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Solomon Perlo

April 5, 1944 - December 23, 2018

U.S. Veteran

Services Date December 26, 2018

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" > To see Dr. Perlos obituary breaks my heart. I was one of his patients. He was the most kind, caring person/dr Ive ever had the pleasure of meeting. He wasn't like alot of drs. he took time ''talking to you, getting to know you.'' There was times I owed him money, that I didn't have and he said pay me when you've got it. Amazing man! He loved his wife Debra, he was just starting his family. I was his patient for about 20 years in Tarzana. He was a special man! My condolences to you Debra and your family. May God give you peace and strength.

Posted by Joyce D\\\'Ignazio on April 3, 2019

" > I was a patient of Dr. Perlos. What a precious man he was. He had so much compassion for his patients. He was a dr. that would spend time with his patients, really take an interest in them. I remember I owed him money that I didn't have, and he told me to pay him when I got it. Believe me I tried harder to pay him than any other debts. He was an amazing man. He would talk about his wife, Debra, at this time he was just starting his family in the mid 80\'s when he was in Tarzana. My condolences go out to you Debra and your family. May God give you peace and comfort. Its with a heavy heart I write this. Joyce Baumsteiger D'Ignazio ~ his patient of many many years.?

Posted by Joyce Baumsteiger D\\\\\\\'Ignazio on April 3, 2019

" > We’ll miss Sollie. His big smile he gave me every time I came over with his “hello Zuckercooker”!!! He always made me smile. He never seemed to have a bad word or remark about anyone. His positive attitude and analytical point of view – coming from his psychological profession is understandable. He was admired for his relentless work ethic, perhaps to a fault only to defer to his gardening that would pull him away. His children seem to admire and respect his values and advice. He loved his wife Debra unconditionally to the moon and back of 44 years (1977 – I was there!). He never complained that I knew of, and especially since his Leukemia illness. We were so saddened that life kept helping him bounce back but he just couldn’t get a break. He is an example for all us to persevere, be positive and never give up. I’ll miss him, but I think of him every day as the ‘zuckercooker’ as I use that word every day. Love First Cousin Gail (Debra’s mom’s brother’s daughter).

Posted by Gail R Zucker/Ronald Monat on December 25, 2018