Lillian Ginsberg

November 01, 1990

Lillian Ginsberg, who was active in the Jewish community, died early Tuesday at Sinai Hospital after a short illness. She was 83 and lived in the Imperial Apartments.

Services for were being held today at the Sol Levinson and Bros. funeral establishment, 6010 Reisterstown Road.

In addition to being a member of Hadassah, the Altrua Guild and other organizations, she was a supporter of law schools at the University of Baltimore and other institutions.

The former Lillian Cardin was a native of Baltimore. Her husband, Hyman Ginsberg, taught at the University of Baltimore in addition to practicing law and teaching a bar-examination review course for many years before his death in 1982.

She is survived by a daughter, Rhona Ginsberg Friedman of Baltimore; and three brothers, Judge Meyer Cardin of Baltimore, Jacob L. Cardin of Pikesville and Maurice Cardin of Palm Beach, Fla.

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