GREENFIELD: Celia Greenfield, age 104, born December 25, 1911, in Old Forge, Pa. She met her husband Max in 1947. They were married and lived in Brownsville, Pa. The couple moved to Squirrel Hill in 1976. She valued her family, faith, and York Peppermint Patties, which some believe were the secret to her longevity. She was an accomplished baker and cook known for her unique sponge cake, chocolate cake, and Passover noodles. These special recipes live on through her grandchildren and are valued family intellectual property. Celia graduated from high school in 1929 and often offered economic lessons learned during the Great Depression. Known as Bubbe, her grandchildren and great-grandchildren were lucky to have her. Bubbe’s love for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren was unconditional. For 21 years, Celia served as corresponding secretary for the Poale Zedeck Sisterhood. Her notes were written with her outstanding penmanship and were always personalized since she genuinely cared about others. Celia passed away at Charles Morris Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She is the mother of Barbara (Herm) Libman and Danny (Sharon) Greenfield. She is the grandmother of Dayna Greenfield, Michael (Samantha) Greenfield, Lori (Angie) Wilen, Adam (Michelle) Wilen, and Joshua (Sarah) Wilen. Funeral services were held on Thursday, April 28. Arrangements were entrusted to the Gesher Hachaim Jewish Burial Society. Donations can be made to Jewish Association on Aging, 200 JHF Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15217.