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Obituary for Evelyn Feldman (Ginsberg)

Evelyn Ginsberg Feldman, who would have turned 101 on May 8, passed away peacefully on April 9 at Seashore Gardens Living Center in Egg Harbor Township. The youngest of three daughters of Rose and Sol Ginsberg, Evie was born in Union City, New Jersey. She was the valedictorian of her High School Class at Union Hill High School and attended nursing school. In 1942, Evie married the love of her life, Melvin Schiff Feldman and the two lived a true love story for nearly sixty-eight years until Mel passed away in 2010.

The couple moved to Margate New Jersey in 1947 where Mel was president of the South Jersey division of the Federal Wine and Liquor Company. Evie was deeply devoted to the needs of her family and supported all of them in their many endeavors, including during Mel’s two terms as President of Beth Judah synagogue and his involvement on the boards of the Jewish Community Center and Seashore Gardens. Evie volunteered as a “pink lady” at Atlantic City Hospital and loved all animals. A lover of antiques, Evie spent many hours searching for just the perfect pieces to decorate their beautiful homes in Margate as well as Wilmington, Vermont.

To Evie family was everything and she is survived by son David (Kathryn) of Bryn Mawr, PA, daughter Susan, of Egg Harbor Township, grandchildren Alex Feldman (Samantha), Peter Feldman (Dr. Sarah Lopatin), Caroline Feldman, great grandchildren Theodore Feldman, Orly Lopatin, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. The family would especially like to thank her caregivers Tamesha Purnell, Ciara Gallagher, Lydia Harper, Madeline Collette, Shareefah Simpkins and Alberta Harper for their care and attention these past years.

Family and friends are invited to Graveside services,Tuesday, April 11, 2023, 12 noon at Beth Kehillah Cemetery. Shiva is private. In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests that contributions in her memory may be made to Seashore Gardens Living Center, 22 W Jimmie Leeds Road, Galloway Township, New Jersey.

Arrangements entrusted to Roth-Goldstrins' Memorial Chapel