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Obituaries: Feb. 21, 2020

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Frances Blumberg died Jan. 11 at 98. Survived by cousins Maxine (Patrick) Reagh, Carol (George Levinthal) Nelson, Wendy Ladin, Mark Ladin. Mount Sinai

Irene Botvinick died Jan. 8 at 83. Survived by husband Stanley; sons Alan, Jeffrey (Allison). Hillside

Jack Stewart Brummer died Jan. 6 at 80. Survived by daughters Sharon Neeley, Stacy (Kenneth) Brock; stepdaughters Lisa (Mo) Earrue, Stacy Spann, Rhoda Gibson; 11 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Edisson Cohen died Dec. 14 at 60. Survived by wife Margielen Alvarado Rodriguez; sons Ovadia Cohen, Daigo Alvarado; mother Elvia Ocana; father Luis Alvarado; sisters Genoveva, Gimena Alvarado; brothers Ignacio, Javier Alvarado;. Chevra Kadisha

Vitaly Faybisovich died Jan. 7 at 82. Survived by wife Ronya Faybisovich; daughter Alicia Gamer; 2 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Matthew Gallon died Jan. 11 at 62. Survived by sons Bradley Davis Moore, Benjamin Joseph, Spencer Alan Moore, Jonathan Elton; sisters Victoria, Sharon (Michael) Reynolds; brother Michael. Mount Sinai

Harlan Richard Garber died Jan. 10 at 86. Survived by wife Karlene; daughters  Laurie (Eric) Fulton, Michele; stepsons Scott (Victoria) Beal, Chris Hinojosa; 6 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

William Gilford died Jan. 13 at 91. Survived by wife Greta; daughter  Susan Pugach; son Jeffrey; 1 grandchild. Mount Sinai

Pearl Grodberg died Jan. 14 at 95. Survived by daughters  Jennifer (Tom), Heather (Lee) Cole, Ann Edwards-Ragone; 3 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

John D. Hebert died Nov. 9 at 83. Survived by daughter Ruth (Brandon); stepsons  Jay Kahn, Wayne Kahn; 3 grandchildren; sisters Della Boulette, Shirley (Ronald) Rossitnol. Mount Sinai

Libby Hershberg died Jan. 12 at 89. Survived by daughter Lori Byer; son Robert Hershberg; 5 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Elliott S. Horwitch died Jan. 9 at 83. Survived by wife Adrienne; daughter Cecelia (Michael) Karz; son Jason (Michelle); 5 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Mark Kalman died Jan. 11 at 66. Survived by sister Sheri (Michael); brother Alan. Hillside

Joseph Karol died Jan. 8 at 93. Survived by wife Natalie; daughter Susan; son Lawrence; 1 grandchild. Hillside

Minto Elizabeth Keaton died Jan. 14 at 99. Survived by daughters Elizabeth (George) Pacal, Janette (Eugene) Lupario, Deborah (Bob) Gannon, Juliana (Andy) Keaton-Moritz; 7 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Sam Kochman died Dec. 21 at 91. Survived by wife Carmela; daughter Ann (Ovi) Lalo; son Ron; 2 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Chevra Kadisha

Iris Leeds died Jan. 13 at 89. Survived by sons Andrew (Cheryl), Steven; 5 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Gerald “Jerry” London died Jan. 9 at 91. Survived by wife Carolyn; daughters Sheryl Ruskin; Sandy (Steve) London-Gedalje; Dana (Dan) Cohn; 8 grandchildren; brother Leonard. Malinow and Silverman

Lillian “Lilly” Matell died Jan. 13 at 102. Survived by daughters Anne (Nickolas) Ramirez, Denise (Bruce) Rees; 2 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Harold Markowitz died Jan. 19 at 85. Survived by wife Vera; daughter Susan (Ira) Cohen; sons David (Sarah), Steve (Michelle);
6 grandchildren; brother Robert (Pearl). Mount Sinai

Suzanne May died Jan. 20 at 102. Survived by daughters Diane (John Roberts) Henschel, Meridith (Bill Brandel); son Michael; 5 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Ruthe Meltzner died Jan. 12 at 89. Survived by daughter Karen (Henry); sons Brian (Carol), Craig (Elaine); 6 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren. Hillside

Murray Morguelan died Jan. 8 at 80. Survived by wife Geri; daughters Natalie Lavine, Gariann (Larry) Weisenberg; 3 grandchildren; sister Barbara Katz; brother Fred. Mount Sinai

Richard Neiter died Jan. 10 at 82. Survived by wife Lois; daughter Deborah; son Mark; 5 grandchildren; brother Jerry. Hillside

Margaret Nichols died Jan. 14 at 69. Survived by mother Mary. Hillside

Jean Persselin died Jan. 7 at 92. Survived by daughters Ruth, Sara (Steven Honnald); son David (Stacy Acton); 3 grandchildren. Malinow and Silverman 

Joan Praver died Jan. 8 at 92. Survived by sons Paul, David (April), Stephen (Susan); 3 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Hillside

Charlene Schachnow died Jan. 16 at 77. Survived by husband Stan; sons Ed, Danny; 1 grandson. Hillside

Anita Smith died Jan. 15 at 88. Survived by daughter Stacey (John); sister Lenore. Hillside

Howard Tasker died Jan. 13 at 70. Survived by brothers David, Daniel. Hillside

Jacob Vyazmensky died Jan. 15 at 91. Survived by wife Gnesya; daughter  Nelly Gorin; 1 grandchild. Mount Sinai

Steven K. Warshawsky died Jan. 18 at 62. Survived by sister Valerie (Craig) Simms; brothers Evan, David. Mount Sinai

Judith Wexler died Jan. 10 at 98. Survived by son Paul (Millie); 2 grandchildren; brother Leon. Hillside

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