29 March, 1950 – 7 August, 2018
Naomi Greenberg was born on March 29, 1950 and passed away on August 7, 2018 and is under the care of Schwartz Brothers-Jeffer Memorial Chapels.
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5 June 2020
I only met her when I was a few years old, but I wouldn't exist if it weren't for her. For that, I thank her with the entirety of my soul, and wish I could have known her more.
18 November 2018
Naomi and I connected on issues of conscientious objection & taxes. While many of our conversations were in passing such as at vigils, it was always meaningful. I appreciate the joy and clarity she shared and feel honored to have known to have her. I'll miss you, gentle spirit.
17 November 2018
If each of us "puts our bodies where our mouths are" and does just one action towards making life fuller for our fellow human beings, that's more than nothing. Naomi took at least one action a day. I could not be involved in Morningside social actions when Naomi began working closely with Morningside, so I did not work with her on today's challenges - but I a savor my first meeting with Naomi: at the Quaker Meeting House in Flushing. She invited Morningsiders and walked us through the moments of history throughout the Meeting House, sharing with us the stories behind the gatherings there and the struggle to keep it with us. A photo of her beloved Meeting House: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Old-quaker-house-flushing.jpg
Tita Beal Anntares
12 November 2018
Naomi always brought a strong passion and a loving spirit to our Morningside Meeting. I appreciated her presence greatly and am glad our paths crossed. Rest In Peace and power dear friend
5 October 2018
Deeply saddened to hear of Naomi’s passing. Just found out! She was a brave and fearless voice who did not hesitate to support and protest on behalf of the voiceless and marginalized. Thank you Naomi!
May you Rest In Peace.
Julie M Finch
29 September 2018
I am so sorry to hear of Naomi Paz Greenberg's passing. I will always remember her leadership at Flushing Friends Meeting when our 15th St. Meeting's Peace and Social Justice Committee traveled out to Flushing to join her. We all stood in a vigil at the US Army Induction office there. She was a firm anti-war activist. I will miss her.
28 September 2018
Naomi made wonderful contributions to our Quaker and restorative circles. We admire her courage and miss her terribly.
7 September 2018
I always enjoyed seeing and talking with Naomi at the war tax resister gatherings we were both at. Her spirit, passion, and dedication were evident. I'll miss her.
4 September 2018
She was a wonderful and caring person, who was dedicated to making this world a better and more peaceful place. RIP
2 September 2018
Oh! What a sad news although this is inevitable in everyone's life. We come alone and also go alone.However, kith and kin and friends particularly with whom we have interacted closely in life leave an indelible mark and memory. Dear Naomi has been one such great and genial individual. I regret I have not seen her for quite some time. My sympathies to the grieving family. May her soul rest in peace. She will be in my prayers.
Bill and Joyce Ruhaak
25 August 2018
Naomi has been a loyal friend for years. She and a friend have spent hundreds, yes hundreds, of hours working on my war tax resistance case through the courts. Her dedication to working for peace is still inspiring. As she often
quoted Arundhati Ray, "The trouble is that once you see it, you can't unsee it."
Bill & Joyce
19 August 2018
Naomi, you were a special light at NYQM, and I will miss your strength and gentle humor.
19 August 2018
I am sad to hear of Naomi’s passing. She was courageous and determined. We shared an interest in the history of Quaker education . She was a good friend to us, and the Friends Seminary community and I hold her in the Light.
19 August 2018
Naomi was a woman of deep integrity and great strength. She worked tirelessly for peace. I miss her and will hold her in the Light.