Zel Gutzin Obituary, Death – We are sorry that we have to be the ones to tell you today that Zel Gutzin z”l has gone away, but we feel obligated to let you know about this sad piece of news. During the more than 20 years that Zel worked at @TanenbaumCHAT, he was promoted to a number of different positions, including master teacher of History and Director of Attendance and Discipline. Zel also oversaw the school’s discipline and attendance policies. His pupils and his employees both acknowledged and complimented the great amount of passion that he displayed toward teaching, both inside and outside of the classroom. This passion was evident in everything that he did. He was famous for his ability to cultivate profound and enduring relationships with each and every one of his students. We will never forget him as a sincere guy who had a significant impact on the lives of a large number of individuals who were a part of the community at our school and whose lives he touched.
We will always remember him in this capacity. In this role, he will live on in our memories forever. Life companion who is loyal to and kind toward Maxine. He is the father of Wilf Gutzin and Shayla Gutzin, in addition to Sheryl Gutzin and David Barth, all of whom respect and look up to him in a great deal. Sheryl Gutzin and David Barth are his other children. In addition to being the mother of David Barth, Shayla Gutzin is also David’s father. Throughout his entire life, Zaidy showered his grandkids Rina, Julia, Shira, and Tamar with a remarkable amount of love and care. Each and every one of them had a very unique and important place in his heart.
He was a devoted educator who served as a source of motivation for his pupils and who was committed to the achievement of the objectives set forth for his class. The manner in which he devoted his life to providing for his family is something that we will never be able to forget. This is something that will remain in one’s mind for a very long time. During this difficult time, we want the Gutzin family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers and that we are thinking about them and praying for them. We want them to know that we are thinking about them and praying for them. I pray that they will find comfort in the howling and gnashing of teeth that Zion and Jerusalem are currently expressing toward their predicament.