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Obituaries: June 19, 2020

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Carol Lee Baer died May 25 at 82. Survived by husband Marvin; daughter Shari (Steve) Gillis; son Steven; brother Robert (Sue) Steiner; 2 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Phoebe Deckel died March 21 at 76. Survived by husband Ami Elbaz; daughter Alyssa; sons Jonathan (Gabriella), Adam (Tali); brother Leonard Weinsaft. Chevra Kadisha

Frederick Philip Epstein died May 30 at 105. Survived by wife Naomi; daughters Gail (Michael Berns) Adler, Marlene (Ronald) Friedman; 5 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; sisters Arlene Genser, Shirley Kossman. Mount Sinai

Rochelle Ginsberg died May 27 at 82. Survived by daughters Shani (Scott) Ginsberg-Printz, Mara (Johua) Zigman; son Maury (Maggie); 7 grandchildren; brothers Alexander Morris, Lionel (Donna) Morris. Mount Sinai

Marvella Grant died May 24 at 93. Survived by daughters Cheryl Miller, Nancy Darling. Mount Sinai

Edward Halpern died May 26 at 85. Survived by wife Phyllis; daughter Bonnie Lynn Felsher; son Michael; 3 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Cecilia Krayndler died May 25 at 61. Survived by daughter Sasha (Solly); son Leon (Shalvi); 8 grandchildren; brother Fred (Erika).

Arthur Lewin died May 26 at 93. Survived by wife Deborah; daughters Eve (Paul) Wagner, Victoria; son Eugene; 1 grandchild; 1 great-grandchild. Mount Sinai 

Rakhil Leytman died May 21 at 100. Survived by daughter Anna (Marik) Balyasny; 1 grandchild; 2 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai 

Ronald Lipstone died May 21 at 90. Survived by sons Laurence (Leslee), Douglas. Hillside                

Phyllis Matzkin died May 24 at 95. Survived by daughters Victoria Olivadoti, Marcia Floyd, Sande (Charles) Hart, Patricia (Steve) Berger; brother Seymour Levitt. Mount Sinai

 Diana Wain Menzer died May 16 at 80. Survived by daughters Liz (Charles) Wain, Marsha (Walter) Mueller; sons Matthew Wain, Mitch (Wendy) Menzer, Matt Menzer; 7 grandchildren; sister Jeannie Lederer-Morgan. Mount Sinai

Marlene Meyer died May 15 at 86. Survived by husband Howard; daughters Dani (Michael) Sparks, Lynn (Peter) Arkin; son Steven (Jenny); 7 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Mount Sinai

Philip Miller died May 21 at 93. Survived by daughter Janice (George) Geldin; son Russell (Jo); 4 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Jack Friedman Ohringer died May 25 at 75. Survived by wife Jamie Szabadi; daughter Kara Szabadi; son Zachary Szabadi; sister Cecilia (Milt) Hess; brothers Lee (Hedy), David. Mount Sinai

Lorraine Pasternack died May 16 at 101. Survived by daughter Beverly (Timothy) Kitz; 4 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Elizabeth Puche died May 22 at 65. Survived by husband Sergio; sons Sergio, Eric; sisters Monica, Connie, Thania. Mount Sinai

Carl Rabyne died May 25 at 91. Survived by wife Arlene; daughter Andrea (Kenneth) Lee; stepdaughters Janet (Brian) Shoulder, Tamara (Craig) Shoulder; stepsons Joseph (Maureen) Shoulder, Gary Shoulder; 8 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; brother Micky. Mount Sinai

Martin Roe died May 16 at 86. Survived by wife Linda; daughters Maria (Brian), Lisa Lynn. Hillside

David A. Rosen died May 23 at 96. Survived by daughter Ronna (Alan) Goldstein; son Alan (Cheryl); 2 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Mount Sinai

Allyn Rouse died May 15 at 91. Survived by wife Marilyn; daughter Melinda (Fred) Rouse-Beaver; sons Michael (Nancy), Lawrence (Shohreh); 3 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Edward Wolfe Saltzberg died May 7 at 87. Survived by daughter Diane; son Jack (Katherine); 3 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Groman Eden 

Gail Sanders died May 14 at 91. Survived by sons Garey West, Paul; daughter-in-law Neysa West; 2 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Melvin Sheftel died May 7 at 92. Survived by daughter Deborah (Dennis D’Alessio) Zundel; son Frank; 1 grandchild. Chevra Kadisha

Audrey Steinhaus died May 25 at 76. Survived by husband Jonah; daughters Stephanie, Jennie Gold; 3 grandchildren; sister Lynn Jacobs; brother Stuart Parnes. Mount Sinai

Ina Tupler-Lehr died May 26 at 86. Survived by son Larry Tupler; brother Gerald Kleinman. Mount Sinai

Stanley Ullman died May 19 at 79. Survived by sister Bonnie (John) Rankin; brothers Robert (Linda), John (Marla). Mount Sinai

Pearl Weber died May 24 at 94. Survived by daughter Janice Sostrin; son Robert; 4 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Edith Annie Whippany died May 25 at 87. Survived by daughters Jo (Richard) Boon, Elizabeth (Barry) Freeman; 4 grandchildren; sisters Joyce Singer; Mary Harrison. Mount Sinai

Rose Zislis died May 15 at 91. Survived by daughters Michele, Linda, Diana, Sandra, Chryste; sons Stanley, Murray, David, Michael. Hillside

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