INSLER: Jack Insler of Los Angeles, formerly Pittsburgh, died peacefully February 13, 2016. He was born October 28, 1915 in Czechoslovakia, coming to the United States with his mother and sister when he was 6 years old. He enjoyed his 100th birthday party last October surrounded by friends and family. It was his wish to donate his body to UCLA medical research. He is survived by his children, Marsha (Don) Draper of Monroeville, David (Arlene) Insler of Manhattan Beach, Calif.; grandchildren Alan Draper, Kelly (Miguel) Zuniga, Jacob Insler, Stephanie (Casey Matthews) Insler, and Natalie Insler; one great-grandchild, Haley Zuniga; as well as two nieces. He was preceded in death by his former wife Ethel Fineberg Insler Siegel, his mother, Anna Insler, and his sister, Rose Silverstein. He served in the Civilian Conservation Corps, and the United States Army. He retired from the U.S. Postal Service, where he worked almost all of his adult life. In his younger days, he was an avid tennis player. He once said that he had to start playing tennis because he had beaten everyone he knew in ping-pong. Jack Insler will be remembered most for his dry wit and sense of humor, even during the physically limited last few months of his life.