86, of Bayonne passed away on November 7, 2016 following a lengthy illness. Stanley lived in Bayonne his entire life. He served in the Army Infantry branch of the U.S. military, where he achieved the position of 2nd Lt. during the Korean War. He was an Infantry Platoon Leader, acting chaplain and regimental court martial officer at Camp Rucker, AL. M. Stanley Susskind and his father, Nathan Susskind, were partners in the Bayonne law firm of Susskind and Susskind, Esqs. He served as Bayonne Municipal Court Judge, Bayonne Municipal Court Prosecutor, Bayonne Assistant City Attorney, Bayonne Planning Board Attorney, Chairman of the Superior Court Matrimonial Panel and Chairman of the Superior Court Condemnation Panel. Judge Susskind served as President of the Bayonne Bar Association and Vice President of the Hudson County Bar Foundation. He served as President of Bayonne’s Temple Emanu-El, has served on the Executive Board of the Bayonne Jewish Community Center and was local President and State Vice President of the Zionist Organization of America. He served on the Board of Directors of the United Hebrew Schools, was a Senior Vice Commander of the Jewish War Veterans, and has been honored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews, the Zionist Organization of America, Israel Bonds, Jewish National Fund, and several other local charities for his fund-raising activities. He was a member of the Menorah Masonic Lodge. Stanley was predeceased by his parents, Nathan and Lillian (nee Epstein) Susskind. He is survived by his wife Beverly (nee Jacobs), and his 3 sons: Henry (and his partner Dana Butcher), Jeffrey (and his wife Shari-Beth), and Dr. Steve (and his wife Hilarie). He is also survived by his 6 grandchildren: Jacob, Benjamin and Noah, and Danielle, Julia and Bradley. He is also survived by 2 sisters, Betty Troum and Henny Weiss, and his sisters-in-law Cynthia Roberts and Dr. Parvin Jacobs. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews, and many friends, cousins, clients, associates, and admirers. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to either Temple Emanu-El of Bayonne, UJA Federation, Peace Care St. Ann’s, or to a charity of your choice. Funeral arrangements by GUTTERMAN BROTHERS, 463 Monmouth St., Jersey City.

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