Albert L. Newman, a Cleveland native, handed away June 7, 2020, in Delray Beach front, Fla. He was 93.
Born on Oct. 20, 1926, to Aron and Getel Newman (deceased), he had two more mature sisters, Florence Newman Maier and Mary Newman Moss (now equally deceased). Albert married Adelle Lang in 195l. Collectively they experienced a few small children (Laura, Linda and David). Right after Adelle handed absent in 1962, Albert elevated their 3 small children even though performing entire time. In 1966, he married Barbara Weitzman, who also experienced 3 children (Michael, JoAnne and Brian). He experienced 6 beloved grandchildren in his afterwards yrs – Anna, Ben, Greg, Ryan, Marina and Ade. In the late 1990’s, Barbara and Albert moved to Delray Seashore, Fla. Barbara passed away in 2005.
A graduate of John Adams Substantial University, Albert entered the U.S. Army throughout Earth War II. He served in the Pacific and gained a selection promotions and medals. Immediately after the war, he acquired a diploma in artwork at Western Reserve College (now Scenario Western Reserve College) and then enrolled in the Institute of Layout in Chicago (now Illinois Institute of Technologies) to study industrial design. At the Institute of Design, his college associates incorporated professors who experienced been renowned Bauhaus artists. In point, the Institute of Structure was typically referred to as the New Bauhaus.
His vocation in industrial style and design and invention resulted in
24 patents. In Cleveland he worked for Reliance Electrical, White Motors, Harris Seybold and other firms. He also worked for Booz, Allen, Hamilton as a guide in industrial style and design. He continued his profession in New Jersey with Singer Company and Lightolier. Albert was also an completed cartoonist possessing experienced his do the job revealed in numerous Military publications and somewhere else. Normally amusing pals and loved ones with his cartoons and wit, he was however drawing up right up until the week he handed.
In retirement, Albert wrote and illustrated two textbooks of cartoons. He was also president of the Florida Society of Inventors. A lifelong singer, he was a member of a men’s chorus.
Extra than just about anything, Albert liked his family members. He was an optimist who experienced good hope for the future. He leaves behind not only a legacy of enjoy and kindness, but also of humor and creative imagination for his little ones, grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends.