CRANSTON, R.I. – Hannah (Davis) Feibelman died Dec. 20, 2017. She was the beloved wife of Jack Feibelman for more than 71 years.
Hannah was the matriarch of her extended family, cared deeply about family and community, and had great compassion for others. Daughter of Jack and Sadie Davis of Providence, Hannah was the devoted sister of Ruby Kotler, Irving Kotler (Ann), Carolyn Zimmerman (Coleman), Rabbi Maurice Davis (Marion) and Albert Davis (Shirley).
In addition to her husband, she is survived by her son, Jeffrey Feibelman and his wife, Jaine Feibelman of Hollywood, Florida; daughter Barbara Feibelman and her husband, Kenneth Orenstein of Providence; daughter-in-law Caryl Feibelman of West Warwick; grandchildren Andrew Feibelman (Elaine), Marcy Feibelman, Matthew Orenstein, and Clare Feiner (Jake); and her great-granddaughter, Harlyn Ray Feibelman. Hannah cherished her many nieces, nephews and their families.
Hannah was a lifelong member of Temple Beth-El, a founding member of Temple Sinai, and a member of both Temple Sisterhoods. Hannah was an avid bridge player and an active member of the American Contract Bridge League.
Contributions can be made in Hannah’s memory to The Miriam Hospital Foundation, Development Office, P.O. Box H, Providence, RI 02901.