MONROE TOWNSHIP - SUZAN K. GINSBURG passed away, at home, on Sunday, October 10, 2021. She was 79 years old.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, she grew up in Mobile, Alabama. She later moved to Milltown, and then lived in South Brunswick before settling in Monroe Township five years ago.
Prior to retiring, she was a special education teacher for the East Brunswick Board of Education.
Suzan was predeceased by her husband, Eli, and her parents, Gertrude and Nicholas Casillo.
Surviving are her daughters, Ellen of Brooklyn, NY, Amy of Highland Park, NJ, Lynn McMillan and her husband, Anthony, of Millstone, NJ; and her grandchildren, Aspen and Zion; her sisters, Beverly and Sharon; her sister-in-law, Shirley; and her beloved dog, Jack.
A chapel service will be held on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, at 12:15pm, at MOUNT SINAI MEMORIAL CHAPELS, 454 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick. Cremation will be private. For directions, please visit our "Services" page.
Dear Ellen, Lynn, and Amy,
My sincere condolences to you and your family. Although Sue and I lost contact since I moved to Florida, I’ll always have wonderful memories of the time and friendship we shared while living at South Ridge Hills. Will always cherish the time we spent together especially with Jake and Gatsby. She will be missed. 🙏💞
Dear Ellen, Lynn, and Amy, Eddie and I are so sorry to hear of Sue’s passing. She was always a very special friend to me for the past 30+ years ! I always knew that if I was with Sue..(Moosh)….it would be a time that would be full of laughter and hilarity. I have so many memories and she will always be in heart. We will miss her greatly.
Mrs. Ginzburg is going to be missed by all.
Ellen, Lynn, and Amy … my condolences to you and your family. Although Sue and I lost contact over the past few years, I’ll always have wonderful memories of the time and friendship we shared during our Memorial school years.
So upsetting to hear of this sad news, What a fine, smart and lovely woman, friend and neighbor. She will be sorely missed.
The passing of Sue is heartbreaking. She was one of the most influential figures in my life. She was by my side since I was in the third grade. For the last 34 years, I always knew I could count on her as an ear to listen, or for words of encouragement. Her memory will live on forever and I will always miss her.
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