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251 Albert Nathanson, a longtime Hollywood businessman who played a role in the the development of the city, died Tuesday from Alzheimer's disease at Sunrise Rehabilitation Center and Nursing Home in Fort Lauderdale. He was 90.

Born in Long Branch, N.J., on May 25, 1909, Nathanson came to adulthood during the Great Depression in the 1930s.

With difficulty in finding work came desperation, and Nathanson, then in his early 20s, was in the midst of it. While trying to find a job, he told the manager of Silverod's, a drugstore on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, he would work for nothing until he proved himself.

He rose to become manager of the drugstore, and - at five-foot three - the best player on the company's basketball team.

In 1937 he met Selma Weinstein, whom he would later marry.

He was promoted a year later, but Nathanson and his new wife decided to move to Fort Lauderdale in 1939 and open a handbag store on Andrews Avenue.

With the advent of World War II, tourism in the area declined, and Nathanson closed the store and returned to Brooklyn with his family, working in the Brooklyn Navy Yard as a riveter repairing ships.

After the war, Nathanson moved to Long Branch, N.J., and then back to Fort Lauderdale in 1947 where he joined his father-in-law, Max Weinstein, a building contractor, building duplexes and homes in Victoria Park.

Since the properties were selling fast enough, in 1948, Nathanson and his wife decided to open the Betsy and Billy Children's department store at 1939 Hollywood Blvd., selling furniture and accessories, competing with four similar stores in the area.

''The store wasn't doing well and [he] started bringing in children's clothes and closed [out] the furniture aspect of the business.'' said his son, William Nathanson, who lives in Pembroke Pines and is owner of Polo Grounds, a sports-card business. ''He did so well that he was able to buy the property next door, expanding the store.''

He opened a shoe and toy department in the store, making the business into a fully outfitted store for children.

For 40 years, Billy and Betsy thrived until it closed it doors for the last time on November 10, 1988. A real-estate agency and medical supplies store now occupy the site, but the name of the store still remains at the entryway, according to his son.

In 1954 Nathanson received the first lifetime membership of the Hollywood Optimist Club, an organization that assists the needy.

That same year he donated all the equipment to the Hollywood Little League team, the only one in the city then.

From 1957 to 1988, Nathanson took an active role in both the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, distributing equipment to them.

In 1965, according to William Nathanson, his father donated all the uniforms to the Seminole Indians to start their Troop No. 102 and was given a chief's headdress.

As a member of the Hollywood Jewish community, Nathanson became instrumental in the formation of Temple Sinai of Hollywood, first at 13th and Johnson streets, now at 1400 N. 46th Ave. in Hollywood.

In addition to his son, Nathanson is survived by brother David Nathanson of Boca Raton and sister Edna Chapman of Miami Beach.

A service will be conducted at noon today at Levitt-Weinstein Beth David Chapel in Hollywood, followed by interment at Mount Sinai Cemetery in Opa-locka. 
Nathanson, Albert (I16236)
 
252 Albert Pfeifer, Jr., 93, died August 6, 2003 at his home at Clairmont Place in Decatur following a lengthy illness. An experienced pilot, he was anxious to join in the war effort and volunteered for the U.S. Army Air Forces Ferry Command, a division of the Air Transport Command (ATC), in 1943. After a succession of stateside assignments he was transferred to Sookerating, an ATC base in the Assam Valley of India, in June of 1944, to fly equipment and supplies over the treacherous Himalayas to China, as part of the China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater. "The Hump" - called the most rugged terrain in the world _ claimed more lives than any other non-combat aviation unit in World War II. Over a thousand pilots and crew members perished, some at the hands of the enemy, others to the jungle, the mountains or the monsoons. Lt. Pfeifer completed 87 round trip missions flying unarmed C-46's and C-47's totaling more than 650 hours flying time on routes which took him to Kunming and other locations in China. He was awarded both the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal for meritorious service and bravery in action. As part of the Special Weapons Center at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Capt. Pfeifer participated in the Hydrogen bomb testing on Eniwetok Island in the South Pacific. Pfeifer and his wife, Helen, took great pleasure in their membership in the China-Burma-India Hump Pilots Association and traveled extensively to group conventions. In 1987, the Pfeifers and other group leaders of the association were invited by the Nationalist Chinese Air Force to the dedication of the Chiang Kai-shek Cultural Center in Taiwan. In civilian life, Pfeifer was a manufacturer's representative for Progress Manufacturing Company, a leader in the home lighting industry but flying remained a passion throughout his lifetime. He co-owned several private planes and retained his pilot's license until age 75 when he took up golf. At age 81, he became a member of the Georgia State Golf Association's Hole-in-One Club. The couple celebrated their 69th anniversary just prior to her death in 2002. Pfeifer is survived by his daughter and son-in-law Mickey and Phil Goodman, grandchildren David and Joy Goodman, Nathan and Jamise Goodman, Elizabeth and Sonny Azani, and six great-granddaughters Pfeifer, Albert Joseph (I20462)
 
253 Albuquerque Journal - December 6, 2003

Sophia Cohen, a longtime resident of Albuquerque, passed away in Modest o, California on December 1, 2003, just prior to her 92nd birthday. She w as preceded in death by her husband, Abe Cohen, her sister Florence Pric e, and her brother Steve Kitzes. Following the death of her husband, she r elocated to Modesto, CA where her daughter Bonnie lives. Sophia was bo rn in Denver, CO, where Abe and Sophia were married in 1935. They mov ed to Albuquerque in 1936, where they founded the Pay Less Drug Stores cha in, which later merged with Walgreen's. Sophia was an active member of t he Albuquerque community, serving as President of Hadassah and Preside nt of Toastmistress as well as performing in several local theater product ions. She enjoyed singing the songs of her era, and she will be fondly rem embered for her singing style which delighted and entertained many peopl e. Her contributions to Congregation B'nai Israel and the Ronald H Gardens wartz Jewish Community Center were many, including the gymnasium and athle tic facility at the Jewish Community Center, named in honor of Abe and Sop hia. A devoted and loving mother, she is survived by her children who we re all born and raised in Albuquerque: Bonnie Strauss and husband Al an of Modesto, CA; Joyce Bloch of Aventura, FL; and Morty Cohen and wife B arbara of Corralitos, CA. She is also survived by her sister, Sadye Epste in of Emeryville, CA. Her grandchildren include Robert Strauss and wife Le igh, Randall Strauss and wife Katy, Richard Strauss, Adam Bloch and wife B renda, Jason Bloch, Kai Connor, Matt Cohen and Abe Cohen. Her great-grandc hildren include Aaron Strauss, David Strauss and Alec Bloch. She is also s urvived by nieces and nephews, including Jeffrey Epstein, Robert Epstei n, Mark Epstein, Sally Metzgar, Steve Burrell, Mark Burrell and Carol Poto cki. Remembrances may be made to one of Sophia's favorite charities, inclu ding Congregation B'nai Israel and the Ronald H Gardenswartz Jewish Commun ity Center. Services will be Sunday, December 7 at 3 o'clock p.m. at Fairv iew Memorial Cemetery, 700 Yale Blvd., SE. Officiating will be Rabbi Arth ur Flicker and Cantor Michael Dzubin 
Kitzes, Sophia (I10764)
 
254 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F6777
 
255 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. Alexander, Justin (I22644)
 
256 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F7165
 
257 alexandria Rescher, Douglas (I23143)
 
258 Alfred Gallup, 90, of the Teresian House, formerly of South Allen Street, died Tuesday at his residence after a brief illness.
He was a lifelong Albany resident.
Mr. Gallup worked for the former New York Central Railroad and the former Penn Central Railroad as an electrician. He retired in 1965.
He was a member of Temple Israel, where he did volunteer work, and also belonged to Congregation Agudat Achim in Schenectady. He was a 50-year member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and a 47-year member of the Washington Masonic Lodge 85 F&AM. He was a member of the Delaware Avenue Senior Citizens, the Council on Aging and the Independent Benevolent Society.
Survivors include his wife, Gertrude Gallup; a daughter, Sally Goldstein of Schenectady; and two grandchildren.
A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Independent Benevolent Cemetery, Fuller Road, Guilderland. 
Gallup, Alfred (I1051)
 
