Eulogy for Noa Freudberg


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My dear friend Noa Freudberg, Noel bat Joseph, tragically died on September 30, 2021. We met in Torah study class at Shomrei Emunah, and she became the God-given sister I never had.

A licensed social worker, Noa made many contributions to society, to her patients and to the many people whose lives she touched and saved. She was   bright, talented  kind and compassionate.  She  was Educated at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Pittsburgh, Noa had great analytical skills and social justice values. She worked at University Hospital in Newark as a medical social worker. She was also in private practice for many years. Many psychiatrists would refer patients to Noa because of her skill, kindness and empathy.

Noa loved animals and her dream was to work on a farm, rescuing abused animals. She volunteered with many social action committees.

Noa was a God-given sister whom I loved very much. She was there for me when my mother was dying. I will miss her every day – her smile, her jokes and all my times with her

May the memory of Noa Freudberg be a blessing.

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5 thoughts on “Eulogy for Noa Freudberg

  1. Thank you for your heartfelt eulogy to Noa. I didn’t know her well, but seeing her face, I remember a kind, smiling woman, who was always ready to help, I am so sorry she passed away. May her memory be a blessing.
    Natalie Baff

  2. Thank you for writing this Eulogy. I always enjoyed learning with Noa in Torah study in the pre covid days. Noa was a special person and it is wonderful of you for sharing her specialness with our members.

  3. Cheryl, This was a beautiful tribute to Noa. She was so kind and so interested in community and learning. She will certainly be missed.

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