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Monday, August 10, 2020

Obituaries, 7/7 issue

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Abraham Alkana died June 23 at 92. Survived by wife Thelma; sons Terry (Helen), Jeffrey (Judy), Eugene (Rosangela); 8 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren; sister Stella Wilder; brother Leslie. Mount Sinai

Alexandra Eichhorst died June 18 at 47. Survived by husband Adam; daughter Avery Madaline; son Adam Paul; mother Sheryl Lewis; father Robert Lewis; brother Michael (Jennifer) Lewis; mother-in-law Marion Belushi. Mount Sinai

Lorraine Ellenbogen died June 23 at 93. Survived by sons Eric, Mark; brother Seymour Ross. Mount Sinai

Peter J. Faerber died June 15 at 71. Survived by wife Linda; brother-in-law John (Caroline) Pulinski; sister-in-law Barbara Kalicki. Mount Sinai

Lois Goldsmith died June 21 at 94. Survived by daughter Ellen (Mel) Kaluzny; son Carl (Michelle) Goldsmith; 4 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Zanne Kibbee died June 23 at 57. Survived by husband Jefferson “Jeff”; sons Zachary (Rachael), Jacob (Lyndy), Maxwell; 2 great-grandchildren; brother Allan Margolis. Mount Sinai

Sara Langer died June 22 at 93. Survived by daughters Connie (Ellis) Cohen, Hana Berman; 3 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Ronald L. Linder died June 19 at 77. Survived by wife Kate; daughters Karyn (Joel) Blair, Janis (Frank) Pupo; sons Jay (Liliya), Jon (Nika); mother Dorothy; 9 grandchildren; sister Jorjann Buzzella; brothers David (Marilyn), Gene; mother-in-law Molly Wolveck; brother-in-law Randy (Gina) Wolveck. Mount Sinai

Herbert Miller died June 12 at 94. Survived by daughter Phyllis (John) Miller-Saavedra; sons Robert (Patti), Barton Miller. Malinow and Silverman

Allen Stuart Moss died June 21 at 90. Survived by wife Tobey; sons David (Jane), Kenneth (Patricia), Howard (Adrea); 7 grandchildren; sister Sarene Meyers; sisters-in-law Roselyne Swig, Miriam Handel. Mount Sinai

Ruth Pilberg died June 20 at 100. Survived by husband Morris Elle; daughters Aileen (Wayne) Winter, Jeannette (David) Jackson, Marilyn (Bruce) Mandel; 8 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Philip Rosenberg died June 21 at age 93. Survived by wife Helen; daughter Susan (Al) Simon; son Scott; 4 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Sholem Weiner died June 21 at 99. Survived by wife Helen; daughter Marsha (Norman Jerome) Spieler; sons Allan (Rebecca), Barry (Patti); 5 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

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