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Obituaries: July 19, 2019

Rosalie Behar died June 16 at 87. Survived by daughters Rachel (Andy) Sees, Rebecca (Michael) Johnson, Anna (Brian) Russell. Malinow and Silverman

Charles Bercy died June 14 at 73. Survived by wife Elaine; 3 children; 4 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Irvin Milton Broudy died June 15 at 98. Survived by wife Bonnie; son Robert (Tammy); 2 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Herbert Ivan Cooper died June 18 at 91. Survived by wife Francine; sons Peter (Yunhee Min) Tolkin, Neal Allen, Paul (Donna Chisolm), Jonathan Tolkin; daughter Jennifer (Bob) MacCracken; 11 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Richard Clay Crummett died July 7 at 72. Survived by wife Loreli; sons Jason Irvin, Thomas (Cheryl), Daniel (Amber); daughter Leigh-Ann (Harrison); 3 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

George Dern died June 13 at 81. Survived by sons Jonathan (Patricia May), Michael (Wendy), Randy (Michelle Rene Savala); 5 grandchildren; sister Marilyn (Rabbi Jonathan) Berkowitz; brother Jordan (Cindi). Mount Sinai

Sheila Ellman died May 12 at 70. Survived by husband Bruce; daughter Heather (Adam); son Josh; 2 grandchildren; sisters Naomi, Pamela, Francyne. Hillside

Stanley Maurice Feldman died May 30 at 88. Survived by daughters Sharon (Stuart) Levine, Judy (Russell) Smith; son David (Maureen); 6 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Blossom “Bobby” Fink died June 8 at 91. Survived by daughters Donna Hoffman, Martina (Alan) Fink Sternfeld; 3 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Eileen Harriet Gill died June 17 at 77. Survived by husband Raymond; cousin Michael (Penny) Berman. Mount Sinai

Rachel Giser died June 17 at 98. Survived by sons William (Margaret Locke), Arthur Steve; 2 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild; sister Helen Warshaver; brother Morris Saidel. Mount Sinai

Mildred Blank Greene died June 14 at 91. Survived by niece Ellen Adams; nephews Andy (Geanne) Adams, Reuvan (Esther) Adams, Fievish (Meitra) Adams. Mount Sinai

Israel Gross died June 20 at 90. Survived by wife Lenore; daughter  Vivienne Bocarsly; sons Joel, Howard; 3 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Annette Hartman died June 15 at 97. Survived by daughter Hilary (Bob) Hartman Kip; 2 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Marc I. Hayutin died June 11 at 75. Survived by wife Stephanie; daughter Amy (Jesse) Contreras; son Matthew (Lizette); 4 grandchildren; sisters Diane Geller, Randi Storm, Adele. Mount Sinai

Sally Marie Kaplan died June 16 at 67. Survived by husband William; son Zachary; sister Maureen (Stan) Herbert brother Elliot Klein. Mount Sinai

Edna Kohn died June 12 at 101. Survived by nieces Judy Wendor, Sue Nober, Dorie Fasbender; nephews Irwin Greenberg Michael Garfinkel. Mount Sinai

Stanley S. Levin died July 8 at 83. Survived by wife Judy; daughters Sandra, Ann (Stephen) Stonehouse; son Allan; 2 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Ruth Ockman died June 16 at 98. Survived by daughter Carol (Peggy Waller); son Stuart (Carol); 2 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Malinow and Silverman

Stanley Pesner died June 12 at 86. Survived by wife Lila; daughters Vicki (Gregory) Bischoff, Linda (Robert) Redhead; sons Barry (Jeannie), Gary; 9 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; sister Roberta Becker. Malinow and Silverman

Bracha Rappaport died June 15 at 79. Survived by husband Morton; sons Oren (Orit), Ron (Sari); 6 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Sally M. Roberts died June 14 at 85. Survived by daughters Pamela (Robert Grlick), Gwen (Michael) Sokoloff; son Craig; 2 grandchildren; sister Barbara Trellis. Mount Sinai

Barry Rose died June 18 at 72. Survived by wife Gari; daughter Lisa Rose Mangano; son Jason Michael Rose; 1 grandchild; sister Nancy. Mount Sinai

Carol Ann Rosen-Higgins died June 8 at 79. Survived by husband Scott. Mount Sinai

Lois Eve Rosenfeld died May 13 at 81. Survived by sons Paul (Sue), Lee (Sally); 7 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; brother, Michael (Ellen) Sternfeld. Mount Sinai

Leonard J. Roth died July 7 at 84. Survived by wife Joann; sons Brad (Justine), Bill (Kara), Keith (Daisy) Kops; daughters Luanne (Adam) Markowitz, Mimi (Terry) Robinson; 12 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Edward Ruby died June 8 at 94. Survived by daughter Marla (Roger) Inman; son Neal (Andee); 5 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren. Malinow and Silverman

Noah T. Saxe died June 13 at 84. Survived by wife Nancy; daughters Ruth Strode, Dana Brener; son Jay; 6 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; sister Minna. Mount Sinai

Rhoda Unger died June 9 at 73. Survived by cousins Susan Jischefske, Lorraine Arnold, Barbara Artson, Joanie Friedman. Mount Sinai

Betty Rubinstein Walla died June 7 at 95. Survived by daughters Arlene (Doug) Braun, Marsha (Douglas) David; 3 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; sisters Miriam Feldman, Shirley Mednick, Carol Waters; brother Jack Haber. Mount Sinai

Richard L. Warner died June 19 at 89. Survived by wife Harriet; sons Scott (Susan Bell-Warner), Kevin (Ronnie); 4 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

David William Wilkin died June 7 at 56. Survived by wife Cheryl; mother Judith; brothers Jon, Douglas, Richard. Mount Sinai

Tmira Yaoz died June 7 at 83. Survived by son Erez (Jill); 1 grandchild. Malinow and Silverman

Sofiya Zask died June 12 at 80. Survived by husband Yakov; son Ross; brothers Alexander Brantvein, Jim Brunt. Mount Sinai n

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