259 ALFRED J. GREEN
AGE: 95 • Wilmington, Delaware

A life well-lived…..
Alfred Green passed away September 25 with Florence, his beloved wife of 69 years, at his side. He is also survived by family that loved him: his children - Penny Madden, Karen Green and her partner Linda Cavanaugh, and Andrew Green; five grandchildren - Lezlie Madden and husband Matt Raalf, Zoe Vero, Bianca Rose Cavanaugh-Green, Alexander Green and wife Natanya Miller, and Elana Green; two great-grandsons - Everett and Tanner Raalf; former daughter-in-law Teresa Harrison; nephews Steven Dougherty, Steven Levine, Robert Levine, and niece Gwen Steptoe.

Born October 2, 1920, Al came of age during the Great Depression. He was the eldest of five children of Elizabeth and Samuel Green including his siblings Ruth, Vivian, Marvin and Herb. Graduating Wilmington High School at the age of 16, Al earned a chemistry degree from the University of Delaware and then a master's degree in chemistry from Virginia Tech by the time of his 21st birthday. By then, World War II was raging and Al served in the US Army Air Corps from 1942 to 1945, based in Saipan in the South Pacific. Al remained in the US Army Reserves for over 20 years, retiring with the rank of Colonel.

During the war, Al saw a photo of Florence Ferber in the Wilmington News Journal which was delivered to the local troops serving overseas. He told his sister that he wanted to date Florence when he returned. And that he did, showing up in his uniform to their first date. Florence vividly remembers that moment when she opened the door and saw that handsome soldier. Al and Florence were married in February 1947. Al began his career as a chemical engineer with National Vulcanized Fiber (NVF) where he remained for over 35 years, ultimately serving as a senior executive of the company. During this time, his extended family spent many happy summers together in Wildwood, New Jersey.

Beyond his boundless devotion to his wife and children, Al believed strongly in service to his community. A driving force in Al's life was the Jewish ideal of "Tikkun Olam," repairing the world. Al remained a lifelong member of Temple Beth Emeth, attending Saturday Shabbat services devotedly. He served the Jewish community in numerous leadership roles on the following boards - Temple Beth Emeth, including as President from 1968-1972; the Jewish Federation of Delaware, including as campaign chairman and treasurer; the Jewish Community Center; Pinemere Camp; and Beth Emeth Memorial Cemetery, including a long term as President.

In retirement, Al continued his service volunteering at the emergency room of St. Francis Hospital for over twenty years until he was 91 years old. He was also a volunteer with SCORE, the senior core of retired executives, and at the A.I DuPont Hospital for Children. At the age of 88, Al received the award as Volunteer of the Year from the Jewish Federation of Delaware in a ceremony attended by Delaware's governor and senator.

Al Green lived his life guided by the words etched on the front of his beloved synagogue, Temple Beth Emeth: "Do Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly with Thy God." He lived a long and sweet life… 
Green, Alfred James (I18395)
 
260 Alfred Klaber, 76, a former financial executive of three Bay Area retail clothing chains, died on Monday in a Walnut Creek hospital.
A native of Philadelphia, Mr. Klaber was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin. He moved from New York to San Mateo in 1950 and joined Hastings Clothing Co., serving as its controller and treasurer for 11 years.
He then became vice president of finance and operations for Grodin's clothing stores and, later, for Mervyn's department stores. Mr. Klaber retired in the early 1970s.
He was a founder and the first president of the First Unitarian Fellowship of San Mateo and was active for many years in the Exchange Club of San Francisco.
Mr. Klaber is survived by a son, Tom, of Berkeley; a daughter, Nancy Howe of Mount Shasta (Siskiyou County), and a sister, Alice Wolff of Houston.
 
