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101 Body found 19 nov 1977 after being missing since 6/1/1974 Lawrence Raymond Adell
 
102 grandfather of erica ryan and seth Robert Saul Adell
 
103 Parents: Johaman & Barutha Amelia Adler
 
104 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Joyce Adler
 
105 or Goetz, depending on country. Maria Adler
 
106 Longtime Malibu resident and award-winning writer Marlene Adler Marks, who penned the column "A Woman's Voice" for the Los Angeles Jewish Journal, died on Sept. 5 at Cedars Sinai Hospital. She was 54. Throughout her two-year battle with lung cancer, she continued to write and fulfill her role as a spiritual and political inspiration for the Los Angeles Jewish Community.
Marks was born in New York. She graduated from Queens College and went on to earn a master's degree in journalism from USC. Her prolific career included writing for the Los Angeles Daily Journal, the Herald Examiner, and, more recently, for the Los Angeles Times and Hadassah Magazine. In 1982, she launched her own monthly magazine, Los Angeles Jewish Life. In 1987 she was named the managing editor of the Jewish Journal and began writing her column, for which she won the Rockower and Smolar awards for commentary in the field of Jewish journalism. Because of her writings, she made numerous appearances around the world, including attending an international conference on Jewish women in Russia in 1994.
Marks also wrote several books. Some of her most memorable writings are a collection of personal columns in her 1998 book "A Woman's Voice: Reflections on Love, Death, Faith, Food & Family."
Friends and colleagues were inspired by her intelligence, curiosity, caring and her ability to live life to the fullest. In addition to writing, Marks enjoyed the theater, music, studying the Torah and cooking with friends.
Dr. Ronald Natale, Marks' oncologist, in a letter read at her funeral on Monday, called her an inspiration and wrote "… the greatest message that this angel delivered to me and to others was the message that life was meant to be lived with joy and enthusiasm. Marlene had a spirited joy for life that was inspirational and contagious. Despite cancer, chemotherapy, and radiation, her energy and enthusiasm were boundless. This messenger taught not only how to inquire, probe and learn, not only how to let go of anger and fear-but how to live life. How not to waste a precious moment-because a lifetime of moments, whether your lifetime is long, or like hers, cut short, is not ever enough."
Marks is survived by a daughter, Samantha, two stepchildren, Spencer and Peggye Marks, her parents, Jack and Anne Adler, and a brother, Alan. 
Marlene Adler
 
107 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dennis Aikman
 
108 Father: David Khaya Sheindel Akhenblit
 
109 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. James Walter Albersheim
 
110 Parents: Joseph & Riva/Rebecca Esther Albert
 
111 Birth: «tab»Jul. 20, 1925
Detroit
Wayne County
Michigan, USA
Death: «tab»Apr. 27, 2011
Perry
Shiawassee County
Michigan, USA

Charles, 85, life-long resident of Perry, MI died Wednesday evening. He was the son of Peter & Helen (Petrie) Aldrich.

He moved to the Perry area at the age of 3 to "Brewer Rd Farfame Farm". When he was a teen the family then moved into town where the family started the P.J. Aldrich Furniture Store.

After graduating from Perry High School in 1943, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Upon returning from the war he attended ACME Business College. On June 25, 1950 he married Joan Rice in Brighton. They were married for 59 years before she predeceased him February 27, 2010. He was an active member of the Perry Congregational Christian Church for many years until his health started to fail. Known to many as "Uncle Charlie", he was beloved and will be missed, especially by his family that survive him, sons Jim (Pat) of Perry, Tom of E. Lansing, daughter Patty (Will) Waterman of Grand Ledge, grandson Matthew Waterman, nieces Linda (Pete) Garno and Sue (Jerry) Dunn. Several Step grandchildren, Eric, Nick, Brian Nohel, Dana & Art Tenbrink, Jason & Kayla Nohel, 8 great grandchildren.

In addition to Joan he was preceded in death by brother John, his wife Rosmary, sister Madora, parents Peter & Helen, niece Sal Harper and her husband Alan.

