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Obituaries: Week of Feb. 10, 2017

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Harold Alden died Jan. 7 at 88. Survived by wife Geraldine; daughter Tracey (Richard) Martin; sons Tony (Lucinda), David (Dina); 7 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Hillside

Sadie Blumberg died Jan. 12 at 72. Survived by daughter Ethne McGuire; son Morris. Hillside

Fred Evans died Jan. 8 at 79. Survived by wife Elisabeth “Betsy”; daughters Jennifer Levin, Samantha (Dan), Molly (Max); sons Ted (Tracy), John VanSchraeder; 2 grandchildren. Hillside

Steven Feldman died Jan. 6 at 49. Survived by mother Diane; father Daniel; sister Wendy. Hillside

Randy Granovetter died Jan. 12 at 65. Survived by daughter Jo Anna (Vincent) Manganello; brother Richard (Susan) Freidman; 1 grandchild. Hillside

Eleanor Jacobson died Jan. 5 at 94. Survived by daughters Sheryl, Linda; son in-law Jeffrey Rosen; 2 grandchildren;1 great-grandchild. Sholom Chapels

Charles Kuperman died Jan. 12 at 79. Survived by wife Judy; daughter Lisa Veylianti; son John; 3 grandchildren. Hillside

Sylvia Levey died Jan. 8 at 99. Survived by nieces Susan (Hillel) Aronson, Janice; nephews Harry (Pegi), Michael, Albert. Hillside 

Maxine F. Meyer died Jan. 20 at 71. Survived by brother Robert. Simpson Gaus (Kingston, N.Y.)

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