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Stacey Greenberger Memorial Donation

STACIA PLEVA GREENBERGER, 84, longtime resident of Evanston and Longboat Key, FL, passed away on March 25 after a heroic battle against cancer. Beloved wife of the late Ernest Greenberger, devoted mother of Jim Greenberger (wife: Ellen) of Wilmette, IL and Dan Greenberger (wife: Genevieve Dutil) of Los Angeles, CA, proud grandmother of Gregory and Jeremy Greenberger, and Molly Myhill-Greenberger, and loving sister of Manya Jo Pleva of Chicago. Stacey was born in Hammond, IN, studied at Drake University, the University of Iowa and Northwestern University, and was a fixture in the social and artistic life of Evanston. She was heavily involved in the Evanston Art Center and served for many years as a docent at the Chicago Architecture Foundation. She was an avid bridge player and tireless hostess. According to her wishes, there will be no funeral or memorial service. A party celebrating her life will be held on Saturday, May 16, 1:30 - 5 p.m. at The Mather, 425 Davis Street, Evanston. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/chicagotribune/obituary.aspx?n=stacia-g...

Stacey Greenberger, a dual resident of Evanston, IL, and Longboat Key, FL, passed away on March 25, 2015 at age 84 from cancer.  She is remembered for her cultural involvement in the Chicago-Metro area, which included her active role at the Evanston Art Center.  Stacey was a former EAC Board of Trustee member and loved her involvement with the Art Center over many decades.  Her family has established a donation fund in her memory.

 

Stacey Greenberger, a dual resident of Evanston, IL, and Longboat Key, FL, passed away on March 25, 2015 at age 84 from cancer. She is remembered for her cultural involvement in the Chicago-Metro area, which included her active role at the Evanston Art Center. Stacey was a former EAC Board of Trustee member and loved her involvement with the Art Center over many decades. Her family has established a donation fund in her memory.

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