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Beverly (Manoff) Steinman
October 11, 2023
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Beverly L. Steinman, 92, died October 11, 2023, in Otterbein Sunset Village, Sylvania. Beverly was born in Toledo to Max and Sylvia (Eisler) Manoff. She was a graduate of Scott High School, and at age 16, she entered college at the University of Michigan. At age 20, she graduated from the U of M with a degree in Education and a minor in Mathematics. After college, she began her teaching career, both in Toledo Public Schools and Washington Local School districts. Bev's favorite grades to teach were 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades. She also taught the second grade Sunday School class at Temple Shomer Emunim for many years, as well as serving as the Sunday School principal. In later years, Beverly became a Realtor and throughout her life she was actively involved in Jewish women's organizations.
Most of all, Beverly cherished her family. She married her beloved husband Sam in 1952, and they enjoyed 68 years of marriage. Their daughters were the light of Bev's life, along with the grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Bev and Sam had a wonderful group of close friends with whom they traveled extensively. They also enjoyed duplicate bridge, tennis, and dining out. One of Bev's proudest moments was when she became a Life Master in Bridge. She was an avid reader, a wonderful cook, and her sense of style was impeccable.
Bev's energy, wise advice, and loving heart will be missed by all who knew her. The world is less bright and beautiful without our dear Mom, Grandma, and GG.
Beverly is survived by her children, Caryl (Nevin) Liber and Debra (Christopher) Tilley; grandchildren, Jessica (Payton) Cancio, Nicholas (Kendra) Liber, Katherine (Benjamin) Steele, Stephen Tilley, and Robin (Rik) Hull; great-children, Jett and Samantha Cancio, Logan and Gunnar Steele, and Sloane Hull; and sister-in-law, Judi Manoff. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Sam; and her brother, Donald Manoff.
Graveside services will be private. Arrangements are through the Robert H. Wick/Wisniewski Funeral Home (419) 535-5840. The family would like to thank Ashanti Hospice for their care. We request that tributes be made to directly support Israel through the JFNA (Jewish Federations of North America) by donating at jewishtoledo.org, or to the Temple Shomer Emunim Religious School fund, or to the charity of the donor's choice.