MONROE TOWNSHIP- EVELYN RABINOWITZ passed away on Thursday February 7, 2019, at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick. She was 86.
Born in Newark, NJ, she resided in Colonia, before moving to Monroe Township 18 years ago.
Prior to retiring, Evelyn was a special education teacher for the Edison Board of Education, where she taught for 25 years.
She was predeceased by her husband, Jerry Rabinowitz, in 1990.
Surviving are her son, David Rabinowitz and his wife, Jennifer, of New York, NY; two daughters, Sharon Switkes and her husband, Scott, of East Brunswick, and Karen Frank and her husband, Gregg, of Randolph; a sister, Florence Kaspin of Monroe Township; eight grandchildren, Jordana (Jason) Ross, Aliza (Scott) Leighton, Chelsea Rabinowitz, Ross (Amy) Switkes, Julie (George) Tingo, and Jamie, Melissa and Eric Frank, and one great grandchild, Mackenzie.
A chapel service will be held on Sunday, February 10th, 9:30 AM, at MOUNT SINAI MEMORIAL CHAPELS, 454 Cranbury Road at Evergreen Boulevard, East Brunswick. Interment will follow at Beth Israel Cemetery, Woodbridge, NJ. For directions , please see our "Services" page.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hadassah, The Alisa Chapter, and be sent to c/o, Carol Fein, 7 Trent Road Monroe Twp., NJ 08831. Please indicate the donation is in memory of Evelyn Rabinowitz.
Dear Karen, Greg, Melissa, Eric and Jamie, and the whole family- we send our love and strength to you at this time. Your mom, grandmom, was a wonderful, fun, loving, kind woman and a memory to cherish. xo The Steiner Family
May your memories and Gods words
( 2 Corin 1:2-4 ) give you the comfort
you need at this time. With my sincere
and deepest condolences.
New Year’s Eve 2017/18. Jordana & Jasons engagement party
Evey and David at Aliza and Scotts wedding. August 2017
Evey and David at Aliza and Scott’s wedding
Baruch Dayan Ha'Emet. My dear friend Evey. We lived two houses away from each other. We traveled together, we laughed together, and we cried together. You were a fighter like none I have seen. My heart aches for your beautiful family. I will miss you more than words can say. May your family be comforted among the mourner of Zion and Jerusalem and may your memory be for a blessing.
We share our condolences with the family and friends of Evey. Our hearts
are darkened, but our memories are very bright. Love to all.
David and Evelynne Blatt and Charles Lambe.