Mark Evan Beitman Friday July 24th 2020

Friday July 24th 2020
Mark Evan Beitman, founder and author of the Philosimply website, died on July 24 in Atlantic City, NJ. He was 34. Mark earned Honors, Phi Beta Kappa, and Honors in Philosophy from the University of Delaware and MA in Religious Studies from the University of Chicago, where he also engaged in PhD studies in modern Jewish thought. Over the course of his life Mark also studied and wrote in depth on Kabbalah—Jewish mysticism, taught ballroom and salsa dance, and had an expansive YouTube channel devoted to teaching poker. He enjoyed visual arts, snowboarding, and water sports. Most recently, Mark delighted in being a new uncle. He is survived by his loving parents Dr. Robert Beitman and Rabbi Goldie Milgram, brother, Adam, nephew, David, and Alicia Sanchez. The funeral is being held privately due to the pandemic. Shiva will be on Zoom: to attend please reach out to the family for further information. Donations in his memory are requested to NAMI or charity of the donor’s choice. Read Less To plant a memorial tree in honor of Mark Evan Beitman, please visit our Heartfelt Sympathies Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Mark Evan Beitman Friday July 24th 2020.

Roth-Goldsteins’ Memorial Chapel LLC

Death notice for the town of: Atlantic City, state: NJ

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3 Comments

  1. Dr. Beitman my sincere sympathy for you and your family. My heart does out to you. Praying for you and your family.
    Sincerely Beverly

  2. Dear Rabbi Goldie,

    Baruch Dyan Ha’emet.

    Please accept my deepest and most humble condolences on the passing of your son Mark Evan Beitman.
    I pray that you will have only fond memories which will translate to sweet blessings forever and always to you and those who loved him.

    Best Always,
    Ron Chazan

  3. Hello, Mark was a very dedicated man, very entertaining, and very articulate. His poker videos were very funny and educational. I have been following him for sometime, and was hoping he was doing ok. He was a bright soul. My blessings and regards go out to Mark’s family and friends. Mark, you were a exceptional guy. Love to you and your journey.



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