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301 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)
 
302 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)
 
303 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)
 
304 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)
 
305 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wollstein, Stephen Kirk (I20702)
 
306 Annulled?

Single, not divorced in 1940 census 
Family F3529
 
307 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)
 
308 ANTIN, NICOLE (NIKKI) nee Muriel Rothenberg Passed away on June 2, 2018 after a brief illness that ensued after a fall. Nikki was born in New York to Meyer and Rebe Rothenberg on July 7, 1924. As a teenager she studied music, played the harp and later attended Julliard School of Music. She became a professional harpist playing for the Kansas City Orchestra and the NBC Orchestra at Radio City Music Hall. Nikki was swept off her feet by Wallace M. Antin, an Air Force bomber pilot and they married in 1947. Wally became a real estate developer, relocating for business to So. Florida. Nikki worked alongside Wally in the real estate business while raising two children, Mark and Jane. She was remarkable in her resilience when the financial vagaries of the building business tested her, venturing out and becoming a real estate agent when she was well into her 60's. When financial times were good, Nikki's life was rich with tennis, travel, boating and fishing, and working for charitable organizations. Nikki lived a fulfilling 93 years, most recently residing at Oakmonte Village of Davie where she met many new friends. Nicole is predeceased by her loving husband Wallace and her brother Arthur Rothenberg. She is survived by her son Mark Antin and wife Sarah and her daughter Jane Mazzarella and husband John. She is also survived by her sister-in-laws Barbara Schekter and Enid Rothenberg. Additionally, Nicole is survived by four grandchildren, Jesse Antin, Cali Mazzarella, Judd Antin, Dara Mazzarella and 4 great grandchildren Mason, Rye, Sage and Thomas. A celebration of Nicole's life was held at Oakmonte Village of Davie among family and friends followed by a scattering of ashes in the warm Gulfstream waters.
Published in the Miami Herald on June 10, 2018 
Rothenburg, Nicole (I13897)
 
309 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)
 
310 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)
 
311 Apparently a very short marriage. Katy never gave up her home on Clarke St. Family F8964
 
312 Apparently, this was an "official marriage" to allow Harris to complete his1891 passport application. Family F53
 
313 Appendicitis Rothschild, Kurt (I7299)
 
314 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)
 
315 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lewis, Susan R. (I24981)
 
316 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)
 
317 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)
 
318 Argentina, the Promised Land Tribute to the Promised Land: Argentina
Médanos, Bahía Blanca and Buenos Aires frame the majority of the 80 years of Enrique Jaratz, who began as a warehouse dealer and became president of a bank. Identified for his contributions to important charitable works and flamboyant "Citizen Solidario", he says that this type of attitude is a family property and a way of thanking the hospitality that the country provided to his ancestors.
09:00 | 04/24/2005Argentina, the promised land Tribute to the promised land: Argentina. The new one. White Bay. The newspaper of the Argentine south. News from the city, region, country, world

Médanos, Bahía Blanca and Buenos Aires frame the majority of the 80 years of Enrique Jaratz, who began as a warehouse dealer and became president of a bank. Identified for his contributions to important charitable works and flamboyant "Citizen Solidario", he says that this type of attitude is a family property and a way of thanking the hospitality that the country provided to his ancestors.

Between the earth that the wind rises a small house of adobe appears of three pieces. The bathroom is 20 meters and to find water in the mill you have to walk almost a block.
The boy who wakes up at dawn to bring his horses closer to his father, now plays ball. But he does not dream of wearing Boca's shirt: his future is shaping up for trade, far enough away from the dusty fields of Nicolás Levalle.

* * *

From the impeccable fifth floor of the Brasilia building, one hundred meters from Rivadavia Square, Enrique Jaratz has his eyes fixed on time. A few hours ago he has returned to Bahía Blanca and also to his yesterday, from a present that says to live with tranquility and gratitude, above all for the brand new distinction of "Citizen Solidario" that on Thursday granted him the Deliberative Council.
--To this homage that the city has given me I want to transform it into an act of gratitude to the country that a century ago received my maternal grandfather. Because this land, so far from his native Russia, gave him every opportunity to live in freedom, to work, to educate his children and to prosper in family. The distinction, moreover, coincides with the Jewish Passover, which began yesterday, and which rightly represents the Freedom Festival - says Jaratz, Medan of vital eight decades and neighbor of Buenos Aires for 15 years.
Their footprints appear in most of the solidarity projects of Bahía Blanca and a large region; even in other provinces, such as Rio Negro.
- Why?
- Because it responds to a spirit of solidarity that comes from family and that I have been able to continue thanks to the great support of my wife and my children. Also from my friends and my partners. For example, when I turned 70, they wanted to make me a great gift. I knew it and then I asked for cash with which we bought a big house in the Northwest neighborhood, where today there are low-income children. The message of John Paul II also served to strengthen my work for the humble. But I will not go into detail about what we have done.

* * *

Enrique Jaratz was born on September 6, 1924, in Médanos. He grew up there: he went to sixth grade in School No. 1, worked in the field with his father and later, in a car, he was a delivery agent for his grandfather's store.
In 1945 he left for San Carlos de Bariloche, where he served in the Artillery Regiment.
"I was the assistant to Captain Robustiano Patron Costas, a member of a family well known for his northern wits. When Juan Domingo Perón came, he asked for the discharge. I had to hatch all the time, because with the cold there was no firewood that reached. On July 9, when I swore the flag, it was 20 degrees below zero.
After that experience in Bariloche, Jaratz returned to Medanos. He opened a store, in 1949 he married Emma Priluk and had two sons and a woman.

* * *

A silent film of Carlitos Chaplin, in Médanos, was the first thing that Enrique Jaratz saw in the cinema. From those times he remembers the effort and a worthy poverty.
"There was never a plate missing at my house." But of course, my father worked from sunrise to sunset.
In not many years, the boy who dreamed of being someone in the commercial world was fulfilling his objectives. For example, it took advantage of the great development of the garlic in the district of Villarino and was dedicated to the hacienda and the export.
"That progress, in 1955, allowed me to reach Bahia Blanca and engage in new activities. We live in Casanova 434, until I built, in 1966, the Brasilia building. For a special circumstance, I was invited to become a shareholder in Banco Mutual del Sud, then converted into a corporation. Over time we drive through all of Patagonia. We started with Médanos, of course. I was president until 1989, when it was sold, something that later was repeated several times. I continued as a director until a few years ago.
- What is silver?
"An instrument for doing positive things." But for a good quality of life it does not take much.
- How is the world of money?
- Difficult for the inflationary processes suffered by the country, where the more aggressive the better.
- Did you move away from the Jewish religion?
--Do not. I am very respectful of the legacy of my ancestors. I also try to help in Buenos Aires. In 2002, there were some 30,000 Jewish families below the poverty line.
- Are you happy?
--Yes.
- What?
- Being able to do things for others, even if they are "aspirins".
- Do you feel guilty?
--Do not. I have always sought to work with honesty and enthusiasm.
- At this time, with so much corruption on the surface, what do you tell the young people?
- That they devote themselves to study and to work for the right, that this country offers its fertile land throughout the territory.
- You thought to leave?
"I do not change Argentina for anything." Not even for Israel, the United States or Australia. This country has been providing possibilities for a long time, as it was given to my grandfather and all those who want to do.
- What advice do you give your grandchildren?
- That they do not look beyond our borders, that they stay here, that there is place for 100 million inhabitants.
- What has life given you?
--Great joys, such as my marriage and my children, and ... also the worst thing that can happen to a human being: the loss of a child.
-Will you write your story?
"Several have proposed to me, but I believe it is already written with facts.



Today

* For 15 years he lives in the neighborhood of La Recoleta, in Buenos Aires. He is engaged in farming and livestock farming in Coronel Pringles, where he travels twice a month.
* Strange Bay, for his affections and for all the works he undertook. Also Monte Hermoso.
* He says he left a few friends from his childhood and names only two: Alberto Benito Casas and Moses Guernstein, both Class 1924.
* We still love football. He is always following the campaigns of Boca and is now very enthusiastic about the appearance of the Bahian Rodrigo Palacio.
* At age 80, he believes that God will determine the path he must follow after this life.

