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Jay Norman WEINBERG

June 30, 1942September 12, 2020

Jay Norman WEINBERG was born on June 30, 1942 and passed away on September 12, 2020 and is under the care of El Camino Memorial - Sorrento Valley.

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Jay Norman WEINBERG

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Frances Powell

September 28, 2020

Dear Marcia,

We are all going to miss Jay very much. Words, no matter how kind, can't mend your heartache. However, we want you to know we love you and wish you the comfort of being surrounded by family and friends who are there for you and can help you through this difficult time.

Jay was an amazing and interesting man. From his stories about his unique life to his knowledge of antiques, jewelry, cars, sports, and so much more, there never was a lack of stimulating conversation.

He was great with kids of all ages and always took the time to talk with them and get to know their interests. Brandon and Dylan loved Jay and often told stories of their "Buddy Jay" to their friends.

"What we have once enjoyed we can never lose; all we have loved deeply becomes a part of us."

Jay will be in our hearts and memories forever.

Sending you our love, hugs, and kisses,
Frances, Tom, Brandon and Dylan

Valerie Philpot Sorrells

September 27, 2020

Jay was a good friend and teacher. We miss him terribly. We send our love to Marcia, Scott and Julie.
Jay when he would sit down with clients would always remind them how short life can be and to be good to yourself because you never know how much time we have on this earth.
Our love,
Valerie and Davie

Susan Kreitzer

September 23, 2020

Dear Marcia,

I am so very sorry for your loss. Please let me know if you need anything.

Your husband was a wonderful piece of work who collected all kinds of things and will be missed by so many.

Love and prayers your way, Susan Kreitzer
Agora Galleries
619-876-3977

Catherine Waters

September 18, 2020

Dear Marsha - I am so sad to hear of Jay's passing. He was so fun to talk to. I would say to my clients - you need to be strong when dealing with Jay - you'll leave happy ... with maybe... not the best deal. I feel like I have lost a friend and I think that many, many people feel that way. I am so sorry for your loss. Catherine

DAVID ROSNER

September 15, 2020

MARSHA, I HAVE BEEN SITTING AROUND TODAY THINKING ABOUT ALL THE WEENIEISMS-
REMEMBER WHEN JAY TOOK ME TO SEE HIS SALE OF AN ASPEN HOME TO A BLIND MAN - THE HOME HAD ABOUT 50 STEEP STEPS TO GET INTO THE HOME AND JUST AT THE ENTRANCE THERE WAS A LARGE INDOOR SWIMMING POOL- I TOLD JAY TO INCLUDE SAFETY VESTS FOR THE OLD MAN-
OR, WHAT ABOUT HIS GENIUS IDEA OF A LESBIAN EQUESTRIAN COMMUNITY? I WAS HIS SUNDAY SHILL FOR SALES OF THE SARATOGA- HOW ABOUT THE CRISTOPHER REEVES BILLBOARD "I LEARNED TO RIDE AT ASPEN EQUESTRIAN"
I THINK ONE OF THE BEST WAS WHEN FUENTES AND I ANNOUNCED HIS $250,000 GIFT TO THE JNF AT HIS 65TH BIRTHDAY PARTY- WHAT ENSUED WAS MASS HYSTERIA AND A WILD HORAH DANCE BY HIS RELIGIOUS FAMILY MEMBERS.
BOTH YOU AND JAY HAVE BEEN GREAT FRIENDS OVER THE YEARS AND I WILL TRULY MISS MY PAL WEENIE.

david rosner

September 15, 2020

WEENIE AND I BET ON FOOTBALL AND WE WOULD PAY OFF
END OF SEASON- WEENIE WON ONE YEAR AND I SENT HIM A CHECK PAYABLE TO "STEADMAN WEINBERG" HIS DOG -
WEENIE COMPLAINED HE COULD NOT CASH CHECK- SO I TOLD HIM TO GET STEADMAN'S PAW PRINT ON THE BACK OF CHECK FOR THE ENDORSEMENT.

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