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Sarabelle Salsburg

Malvern, Pennsylvania

Jun 22, 1927 – Sep 26, 2020


June 22, 1927
September 26, 2020
Malvern, Pennsylvania


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Mauger Givnish Funeral Home - Malvern Obituary

Sarabelle Salsburg, 93, of Newtown Square, PA passed away September 26, 2020.

A woman who always made an impression, Sarabelle Salsburg (nee Mazer) was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, as a teenager, lived for several years in Atlantic City before attending the University of Pittsburgh (where she trained to be a nurse during World War II) and then Penn State, where she met her first husband. A longtime resident of Newtown Square, Sarabelle will be remembered most of all for her artistic eye, personal style, and unapologetic outspokenness. Her passions were the arts, good books, animals, and travel off the beaten path. Right up to the end of her 93 years, she never stopped trying to learn new things and improve herself. She is survived by sons James Waltzer of Chesterbrook and David (Julie) Salsburg of Phoenix, and grandchildren Nicole, Lauren, and Jordan Salsburg.

The family welcomes donations to the Philadelphia Orchestra ( as an expression of sympathy in lieu of flowers.

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So sorry to hear of Sarabelle’s passing. I am glad we got to see her a few years ago. My heart is with my cousin Jim and his brother.

So sorry for the loss of such an amazing woman. I was lucky enough to meet her back in 2013 when I started working at her eye doctors office. Her attitude and spunk just made my day and she always looked so flawless. Sarabelle you will truly be missed.

My Dear Friend, You will be missed.

A few years ago, I had the pleasure of first meeting Sarabelle when I was visiting my Niece. She was interesting, considerate, charming, and spunky. I will miss my few visits to Sarabelle and I know my niece Wynn, feels blessed to have known Sarabell as a friend. She was truly a unique person and has left a delightful footprint on this earth.

So sorry for your loss. I am so glad that I had the pleasure of meeting her. She was truly a remarkable woman.