Dr. Stephen George Edelstein
Monday 10th of January 1938 - Tuesday 14th of March 2023
Temple Adath Israel
124 N. Ashland Ave., Lexington, KY
I had the privilege of meeting Dr. Edelstein while playing tennis. I will always remember how nice and kind he was to me. He was a brilliant medical doctor and a fine human being. My Prayers are with the Edelstein Family.
The Goldman and Edelstein families went on shared beach house vacations together and I will always remember Steve as kind and caring from those experiences. My condolences to Karen, Ellen, David, and the extended family.
Alvin and Ellie Goldmansays
Because Steve had a first-class mind and strong work ethic, he was learned, highly respected and a successful, admired leader in his field. As a friend, neighbor, and physician, Steve combined being a realist with compassion and a strong sense of social responsibility. As a result, he improved his profession, helped prolong the years of thousands in Lexington and Eastern Kentucky, and enriched the lives of all who knew him, worked with him, or were ministered by him. We are most grateful for having been able to share much of our lives with our dear friend Steve, and join Karen, Ellen, David, Michael and Jacob in mourning our loss. He and they remain in our hearts.
Elly and Howard Shulkinsays
Our Dear friends,Karen,Ellen, Steve, and the entire family, Steve was such a lucky man because of all of you and the amazing love and respect you all gave to him! He was such a special soul who left his mark on so many….his kindness, his independence,his sense of humour,of course his intelligence!! He will be sorely missed and pray that our good friend will now be able to rest in peace. Love ,Elly and Howie and family
Evelyn Ernest and Gary Titlesays
Dear Karen and Family ! We were so sad to hear of Stephens passing. Please accept our sincere condolences to the whole family. He will be missed. Evelyn and Gary