Hannah Leder

Hannah "Nan" Leder

Tuesday, March 10th, 1931 - Friday, July 2nd, 2021
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Hannah " Nan" Leder

Nan Leder (nee Hannah Hollander) of Margate, NJ died on July 2, 2021. She was married for over 64 years to the late Harold Leder, and was very loved by her 4 children Cynthia, Douglas, Jane, and William, and her 3 grandchildren David, Daniel and Rachel.

Nan was born in York, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Pauline (Salkin) and Ted Hollander. She attended Finch College while she lived at the Barbizon Hotel in Manhattan. Blond, beautiful, and classically understated, Nan was an incredibly patient, supportive, and uncritical mother who celebrated life and found enjoyment, laughter, and appreciation in every day.

While raising her 4 children, Nan went back to school to receive her undergraduate degree and elementary school teacher certification. She then worked for 30 years as a reading teacher in the Egg Harbor City school system. Nan loved her work and teaching her students, who she remembered always, and valued the good friends she made there. She was gratified to have been voted Teacher of the Year.

Nan, with her integrity, wisdom, empathy, and laughter, will be so very missed.
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    Beth Kehillah Cemetery
    6687 Black Horse Pike
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    Funeral Services and Interment were private


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Patty Bernard

Posted at 09:15pm
So true, these words found in Nan's obituary-----incredibly patient, supportive, and uncritical. I would have to say that is how she was with the students and with her colleagues at the Spragg School. We were both teachers for many years and Nan was always one of my favorites.

Gail Milne

Posted at 01:45pm
So sad to read of your mother’s death. I have many wonderful memories being with Nan. I, also,worked at Spragg School and we We began our friendship way back when you, Doug , were parking cars for a casino. I would go to Margate with my children, Bonnie and Rici, meet Nan and six of us would go to the beach. Rici loved watching that movie with you, Billy, and Bonnie enjoyed being with Jane. Sorry I never meet Cindy but I would hear about you and your son. These were happy times. Nan and Harold visited us many times when we had school friends’ dinners at our Sweeetwater house. Nan and I retired the same year. I lost track of your mom when she moved to Linwood. But I thought of her often. Many times I almost called Billy at his office to ask about Nan and Harold. Sorry I never did. Deepest sympathy to your whole family. Nothing like memories when a loved one passes. In sorrow, Gail Milne

Maryjane Scheibal Posted at 05:05pm

So sorry to hear of Nan's passing..I taught with Nan circa 2001.. Nan had a great sense of humor & I loved talking with her ..Never realized she went to Finch did I in the early 70's. My sincere condolences to you all.

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