Klaber, Alfred Wolff (I10933)
 
261 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4340
 
262 Alice F. Strouse, a resident of Redding for sixty years, died November 23, 2010 at Bethel Health Care surrounded by loving family and friends. She touched the lives of many and will always be in our hearts. Born in 1925 in Norfolk, Va., she graduated from Duke University with a degree in physics. After college, Alice worked for the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) in Langley, VA doing statistical analysis of World War II bombing photographs. In 1947, Alice met and married William M. Strouse, another physicist. They lived in Bethlehem, Pa. and Corning, N.Y. before moving to Connecticut in 1950. For almost 30 years, Alice taught mathematics at Danbury High School in a classroom brightened by red geraniums and a giant geometric mural. She loved teaching, and always said that her students "kept her young." She led many students to achieve excellence, and her academic mentoring created life long friendships. She was particularly influential as the math team coach, and as DHS's first AP Calculus teacher, a role she proudly filled until retiring at age 71. Outside the classroom, she also taught and modeled excellence as a gardener, creating gardens and inspiring others to create gardens of their own. The keys to her success were her devotion to mulch and her willingness, as an organic gardener, to deal capably with all the 'varmints.' Alice was regularly on patrol for bugs, slugs, and critters which she dispatched or deported with grace and vigor. Alice was a perpetual student of culture and history, and traveled extensively with Elder Hostel. Her travels included trips to Turkey, Morocco, Iceland, Thailand, Tonga, Sicily and the Galapagos Islands. Alice's motto was 'keep moving' and she did just that, outwalking fellow travelers twenty years her junior. Alice swam in the summer, cross country skied in the winter, and studied watercolors at the Redding senior center, creating many paintings and occasionally displaying her art at local shows. Alice is survived by a daughter, Mary (Miriam) Strouse, of New Paltz, N.Y. and a son, Peter Strouse of Danbury. She was predeceased by her husband in 1990. Fensterwald, Alice Ann (I6870)
 
263 Alice Klaber Potter, 87, of Columbus, died Wednesday, January 4, 2012. She was born May 22, 1924 in Montclair, NJ to the late William and Florence (Wolff) Klaber. She was a graduate of Montclair High School. She attended Women's College of North Carolina for three years, then went back to school in 1969 and graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science of Technology in 1985. She was a member of St. Luke's United Methodist Church of Houston, TX and served as a Stephen Minister. Alice participated in the Presidential Endowed Scholarship Program at Texas A&M and was an avid football supporter of the A&M team. She also loved attending the Columbus Crew soccer games. She had perfect attendance from 2004 through the 2010 season. She was honored to receive the Crew 2011 Fan of the Year Award. Alice enjoyed playing bridge, going to Jazz Concerts and being with her family at every opportunity. She is preceded in death by husband, William Scott Potter; two brothers, Alfred (Mercedes) Klaber and William (Joyce) Klaber, Jr. She is survived by children, Donna (Marvin) Koch of Columbus, Conni (Ivan) Eveland of Arkansas, Chuck (Cyndi) Wolff of Colorado, Luci (Paul) Seaux of Texas, Helen (Chris) Allison of Texas, and Anita (Jim) Grisebaum of Texas; grandchildren, Tiffani Koch, Todd (Andrea) Koch, Lindsey Wolff, and Ryan (Stephanie) Wolff; and great grandchildren, Mason Tyler Koch and Jensen Mei-Xiu Koch. Klaber, Alice (I10935)
 
264 ALICE M. STRAUSS, 71, died Friday, Dec. 3, 2004, at The Towne House Place Health Center in Fort Wayne.

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, she was a Registered Nurse with St. Joseph Hospital. She was the Treasurer of St. Vincent dePaul Society, and a member of the Toastmistress Club, and also a member of Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.

Alice was a loving mother to four daughters and one son. Survivors include daughters, Joni Sweeney of Spencerville, Kay Strauss and Carol Green, both of Fort Wayne, Sally Smith of Indianapolis; son, Stephen Strauss of Fort Wayne; devoted grandmother of six.

