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S. Ty Steinberg

S. Ty Steinberg

d. December 14, 2022

 

S. TY STEINBERG, Age 94, of Elkins Park, son of Gimbel and Gertrude Steinberg, and brother of Lenore (Alfred) Bernstein who both predeceased him. Survived by his adored wife of 69 years, Marjorie, sons Michael (Tammy) and Gary (Amy). Also survived by grandchildren, Jason, Aaron, Jacob, Laura, Dylan, and Ethan as well as great-grandchildren Brody, Charlotte, Caleb, Maya, and Jordana. Raised in Oak Lane, graduating from Central, Class 185 and proudly served in the Navy as a Pharmacist Mate. Graduated from Temple University and after jobs with Food Fair, his own appliance sales company, and National Cash Register and at the urging of his father-in-law Mottie, joined Buten Paints, heading sales and later becoming President of the 30-store chain operation. Besides devotion to his family, the most important part of his life was his philanthropic involvement. First, co-founding the B'nai Brith Adelphi Lodge, and from there became involved in The Federation of Jewish Agencies, Israel Bonds, United Way, Jewish Community Centers, Congregation Adath Jeshurun, Golden Slipper Club & Camp Charities, Philadelphia Geriatric Center (Abramson Senior Care), and Moss Rehab. He served each of these organizations as a Vice President, President, or Chairman receiving so many accolades for his tireless involvement over the years. So many of his deepest friendships had been nurtured through his charitable efforts, but he felt that he received much more than was given in so many ways. Ty led Wednesday morning Minyan services at Adath Jeshurun for 52 years - a record that will unlikely ever be surpassed. He enjoyed fishing on his boat, The Red Snapper, named after Marge. Ty worked out three days a week into his 90’s and could be seen on his bike on the boardwalk at the shore every weekend, until a fall the end of 2021, which ultimately led to his passing. He was widely loved and admired by so many long-term friends, neighbors, business associates, those involved with communal activities, and especially by family. Contributions may be made to Congregation Adath Jeshurun’s “Minyan Fund” or to that of the donor’s choice. Funeral services will be on Monday, 12/19 at 11:00AM at Congregation Adath Jeshurun, 7763 Old York Road, Elkins Park, PA. The service will also be available on zoom at the link below. Interment to follow at Roosevelt Memorial Park, 2701 Old Lincoln Highway, Trevose, PA. Shiva: Monday night starting at 6:45 PM with Minyan at 7:15 PM at The Social Room at The Briar House, 8302 Old York Road, Elkins Park, PA.
 
We pray that Ty's soul be bound up in the bond of eternal life. May his memory inspire blessing after blessing.

Funeral services can be watched here: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86140175502?pwd=dDdYTEhoWmFIWUlCMEJxVlVoSUU0UT09

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