Jack J. Steinberg

August 7, 1930July 26, 2019

Augusta, GA – Mr. Jack J. Steinberg, 88, passed away on Friday, July 26, 2019. Mr. Steinberg was a lifelong Augusta resident, where he was self-employed and owned his own business, Steinberg & Associates Accounting. Prior to this he, his wife Sue, and brother, M.K. Steinberg, owned and operated Burke Manufacturing Co. in Waynesboro, GA. He was a graduate of Richmond Academy of Augusta and the University of Georgia. He was one of the youngest Eagle Scouts in Augusta. He was an Enrolled Agent, and a member of the GA Association of Professional Accountants, National Society of Accountants, and National Association of Tax Preparers. Mr. Steinberg was a former President of the Augusta Federation of Jewish Charities, an active member of Adas Yeshurun Synagogue, Congregation Children of Israel, and the Augusta Jewish Community Center. He belonged to Rotary Clubs in both Waynesboro and Augusta, and was very proud to be the Founding President of the Augusta Jewish Museum. He honorably served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Mr. Steinberg is preceded in death by his parents, Allen and Sarah Steinberg; wives, Sue K. Steinberg and Carol V. Steinberg; granddaughter, Talia F. Agler; brother, M.K. Steinberg; and sister, Gloria Luntz. Survivors include his daughter, Mindy S. Agler (Rabbi Richard) of Tavernier, FL; step-children, Jenny (Steve McKeown) Jarrard of Plano, TX, and James (Karen) Jarrard of Warner Robins, GA; brother, Stanley “Mickey” (Marilyn) Steinberg of Atlanta, GA; grandchildren, Jesse (Tovah) Agler and Sarah Agler, and great-grandson Jonah Agler, all of San Diego, CA; and step-grandchildren, Chris Jarrard and A.J. (Ashley)Jarrard, and step-grandson Colton Jarrard. He was a beloved uncle to numerous nieces and nephews. Mr. Steinberg was an engaging story teller, and loved to share his wealth of information about family and Augusta history. He was a very generous and caring man to all who knew him. The family would like to thank MYD Services of Augusta for their excellent care of Mr. Steinberg, particularly David Day, Lylah, Tina, Edna, and Tonya, as well as St. Joseph Hospice. In lieu of flowers, the family wishes for donations to be made in Jack Steinberg’s memory to the Augusta Jewish Museum, P.O. Box 14279, Augusta, GA 30909 or Graveside services will be held at 11am on Monday, July 29, 2019, at Westover Memorial Park, 2601 Wheeler Rd, Augusta, GA 30904, with Rabbis David Sirull and Robert Klensin officiating. Elliott Sons Funeral Home on Columbia Rd. is handling the arrangements.


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Robyn Wittenberg Dudley

July 21, 2020

Jack Steinberg, the quintessential historian and civic leader, gave so much to the CSRA Community throughout his life and I know he would be proud of the legacy that he has left with the progress of the Augusta Jewish Museum. His dream of saving the oldest standing synagogue in Georgia, where he had his Bar Mitzvah as I understand, has happened with the opening of Phase One in early 2021. Thank you Jack for your aspirations and dreams of preserving the CSRA Jewish Heritage and creating the Augusta Jewish Museum. Your memory is a blessing.

Tim Becton

July 28, 2019

I am Praying for his family. I have fond memories of Jack and Sue from my days working the summer with my Dad, Johnny Becton, at Burke Mtg. Company. He would always talk to me about growing up. My Dad passed away June 24th. He always thought the world of Mr. Steinberg.

Bren Verdery-DeVaney

July 28, 2019

Tom and I are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Jack Steinberg. Very few people in my life that I had as much respect for. He was my accountant for over 25 years. He was so much more than my accountant, he was my friend, a mentor, and often times when life’s difficulties would arise , my counselor, encourager and advisor. I am forever grateful to have known Jack and had such an amazing, caring and smart man in my life! This world has said goodbye to one of the really good ones. Not likely anyone on this earth will ever know all the good he did because that was Jack. Our deepest condolences to all his family and friends! He will be missed! Remarkable, remarkable man!! Rest In Peace my friend! Love you!! 😢💔Bren DeVaney , Savannah River Art Glass, and Tom James, ICCLLC.