Graveside Service, followed by burial, is 1 p.m. Tuesday at Joseph Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Oehler, Alice Marie (I11121)
 
265 Alive in 2007 Jacobson, Esther (I1537)
 
266 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kaplan, Jeffrey Brian (I17905)
 
267 allegheny Kann, William L. (I23279)
 
268 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mendelson, Alan (I8158)
 
269 already naturalized in 1865 Reiss, Adeline (I11186)
 
270 Also known as Bernard and Bob

Age 86, of Lake Worth, FL, formerly of Swampscott - Husband of Molly "Mikki" (Arost) & the late Sandra (Slovin).

Brother of the late Selma Greenberg and Saul Katzman.

Father of Tuvia & Chana Katzman, Carol Katzman, Howard & Patricka Katzman, Richard & Alyson Katzman, and Sue Ellen & Jim Corning.

Stepfather of Judy & Jonathan Lake, Susan Jones, Cheri & David Lin, Deborah & Michael Freudenberg, Adam & Marci Staub, and Felicia & Wade Barton.

Grandfather of 27 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. 
Katzman, Robert (I20147)
 
271 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 Altman, Dr. Henry George (I17804)
 
272 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. 
Alley, Alton Wadsworth (I19515)
 
273 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
 
Altshul, Robert (I1318)
 
274 Amalie and Mollie were cousins Family F7090
 
275 AMDURSKY, Faye (née Zasloff). On Tuesday, September 23, 2014. Beloved wife of the late Harry. Loving mother and mother-in-law of Raisie and Simon Jacobson, David and Ellen Amdursky. Cherished grandmother of Debbie and Adam, Cheryl and Scott, Brian and Elana, Samantha and Marc, Robert and Becky. Proud great-grandmother of Gabriel, Madelyn, Samantha, Benjamin, Abigail, Andie, and Jules. Dear sister and sister-in-law of Ethel and the late Ruby Zasloff, Molly and the late Joe Joseph, Esther and Allan Zinman; and sister-in-law of Abe and the late Reay Amdursky, Reva and the late Cecil Labow, the late Moe Amdursky, the late Hilda and the late Nathan Lackman. Zasloff, Fay (I1561)
 
276 America Seligmann, Simon (I23708)
 
277 America Seligmann, Moriz (I23710)
 
278 America 1866 Reis, Immanuel (I16674)
 
279 America abt 1854 Housman, Sigmund (I23712)
 
280 ames Allen Shapiro, age 77, of Springfield, MO, passed away peacefully at home on August 8, 2015. Jim was born on Sept. 3, 1937 in Buffalo, New York, the son of David and Virginia Shapiro.

After graduating high school, Jim enlisted in the Navy and traveled the world. He later joined the United States Capitol Police department and retired at the rank of Sergeant in 1980. He moved his family to Springfield, MO where he opened multiple businesses, including Maaco, Springfield Unibody, and Key Largo. He was known for his incredible work ethic and how he would do most anything for a laugh. Jim loved to travel and was always the life of the party. His later years were fulfilled with his involvement with the Springfield Parrot Head Club where he enjoyed abounding friendships.

Jim was preceded in death by his mother and father; sister, Gloria; brother, Earl; and many beloved aunts, uncles, and cousins. He is survived by his daughter, Jennifer Williams and her husband, Brian, of Nixa, MO; his sons, Gary Shapiro and Randy Brann, of Norfolk, Virginia; his son Jeffrey (Yosef) Shapiro and wife Etyl, of Jerusalem, Israel; his nephew, Michael Shapiro, of Albuquerque, NM; and 11 grandchildren.

Visitation and funeral will take place at Gorman-Scharpf Funeral Home. Visitation is Monday, August 10 from 6-8pm and funeral will be held on Tuesday, August 11 at 10:00 AM. Interment will take place at Veteran's Cemetery with full military honors. 
Shapiro, James Allen (I19363)
 
281 an injury sustained at Guadalcanal during WWII Glicker, Herman (I15028)
 
282 An Isaac Rund of 255 Delancy St. was naturalizaed oct 1, 1851. he renounc ed the Grand Duke of Baden
_FA5: CONC s Office
 
Rund, Isaac (I6560)
 
283 An man was being held in lieu of $500,000 bail Sunday in connection with the slaying of a fellow gang member last week on the South Side.

