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Emanuel Steinberg

Emanuel Ralph Steinberg

November 11, 1936 - May 13, 2021
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    Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 | 9:30am
    When
    Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 9:30am
    Location
    Virtual Funeral in Levinson's Chapel
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Obituary

Emanuel Ralph Steinberg, of Owings Mills, Maryland, passed away on Thursday, May 13th, 2021 at the age of 84. He is survived by his wife, Estelle Steinberg (nee Block) ; children, Martin Steinberg and Michele Steinberg. He was predeceased by his brother, Bernard (Alice) Steinberg; parents, Hyman and Augusta Steinberg.

A Virtual funeral will be held on Wednesday, May 19, 2021, at 9:30am. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the charity of your choice.
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Beth Markowitz

Posted at 06:06pm
I'm so sorry to hear of Manny's passing. I had the pleasure of working with Manny when I managed volunteers at Sinai Hospital. Manny was always helpful and upbeat, happy to share stories from his work as a salesman. He always spoke fondly of his family and his pets. Manny was a light, he made my days and the patients' he visited a little brighter. Sending my deepest sympathy.
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Rhonda Drew

Posted at 04:31pm
Manny was one of the best people I have ever known and the world was a better place because of him. He had a special gift of making those around him happy and he was a real "people person". He loved helping people and that was one of the reason why he was such an excellent salesman. He always had a joke and enjoyed sharing wonderful stories. He was a true family man and loved his family and his dog children with all his heart which is why we will be making a donation to a shelter in his name to honor his love for dogs. He will be forever missed and I am so glad that I was able to call him my friend. To the family - When someone you love becomes a memory - the memory becomes a treasure. I will always treasure my memories of Manny. My thoughts are with you all at this most difficult time. With love, Rhonda, Eddie and Justin Drew
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Ray and Sally Hooper

Posted at 11:32am
We became neighbors with Manny and Estelle Steinberg back in 1977. Seeing our moving van had not yet arrived they thoughtfully sent over some needed everyday items, like chairs and even a TV set. That epitomizes the kind of good people they are. Their son Martin was a friend with our daughter Kim and their daughter Michelle was a friend with our daughter Kristi. We still live in the same house but Manny and Estelle have moved several times ending up in Maryland. Still, we kept in touch all these years. Manny and I shared a passion for the Uconn women’s basketball team. Estelle did as well for that matter. We occasionally got together for dinners and Martin spent some time with us a few years ago when he revisited Northfield, Ct.

At times like these I revisit a notion I have had for years regarding the end of life. It seems to me that life is spent with a yearning to know and understand how the world works. We do that to help us get through and enjoy it as best we can. Not just academic things but all of the things that life encompasses. I believe, or more accurately I hope and pray, that when we die we come to know and understand,..., everything. We understand Gods plan and why all things had to be as they were. Including our own demise and that of our loved ones. That would be heaven for me. Until then we simply do not have the capacity to understand such things. Manny now does. Perhaps in his case it will also include knowing every joke that has ever been told. That may be heaven to him.

RIP Manny. You will be missed

Ray and Sally Hooper
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Stephen and Annie Kaplan

Posted at 12:15pm
Dear Estelle,
Memories last forever. We remember fondly your visits to Montreal. It was fun and great seeing you all. Our deepest condolences to you and family.
Love, Annie and Stephen Kaplan
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