A teller of tales

‘If something moves me to tears or laughter,’ she affirms, ‘I’ve learned it’ll probably do the same for other people.’

By SUSAN DE LA FUENTE
September 4, 2014 13:22
4 minute read.
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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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