August 4, 1931 – May 13, 2020
Reva Karinsky was born on August 4, 1931 and passed away on May 13, 2020 and is under the care of Bloomfield-Cooper Jewish Chapels.
Graveside Service will be held on May 17, 2020 at Beth David Cemetery.
They were preceded in death by Sylvia Greenberg (Sister), Gitel Fishelman (Sister). They are survived by Paul Karinsky (Husband), Sharon Karinsky (Daughter), Jerry Karinsky (Son), Dara Monasch (Granddaughter), Matthew Monasch (Grandson), Michael Karinsky (Grandson), Sara Karinsky (Granddaughter).
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- Paul Karinsky, Husband
- Sharon Karinsky, Daughter
- Jerry Karinsky, Son
- Sylvia Greenberg, Sister (deceased)
- Gitel Fishelman, Sister (deceased)
- Dara Monasch, Granddaughter
- Matthew Monasch, Grandson
- Michael Karinsky, Grandson
- Sara Karinsky, Granddaughter
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Sunday, May 17, 2020
May 19, 2020
Cuz Rivie was always fun to be around; I particularly loved her sharp sense of humor. I got to know her fairly well when she worked closely with my father when he was an officer of the YCFC for many years.
Later on when she and Paul had their physical issues, she would call or email me for advice on physical rehabilitation; she knew I would not lead her astray:)
When I had a serious injury last year, she was one of the first people to call me and emailed several times a week to check up on me. She also sent me a book of puzzles to keep me occupied while I was rehabbing in an extended care facility....she probably thought my brain would become soft:)
She was so caring and she did it honestly and without any prompting.....a truly loving person.
I will miss you cuz.....much love forever.....
May 17, 2020
A true gift to all those fortunate enough to be graced with Reva's presence. From Brooklyn to Cranbury... with a heavy heart, my condolences to Reva's family and friends
May 16, 2020
My love and sympathy goes out to Riva's family. She was full of life, love and held a great verve for life. Riva always had a way to bring a smile to your face. I will never forget her and will remembermber our time at Cranberry Rehabilitation Center and Rossmore.