Harold Jay Einbinder

Harold Jay Einbinder

Harold Jay Einbinder, 17year resident of St. James Plantation peacefully passed away at home on July 11, 2020 at the age of 73.

Always an optimist, quick with a joke, an engaged communicator and an educator to the core, Harry lived his life to the fullest. Along with his wife Nancy they raised two daughters, and were later joined by seven grandchildren. As a graduate of SUNY Oswego, he began his career as a shop teacher, ultimately completing his EdD in Educational Administration from Dowling College. In 2002 he retired from Sachem Public Schools on Long Island as an Assistant Superintendent.   In his retirement he found his passion giving back to the community as a member of the St James Fire Department, first as an EMT and then as the Assistant Chief. He was also a volunteer and board member at New Hope Clinic.   When not running out the door on EMT calls, he enjoyed traveling the world with his wife Nancy, fishing with the grandkids, refilling his many bird feeders, or fine tuning one of his beautiful photography projects. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he grew up in Far Rockaway and is preceded in death by his parents, Betty & Louis Einbinder.   He is loved and will be greatly missed by his wife of 52 years Nancy, his daughters Jennette Flacksenburg & Rebecca Kelley, his son-in-law Chris Flacksenburg, granddaughters Jessica Flacksenburg, Haven Kelley, Brittan Kelley, and Teagan Kelley and grandsons Matthew Flacksenburg, Grayson Kelley, and Finnian Kelley.   He is also survived by his brother and sister in-law Ben and Bunny Augello, his brother Larry Einbinder and numerous nieces and nephews.   

Because of the pandemic, a celebration of life will occur at a later date. Anyone wishing to make a donation on his behalf may do so to either The New Hope Clinic (newhopeclinicfree.org) or Lower Cape Fear LifeCare Hospice (lifecare.org).


Online condolences may be made at www.brunswickfuneralservice.com

 

Harold Jay Einbinder
St. James Community
07/11/2020
Brooklyn, New York
12/31/1946
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