BROWN: Shirley Zelda Brown (nee Schwartzberg), formerly of Squirrel Hill, died at her home in Jerusalem on Oct. 8, 2013. She was 87. Born on October 3, 1926 in Cleveland, Ohio, she earned a B.S. in foods and nutrition from Case Western Reserve University in 1948. She was a health educator in Minneapolis, Pittsburgh and Jerusalem. After making aliyah at the age of 56, she learned to speak Hebrew well enough to lobby Knesset and became a crusader for a smoke-free Israel through her work with Hadassah Israel. Shirley is survived by her husband of 63 years, Sanford (Shimon) Brown; children Laura Brown of Seattle, David Brown of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Elliot Brown of Los Angeles; grandchildren Lili Tova Ringold-Brown, Madelyn Rae Ringold-Brown, Ella Samuels Brown and Elijah Samuels Brown; and sister Thelma Pierce of Cleveland. Shirley was predeceased by her parents Joseph and Pauline (nee Landau) Schwartzberg. Shiva is being held at the family home, 12 Ibn Shaprut, Jerusalem, Israel 92478.