BRODSKY: Clementine (Clemmy) Klein Brodsky, age 80, in Silver Spring, Md., on Monday, July 3, 2017. Beloved wife of Allan J. Brodsky, devoted mother of Anne Brodsky (Margaret Chriss) of Washington, D.C., and Jay Brodsky (Lynn Westwater) of Arlington, Va. Loving grandmother of Sofia, Julia and Anna Brodsky; cousin to Richard (Susan) Hommel, Oscar (Barbara) Soule and Eda (Mort) Cowen. Clemmy was born in Missouri, the only child of Jay and Alice Hommel Klein, and was the granddaughter of Oscar and Bella Mayer Hommel, early members of Rodef Shalom. Longtime residents of Shaler Township, Clemmy and Allan, her husband of 58 years, were founding members of Temple Ohav Shalom in the North Hills. She earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Arcadia (Beaver) College in Philadelphia and a master’s in counseling from the University of Pittsburgh. Clemmy was a former secondary education teacher in Shaler Township. She was a lifelong social justice volunteer, active with Temple Ohav Shalom, a board member of the Greater Pittsburgh and North Hills YWCA and of North Hills Community Outreach, involved with Pittsburgh North Anti-Racism Coalition, and NACEL, an international student exchange program. Clemmy was a snappy dresser and an avid tennis player, gardener, and supporter of the Pittsburgh Symphony, Pittsburgh Public Theater, and the Pirates. Most of all, Clemmy was a gregarious people-person who could talk to anyone and who made friends everywhere she went. Her warmth, generosity and good humor will be missed by all. Graveside Services and Interment at West View Cemetery of Rodef Shalom Congregation. Donations may be made to North Hills Community Outreach (http://nhco.org), Planned Parenthood of Western Pennsylvania (https://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-western-pennsylvania), or Temple Ohav Shalom (http://www.templeohavshalom.org/). Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc.