The Somers Point Jazz Society is very saddened to announce that one of our biggest supporters and friends has passed away. Bob Simon, president of Just Four Wheels, passed on October 18th, leaving an enormous void in our hearts.
Born in Pittsburgh, PA, Bob was raised in Pittsburgh and graduated in 1950 from Taylor Allderdice High School. He served in the United States Army and attended the University of Pittsburgh on the G.I Bill. He had been a Northfield resident for 20 years and prior to that lived in Vineland. Mr. Simon was a member and supporter of Congregation Beth Israel in Northfield. He also enjoyed supporting the Somers Point Jazz Society. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Susan Mallinger Simon, two sons, Bradley S. Simon (Sharron) of Margate and Bryant Simon (Ann Marie) of Philadelphia, PA, four grandchildren, Rebecca and Max Simon and Benjamin and Eli Simon, one brother, Sidney Simon of MA. He was predeceased by a brother, Cyril Simon and a sister Dorothy Golomb.
Bob, you will be missed…
Jazz: One’s Journey to a Better Life.
On Sunday, November 16th, saxophonist, psychologist, and educator, Dr. Michael Pedicin will present a lecture and seminar “Jazz: One’s Journey to a Better Life.”
In his presentation, Dr. Pedicin will describe how the paradigm for jazz can lead us, as musicians or non-musicians, to a better way of feeling and thinking through the embodiment of Improvisation, Creativity, and Consciousness.
Somers Point Jazz Society
Donates to the Ocean City School District
The Somers Point Jazz Society recently made a donation of $500 to help support
the arts and music program within the Ocean City Public School District. Click for more!
Big Band Monday at Sandi Pointe
The Ed Vezinho/Jim Ward Big Band with special guests
November 3rd - Brian Betz
7 – 10 PM $10 admission