DEUTSCH: Carol Liener Deutsch passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 19, 2018, surrounded by her devoted and loving husband, Sidney Deutsch, and loving children and grandchildren. She was born in Midland, Pa. and raised in Farrell, Pa., where her parents operated a kosher butcher shop. She worked for Gulf Oil in Harmarville while attending the University of Pittsburgh and graduated Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, with a degree in psychology, where her husband was stationed in the Air Force. She then went on to do graduate work in psychology. She was a loving and beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was a true Woman of Valor and the ultimate Yiddishe Mama. She was always dedicated to justice, honesty and fairness throughout her life. She worked tirelessly for many Jewish causes that involved her children and benefitted the community at large, such as Hillel Academy, Poale Zedeck and the Chevra Kadisha. She taught a group of Russian immigrants for many years to become comfortable with the English language both at her home and at the Anathan House. She is survived by her devoted husband of 63 years and her loving children, Naomi (Mark) Rubin, Rachel Katz, Tamara (Mitch) Haviv, Avigayil (Benyamin) Cweiber and Moshe Daniel (Shelly) Deutsch. Her grandchildren: Yael and Yoseph Gurevich, Atara (Mendy) Davidson, Avi Rubin, Aliza Rubin, Dina and Avi Lerer, Shira Rubin, Leora Rubin, Adina Katz, Elisheva and Danny Weiser, Leora and Noah Linfield, Devorah Katz, Gavriel Haviv, Becky Haviv, Jeremy Haviv, Orli and Raphael Kaplan, Yechezkel and Devorah Cweiber, Meira and Nosson Hochstadter, Moshe Cweiber, Sara Cweiber, Shayna Cweiber, Tzippy and Brian Lang, Zahava Deutsch, Ayelet Deutsch and Yoni Deutsch. Her great-grandchildren: Yakira, Yehuda, Yonina and Jacob Gurevich, Elan and Elliora Davidson, Natan Weiser, Yoni and Miri Kaplan, Chaviva Hochstadter, Newborn Baby Cweiber and Asher and Eliana Lang, as well as her sister, Jane Stein of Highland Park, N.J. Funeral services were held Thursday, December 20. Arrangements were entrusted to the Gesher HaChaim Jewish Burial Society. Contributions can be made to Hillel Academy, and Sivitz Jewish Hospice, and any other organization of your choice. Shiva observed at the family residence.