Hal Tzinberg Obituary, Death – On November 16, 2022, Harold (Hal) Tzinberg, who resided in Clayton and was 73 years old, passed away. Hal had a vivacious temperament and a never-ending love for lending a helping hand to those in need. He was a fiercely loving husband, father, grandpa, and brother. Hal was born in Saint Louis. The dynamic and compassionate character that Hal possessed provided as the basis for a fulfilling life spent helping other people. He was the pillar of his family, doting on his daughters and grandkids while at the same time making memories that will last a lifetime through activities such as Sunday night family dinners and travel, particularly to Sanibel Island, which was the family’s favorite vacation spot.
After 48 years of practice, Hal earned a reputation as a highly regarded real estate attorney. Throughout his career, Hal was a partner at Stinson LLP and was routinely named one of The Best Lawyers in America. He was also a mentor to a large number of younger colleagues. His coworkers, friends, and family saw Hal as a powerful presence who was never absent when it came to the individuals he cared about the most. He will be remembered with happiness and a great deal of love both now and in the future.
Debbie, Hal’s devoted wife, is the only person he leaves behind. He is also survived by their daughters, Allie (Dan) Rossini and Emily (John) Caine, as well as their stepbrother, Spencer Garland, and grandchildren, Dylan, Ryan, Cole, Zoey, and Charlie (Betsy). Beloved son of the late Erwin Tzinberg and the late Sara Garland; dear brother and brother-in-law of the late Wendy (Peter) Nathan; cherished son-in-law of the late Adele Marshall and the late Phillip Marshall; and stepson of the late Abe Garland. Erwin Tzinberg and Sara Garland both passed away before their son was born.
Funeral service This event will take place at Congregation Temple Israel, located at #1 Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin Drive, on Sunday, November 20 at 1:00 PM (Ladue at Spoede). No visiting prior to service. Personal burial within the family. Donations to the charity of your choosing can be made in lieu of flowers as a remembrance to the deceased.