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BELLA HASSELSON Bella Hasselson (nee Eisenstein), of Las Vegas, passed away June 1, 2019 after a short illness. Bella was born in Chicago, June 16, 1922. Along with her husband, Bella was one of the co-founders of the first mechitzah minyan in the state of Nevada (Congregation Shaarei Tefilla). She was active in Jewish War Veterans auxiliary both in Chicago and Las Vegas and a volunteer for the Jewish Federation in Las Vegas. She was the wife of the late Leonard Hasselson; and the beloved mother of Andrea "Andee" (Marshall) Fisher, Phyllis (the late Rabbi Abe) Rine, and the late Jerome "Jerry" Hasselson. She is survived by her adoring grandchildren, Shaindel (Shmuli) Bernhaut, Dov (Debbie) Rine, Daveed (Perle) Rine, Yudi (Jessica) Rine, Malkie (Jana) Dejournett, Marilyn Hasselson, Elliot Hasselson; and her thirteen great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Chicago Jewish Funerals, Skokie, Ill.

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jun. 4, 2019.
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June 4, 2019
Dear Andee, Phyllis, and Family,

So sorry to hear about your Mom! I didn't hear about the funeral till
10:45 this morning. .i would like to have aid my respect
ALL my best,Marcy
Marcy Smith
June 4, 2019
Our deepest sympathies to the family. We pray in your behalf, and look forward to the day when we will welcome our dear loved ones back to a Paradise Earth. Ps 37:29
June 3, 2019
My sincere condolences to the family and friends. Draw close to God in prayer during this difficult time.
Lynn B
June 3, 2019
May care and love of those around provide a measure of comfort and peace to get you through the this time of deep sorrow. Please know that book of Psalms God will remember those who pass on in death because they are precious in his eyes. Our most sincere condolences. (John 6:40)
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