Muskin, Stuart Edward May 30, 1922 - Jan 17, 2016 Survived by his wife of 69 years Bettie Muskin; three sons and daughters -in-laws, Alan and Linda Muskin, Bruce and Mary-Beth Muskin, and Michael Muskin and Diane Murata; grandchildren, Tracy Gordon (Randy), Scott Muskin (Andrea), Anne Brower (Matt), Emily Muskin and Zachary Muskin; great-grandchildren, Grant, Josh, Calvin, and Maggie Gordon, and Campbell Muskin. Stuart was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather. He was born in Omaha and graduated from Central High School and the University of Nebraska. He enlisted in the army and later served his country in World War II, earning a purple heart for his wounds. Stuart's roots were in Nebraska and with a partner they owned and operated Babytown/Youngtown stores in this area for 41 years. In "retirement" he tutored many people from all parts of Omaha in basic skills helping them pass there high school equivalency tests (GED). He was also active on the SCORE desk in consulting future business owners or people wanting advice in the business world. A life long sports lover, he was an avid golfer (five hole-in-ones) and a devoted Husker, Bluejay and CWS fan, attending games until very recently. Most of all Stuart treated people kindly and was well respected by the range of people he touched in his long life. MEMORIAL SERVICES will be held at Beth El Synagogue, 14506 California Street Omaha at noon on Tuesday, January 19th, 2016. Memorials may be sent to the Rose Blumkin Home in Omaha, or the Anti Defamation League (Plain States Region). JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 402-556-9392
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