"Beto" Cabrera

Jaratz was head of Banco del Sud when he decided to take a very special employee: Alberto Pedro Cabrera, one of the great glories of bahiense sport.
"Through him I became a fan of Students. He worked with current accounts and had everything very fresh in his memory. It was sufficient to mention the name of the client to Beto, immediately, saying the number. A phenomenon as a player and professional."


* Grandfather
Santiago Guitman arrived in the Medanos area in 1905. He came from Russia, alone and escaping from hunger and persecution. It was Kiev, about 300 kilometers from what is now Ukraine.
He found a job as a laborer in a farm in the south of the Villarino party, owned by the Viale-Rizzo firm, which in turn owns all the railroad restaurants.
Three years passed before he was able to bring his wife and three children. In these lands two more were born.
Then settled in Médanos, where he opened a small business. In 1910 he dedicated himself to dismantling about 20 thousand hectares of piquillines, in the area of ??Nicholas Levalle, to convert them into fertile fields.

* His parents
Iza Jaratz also came from Russia, but Carlos Casares, Buenos Aires province. Then he went to Bernasconi. He worked in the salinas of Anzoátegui and in 1920, in Médanos, he met his wife, Clara Guitman. They had five children. 
Jaratz, Enrique (I21938)
 
319 Ari Halberstam, a yeshiva student, was killed in the attack. He was the son of Mrs. Devorah Halberstam and David Halberstam, members of distinguished families associated with the Chabad-Lubavitch movement. He was raised under the personal supervision of the seventh Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson. The Halberstam family had ties to the Rebbe as Ari's father worked as a butler and personal manager to the Rebbe. The Halberstam family also includes a rabbinic dynasty of its own, Bobov, whose first Rebbe was Shlomo Halberstam.

On March 1, 1994, Ari Halberstam was visiting the ailing Rebbe at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, and was returning to his Brooklyn home via the Brooklyn Bridge. On the entrance ramp to the bridge, gunman Rashid Baz opened fire on the van, which also carried more than a dozen other Hasidic students. Baz was equipped with a submachine gun, two 9mm guns, and a "street sweeper" shotgun. Baz pursued the van across the bridge as he fired in three separate bursts, spraying both sides of the van, before disappearing into traffic. During the shooting spree, the gunman reportedly shouted in Arabic "Kill the Jews," expressing revenge for the terrorist massacre of 29 Muslim worshipers at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron by Baruch Goldstein four days prior. The attack critically wounded two of the young men and injured two others.

Halberstam was rushed to St. Vincent's Hospital and was the most severely wounded, having been shot in the head by Baz. As a result of the massive brain injuries, Halberstam was pronounced dead five days after the shooting.

As the funeral procession took place on Eastern Parkway, outside the central Lubavitcher synagogue at 770 Eastern Parkway, some 10,000 mourners and more than 250 police officers took part in the event, to maintain safety. Halberstam was buried in the Montefiore Cemetery in Queens. 
Halberstam, Ari (I25653)
 
320 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Eveland, Ivan Duane (I17761)
 
321 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Johnson, Evan (I8754)
 
322 Armenia Mardigian, Samuel Muktar (I2149)
 
323 AROESTY, Shirley D. Formerly of Rochester, NY. Entered into rest on Sep. 12, 2012 at age 89. Daughter of Alexander and Dora (Cohen), predeceased by her beloved husband Albert I. Aroesty, her son Elliot Aroesty and her daughter Ruth Aroesty Levenson. Survived by her loving daughter Hannah Aroesty, her dedicated son-in-law Prof. Jon D. Levenson, and her beloved grandchildren and great-grandchildren. As well as by her brother and sister-in-law Prof. Arnold and Dr. Doris Dunn of Los Angeles, CA. Dunn, Shirley Estelle (I14964)
 
324 Aron Peretz Pearson, Aaron (I3133)
 
325 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 Arost, Ivin (I20138)
 
326 Arrived as Tauba Hansrath with mother Henda Hausrath, Henda (I2165)
 
327 Arrived as Tauba Hansrath with mother Henda Stahlberg, Theda (I1980)
 
328 Arrived Ellis Island 9/24/1895 with Oscar and Ida. Name Grumwold Marmorstein, Rosa (I358)
 
329 Arrived in 1946, age 17, through Association of Jewish Children. First stayed in hias HOUSE in NY for a month as arrangements were made.

