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Obituaries: May 22, 2020

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Suzanne Aspaturian died April 25 at 94. Survived by daughter Heidi; 3 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Estelle Blake died May 7 at 92. Survived by husband Richard; daughter Jana (Yakov) Britvan; son Mitchell (Judy); 12 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. Malinow and Silverman

Shirley Cane died March 30 at 84. Survived by daughter; son-in-law; 6 grandchildren.

Auriel Cowen died April 17 at 89. Survived by daughter Laurel; son Norman. Hillside 

Ruth Roberts Danzig died May 5 at 88. Survived by husband Martin; daughters Liz (Michael) Nyman, Ellen (John) Bercine; 4 grandchildren. Mount Sinai 

Sarah Davis died May 5 at 95. Survived by daughter Shirley (Mark) Bilfield; son Edward; 1 grandchild. Mount Sinai

Phyllis Dreifus died April 30 at 90. Survived by sons Tom, Daniel; brother Bernard Nemtzow. Mount Sinai 

Leonard Feigin died May 3 at 72. Survived by brother David (Nancy). Mount Sinai

Leslee Feirstein died May 2 at 91. Survived by husband Simon; sons Sam, Max. Mount Sinai 

Ellen Felton died May 5 at 87. Survived by daughter Carol Malnick; son James (Robin);  6 grandchildren. Mount Sinai 

Gerald Gershon died April 28 at 72. Survived by wife Denise; son Beckett. Hillside

Rheta Goldman died April 7 at 84. Survived by daughter Barbara (Craig) Sobel; sons Neil (Wendy Steinberg) Goldman, Gary (Susie) Goldman; 6 grandchildren. Mount Sinai 

Betty Harris died April 24 at 93. Survived by sons Andrew, George. Hillside

Carla Haskell died April 29 at 77. Survived by daughter Ilana (Justin) Farar; 2 grandchildren; sister Sharon (Hal) Tikotin. Mount Sinai 

Richard “Rick” Hess died May 2 at 72. Survived by wife Michelle; daughter Lisa; son Jeffrey; sister Grace. Malinow and Silverman

A. Horan died April 23 at 96. Survived by niece Delores. Hillside

Dinah Kahan died April 28 at 92. Survived by daughter Tova (Ehud) Rimon; son David (Maria) Kahan; 4 grandchildren. Mount Sinai 

Eunice Kerman died April 29 at 99. Survived by daughter Andrea Drake; son Harlan;  4 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai 

Natalie Kessler died April 29 at 90. Survived by sons Steven (Debra), Eric (Vilma); 2 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Noah Lahman died April 21 at 18. Survived by mother Lori; father Scott; brother Toby. Hillside

Eric N. Lavine died April 25 at 67. Survived by wife Ellen; daughter  Sarah; sons Aaron, Joshua; brother Mark. Mount Sinai

Claire Brown Lazerson died April 27 at 87. Survived by husband Jacob; daughter Reva; sons Alan, Gerald, Michael; stepsons Steven, Jeffrey, Jerold; sister Deborah; brothers Martin,  Jonathan. Hillside

Michael Hal Lee died April 5 at 64. Survived by mother Rose; father Martin; stepmother Beryl; stepsister Diane Dorin; stepbrother Douglas Neistat.

Loretta Levine died May 5 at 105. Survived by niece Sandra (David) Downing; nephew Nathan (Kathy) Lichtman. Mount Sinai

Penelope Lippman died April 26 at 83. Survived by son Jack (Darcy). Hillside

Kamran Nahai died April 30 at 64. Survived by son Noah; daughter Nikki; sisters Manijeh Javahery, Hayedeh (Joseph) Elihu. Mount Sinai 

Isaak Nordon died April 23 at 95. Survived by wife Gizelle; son  Arthur (Leslie); daughter  Michelle (Philip); 3 grandchildren. Mount Sinai 

Jacqueline Scheer died April 20 at 88. Survived by daughter Susan (Joshua); son John; son-in-law Marc (Marcie). Hillside

Walter Schreiber died April 25 at 94. Survived by daughter  Jennifer (William “Bill” Maisel); 2 grandchildren; sister Gloria Kaplan. Mount Sinai 

Isaac Charles Schulman died March 26 at 67. Survived by wife Honey; daughters Jennifer, Aliza (Jonathan) Sturm; 1 grandchild; sister Pessy (Raphael) Butler; brother Motty (Miriam). Chevra Kadisha

Elvira Schwartz died April 19 at 89. Survived by daughter Alina; son Samuel. Hillside

Joseph Sitkin died May 6 at 100. Survived by wife Gussie; daughter Ella (Grubb Graebner); sons Mike (Mary-Pat Connolly); Bill (Chinle Beaver); 6 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; sister Betty Coven. Malinow and Silverman

Lorraine Stone died April 24 at 94. Survived by daughter Carol; sons Eric (Allison), Paul (Eike). Hillside 

Selwyn Super died March 21 at 88. Survived by wife Cynthia; son Paul (Amelia); 3 grandchildren. Chevra Kadisha

Bracha Werner died April 20 at 95. Survived by daughters Vicki. Shelley; brother Michael; 1 grandchild. Hillside.

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