Gerald Ginsburg
Gerald Ginsburg

Obituary of Gerald Lawrence Ginsburg

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Gerald L. “Jerry” Ginsburg, 81, of East Greenbush and formerly of Menands and Troy, died on Monday, February 14, 2022 at Evergreen Commons in East Greenbush where he had resided for his finals years and was cared for so well by the staff.


Born in Troy, New York, he was the son of the late Alfred and Frances Wilson Ginsburg. He was a graduate of Troy High School and earned his Master’s Degree in Sociology from Columbia University. He had also studied abroad in Israel for a couple of semesters.


His career was in medical research.


Mr. Ginsburg was a member of the Albany Jewish Community Center.


Jerry enjoyed Photography, Astrology, Painting and studying the Hebrew language and culture.


In additions to his parents, Gerald was also predeceased by his brother Morton Ginsburg.


Survivors include his sister-in-law; Rosalinde Ginsburg, a niece; Andrea Alexander and a nephews; Albert Alexander, grandnephews; Tyler, Thomas and Brandon Alexander, extended family and friends.


Funeral Service for invited family and friends was held on Friday, February 18, 2022 at Beth Tephilah Cemetery in Troy and was officiated by Rabbi Nachman Simon.


Mr. Ginsburg’s family wishes to express their sincere appreciation to Evergreen Commons Nursing Home in East Greenbush and to the staff of the Albany JCC and his longtime personal aid.


Those desiring, may make memorial contributions in his memory to the Albany Jewish Community Center or to Evergreen Commons Nursing Home.


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Beth Tephilah Cemetery
50 Belle Ave
Troy, New York, United States
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Gerald Ginsburg

1940 - 2022

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