His wake is set for Wednesday, while the funeral will take place Thursday in Brooklyn, New York.
Isaac Siton managed the company’s facility in Namibia and was the “fabric of the factory,” Moshe Klein said.
She was the former editor-in-chief of JCK magazine and the Centurion newsletter and is remembered for her honesty and loyalty.
The former teacher, described as “a pioneer for women-owned businesses,” opened her own jewelry store in 1980.
Born in North Korea, Kim survived three years in a prison camp before fleeing to South Korea and eventually immigrating to the U.S.
Malakhov, who managed a staff of about two dozen reporters across the globe, is remembered for being kind and easy-going.
The company honors his four-decade approach to customer relationships, calling it “the gold standard.”
Yehuda’s knack for invention became apparent at an early age, and his career spanned seven decades.
Hematian is remembered for his kindness, his passion for jewelry design, and his dedication to the company he started from scratch.
The longtime, well-liked sales trainer died earlier this week following a fire at her Maryland home.
Michaels is remembered as a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend.
He was remembered as a sharply dressed, quintessential southern gentleman with a talent for sales.
Mann, who opened the Ohio jewelry store with her husband and son in 1984, was 95.
Kalisher started out manufacturing watch bands and later got into publishing, authoring two books and serving as publisher of Chronos.
Lindahl represented many brands during his 40 years in the industry, including A.F. Greenwood and William Kuhn.
He was a man ahead of his time, AGTA said, as Kaiser Gems was one of the first American businesses to set up a cutting facility in Bangkok.