Stanetsky Memorial Chapels

475 Washington Street, Canton, MA


Enid Lubarsky

July 20, 1934March 4, 2020

Enid Lubarsky of Quincy, MA. Entered into rest on Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at the age of 85.

Daughter of the late Louis and Vitey (Hymoff) Lubarsky, Enid was a life-long Quincy resident, graduating from Quincy High School, Class of 1952. She earned a BS Degree as well as a Master’s Degree in Family Counseling from Eastern Nazarene College and a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Suffolk University. She taught at the Center School in Hanover for 31 years.

After retirement, Enid worked as food demo at BJ’s Wholesale in Weymouth, and earned certificates in Gerontology and Elder Law from UMass Boston. Besides being a life-long learner, she did volunteer work for many organizations. She was a member of Temple B’Nai Shalom in Braintree.

Enid leaves her sister and best friend, Harriet Cohen and her husband David. She is also survived by dear nephew Victor Miller, niece Allison Karsay and her husband Michael, beloved great nephew Justin Miller and great niece Mandi Miller, their mother Kim Miller, great nephew and niece Ava and Michael Karsay, as well as many caring and devoted friends.

Funeral services will be held at Stanetsky Memorial Chapel, 475 Washington Street, Canton, MA on Sunday, March 8th at 1 PM, followed by burial at Sharon Memorial Park, 40 Dedham Street, Sharon, MA.

Shiva will be observed on Monday, March 9th at Temple B’Nai Shalom, 41 Storrs Avenue, Braintree from 2-4 PM and on Tuesday, March 10th at Temple Kol Tikvah, 9 Dunbar Street, Sharon, MA 02067 from 6-9 PM.

Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice.


  • Funeral Service Sunday, March 8, 2020
  • Burial Sunday, March 8, 2020


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Ellen Tattenbaum

March 8, 2020

I am sad and heartbroken to hear about Enid. She was such a dear friend to my Mom and our whole family. She always told me how I was the first baby she ever saw. When she would stay over at our house, I would give her my room and she always mentioned that and the "Seventeen" magazines. She sent me the most beautiful cards over the years and I always loved and appreciated them. She was so kind and so adorable. I loved her so much. My heart and thoughts go out to Harriet and Victor and their whole family. Thinking of you all and sending much love, Ellen

Jean and Walter Young

March 7, 2020

We are sorry to hear this sad news. Enid was so dedicated to her teaching career and we would often see her working late. She made first grade such a special year to our children. We saw her at BJ’s occasionally in later years. A very special lady - Rest In Peace.

Julie Whitt

March 7, 2020

Enid made my son Dell’s the best 1st grade experience any mother could ask for! It was a new town and new school for him! From the beginning to end it was the BEST year we could have imagined❤️❤️❤️

Anne Manna

March 6, 2020

Enid was a good friend and colleague of my sister-in-law, which is how Tony & I met her. She was always interested in others and asked about family members every time we saw her. Sincere sympathy and prayers for her family at this difficult time. God bless you. Tony & Anne Manna, Hanover

Jan S

March 6, 2020

Rest In Sweet Peace Ms Lubarsky. You were adored and will always be remembered by your Hanover kids🙏🏻

Nancy Cavallaro

March 5, 2020

Enid was a wonderful, kind, nurturing teacher with a good soul.
May she rest in sweet peace❤️

Roberta Avant

March 5, 2020

I am heartbroken at Enid’s passing. She came into our family when her dad, Louis, married my mom. My kids and grandkids loved her and she passed on her love of books to them. Wonderful memories of time spent in Boston. Rest In Peace, dear Enid.

wilma sanders

March 5, 2020

Heartbreaking news. Enid was a loving and devoted teacher. Children were fortunate to be in her classroom. Enid was a generous, caring, warm, loyal and devoted friend. I will miss her.
We all will.