Gandy Morris, 18, of the 21700 block of South Gailine Avenue, Sauk Village, was charged with first degree murder Friday after he mistakenly shot Fontia Lewis, 24, in the head, Cook County Assistant State's Atty. Lauretta Froelich said.

Morris and Lewis were standing at the corner of 87th Street and Marquette Avenue on Dec.5 when a van drove up and a passenger from a rival gang pulled out a gun, Froelich said.

As Morris began shooting at the vehicle, he shot Lewis once and fled, Froelich said.

Morris allegedly dropped the weapon into a bucket when he noticed a nearby police car. Police stopped him after a brief chase, discovered he was wearing a bulletproof vest and recovered the gun and spent shells, authorities said. 
Lewis, Fontia Lionel (I4389)
 
284 Andrea Zimmerman, 45, of Deerfield, November 15, 2004. Beloved wife of Marty; loving mother of Jack and Stefanie; dear sister of Jeff Kash and Deanne Heymann; cherished daughter of Phil and Marion Kash.

MMN: Frank 
Kash, Andrea Allison (I16381)
 
285 ANITA DIANE FREEDMAN, age 74, passed away on May 7, 2010 at the Abramson Center for Jewish Life, North Wales, PA with her daughter by her side. Daughter of late SAM-UEL and HELEN SILVERMAN; predeceased by GERALD SILVERMAN and CAROL ZIMMERMAN; Survived by her children SETH (LAUREL) FREEDMAN, BRAD (LAINIE) FREEDMAN, and CHERYL (JASON) ASUNCION; sister of ALAN (DANA) SILVERMAN, sister in law of DEBBIE SILVERMAN and PHIL (SHARON) ZIMMERMAN and grand- mother of ALEXANDER, ANDREW, and NAMIR FREEDMAN, JULIANNA and SOFIA ASUNCION; Aunt of STUART (MELISSA) ZIMMERMAN. ANITA was a Temple University Graduate who worked as an elementary education teacher in the Bristol Township School District until leaving in 1962 to raise her children. ANITA instilled in her children the love of learning, travel, going to museums and the beach. Silverman, Anita Diane (I17131)
 
286 Ann J. (Drooz) Pearson of Delray Beach, FL and Stoughton, MA, passed away on November 6, 2017.

Devoted daughter of the late Leonard & Marjorie (Cramer) Drooz.
Beloved wife of Gary Pearson.
Loving mother of Shari Shapiro & husband James of N. Easton. Cherished grandmother of 2. Sister of Sandy Bell of Niskayuna, NY.

Temple service at Temple Beth Am/Abraham, 1301 Washington St., Canton, MA,
Interment at Sharon Memorial Park, Sharon, MA. 
Drooz, Ann Jane (I8670)
 
287 Anne C. Gaynor
September 9, 1932 - October 25, 2017
Anne C. Gaynor, 85 years young, passed away unexpectedly yet peacefully on Wednesday, Oct. 25 at the stroke of midnight. (She had to be home by 12.) She was a 15 year pancreatic cancer survivor; her oncologist delighted in having a patient who crushed the odds. He stated, "She's been playing with the bank's money for years."
She was born on Sept. 9, 1932, in Winona, MN to Dr. Eli and Eunice Christensen. As a child, Anne showed great acumen in school studies, and sports. She was a high honor roll student, competitive golfer, and Home Coming Queen.
In 1950, she ventured to Wellesley College, sight unseen. Her big world adventure began with a steamer trunk and a series of trains before landing in Massachusetts. She transferred to Northwestern, class of 54. From there, she landed a job in NYC for NBC television where she met Jack Tobin the love of her life. They married in 1956 and had two daughters, Mary Kit and Elizabeth Carroll. In 1974, sadly, Jack passed away suddenly, and Anne bravely raised her daughters as a solo parent.
Several years later, she was set up on a blind date with Albert Gaynor, a former United States Attorney Southern District of NY. They married in 1976 adding to the family a caring stepfather, two sons, Larry and Alan, and a daughter, Robin.
They lived in back country Greenwich where Anne had horses. In 1988, they moved to San Diego and enjoyed a lovely retirement for 20 + years. Albert passed in 2007 and Anne moved back east to Old Greenwich to be closer to her family.
She was a nature lover, gardener, fed the birds with Friends of Greenwich Point, and loved dogs; and speaking of dogs, loved the Mets. Additionally, Anne was a dedicated member to the community of AA for 30 years. She was actively involved in the lives of her children, stepchildren, and grandchildren. Anne is survived by her two daughters, five grandchildren, her brother, Jon Christensen, who resides in Winona, along with his two sons Carl and Eric Christensen, and Carl's children, Haley and Ben.
Up until the end of September, she enjoyed robust health and mental clarity. She was still playing nine holes of golf, NY Times crossword puzzles IN PEN, and working out with the Silver Sneakers group. She will greatly be missed, loved by many, missed by all. Memorial Services will be held at the Stanwich Congregational Church in Greenwich, CT, on Friday, Nov. 10, at 11:00 a.m. A service of interment will take place in Winona at a later date. 
Christensen, Anne (I24730)
 
