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101 Richard Erling Andrews, 79, who retired in 1979 as a budget adviser to the Commerce Department's assistant secretary for science and technology, died June 18 at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital. He had sepsis.

Mr. Andrews, an Alexandria resident, began his government career as a Social Security Administration clerk in Baltimore in 1942. He settled in the Washington area a decade later and did personnel work for the Civil Service Commission.

From 1956 to about 1970, he worked for the Budget Bureau as an examiner of Defense Department budgets. He then went to Commerce.

He was a native of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and a 1952 sociology graduate of the University of Maryland. He served in the Marine Corps in the Pacific during World War II.

His avocations included bird-watching.

Survivors include his wife of 47 years, Anne Albersheim Andrews of Alexandria; three children, Walter Andrews of Sterling, Bronwen Skinner of Salem, Ill., and Peter Andrews of Fairfax; a sister; and four grandchildren. 
Richard Earling Andrews
102 Spouse: Rosie Abraham Antin
103 Parents: Boruch Antin & Zise Rivbe Hyman Antin
104 Antin, Wallace, WWII Bomber Pilot, So. Fla. developer, writer, big game fisherman, inventor, husband, father, and grandfather. Wallace M. Antin born July 21, 1922 to Sarah and David Antin, died peacefully on October 20, after a short struggle with Lymphoma. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Nicole, his son Mark Antin (wife Sarah), daughter Jane Mazzarella (husband John); and his grandchildren Jesse Antin (wife Lindsey), Cali Mazzarella, Judd Antin (wife Tamar), and Dara Mazzarella. First Lt. Wallace Antin served his country in 1944-45 as a pilot-in-command of a B-24 bomber based in Italy where his targets were enemy oil fields and rail yards. After his tour of duty in Europe, Wallace was considered for a position as a pilot for presidential aircraft, but he declined that honor, preferring instead to return home to New York. In 1947, Wallace covertly recruited pilots and acquired arms for the future Israeli Air Force. Following his return to NY, Wallace met Nicole Rothenberg, a young concert harpist and 6 mos later, they were married. He then briefly joined his father David in the dress manufacturing business before pursuing an opportunity in residential construction, first in Scarsdale, NY, but for the majority of his career, in So. Fla. During the next 30 yrs., he enjoyed the successes and overcame the challenges of an unpredictable real estate market. Wallace's years a developer produced many single and multi family homes. But he was most proud of the 16 story Corinthian on Collins Ave. Nicole worked side-by-side on these projects, in concept design, sales, and interior decorating. Success in the business allowed them to travel widely and fish avidly in the Atlantic waters off So. Fla. (where his ashes will be strewn) and the Bahamas. Retirement from the construction industry did not slow or addle Wallace's mind. In the ensuing 25 yrs, he was awarded a contract with the City of NY for the construction of floating prisons to alleviate overcrowding there. He nearly finished a novel about a private military air force which daughter Jane hopes to complete. He developed ideas for recovering energy from moving vehicles and moving ships and converting it into electric power. He researched deeply and spoke out passionately about the relationship between multinational oil companies and our dependence on foreign oil. He came to accept the correctness and inevitability of a two state solution between Israel and Palestine. He was a voracious reader of fiction and a lover of music, especially classical. It is no less true because it is often said - he first and foremost loved his wife, his children, their spouses, his grandchildren, and their spouses - they are the legacy of which he was most proud.

Sun Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
Date: October 23, 2010 
Wallace Martin Antin
105 Herbert F. Antine, age 78, a retired insurance senior executive and devoted family man, died suddenly at his Sherborn home on Tuesday, March 6, 2012. He was the beloved husband of Aurelie M. (Flynn) Antine for the past 18 years. Born in Manhattan on December 24, 1933, he was the son of the late Dr. Leon and Martha Antine.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by three children, Valerie Antine of Pinellas Park, FL, Thomas Antine of Nanuet, NY, and Cynthia Rodrigues and husband Jamie of Shelton, CT; three stepchildren, Judy Range of Natick, Michael Greeley of Natick, and John Greeley and wife Georgette of Milford; his grandchildren Chelsea, Courtney, and Mia; and a niece, Karen Vespo of Poughkeepsie, NY. He was also the brother of the late Lenore Elkan. 
Herbert Frederick Antine
106 Lenore Elkan of Yorktown Heights, NY formerly of Putnam Valley, NY died Monday March 12, 2001 at Green Manors Nursing Home in Ghent, NY. She was 69. She was born in New York City on January 10, 1932 a daughter of Martha Lehman Antine and Leon Antine, M.D. She was a supervisor in the Putnam County District Attorneys Office for many years. She is survived by her son, Larry Elkan of Sarasota, Florida and her daughter, Karen Vespo of Poughkeepsie, NY, her brother Herbert Antine of Punta Gorda, Florida and two grandchildren. Her husband Kenneth Elkan died on March 18, 1972. Lenore Frances Antine
107 Shloma Nachum b'r Shrega Feivel (tombstone hard to read) Samuel Antupitzky
108 Parents: Isaac Appel & Freda Frank Ronald William Appel
109 Memorial for JOYCE A. KLABER Born in NEWPORT, RI on Aug. 29, 1917 Departed on May 19, 2007 and resided in CLEVELAND, OH.
JOYCE A. KLABER (nee Applegate), age 89. Beloved wife of the late William, Jr.; dear mother of Barbara Gore of Canberra, Australia, William III of Long Eddy, NY and Stephen; cherished grandmother of eight and great grandmother of seven; dear sister of Stanley Applegate, Phyllis Foley and Lillian Castle (deceased). 
Joyce Watson Applegate
110 Possible match:
Name:«tab»Amada Christine Aragon
BORN:«tab»24 Jul 1957
Died:«tab»12 Jun 1997
State (Year) SSN issued:«tab»New Mexico (1973) 
Amada Christine Aragon
111 Francine is survived by her three children; Howard and Diane Ehrlich of Amherst, NH; Kenneth and Sharon Ehrlich of Suwanee, GA; Barbara (Ehrlich) and Ron Woods of Marietta, GA. Grandchildren Matthew and Jennifer Ehrlich, Jason and Amy Ehrlich, Scott and Dianne Ehrlich, Benjamin and Jonathan Ehrlich, Travis Woods and Dawn Perry. Four Great-grandchildren; Cayla and Owen Ehrlich, Coleman and Allison (Allie) Perry-Ehrlich. As well as a host of extended family and friends, that are too many to name.

Parents: Benjamin & Ruth Harris 
Francine Arbeit
112 Terry Lynn Frankel, nee Arenburg, age 55, passed away Sept. 8, 2008 in Charlotte, NC. Beloved wife of Ben Frankel of Charlotte, NC; devoted mother of David & Bridget Frankel of Charlotte, NC & Phillip Frankel of Chicago, IL; dear sister of Helene & Lanny Light of Cincinnati, OH; sister-in-law of Steven & Lisa Frankel & Deena & Ray Frewen of Cincinnati, OH, loving grandmother of Sabrina, Sydney, Bryce & Bailey Frankel; dear daughter of the late Eugene & Betty Arenburg & daughter-in-law of Penina Frankel & the late Naftali Frankel, loving niece of Marge Schneider, also survived by many nieces & nephews. Terry Lynn Arenburg
113 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. John J. Ark
114 Married Louis Kraft, Nevada, 4 Apr 1965
Married ?? Coffee bef apr 1974
Married ?? Croak. bef apr 1976 
Linda Kay Arnett
115 Fay Barnett, 90, of Elan Gardens, Clarks Summit, formerly of Scottsdale, Arizonia, died Friday, July 8, 2011, in Hospice of the VNA, Heritage House, Wilkes-Barre.

Born in Chicago, she was the daughter of the late David and Ida Rosen Arnoff and was preceded in death by her loving husband, Marvin in 1999. Mrs. Barnett was also preceded by brothers, Joseph and Robert Arnoff.

Fay is survived by her daughter, Michele Rudnick and her husband, Stephen, Kingston, son, Barry, CT, 2 granddaughters, Erica Kim and Jessica Wilf and 3 great grandchildren, Macey Kim and Ava and Hannah Wilf. 
Fay Arnoff
116 Newton, MA: Formerly of Rochester entered into rest on April 2, 2013. Daughter of Albert and Shirley Aroesty (Dunn) predeceased by her beloved brother Elliot Aroesty and sister Ruth Aroesty Levenson. Survived by her loving children Devorah Aroesty-Cohen, Eli Aroesty-Cohen and his wife Rena Luger, and Adam Aroesty-Cohen; by her uncles and aunts, Prof. Arnold & Dr. Doris Dunn, Bridgett Aroesty, Belle & Charles Broutman and Lorraine & Sidney Bolkosky. Also survived by beloved nephews Jake, Donny and Noah Levenson and devoted brother-in-law Jon Levenson and his wife, Beverly Levenson and their son and daughter-in-law, Avi and Natanielle Cooper. Hannah Beth Aroesty
117 Age at Death: 47 Ruth Miriam Aroesty
118 Parents Bernard & Edith Cohen Phillip Aronoff
119 Celia Aronofsky
120 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ella Neumann Arost
121 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ella Neumann Arost
122 In World War II, ws in Army in India, delivered goods to China.
Moved to Orlando in 1957 and started Emerald Packing Co.
One of originators in iccing fruit trucks.
In early 70s started SDL Corp., a citrus brokerage firm named for his children.

Survivors are Helene Arost, his wife of 57 years; daughters, Donna, Lynn, both of Los Angeles; son, Stuart, Orlando, and brother, Ivan, New Smyrna Beach; five grandchildren. 
Harold Arost
123 Wholesale Citrus Broker In Orlando; Worked For Food Fair In Phila. In Citrus, Which Sent Him To FL Where He Went Out On His Own./ Harold Arost
124 Salesman/ Harry Paul Arost
125 Arost, Ivin 85, of Maggie Valley, NC passed away at home on March 10, 2014. He was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 1, 1928 to the late Louis and Lenora Spector Arost. As a young man in New York he began his career in the produce business. In 1958 he moved to Florida and continued his produce business with his brother, Harold. He later formed his own produce shipping business called Hallee-Boy Sales in the Zellwood area of Florida and continued that business until 1996. Following his retirement, he and his wife Jo moved to New Smyrna Beach, FL and in 2005 they moved to the mountains of Maggie Valley, NC. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his brother, Harold Arost. Survivors include his loving wife of 35 years, Jo Arost; eight children, Vicki Brock, Lynne Anderson, Cindy Kapulskey, Lori Bluni, Sandi Varn, Hal Arost, Terri Adams, and Aimee Arost; fifteen grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren Ivin Arost
126 Vegetable Broker/ Ivin Arost
127 Emigrated 1900 (1910 Census); Naturalization paper says NY Apr. 16, 1898, Victoria
Known as Uncle Jake

Possible wife Annie Kramer? 
Jacob Arost
128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jesse I. Arost
129 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lenore Arost
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lenore Arost
131 Killed in auto accident when he was in his 40s when Ivin was 6 years old - Natalie Arost Louis Arost
132 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lynn Arost
133 Lawyer/ Martin Arthur Arost
134 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Millicent Faye Arost
135 Miriam A. Brown, 69, a resident of 28 Ridgeway Sites in the town of Minetto, died Monday, March 31, 2008, at the Manor at Seneca Hill.

She was born in Philadelphia, Pa., a daughter of the late Herman and Minnie (Foreman) Arost. She was the wife of Dr. Ronald A. Brown.

Mrs. Brown had been employed for 18 years as a medical technologist at the Oswego Hospital, retiring in 2001.

In addition to her husband she is survived by one daughter, Rachel J. Brown of Syracuse; two sons, David S. (Yvonne) Brown and Josh D. Brown, both of Oswego; two foster brothers, Eddie Tenenbaum of Huntingdon Valley, Pa. and Henry Bacich of Philadelphia; two brothers, Samuel Paul of Philadelphia and Henry Arost of Cocoa Beach, Fla.; and two grandchildren, Sarah Ann Brown and Hanna Clay Brown.

She was predeceased by two sisters, Eleanor Levy and Edith Strauss. 
Miriam Arost
136 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Molly Belle Arost
137 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Molly Belle Arost
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Molly Belle Arost
139 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Natalie Arost
140 Head Of Shipping Department, National Haircloth Co., Sackville Mills/ Oscar Arost
141 Soc. Sec. # 179-07-2547

Worked for Ntional Haircloth Co. and Sackville Mills 
Oscar Arost
142 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Paul J. Arost
143 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Paul J. Arost
144 EVERY SYLVIA (nee Arost ), January 19, 2010. Wife of the late Samuel. Mother of Joel (Frances) Every. Grandmother of Joy (Gary) Wortman, Dr. Nathan (Lisa) Every, Kenneth (Sofia) Every and Rachel (Adam) Berger. Also survived by 8 great grandchildren. Sylvia Arost
145 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dr. Sylvia Lynne Arost
146 Paul and brothr came to America by themselves after their mother left their father in Bessarabia. - Natalie Arost William Paul Arost
147 Berta Kingston died Monday, February 3, 2003, at Covenant Hospital in Lubbock, TX. Berta Kingston was born August 20, 1924, in Hainsfart, Germany, to Willi and Marta Ausfhauser. During the Holocaust, in 1938, when Berta was 14 years old, her parents saved her life by securing a seat for her on one of only three children's transports to Manchester, England, where the children lived in foster homes. Unfortunately, Berta's parents were unable to leave Germany. In England Berta worked for a munitions shop which made parts for submarines. In 1946 Berta's relatives in New York sent for her. While there she was employed by a beauty shop during the week and a bakery on weekends. Two years later she met Arthur Kingston. They were married in Carlsbad, NM on July 4, 1948, and have lived there ever since. She worked at Jackson Drug Company for over 20 years, followed by employment for approximately 15 years at the Gerrells' Family stores and, finally, during her last years, at Dunlap's. Berta and Arthur Kingston received Carlsbad's most prestigious honor for dedication to community services, the Carlsbad Humanitarian Award, in 1990. Also, on December 29, 1990, Berta was the New Mexico Quality Recipient of the Cancer Society award for over 30 years of service in Carlsbad's"Reach to Recovery" program. Actually, Berta and Art have dedicated their lives here to helping others. Berta has been an active board member of the Carlsbad Community Concerts Association for many years and has assisted her husband in preparing and serving meals at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #3277. In this short space it is impossible to list even a portion of this exceptional woman's good deeds. She is survived by her husband, Art of the family home; their only child, Bill Kingston and fiance, Elisa of Albuquerque; grandchildren, Danny Kingston and wife, Leslie of Fort Worth, Jordan, Alexandra, and Taylor of Albuquerque; and numerous relatives include those in Carlsbad, the United States, parts of Europe, and in Israel. Bertel Aufhaueser
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cameron Augi
149 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tyler Augi
150 father - Leo Agnes Augstin

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