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In Loving Memory of

Norman Lubarsky

March 28th, 2024


Norman Lubarsky, 94, died on March 28, 2024. After growing up in Chicago's Lawndale neighborhood where he made dear lifelong friends, he remained in the Chicago area married to his beloved wife Esther for 52 years. While he loved theater, music, playing tennis, and cheering for Chicago's sports teams, his biggest joy and pride was his family. He is survived by children Ellen (Bradley) Falkof, Jay (Katie) Lubarsky, Susie Feldman, grandchildren Adam (Emily) Falkof, David (Lauren) Falkof, Sarah (James) Falkof, Allison (Nick) Money, Emily (Alex) Quinn, Scottie (Courtney) Feldman, Sami Feldman, Hallie Feldman and his six great-grandchildren. His burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial tributes appreciated to RUMC-Parkinson's Disease Research, Rush Office of Philanthropy, 28057 Network Place, Chicago, IL 60673-1280.

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