288 Anne Marie K?nstler Goldenberg, 100, died on December 7, 2018 in her home after a life filled with blessings, triumphs, joys and a few tragedies.
Her life had many stages-daughter, sister, wife, mother, OMA, and matriarch. During each stage, she touched many hearts/minds. She was a great listener and generously offered her advice. She was a role model and mentor to many people, always exemplifying graciousness, patience, hospitality, generosity, and gratitude.
Her funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, December 10, 2018 at the Strode Funeral Home Chapel, located at 610 S. Duncan in Stillwater. Interment followed at Fairlawn Cemetery in Stillwater.
Anne was born on February 5, 1918 to Moritz K?nstler and Julieanne (Cahn) Kunstler in Nuremburg, Germany. She survived the Holocaust, although her parents and 32 relatives were killed in concentration camps. In spite of the terrifying conditions that surrounded her, she was an optimist and always tried "to look on the bright side."
She married Theo Goldenberg on October 15, 1950 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, after meeting him on a blind date in NYC six weeks prior to their marriage. Theo worked at Katz Department Store for over 60 years, and they both ran a dairy which sold raw milk by the gallon on the back porch of their house.
Stillwater became her new home for the next 68 years.
Anne was a mother, homemaker, nurturer, but mostly, she was "OMA" to all who knew her.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Theo; and brother Peter Kunstler.
She is survived by one daughter Judy Ramsey (Jim) and one son Nate Goldenberg (Laurel); grandchildren Adam (Kristy), Ashley, and Abbi; great-grandchildren: Addison and Theo Goldenberg, Davin Reinke, and Brylie Fletemeyer; step-grandchildren Jay Ramsey (Terra) and Jenifer Perkins (Chris); step-great-children Kinley and Rainey Ramsey; Addison, Hayden and Linden Perkins; one nephew, Martin (Lisa) Kunstler, one niece, Julie Kunstler (Nati); special cousins Susan (Katz) Baum, Alan Katz (Karen). In Addition, there were many cousins. friends, and children across the world that held a special place in her heart.
In addition to her own family, she was abundantly blessed to adopt/love the Williams family-Sid, Annabelle, Jim, John (Peggy)-and, especially Anna Maria Williams Johnson, her husband Dr. Jon Johnson, their children Mariah (Andrew), Elizabeth, Jon Mark (Janice) plus Hannah, Eli, and Olivia. 
Kuenstler, Anne Marie (I22865)
 
289 ANNETTE TAKEFMAN Peacefully on Sunday, March
16, at Jewish General Hospital with loving family and friends by her
side. Devoted wife of recently departed Joseph Takefman for 60 years.
Daughter of the late Herman and Jenny Tower. Cherished mother and
mother-in-law of Earl and Mona-Lee (Friend), Mitchell and Lisa
(Maislin) and Janet and Alan Allnutt. She will forever remain in the
hearts of her grandchildren: Jay and fiancee Jennie Schwartzman,
Robert, Keri, Emily and Katie Takefman and Erica Allnutt. Dear sisterin-law
of Nettie and the late Isadore Steinman, the late Herschel and the
late Jean Takefman, and Froma and Norman Shulman. Sorely missed
by her best friend, Anita Dorfman and by Carl Ellner, who she loved
like a son. Fondly remembered by her many nieces and nephews and
close friends. 
Tower, Annette (I3067)
 
