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      Beth Ginsburg Glen Rock, NJ Death: Beth Ginsburg dies after cancer battle

      Beth Ginsburg

      It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Beth Ginsburg, beloved wife, mother, sister, and friend. Beth’s courageous battle with gastric cancer came to an end last night, leaving behind a profound sense of loss and grief for all who knew her. Yet, even in the face of illness, Beth’s spirit remained indomitable, and her legacy of love and strength will endure forever.

      Throughout her four-year journey with cancer, Beth faced each day with unparalleled bravery and resilience. Though the disease may have taken her physical presence, it could never diminish the light she brought into our lives or the impact she made on those around her. Beth was more than her illness; she was a beacon of warmth and kindness, touching the lives of everyone she met with her magnetic charisma and genuine warmth.

      Beth’s presence was a gift, infusing every moment with joy and leaving an indelible mark on all who knew her. As a devoted mother, loving wife, and cherished friend, she was the cornerstone of our family, providing unwavering love and support to those she held dear. Her courage and compassion inspired us all, leaving an imprint on our hearts that will never fade.

      A funeral ceremony honoring Beth’s memory will be held on Friday, March 29th, at 9:30 AM at Robert Schoem’s Menorah Chapel in Paramus, New Jersey. Following the service, Beth will be laid to rest at New Montefiore Cemetery in West Babylon, New York. Details regarding Shiva will be announced in due course.

      In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made to The Glen Rock Jewish Center, a source of solace and support during this difficult time. Beth’s love and legacy will continue to guide us through the days ahead, reminding us to embrace life with courage and compassion.

      Though we mourn Beth’s passing, we take comfort in knowing that her spirit will live on through our cherished memories and the love she shared with us all. Rest in peace, dear Beth, knowing that you will be forever loved and remembered.

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