Lillian Ginsberg Active in Jewish affairs

November 02, 1990

Lillian Ginsberg, who was active in the Jewish community, died early Tuesday at Sinai Hospital after a short illness.

Services for Mrs. Ginsberg, who was 83 and lived in the Imperial Apartments, were held yesterday at the Sol Levinson and Bros. Home.

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; three brothers, Judge Meyer Cardin of Baltimore, Jacob L. Cardin of Pikesville and Maurice Cardin of Palm Beach, Fla.; and a sister, Shirley Mager of Baltimore.

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