Sarah (Lipschultz) Weisberg
Weisberg (Lipschultz) Sarah, age 93, of St. Louis Park. Born in St. Paul, graduate of Humboldt High School. She was married to Dr. Samuel E. Weisberg from 1931 until his death in 1991. Sarah was a member and supporter of Beth El Synagogue. She was a volunteer at Mt. Sinai Hospital and a supporter of Sholom Home, and the Lipschultz Center at United Hospital. She is preceded in death by her husband, Dr. Samuel E.; parents, Esrael and Frema Lipschultz; brothers, Louis, Samuel, Jack, Aaron, Oscar, Bay and Melvin Lipschultz; sisters, Rose Perlman and Lena Birnberg; and special nephew, Harold Perlman. Sarah is survived by sons & daughters-in-law, Dr. Harold & Connie Weisberg and Dr. Stephen C. & Trudy S. Weisberg; brothers & sisters-in-law, Joseph & Dottie Lipschultz and Tim & Dorothy Lipschultz; sisters-in-law, Erma Lipschultz and Idelle Borken; grandchildren, Drs. Linda & Scott Ketover and Laura & Stan Smith; great-grandchildren, Jason & Aly Ketover and Jacob & Lily Smith; and grandchildren, Jody & Howard Sigal, David & Cristiana Kristal, Danny & Joey Kristal, Adam & Becky Kristal, Paul & Lisa Gendler, Deborah & Peter Olson, Linda & Michael Krelitz and David Gendler; and great-grandchildren, Ben & Bari Sigal, Annie & Elizabeth Kristal, Kyla & Cole Kristal, Joely Gendler, Zoey & Adelyne Olson, Sydney & Spencer Krelitz; devoted niece, Rose Levin; and special friend of 70 years, Sophie Segal; and many loving nieces and nephews. Special thanks to care- givers, Heidi Jolley & Lori Angell of Knollwood Place, Jeanne Zick, Susie Hawkinson of Allina Comfort Care and the staff of Sholom Home West 2 South. Sarah brought smiles, sunshine and wisdom into the lives of her family, friends and everyone who was fortunate enough to know her. Her positive attitude and sweet ways permeated every part of her life. She warmly greeted those around her with a smile, a kind word and an inquiry about the others' family. Sarah emulated her mother whom she admired and loved. In her family home she learned to nurture, encourage and support her family in their personal lives and careers. She was a superb cook and baker, skills she learned from her mother. Her roast chicken, cheese knishes and apple pie are legendary. Family and Judaism were strong values in her life. She brought her family together often for wonderful Shabbat and holiday dinners. She will be missed by all who have known her, but the loss will be greatest amongst those who love her. Funeral service TODAY 12 NOON, BETH EL SYNAGOGUE, 5224 W. 26th St., St. Louis Park. Memorials preferred to Sholom Home West or donor's favorite charity. SHIVA 11995 Tapestry Lane, Mtka. (Sun. & Mon. eve.) Arr. Hodroff & Sons, 612-871-1234.
Published on June 7, 2003
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