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Michael Krinsky

Michael L Krinsky

November 20, 1945 - January 8, 2021
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Service Details

  • Service

    Sunday, January 10th, 2021 | 10:00am
    When
    Sunday, January 10th, 2021 10:00am
    Location
    Private
    Address
    Private

Donations

Donations are being accepted for:
National MS Society

P.O. Box 91891, Washington, DC 20090

Baltimore Humane Society

1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136

Obituary

Michael L. Krinsky, 75, of Baltimore, MD passed away on Friday, January 8, 2021. He is survived by his loving wife, Marilyn Krinsky (nee Gerber); sister, Carole (Frederick) Harris; brother-in-law, Melvin (late Karen) Gerber and sister-in-law, Arlene (late Phillip) Miller; also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Leonard and Elaine Krinsky.

Funeral services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, P.O. Box 91891, Washington, DC 20090 or the Baltimore Humane Society, 1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136.
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harvey holzman

Posted at 09:50pm
Mike and I go back at least 40 years as we were both avid stamp collectors and would see each other many times a year at stamp shows. He was such a nice guy who had great stories to tell. While our paths have not crossed recently I will miss him as I am sure so will the local stamp collecting community.
Harvey A. Holzman
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Evelyn & Gary Brager

Posted at 07:02pm
So sad and sorry to learn of Michael's passing. He was a very congenial, well-read person. I enjoyed our conversations about the many subjects in which we shared an interest. May your memories of Michael help sustain you.
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Edward Gerber

Posted at 05:03pm
Aunt Marilyn,
It is so hard to put into words the love and warmth I have always felt for you and Uncle Michael. The love, wisdom, and support that my Uncle Michael has given to me throughout my life is truly immeasurable. He and yourself have been amongst my greatest supporters along my journey ... through both triumphs and setbacks.
I will never forget the late-night runs on Fridays to Godfather’s Pizza or the wonderfully impromptu adventure to the Boardwalk, when we returned in the wee hours of the morning chanting “Lawrence ... Lawrence of Arabia!” Uncle Michael’s dedication to my intellectual and emotional well-being has stood out forever in my heart and mind, and I am truly sorry for not having spent more time with you both over the recent years. I find myself thinking of Uncle Michael often — especially when waking up on the sofa at 4:00am Saturday morning to the History Channel and viewing the latest numismatic offerings on the Coin Shopping Network. I love you both.
Eddie
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Mark Hotz

Posted at 03:01pm
So sad to learn of Mike's passing. We shared so many good times numismatically over many years. He was always a cheerful presence and a fountain of knowledge. Rest in peace, my friend!
LK

Linda Krinsky

Posted at 11:43am
Marilyn,
When we were young summer vacations always meant long car rides to Philadelphia to visit Grandparents and Aunt Salome and often included a day trip to Baltimore to visit Uncle Len, Aunt Elaine, Michael and Carole and a basset hound or two!
As is the case with family that is scattered staying connected is difficult, but youthful memories filled with Michael’s laughter and quick wit is much easier to remember.
I am so sorry for your loss.
RC

Roz Cornblatt

Posted at 11:24am
To Marilyn, Melvin, Arlene and the whole Krinsky Family.
My deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved husband, father, and brother in law.
I fondly remember our good times growing up with you on Gist and Nelson Avenues. So sorry for your loss.
Roz (Radinsky) Cornblatt, also known as “Meatball”
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Cousin Herschel Beker

Posted at 10:58am
Marilyn,
Our deepest condolences to you and family.
May Michael's memory be a blessing to all who knew him.
Herschel and Jennifer Beker
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Rosemary Hyland

Posted at 08:47pm
First cousins who only played together occasionally as children and saw each other infrequently as adults. Not our choice but because our dads had followed their brides 'home,' Michael's to Maryland and mine to New York. But whenever I was with Michael, and then Marilyn, it was as comfortable as if it happened all the time. Michael was funny and caring, and I loved knowing he was there. Like when my husband was seriously ill and one night I picked up the phone and Michael was on the other end, just checking in. It makes me sad knowing that won't happen again. I hope you have found peace.
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Sheila Mentz

Posted at 06:46pm
Dear Marilyn,
We were so saddened to hear of Michael's passing. I remember the good times and the fun that we had when we went out together. May the wonderful life that you shared be a comfort to you. Our deepest and most heartfelt sympathy. May his memory be a blessing.
MM

Morty Marcus

Posted at 10:24am
I have probably not seen or talked to Michael for over 60 years, but I remember him well from Ethland Avenue in n Forest Park, about a
block from my home.
Michael was always fun to be around and had a great sense of humor, although he loved to tease us younger kids and scared the heck out of me with wild stories about Garrison Junior High School.
My condolences on your loss.
AN

Arlene Nusbaum

Posted at 09:18am
Marilyn
I am so sorry for your loss and will always remember Michael's beaming smle May his memory be a blessing. Sending a lot of love.
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Anita Goldsmith

Posted at 08:55am
Marilyn, you were so devoted to Michael. I was your maid of honor 53 years ago.
Cherish your wonderful memories together.
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Carole Harris

Posted at 09:17pm
As my older brother, Michael was always there to tease me, but he provided valuable support to me throughout my life. He will be greatly missed. May you... Rest In Peace
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Ruthye Steinberg

Posted at 09:08pm
Dear Marilyn
My deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved husband, Michael. My heart and thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
BW

Barry Walpert

Posted at 07:37pm
Michael was one of my favorite cousins growing up. We both attended family sedars for lots of years.
Always a smile, never a bad remark about anyone.
Michael may your Rest In Peace.
MG

Marcia and Steve Greenfield

Posted at 02:33pm
Marilyn, we are deeply saddened to hear about Michael's passing. We know you had a wonderful marriage and remember the years when we saw you in Shul at Winands together with other family members. We hope you are comforted by memories of good times you had together. Please accept our deepest condolences . Baruch Dayen Haemet.
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Alan Lee Luchinsky

Posted at 01:34pm
I am deeply saddened to learn of Michael's passing. Michael was a friend from the old neighborhood area in Forest Park. My deepest condolences go out to you, Marilyn and the whole family
LM

Leslie Mensh

Posted at 01:06pm
Marilyn,
I've had the pleasure of playing Mah Jongg on line w/you in the evening and want to convey my sincere sympathy to you and your family. May his memory forever be for a blessing...
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