mrs. Feldman was such a caring, capable principal and a remarkable woman.

  6. Janice Baker
    Jun 12, 2021

    Esther was everything that is right and good in our world. I met her when a student at Rhode Island College, teaching a French lesson to her first grade class. Esther was my teacher, mentor, model and friend for the next 55 years – a treasure beyond measure in my life. Her words and actions reflected wisdom, kindness, strength and love – and my walk through life has been greatly enriched by her loving presence. I am so honored to have shared her life and so grateful that this amazing woman shared mine.

  7. Donna Stansfield
    Jun 13, 2021

    Mrs Feldman was an extraordinary educator. I was blessed to have her as my principal and coworker. She never asked you to do more than she would do herself. She truly helped me become the best teacher I could be. I always fondly remember her and she will be sorely missed.

  8. Marilyn Greenberg
    Jun 18, 2021

    Esther will be missed dearly and remembered with much love always.

  9. Joan Retsinas
    Jun 18, 2021

    Mrs. Feldman was not only a wonderful principal but a wonderful woman. She spurred teachers – that was her job, which she did marvelously. At the same time she supported parents, encouraging us, being there when we needed support. My children thrived at Varieur; and decades later, when she was visiting a relative in Anchorage, my oldest child and I visited with her. We remembered her of course, but she remembered us too! What a lovely person!

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