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Lawrence Stillerman, 84

Lawrence M. “Larry” Stillerman, 84, Indianapolis, passed away Monday, Dec. 21.

He had worked in the shopping center field for almost 30 years as a retail leasing, marketing and property management consultant. In 1994, Larry retired as president of JONESREPORT INC., an international shopping center newsletter publishing company of Indianapolis. Larry was co-founder and former president of Stillerman Jones & Co. Inc., international consultants in retail and shopping center market research, leasing and management, 1977-1994.  

Larry was assistant to the vice president/leasing for Melvin Simon & Associates (now Simon Property Group). Larry also organized, developed and directed M.S. Management Associates, a subsidiary of Melvin Simon & Assoc., 1962-1974.  

In the late ‘40s/early ‘50s, Larry worked variously as general reporter, copy editor and executive sports editor for the Indianapolis Times.

In World War II, he earned Technical Sergeant stripes and campaign medals with the 526th squadron, 379th Bombardment Group in the European Theater. He flew as radio operator on 18 missions in B-17s in the 8th Army Air Force. Following his military service, Larry secured his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in 1948.  

He was active throughout the years in many Jewish and professional organizations.  

Survivors include his beloved wife, Florence; two daughters, Irene (Perry) Olds, formerly of Brown County, and Susan Stillerman; son, Phil (Della) Stillerman; seven grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; brother, Donald (Janet) Stillerman; and sister, Paula Falender.  

Funeral services will be Sunday, Dec. 27, at 11 a.m. at Aaron-Ruben-Nelson Mortuary, 11411 N. Michigan Road. Burial will follow at Beth-El Zedeck North.

Memorial contributions made to an organization of your choice.

Online condolences can be made at www.arnmortuary.com.

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