Deceased Information

  • DECEASED

    Susan S. Lubin

  • AGE

    86

  • DATE OF DEATH

    Friday, March 11, 2022 (Before Sunset)

  • DATE OF FUNERAL

    Sunday, March 13, 2022

  • TIME OF FUNERAL

    2:30 PM

  • PLACE OF FUNERAL

    Graveside

  • FUNERAL STREAM

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81538568822?pwd=aUw3NnExUDZER3hrUlBodk1PZTJXdz09

    Meeting ID: 815 3856 8822

    Passcode: 088421

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  • OBITUARY

    Susan Lubin was born in Sharon, Pennsylvania on March 3, 1936. She was raised in Cleveland, Ohio, and relocated to Atlanta with her family in 1972.  She is survived by her husband of 65 years, Alvin Lubin, and three daughters Sharon Lubin, Julie Lubin, Kathy Lubin-Binder, and son in Law Steve Binder. She had 4 grandchildren, Selena Ortega Sanchez, Brandi Schleter, Daniel Binder, and Leah Binder, and 3 great-grandchildren, Noah, Autumn, and Luna. She was a career nurse and a member of many Jewish professional organizations. She loved sewing, quilting, horticulture, and volunteering for Jewish organizations including Hadassah, Pioneer Women, and the Zaban Shelter.  She enjoyed studying Torah with the Temple group where she was a long-time member. She was known for her Passover Seders where everybody was always welcome. Due to COVID-19 Shiva will not be observed. 

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  • The Dressler Family

    May the memories of our loved ones remain for a blessing.

  • Ehrens, Ariela

    May Sue's memory be a blessing. She gave so much to our community and was an excellent point of contact for volunteers at Zaban Paradies Couples Center. Her presence will be greatly missed.


  • Daniel Seligman

    Sorry for the loss. Sue was a sweet lady.


  • Lynn and Ed Koffsky

    Lynn and I spent many hours with Sue at our swim aerobics class at LA Fitness. She was so warm and friendly and always had a pleasant smile. May her memory be for blessings.


  • Marci Abrams-Feisntein

    Deepest sympathy on the loss of Sue. She was a very special woman and will be missed by many. Condolences to all the family. Marci Abrams-Feinstein, Hadassah Greater Atlanta, President


  • Bill and Deb Nefsky

    Al and family, Deb and I send our best wishes and condolences on Sue’s passing. We remember the good times socializing with you and the Marmulsteins. May she Rest In Peace.


  • Bill and Deb Nefsky

    Al and family, Deb and I send our best wishes and condolences on Sue’s passing. We remember the good times socializing with you and the Marmulsteins. May she Rest In Peace.


  • Susan Shewmaker

    Susan was a wonderful person,a good friend and a key person in creating the first Hadassah Health Care Professional group of the Atlanta region. She was one of the people Jim and I met when we moved to Atlanta more than twenty years ago and made us feel welcomed. Those of us who knew her through Hadassah appreciated her strong leadership, patience and perseverance. She was highly regarded and much loved by so many. Heartfelt condolences to Al , daughters and their families. May her memory be for a blessing.


  • Jeffrey Kamin

    I am sorry for your loss of Susan, Al and my thoughts are with you and your family.


  • Barbara Scheer-Eason

    Sue will be missed by many in her Temple family. We dedicated our Torah Study class to her this morning. My condolences to Al and the whole Lubin family


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