Marsha Trabitz Greenblum

MARSHA K. TRABITZ GREENBLUM died Friday, March 9 2012 at Van Dyke Hospice @ Community Medical Center, Toms River. She was 59

Born in Brooklyn, she lived in Jackson for the past 7 years.

Marsha was the beloved wife of Bill Greenblum; loving mother of Garen Zwick and her husband Robert of Manalapan and Justin Greenblum and his wife Carla of Staten Island. She was also the cherished daughter of Herbert and Dolores Trabitz of Florida; dear sister of Mitchell Trabitz and his wife Pamela of Brooklyn and Jack Trabitz and his wife Roseanne of Long Beach, NY. The greatest joys of her life were her grandchildren Matthew Zwick and Riley Greenblum, and her daughter Garen's twins due to be born later this spring.

She is also survived by her first cousin, who was like a sister to her, Adrienne Maidenbaum; and aunt Goldie Singer and her sister-in-law Arlene Goldberg.

Funeral Services will be held on Monday at 11:00 am in Bloomfield Cooper Jewish Chapels 44 Wilson Avenue (Route 527) Manalapan NJ. (If you are using a GPS for directions please use 44 Wilson Avenue ENGLISHTOWN, NJ 07726). Interment will follow at Mount Sinai Cemetery, Marlboro.

Shiva will be observed at Garen and Robert Zwick's home on Monday from after the burial until 8:00 PM, then on Tuesday and Wednesday from 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

In Lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Heather Newman Fund, In trust for Emma and Sophia, c/o Francine Newman, 7046 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10307


  • Funeral Service Monday, March 12, 2012

Marsha Trabitz Greenblum

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Mikie Schmidt

March 15, 2012

Marsha, I will always remember our Florida outlet shopping adventures, what a blast we had with Adrienne and Toby. I know that you are sorely missed by your dear "sister" Adrienne, and your family and friends. Always in our hearts...

Barbara Rabitz-Fortunato

March 11, 2012

Marsha was a great friend, and co-worker. We laughed, cried and danced up a storm at my 50th birthday party, which I will never forget. Your friendship will forever be cherished. You were by far, one of the most amazing people with strength and courage I have ever met. May you rest in peace. I will miss you and am so glad I have so many photos and wonderful memories. I will love you forever.

March 11, 2012

Marsha and I worked together , for several years .
Marsha was an amazing co-worker . Gave her all , to accomplish amazing things .
When she left , there was a void , however , it was time for her , and Bill , to enjoy .
I am so glad they took the time , and did , what they wanted to do.
This loss is a temporary one . We will be welcomed by Marsha , and all her family , as well as Heather Newman .
In Time .
God Bless you , Marsha , I will miss you , but only forever !
Bob Ryan .