290 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wollstein, Stephen Kirk (I20702)
 
291 Annulled?

Single, not divorced in 1940 census 
Family F3529
 
292 Anthony Joseph Maurillo
APRIL 28, 1988 – DECEMBER 26, 2013

In the course of Anthony's battle with addiction, he was given the opportunity to make great strides in his recovery through the valiant efforts of Opportunities Court, headed by renownedOrange County Judge Wendy Lindley. Believing that real change can be made through behavior modification and rehabilitation, as opposed to jail sentences, this award winning program turned Anthony's life around at one point. He went from a life of addiction to one of dignity and pride, including completion of his Associates Degree and a place on the Dean's List.

Opportunities Court, inassociation of the Orange County Collaborative Courts, is partially funded by the Collaborative Courts Foundation.

In lieu of flowers, donations are requested and once completed, will be submitted to the Foundation as a remembrance to Anthony Joseph Maurillo. . Anthony was forever grateful for the treatment and tools he received from this noble and distinguished cause. While funding and admission is limited, donations are a lifeline to making the difference in turning some of these precious lives around. We have seen firsthand, this transformation from addiction into responsible parents and job holders. On graduation day, there is not a dry eye on either side of the Judge's bench. Please help to make a difference.

Checks can be made payableto: Anthony Maurillo 22 Bergamo, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 -or- a special account has been set up at: Citibank ABA Routing number: 322271724 Account number:42010795682

Your generosity and kindness is appreciated by many...

Tony and Lynn Maurillo

Anthony Joseph Maurillo was born April 28, 1988 and he passed away December 26, 2013. 
Maurillo, Anthony Joseph (I24247)
 
293 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 
Antin, Wallace Martin (I11834)
 
294 ANTINE-Martha. April 12, 1998, in her 97th year. Devoted wife of the late Leon J. Antine, M.D., mother of Lenore Elkan of Yorktown Heights, NY and Herbert Antine, of Punta Gorda, FL; grandmother of five and great-grandmother of four. She will be missed Lehman, Martha (I15048)
 
295 Apparently, this was an "official marriage" to allow Harris to complete his1891 passport application. Family F53
 
296 Appendicitis Rothschild, Kurt (I7299)
 
297 April 11, 1902-March 7, 2003

Evelynne P. Rosenfield, 100, of Escondido died Friday. She was born in Mineral Wells, Texas, and was an inventory clerk for Meier & Frank department stores. She was a member of Daughters of the American Revolution, North County, and the Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter 154, Escondido.

Survivors include her daughter, Alice Inga of Escondido; son, Edward Webb of San Marcos; three grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchildren. 
Patrick, Evelynne (I14295)
 
298 April 22, 1995: Sister ETA POWELL said JOSEPH was 6 years older than her.

My mother, Annie DIAMOND's diary entry of November 29th, 1963: "Went to t he funeral of the late Mrs. LAZARUS, Anne ROSENBLATT's mother at 11: 00 am and Joe MITTLEMAN's at 2:00 pm. It was heartbreaking for everyon e. Sarah (BERNSTEIN PEARSON MITTLEMAN) and Avrum MITTLEMAN flew in from M iami." The day before, Annie wrote: "Aunt Bertha called to tell me that J oe MITTLEMAN had a heart attack in the office." 
Mittleman, Joseph (I4439)
 
299 ARANSAS PASS - Salvatore Joseph Cardice, a Navy veteran who also served with the naval intelligence, died May 26, 2001. He was 88.
Survivors include his wife, Jeanne; a son, Robert Lee Cardice of Tallahassee, Fla.; a daughter, Regina Cochran of Aransas Pass; and nine grandchildren. 
Cardice, Salvatore Joseph (I7268)
 
300 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jaratz, Enrique (I21938)
 

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