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Deceased Information

James "Jim" Max Breman

Monday, September 18, 2017 (before sunset)

27 Elul, 5777

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

2:30 PM

The Temple, Atlanta GA

Crest Lawn Memorial Park, Atlanta GA

Tuesday only at the home of Carol and Bob Nemo beginning at 7:00 PM

Please contact Dresslers at 770-451-4999 to send a message to the family.

  • The Breman Religious School at The Temple 
  • William Breman Jewish Home 3150 Howell Mill Rd, Atlanta, GA 30327
  • Breman Jewish Heritage Museum 1440 Spring Street Atlanta GA 30309

    James Max Breman (Jim), 74, died Monday September 18, 2017 at Piedmont Hospital. Jim was born in Atlanta on February 9, 1943 to William and Sylvia Breman. Jim was a graduate of The Westminster Schools and got his BA in English from Tulane University and MBA from Emory. He was also a proud member of ZBT. Following college he briefly worked in New York as a stock analyst. He spent the rest of his life in Atlanta where he worked at Breman Steel Company and continued to pursue his interest in investments and philanthropy. He loved playing the guitar, spending time with his family, and listening to music. He was generous, kind and lived a modest life. Jim is survived by his sister, Carol (Bob) Nemo and his four children, Michelle (Jimy) Salmans and their daughter, Trevor; Joe(Galit) Breman and their 2 sons Joshua and Jonah; Jennifer (David)Pelcyger and their son, Sam; and daughter, Sybil Breman, as well as several nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 pm September 19, 2017 at The Temple. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Breman Religious School at The Temple, The William Breman Jewish Home, or The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum.

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    The Dressler Family
    May the memories of our loved ones remain for a blessing.
    Joe BremanOct 10 2017 01:42 am
    The ticking clock My ticking clock slowly ticks taking its time, turning the withering grapes into wine, it doesn't know reason, nor rhythm or rhyme, my ticking clock slowly takes taking it's time. Meandering circling measures enclose, trapped on a face without eyes or nose, for time has the wisdom and time has all thoughts so everyone feels all the changes it's wrought. Whether wasted or spent time is saved and forgotten, give it to Swiss cheese and it will be rotten, give it to May and she'll turn into June, break up with a lover and time heals all wounds We loved you Dad, and always will! -Joe Breman 2017
    william usdanSep 28 2017 01:14 pm
    Carol and Bob, I'm very sorry for your loss, my condolences to you and your family.
    terry fineSep 20 2017 07:34 pm
    Carole, The very first television I saw was at your home on Oakdale Rd. Jimmy was a very special friend as a child and we re connected last year. I will never forget his addictive smile. Terry Fine
    Robert J Alpern, M.D.Sep 20 2017 03:22 pm
    May you be comforted by many happy and warm memories of Jim.
    Lynda WalkerSep 19 2017 08:56 pm
    Carol and Bob, I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. May his memory be a blessing for you.
    scott saulsonSep 19 2017 11:27 am
    Carol, May memories of precious moments shared with your brother strengthen and bless you and yours in the days to come.
    Jeffrey BogartSep 19 2017 08:38 am
    I am going to miss this most interesting man.I was Jim's attorney for many years and took great joy in his unique ability to persevere.I know he cared deeply for his family.
    linda harrisSep 19 2017 08:06 am
    Carol, Wishing you comfort in recalling the happy moments you shared together.
    Sylvia FriedmanSep 19 2017 07:45 am
    Dear Carol and Family, I am so saddened for you all on the loss of Jim. I hope he was able to enjoy his last Shabbat with you all and the beautiful Kiddush cup, candles and challah. With deepest sympathy, Sylvia
    Toni AdlerSep 19 2017 07:29 am
    Dear Carol, I am so sorry for your loss of your brother. I remember when I first moved to Atlanta 49 years ago, I carpooled with them for pre school and and Joe and my son John were friends. May his memory be a blessing for your family and friends. Toni & Joel Adler
    Murray and Lynn FriedmanSep 19 2017 01:25 am
    Dear Carol, Bob and all the Family, We are sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. We hope the prayer community available many days this week will offer you emotional and spiritual support. Sincerely, Murray and Lynn Friedman
    Gail CohnSep 19 2017 12:09 am
    Dear Carol, Please accept my heart-felt sympathy over the loss of your brother.Thinking of you.
    Saba SilvermanSep 18 2017 11:23 pm
    Carol, Bob and family... our sincerest sympathy to you and your family... may his name be for a blessing...with love Saba and Victor
    Linda Marks ShapiroSep 18 2017 09:28 pm
    Carol, Joe and Galit, we are so sorry to hear about Jim. May his Memory be a blessing and his soul rest in peace. We love you all and send support and love at this sad time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jerry and Linda Marks Shapiro
    Charles SheronSep 18 2017 09:12 pm
    Carol, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
    Carl GoldenSep 18 2017 09:08 pm
    Carol and Bob. I'm so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers. Carl
    Barbara Scheer-EasonSep 18 2017 06:58 pm
    So sorry for your loss. I remember when Jim was coming on Saturdays to Torah study and enjoyed hearing his ideas and talking with him. I am sorry for your loss. With love, Barbara
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