Charlie with his parents and brother, John, owned and operated the family business for 30 years. After selling the furniture store in 1971, Charlie began a successful career in real estate, owning the Aldrich Associates Real Estate in Perry, retiring in 2006. For the past 3 and a half years he resided at the Olive Branch in Perry 
Charles Harvey Aldrich
 
112 Parents: James and Medora Loomis

Mayflower descendant 
Peter Jacob Aldrich
 
113 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. [Daughter] Aleksandrov
 
114 ALEXANDER, Justin 92, of Tampa, died Wednesday, June 4, 2014. Mr. Alexander was born in Germany and came to Tampa in 1986 from New York. He was a physical therapist and educator, volunteered for numerous organizations including the Upper Tampa Bay Public Library and was a member of Congregation Kol Ami. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 60 years, Blanche. Survivors include his sons, Robert David Alexander of Rockville Center, NY and Jonathan Alexander of Suffern, NY; daughter, Jane Cecily Melamed of Chelmsford, MA and four grandchildren. Justin Alexander
 
115 Parents: Jacob Alexander (Germany) & Fannie Eckstein (Mass.) Lawrence Leopold Alexander
 
116 Later married Hilde Braverman Nathan Alexander
 
117 Daughters Mildred & Alvira Rosalia Alexander
 
118 Parents Sam Allen and Jennie Serwer Isadore Chalen Allen
 
119 Father: Martin J Allen
Mother: Anna Marie Dwyer 
Robert Emmett Allen
 
120 Alton W. Alley, 86, of Ross Road, husband of Thelma L. Curtis Alley, died Thursday at Falmouth by the Sea after a long illness.

He was born in Calais, a son of Eldad H. and Edith Randall Alley, and graduated from Calais Academy and the University of Maine. While at UMaine, he was on the track and field team, competing in discus and shotput, and held a national record in the shotput for many years.

During World War II, he served in the Army as an engineer.

Mr. Alley worked for the U.S. Customs Service, working the Canadian Border Patrol in Aroostook County as a deputy collector of customs, retiring after 25 years of service.

He was a member of the Fort Kent Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite Bodies and Anah Temple, Bangor. He also served as worthy patron of the OES, and was a past member of the Calais Congregational Church.

Surviving are his wife of 61 years of Kennebunk; a daughter, Mrs. Richard (Lynn S.) Kinney of Pownal; and a granddaughter, Heather Lynn Kinney of Yarmouth.

A service will be held at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are by Bibber Memorial Chapel. 
Alton Wadsworth Alley
 
121 Michele Goldman of Franklin, formerly of Sharon, entered into rest November 8, 2013, age 64.

Beloved mother of Jodi Meltzer and her husband Scott of North Easton, MA and Adam Goldman and his wife Jeimy of Costa Rica. Adored grandmother of Alex, Ashley, and Charly. Cherished daughter of Joyce Almeida of Colorado Springs, CO. Loving sister of Joyce Bloomer and her husband Jeff of Colorado Springs, CO. 
Michele Ann Almeida
 
122 Prior marriage to Irving Meltzer Gladys Alper
 
123 STEIN--Claire A., died peacefully at home on May 9. Eight months earlier, she joyfully celebrated her 90th birthday in the presence of her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, along with other family and friends. Born Anita Claire Alpern, she was sometimes known as A-Claire or acorn to her childhood friends. She was the daughter of Milton Alpern and Henrietta Nathanson Alpern, and grew up in Brooklyn. She graduated from James Madison High School and Adelphi College, but of all her educational experience she valued most her primary school years at Ethical Culture School in Brooklyn. While in college, her sorority sister and best friend, Lucille Stein, introduced Claire to Lucille's brother Howard. Claire and Howard were married less than a year later, and remained the loves of each other's lives for 63 years, until Howard's death in 2006. They were separated from one another only during World War II, when Howard served in the army in Europe, while Claire stayed on the home front, pregnant with their first child, Brad. As a young wife and mother, Claire studied sculpture with Robert Cronbach and at the Art Students' League. She was a sculptor working in wood carving, plaster modeling for casting, and ultimately, direct metal welding. She was proud to have been praised by a plumber for the quality of her "bead" or weld joint. From 1967 to 1987 she was Executive Director of the National Sculpture Society. She learned the art of making hooked rugs, and enjoyed making pictorial rugs that touched on aspects of family life, notably including the family country home at Copake, New York. For all her interest in art and all her artist friends, her family was always the most important to her. She was a great listener and reader. She rejoiced at the arrival of grandchildren and then great-grandchildren, and loved looking for birthday presents for them all. Her sister Marilyn Alpern Gorlin and brother Buddy Alpern pre-deceased her. She is survived by her brother Nubby Alpern, her sisters-in-law Lucille Stein Kantor and Mildred Alpern, her son Bradford Stein and daughter-in-law Mary Grace Stein, and her daughter Wendy A. Stein and son-in-law Bart Friedman. She is also survived by grandchildren, Elizabeth Ruark, Zachary Stein, Alexander Stein, Benjamin Alpern Friedman and Jacob Stein Friedman, as well as great-grandchildren Isabel Stein, Siena Ruark, Thalia Ruark and Henry Stein. Anita Claire Alpern
 
124 Gorlin, Marilyn Alpern 3/27/25 - 11/24/11 Marilyn passed away suddenly 11/24 before she could enjoy her favorite oyster stuffing on Thanksgiving. She was preceded in death by Robert, her loving husband of over 53 years; her brother, Earl; & her parents, Milton & Henrietta. She is survived by her sister Claire and brother Hale of New York, in addition to children Cathy (Marshall Tanick) and Jed (Jocelyn) and grandchildren Lauren, Ross, Adeline, Rachel and Rebecca. She was born and raised in New York City and moved to Minnesota in 1956. She became an ardent Minnesotan and was active in politics including being first vice-chairwoman of the Democratic party during the tumultuous 1960's. She was the highest party officer to come out against Johnson during the Vietnam war. She later worked at the U of M as grants administrator for International Programs and later the department of Psychoeducational Studies until she retired. She remained active in the community and was an advocate for liberal and progressive causes and enjoyed spirited debates. She supported local bookstores and was an ardent Twins fan. Marilyn Alpern
 
125 Parents: Israel Aplern & Kattie Spain Milton Boris Alpern
 
126 ALTMAN-Henry G., M.D. of Cambridge and Wellfleet, June 26, 2000, Dr. Henry G. Altman, 74. Beloved husband of Dorothy (Silberman). Loving father of Alison Altman of Cambridge, Debby Kilday and her husband, Tom of Watertown and Susan Altman and her husband, Kurt Larson of Albuquerque, NM. Also survived by 2 grandchildren, Ryan & Sarah Kilday. A memorial service will be held Thursday, July 13 at 3PM at Memorial Church, Harvard Yard, Harvard University, Cambridge. Donations in Dr. Altman's memory may be made to: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center West Campus, Department of Psychiatry Dr. Henry George Altman
 
127 Lois Altshuler Smoler, passed away Oct. 10, 2017. Loving and devoted wife of the late Jerry Smoler; adoring mother of Jeffrey (Cindy) Himmel, Joan (Rickey Freeman) Himmel Freeman, and Scott (Deborah) Himmel; cherished grandmother of Noah (Amanda) Himmel, Ari (Lisa) Himmel, Jordan Himmel, Jacob Himmel, Julie Epstein (Brian) Olamit, Nick (Kate Sarau) Epstein, Alex (Tiffany) Himmel, Chloe Himmel, and Isabella Himmel Incandela; precious great-grandmother of Margaux, Jack, Harper, and Norah Himmel. Lois is also survived by her dear nieces, nephews, and many friends. Lois Smoler was involved in philanthropy her whole life. She was President of the Jewish Children's Bureau, a large supporter of Technion- Israel's Institute of Technology, the Jewish Federation, among many others. Lois Altschuler
 
128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lawrence William Altshul
 
129 Altshul, Robert ROANOKE Va. Robert Altshul, age 88, of Roanoke, former longtime Albany resident, died on Friday, October 23, 2015, at the Runk and Pratt Nursing Home in Hardy, Va.

Born in Passaic, N.J., Mr. Altshul was an Army Veteran of World War II. He had been employed as a pharmacist for many years in the Capital District and he attended Albany College of Pharmacy and graduated in 1960. He had been employed as a pharmacist for the Troy Drug Company from 1960-1976. He was later employed by the New York State Department of Social Services and retired from there in 1988.

He was a member of the Knights of Pythias and had been a member of Congregation Ohav Shalom in Albany for 50 years where he served as a former board member. He had also served as a board member of the Ohav Shalom Apartments in Albany. Robert was married to Mildred Dunn Altshul until her passing in 1997.

Father of Larry Altshul and his wife Donna of Hawaii, and Eileen Sherman and her husband Gregory of Moneta, Va. Grandfather of Ciara Morse, (Dustin Morse), Amber Sherman, Meghan Monroe (Paul Syrell), Trevor Monroe, Serena Tromans, (Travis Tromans). Great-grandfather of Shayna Morse, Braydon Syrell, Kinslee Syrell, Sadie Tromans and Allie Tromans.

Services at the Levine Memorial Chapel, 649 Washington Ave. Albany, on Sunday, October 25, 2015, at 3 p.m. Interment will follow in the Ohav Shalom Cemetery on Church Road in Guilderland. Those wishing to remember Robert in a special way may make a memorial contribution to Congregation Ohav Shalom, 113 New Krumkill Road, Albany, NY 12208. For directions or to leave a condolence message for the family, please visit levinememorialchapel.com.

Published in Albany Times Union from Oct. 24 to Oct. 25, 2015
 
Robert Altshul
 
130 Age at Death: 79 Tenie Amber
 
131 Father:«tab»Isaac Moses Amberg
Mother:«tab»Sophie 
David Moses Amberg
 
132 On Friday, July 10, 2015, in his ninety-eighth year. Beloved husband of the late Reay Green for sixty-four years. Survived by his sister, Mrs. Reva Labow, many loving nieces and nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Predeceased by his brothers and sister and their spouses, Harry and Faye Amdursky, Hilda and Nathan Lackman, and Moe Amdursky. Abraham Amdursky
 
133 Hebrew: Aaron Hirsch Harry Amdursky
 
134 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Reva Rebecca Amdursky
 
135 Parents Morris Amkraut and Julia Bellison Hyman Israel Amkraut
 
136 Justice Birdie Amsterdam, who achieved several judicial firsts, including being the first woman elected to the New York state Supreme Court, died Monday at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. She was 95 and lived on the Lower East Side, just steps from where she was born.

Justice Amsterdam came to be called the ''first lady of the judiciary'' by her peers and other admirers, a sobriquet earned during 35 years on the bench.

She was the first woman elected to the Municipal Court in New York County in 1940. She was active in the Democratic Party, but when she was up for re-election in 1949, she carried the endorsements of all three parties, all bar associations, the Citizens' Union, and the American Federation of Labor.

In 1954, Justice Amsterdam was appointed acting justice of the City Court, another first for a woman, and won election to the office the next year.

In 1958, she gained the Supreme Court bench as a Democrat-Liberal, supported again by a long roster of civic, communal, educational, labor, scientific, philanthropic, and religious groups. She served until 1975. In New York, the Supreme Court is the court of general jurisdiction, equivalent to Pennsylvania's Court of Common Pleas.

Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye, the first woman on the Court of Appeals in Albany, N.Y., the state's highest tribunal, recalled Justice Amsterdam's trailblazing achievements in a 1991 article in the New York Law Journal.

The state Supreme Court was more than 250 years old before a woman was elected to it, Judge Kaye wrote, and even now, women do not enjoy the status of equals in the legal profession. ''Thoughts of Justice Amsterdam's arrival on the New York state Supreme Court serve to remind of us both of how far we have advanced toward these objectives and how much they continue to elude us,'' she wrote.

Justice Amsterdam was one of six children of Joseph Amsterdam, a band leader from Austria. At 12, she taught English to foreign-born neighbors. Growing up in a neighborhood of immigrants and the poor awakened a commitment to social issues that guided her life as a lawyer and jurist. Her concerns ranged from playgrounds to summer camps, from slum clearance to shelter for the aged and the infirm, and from medical care to tuition assistance that could give a student a leg up. One of her special interests was the advancement of women in the legal profession.

Justice Amsterdam graduated on a state scholarship from Hunter College High School at 17. Waiting to meet the age requirement for admission to New York University Law School, she spent a year studying economics, banking and accounting at City College. She attended evening classes at NYU and held a full-time job at Mount Sinai Hospital, keeping records and accounts.

Once she received her law degree in 1922, Mount Sinai doctors helped her practice by steering friends her way. She swiftly established a reputation not only as a skillful lawyer but also as an eloquent friend of the downtrodden, a champion of women's rights and a diligent party worker. She became a Tammany Hall district co-leader on the East Side of Manhattan. 
Judge Birdie Amsterdam
 
137 Parents: Elmer Anderson & Esther Carlson Eleanor Anderson
 
138 Parents: Charles Andrews & Martha Roberts Mary Docia Andrews
 
139 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
 
140 Spouse: Rosie Abraham Antin
 
141 David Antin (February 1, 1932\endash October 11, 2016)
CHARLES BERNSTEIN

November 15, 2013, photo by Charles Bernstein
A great inspiration, radical model, dearest friend, and ever an iconoclast.

David Antin was one of the great American poets of the postwar period, transforming both the practice of poetry and the essay. His "talk poems" are chock full of startlingly philosophical insight, compelling autobiographical turns, and bursts of comic genius. His work is the record of a person thinking out loud, weaving narratives on the fly, and making poems that are as engaging as they are wise.

Antin's work can be read at his EPC page and seen and heard at PennSound.

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David Antin was born in New York City on February 1, 1932, and grew up in Brooklyn in a family of Eastern European émigrés. His father died when he was two. While his mother worked, Antin stayed with the various uncles and aunts who would later become vivid presences in his "talk poems."

Antin graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School, originally with the intention of becoming a scientist or an inventor. While at Tech, he first read Stein's Three Lives and Joyce's novels, and he began to be interested in a literary career. At sixteen he left home, attending the City College of New York. There he met Jerome Rothenberg and the two became lifelong friends. At City College, Antin edited the school's literary magazine and wrote mostly fiction.

Antin's aptitude for languages helped him land jobs after college as a scientific translator, bringing cutting-edge research in German and Russian to English-language readers. When Rothenberg returned from the army, he and Antin cofounded the Chelsea Review, working closely with Ursule Molinaro, Venable Herndon, and Robert Kelly. During that same time, Antin began working on an exploratory, expressive poetry that, along with Rothenberg's, was dubbed "deep image." During this time of the early 1960s, his poetry began to be published in various journals, including El Corno Emplumado, Folio, Kayak, and Trobar, as well as The New Yorker.

In 1961, Antin married Eleanor Fineman. Eleanor Antin has had a stellar career as multimedia artist. By the late 1960s, Antin's work took a turn toward more process-based, conceptual writing that immediately connected his work to that of visual artists with similar inclincations.

In 1968, the Antins moved to Southern California, becoming professors of art at the University of California at San Diego, where David was a founder of the visual arts program. That same year he published Code of Flag Behavior, and in 1971 Meditations built around an alphabetical listing of words that high school children had trouble spelling. Also in 1971, Antin was asked by Dore Ashton to take part in a series of talks she was organizing at Cooper Union, and along with other talks he was asked to do (at Pomona College in Southern California and a reading at the San Francisco Poetry Center), Antin began working with the improvisatory compositions \emdash "talk poems" \emdash that have defined much of his poetic activity from 1972 onward.

Among his important books of "talk poems" are Talking (1972), published by the Kulcher Foundation, Talking at the Boundaries (1976), Tuning (1984), and What It Means to Be Avant Garde (1993) \emdash all published by New Directions Press \emdash and i never knew what time it was (2005), published by the University of California Press. His Selected Poems 1963\endash 1973 was published by Sun & Moon Press (Los Angeles) in 1991. In 2002, Granary Books published A Conversation with David Antin, an interchange between Antin and the poet Charles Bernstein, which revealed a great deal about his earlier work and life.

In 2011, the University of Chicago Press published Radical Coherency: Selected Essays on Art and Literature 1966\endash 2005. In 2014, the University of New Mexico Press published How Long Is the Present: Selected Talk Poems of David Antin, edited by Stephen Fredman.

Antin died at Scripps Hospital in La Jolla, California. He had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, though he disputed the diagnosis.

Antin is survived by his wife Eleanor, his son Blaise and daughter-in-law Cindy, and their two children, Zachary, a freshman at Washington University in St. Louis, and Natalie, eleven years of age 
David Antin
 
142 Parents: Boruch Antin & Zise Rivbe Hyman Antin
 
143 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
 
144 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.
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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
 
145 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
 
146 Born June 26, 1925 in Putnam, Connecticut died on June 11, 2013 at her home in Ringhouse, Rockville, MD. Frances was predeceased by her loving husband Murray. She is survived by her children Jason Birnbaum (wife Roz), Eliot Birnbaum (wife Renee) and Karen Kracov (husband Eric). Also survived by grandchildren Matthew, Alex, Max, Natalie and Julie. A Funeral Service will be held in New York Frances Antokol
 
147 Shloma Nachum b'r Shrega Feivel (tombstone hard to read) Samuel Antupitzky
 
148 Parents: Isaac Appel & Freda Frank Ronald William Appel
 
149 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
 
150 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
 

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