Sarah (Ginsberg) Fischbein passed away in Lincoln, Nebraska on June 25, 2020 at 96 years old. She was born in New York City, New York on May 20, 1924, the daughter of Anna (Goverofsky) Ginsberg and Jacob (Grabiner) Ginsberg. Her siblings, Goldie Entel, Sydney Ginsberg and Benjamin Ginsberg all pre-deceased her. Sarah grew up in the Bronx, New York, graduated high school with secretarial skills and a passion for singing. She married Irwin William Fischbein (deceased) on October 17, 1942 and was married for 72 years.
She worked, as a secretary and stenographer to support herself and her husband while he attended college and graduate school. She worked until she became a mother and then devoted her time solely to raising her family. She lived in New York City, NY; Syracuse, NY; Lubbock, TX; Berkeley CA; Boston MA & vicinity; Huntington Beach, CA and Lincoln, NE. Sarah was an excellent homemaker and loving mother who enjoyed her family, traveling, the outdoors, and sailing with her husband on both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. She also was a talented hobby artist who created many paintings that are still enjoyed by her family. Remembered as an optimistic, strong willed, vibrant, talented, nurturing woman with an appreciation of humor, a beautiful smile, and a quick wit.
She will be sorely missed and is survived by her two children and their spouses, Cora (Fischbein) Rubitschun (John Rubitschun) and Steven Fischbein (Robin Klipper-Fischbein), four grandchildren, Jeffrey Rubitschun (Caitlin (Pierce) Rubitschun), Hannah (Rubitschun) Cousino (Thomas Cousino), Sarah Fischbein and Benjamin Fischbein and two great grandchildren, Moira Rubitschun and Jillian Cousino.
May the energy that was Sarah only add more beauty to this universe. She would have liked that thought. Rest in peace Mom, we love you. Sarah Fischbein, May 20, 1924 – June 25, 2020. Donations in Honor of Sarah can be made to The Ocean Conservancy at this link: https://donate.oceanconservancy.org/page/44257/donate/1?promo_name=Give_in_Honor&promo_creative=Text_Link&promo_position=Inline_Text
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