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A teller of tales
BySUSAN DE LA FUENTE
September 4, 2014 13:22
‘If something moves me to tears or laughter,’ she affirms, ‘I’ve learned it’ll probably do the same for other people.’
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A happy Fineblum reads to her grandson.. (photo credit:Courtesy)

Her Woodstock weekend in the summer of ’69 was a seminal event and an enduring thrill for the 17-year-old Deborah Fineblum, a proud second-generation American. Israel wasn’t on her horizon either when she studied for her BA at the University of Maryland, majoring in English, journalism and psychology.

She’s certainly come a long way since then – as she’s now a popular writer, a grandmother of eight and a Torah student of boundless enthusiasm.

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