Robin Powell Silverstein, 76, of Decatur, Ga., and formerly of Longboat Key, died Oct. 22.
Born May 18, 1936, in Atlanta, she attended the University of Georgia and spent most of her life in Augusta, Ga. She lived on Longboat Key for 10 years before moving back to Augusta.
Mrs. Silverstein enjoyed golf, tennis, walking, travel, movies, music, theater, cards, reading, cooking, dancing and dinner clubs. She was a lifetime member of Adas Yeshuran Synagogue in Augusta.
Mrs. Silverstein is survived by her former husband, Bernie Silverstein, of Augusta; daughters, Lynn Silverstein Jackson, of Destin, and Mary Silverstein, of Decatur; son, Louis Silverstein, of Augusta; and two grandsons.
A service took place Tuesday, Oct. 23.
Memorial contributions may be made in Mrs. Silverstein’s name to Adas Yeshuran Synagogue, 935 Johns Road, Augusta, Ga., 30904.
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