April 26, 2017

Martin Ableser died March 12 at 74. Survived by wife Lucy; daughter Deanna (Ken) Jaffee; 1 grandchild. Hillside

Edward Blake died March 11 at 92. Survived by daughter Shortie; 3 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren. Hillside

Barbara Edson died March 17 at 85. Survived by daughters Libby (John), Lisa, Dori (Charles) Boyles; 5 grandchildren. Hillside

Donald Field died March 12 at 83. Survived by wife Gail; daughter Kristi (Todd) Contreras; sons Gary, Kyle; 7 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Hillside

William Genego died March 8 at 66. Survived by stepsons Nicolo Nourafchan, Lorenzo Nourafchan, Leonardo Nourafchan; brother John. Hillside

Ellis Gusky died March 18 at 102. Survived by 2 grandchildren. Hillside

June Heiser died March 9 at 100. Survived by daughter Judith Schiffner (Herbert Klein); son Joel; 4 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; sister Lila Matlin; brother Julius Levine. Hillside

Joseph Levy died April 1 at 87. Hillside

Robert Marks died March 6 at 91. Survived by wife Barbara Shafer; son Randy. Hillside

Richard Steinberg died March 6 at 89. Survived by son Andrew (Desiree); 1 grandchild. Hillside  

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