Stephan R. Leimberg
unseenimages.com
September 28, 2020

Editor’s Note: Fernandina Beach Pride hosted a “Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg” event on the steps of the Nassau County Courthouse in Fernandina Beach. As previously reported, over 75 people attended the early Saturday night event.  We thank Stephan R. Leimberg  for his willingness to share some of his photographs with our readers.

 

Ron Kurtz delivers address. Photo courtesy of Stephan R. Leimberg

“A Conversation shared by a Father with his Daughter”
Address delivered by Ron Kurtz:

“To my daughter Nola… Yesterday a great person passed away after devoting her life to fighting for equality to ensure a better future for a little girl (and boy) like you.  Her commitment to uphold these ideals was so strong that rather than step down for her health and spend her last days with family and friends, she continued to be the voice of the marginalized and under-represented that find their basic rights threatened once again.  Remember her for what she stood for and use her life as an example of just how powerful a little girl (or boy) can become.  Mourn her today, honor
 her tomorrow…Our future is going to depend on the next round of RBG’s to keep injustice and hypocrisy in check!”
About Leimberg:

A native of Wildwood, New Jersey (another barrier island), Leimberg makes his home on Amelia Island. While residing in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, Steve taught Estate and Business Succession Planning in the Tax Masters Programs at Temple University Law School , Villanova University Law School, and the American College.

On Amelia Island , Leimberg works as a professional portrait and wildlife fine arts photographer. To view more of Leimberg’s work visit www.unseenimages.com We appreciate Leimberg’s many contributions to the Fernandina Observer.

Photographers can submit their photos to susan@fernandinaobserver.com Fernandina Observer Incorporated is committed to protecting the copyright and intellectual property of others. Content provided to the Fernandina Observer must be content that does not violate copyright or intellectual property of others.

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DAVID LOTT
DAVID LOTT
1 year ago

A nice tribute!

Brian E. Downey
Brian E. Downey
1 year ago

So pleased you give me the opportunity to comment as I was preparing a letter to the editor to send the same message saving me the trouble.

I recognize Mr Leimberg’s name as the drafter of the recent “Little Red Book” that was included with a recent newspaper edition. I had not known he had taught at Villanova University School of Law as I was a 1967 graduate. This is a repeat presentation of the recent two page ad in the same paper that Dr. John Baker so excellently subsequently rebutted.

My comment on Mr. Leimberg’s expensive investment in divisiveness: Another use of diverse and chosen at random quotes out of context to accomplish what? It does not surprise me he was a supporter of Justice Ginsberg. She, as a member of the Supreme Court, regularly contributed so much of what our society had devolved into, and particularly including the death of approaching 60 million of our babies (certainly among of the marginalized mentioned above). His Red Book, modeled on Mao’s (and ironically so) suggests Mr. Leimberg is also seeking a “Cultural Revolution”. Not in our country, Mr. L.

RIP for Justice Ginsberg, She was also a child of God…too bad she never recognized all His other children. So ironic when one reads and appreciates the address above quoted from Mr. Kurtz to the child, Nola! But unfortunately, hypocrisy reigns supreme.

Brian E. Downey
Brian E. Downey
1 year ago

As expected, freedom of the press is also dead or at least selectively applied.

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