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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Obituaries: Aug. 14, 2020

Renee Algazy died July 21 at 84. Survived by daughters Diane “Dina” (Jeremy) Stuhl, Laura Jane Lewis; son Mark (Tina); 5 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Malinow and Silverman

Shirley Cohen died July 11 at 100. Survived by daughter Lesley (Cliff) Cohen Lee; son Frederic (Antoinette); 5 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Morris L. Cone died July 15 at 85. Survived by daughter Beth Kramer; son James; 2 grandchildren; sisters Alice Oser, Carol (Matthew) Cohen. Mount Sinai

Linda Rose Esserman died July 18 at 60. Survived by daughter Emily; son Jake; mother Tobey Gurewitz; brother Alan Gurewitz. Mount Sinai 

Robert Friedman died July 14 at 83. Survived by daughters Sherry Harbour, Laurie Petok. Mount Sinai

Robin Goldblatt died July 6 at 48. Survived by mother Phyllis; father Burton; sister Lori; brother Keith. Mount Sinai

Diane Goldstein died July 8 at 67. Survived by husband Stanley; son Aaron; sister Nancy Hunt. Mount Sinai

Phyllis Arlene Goldstein died July 21 at 97. Survived by daughters Carol Nevitt, Barbara (John) Pastier-Goldstein, Mary Ann (David); 4 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Mount Sinai

Francis Jabson died July 18 at 81. Survived by wife Tobi; 1 grandchild. Hillside

Robert Kittner died July 7 at 89. Survived by wife Phyllis; daughters Susan Tipton, Ellen, Lynn Gemotte; 2 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Mount Sinai

Lillian Klein died June 9 at 97. Survived by daughters Roberta, Karen Klein-Kaiser; 1 grandchild. Mount Sinai

Jean Kraus died July 18 at 90. Survived by daughters Renee Mizrahi, Lori (Ronald) Leparulo; sons Philip (Vera), Lloyd (Tima); 10 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Stanley J. Landsman died July 18 at 84. Survived by wife Helene; daughter Michey Singer; son Larry (Isabelle); stepdaughter, Marcie (Susan) Heydow; stepson, Jeffry (Linda) Kaye; 10 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Marion E. Leon-Doten died July 10 at 85. Survived by husband Stefan Doten; daughters Susan Strohbach, Rose Leon; sons Daniel Sovetky, Ralph Sovetky; 4 grandchildren; sister Dai Leon. Mount Sinai

Ira Levy died July 4 at 96. Survived by daughters Rebecca Rosser, Karen (Barry) Topol, Gail (Vince) Silis; 2 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

George Lindenbaum died July 27 at 84. Survived by wife Eleanor; son David (Jill); 2 grandchildren. Malinow and Silverman

Evelyn Mastrov died July 17 at 99. Survived by niece Debra (Rick) Lebby. Malinow and Silverman

Golda Milman died March 29 at 97. Survived by son Boris Leyderman; daughter Lyubov Vasilyeva; 2 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Chevra Kadisha

Rozia Nicberg died July 10 at 95. Survived by husband Elliot; daughter Adina Kraim; 2 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Shirley Politzer died July 16 at 84. Survived by daughter Hayley (Mike); 2 grandchildren; sister Renee. Hillside

Marjorie Cerf Platt died July 11 at 98. Survived by daughters Nancy (Len) Platt Jacoby, Cynthia (Michael) Platt Flagg; stepdaughter Susan (Jack) Platt Baggley; 16 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Larry Quint died July 18 at 66. Survived by sister Eilene (Bruce) Bernfeld. Mount Sinai

Morton Saperstein died July 20 at 91. Survived by wife Elaine; daughter Shari (Jerry); son Rick (Caroline); 4 grandchildren. Malinow and Silverman

Enid Denise Stagg died July 10 at 65. Survived by husband Barry; sons Ashley, Matthew; 2 grandchildren; brother Randy Okun. Mount Sinai

Elliot Jacob Sturman died July 14 at 64. Survived by wife Ann; sons Joshua (Marie), Daniel; sisters Deborah (Arthur), Esther (Gavi) Rabi; brother David. Mount Sinai

Leon Sturman died July 8 at 81. Survived by wife Datya Ansell; son Jason; brother Marty (Sara); 4 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Lillian Tanowitz died July 15 at 88. Survived by sons Jack H. (Laurie), Lee; 4 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. Mount Sinai

Lisa Caryn Tudzin died July 16 at 58. Survived by husband Michael; daughters Sarah, Hannah; mother Marian Schwartz; father Peter Schwartz. Mount Sinai

Richard Jay Weisdorf died July 25 at 84. Survived by wife Joyce Mauriello; daughter Jordana; son Jay (Tracy): 1 grandchild; sister Wilma Engel.

Paula Winer died July 14 at 86. Survived by daughter Lauren (Trevor) Shand; sons Richard (Lynn), Tony, Dennis (Lisa) Warner. Mount Sinai

Adele Zaslow died July 16 at 92. Survived by daughter Beverly; son Jan (Olivia). Mount Sinai

Melvin Zumoff died July 14 at 89. Survived by wife Lynda; son Erik Weinberger; 3 grandchildren. Mount Sinai

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