It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of our cherished patriarch, Aubrey Wolf. He died April 25, 2020, at age 83. We are heart sore to imagine a world without the kindness, humility and humor he exhibited throughout his life.
Aubrey never spoke a bad word, and cared deeply for the people and causes he believed in. His life was a case study on how to live with integrity. His bravery and passion were factors that led him to serve in the Israeli army as a young man, where he met his adoring wife of 61 years and created a foundation that is the moral touchpoint for his family.
Aubrey consistently lived a principled life and it was the importance of family that led him to start over in Atlanta later in life to be close to his children and grandchildren. His depth of character and the richness of his life experiences are reflected in his beautiful artwork that captures his love of nature, keen observations and tendency to see and create beauty in everyday life.
A dedicated family man and member of his community, he was adored by everyone who met him, and is universally regarded as the embodiment of a true mensch.
Aubrey was fun, adventurous, inquisitive and intelligent. He was understated and humble. He loved warmth and was happiest on a beach or at a party. We are so grateful for the magic he brought to our lives. A beautiful human being inside and out, Aubrey truly made the world a better place. He enriched peoples’ lives with his presence. We can only hope to honor his legacy by working each day to do better and be better.
Aubrey is survived by his wife, children, grandchildren, siblings, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends who were family. He will be missed. Arrangements by Dressler’s Jewish Funeral Care, 770-451-4999.