Sylvia Weinstock Death – Obituary News Story : See What Happened.
This is a developing story that Sylvia Weinstock may have passed away, according to some statement posted on social media on November 23. 2021.
Charity Pykles-George wrote.
I’m so heartbroken this morning as I learned Sylvia Weinstock passed away. She was such an inspiration to me. The first time I met her in NYC when she got a lifetime achievement award at the Womens Chef Conference, so was so kind and gracious with her time. Then I really got to know her, her daughter and grandson on the years I worked on Nailed it! What an incredible opportunity that was! She became my adopted grandmother. She was our “prize” for the Icing Smiles, Inc. best cake for ever contest a few years ago, and she was our judge for the San Diego Cake Show live Nailed It Contests too. She had fallen on the subway and had to do the judging via FaceTime . I miss her, I love her, and my prayers are with her family as they celebrate her life but also deal with the loss of their beloved matriarch. The cake industry has lost their Queen, and I’ve lost my adopted grandma. I know she’s having a wonderful reunion with her loved ones tho and that makes me very happy for her. I’ll miss your sweet text messages Sylvia! RIP.
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I’m so sorry for your loss Charity Pykles-George, she is an amazing women, Addie enjoyed meeting her via FaceTime. She paved the way for many. What an inspiration. She will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and her family.
Shannon Bodnar Jones
I loved you telling me all about her when I asked who your favorite judge was. How you spoke of her made it clear how much you liked and respected her. I’m so sorry.
What sad news. She opened my eyes to the world of gumpaste flowers … I remember the first estimate for my wedding cake was 11k
So sorry to hear this. She was an inspiration. I have her books. She seemed to be quite the character too. God rest her soul!
We are so saddened to learn of the passing of our dear supporter and friend, Sylvia Weinstock We were so honored every time the queen of cakes spread the message about our organization and participated in our events. In one of the most recent events she participated in, she accidentally said “Sugar Smiles” instead of “Icing Smiles.” This slip of the tongue was not seen as a mistake but as a heartwarming new nickname for our organization.
We extend our deepest condolences to Sylvia’s loved ones as you grieve this passing. We hope you can find comfort in the memories and celebration of her life. Please know how much she will always be loved, deeply and sincerely.