Lived in Budpest four years as a Gentile with Duci.
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Ella Mizne (nee Neumann), age 87, died on March 30, 2017. She was a retired medical technician who resided in Merion Station, Pennsylvania. Wife of the late Victor Friedman and Jack Mizne; mother of Lynn Friedman, Gail (Roy) Kardon, Dr. Steven (Jan) Friedman; sister of Lenore Sherman and Moll Staub; grandmother of Vicki, Matt (Hannah), Robby, Dan, and Lizzy; and great-grandmother of Annabel. Contributions in her memory may be made to US Holocaust Musuem 
Arost, Ella Neumann (I20050)
 
330 Arrived in 1949, to uncles in NJ Friedman, Victor (I20060)
 
331 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rose, Suzanne (I15291)
 
332 Arthur Hirschman b. 1892 Minnesota, died 1953 son of David Herschman a junk peddler and Sara . Arthur married June 1928, Minnie Kovinsky b. abt 1907 Windsor ONT Canada. dau of Joseph and Annie Kovinsky had son David. Owned Aetna Metal Products in the Village of Van Dyke, MI Retired to Miami. Minnie's family were from Poland Russia and were in the metal salvage business Hirschman, Arthur Frank (I14654)
 
333 Arthur M. Friedman of Sylvania, OH. formerly of Rochester, N.Y passed away peacefully in his sleep on Saturday, January 6, 2018. Born in Rochester, New York on April 22, 1926 to Louis and Mildred (Weigler). Arthur was a 1944 graduate of Monroe High School. In 1950 he married the love of his life, Marcia Guttenberg in Rochester, N.Y.

Serving as a sergeant in the U.S. Army in World War II from 1944 - 1946, receiving a honorable discharge. Following his discharge, Arthur began his career as a sales representative for soft goods in the Rochester area. Eventually his career relocated him and his family moved to Detroit, MI. for a short period before settling down in the Toledo area. Creating a name for himself, he ventured out on his own and owned his own business, Arthur M. Friedman Associates.

Arthur was active in the Toledo Jewish community, serving as a board member for Congregation B'Nai Israel. Arthur was involved in creating and implementing various anti-prejudice programs such as, "Erase the Hate" in order to unify the community and bring together the numerous religions and churches in the area. Arthur also was involved in many charities, including the Charity Newsies, a nonprofit organization old newsboys assisting children with clothing and school supplies.

Preceded in death by his parents, son Richard Friedman, his sisters Lillian (Abraham) Eramus, Ivy (Manny) Phillips and Adele Striker.

Surviving is his wife of 67 years, Marcia; son Mark; grandchildren, Shawn Friedman, Adam (Jessica) Friedman and Lindsay (Blaine) Kuneman. Numerous nieces and nephews will also fondly remember him.

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at the Robert H. Wick/Wisniewski Funeral Home 2426 North Reynolds Rd. Toledo, OH. 43615. Interment Beth Shalom Cemetery. T 
Friedman, Arthur M. (I15611)
 
334 Arthur Rescher

Company Executive

Arthur Rescher, 86, a Washington area resident since the 1950s who was a retired vice president for sales of the Pennsylvania-based WRS Motion Picture & Video Laboratory, died Aug. 2 at Washington Hospital Center after surgery for a heart ailment. He lived in West River.

Mr. Rescher, a former Alexandria resident, was born in New York and helped make training films and documentaries as an Army sound engineer during World War II. In the early 1950s, he traveled the world as a sound engineer with journalist Drew Pearson. Later in the 1950s, he became a founder of the old Capital Film Lab and then worked for Byron Film Lab here before joining WRS, where he worked from 1971 to 1999.

He was a life member of the Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers and a life member and director of CINE (the Council of International Nontheatrical Events).

Mr. Rescher's hobbies included sailing.

His marriage to Claire Rescher ended in divorce.

Survivors include his wife, Lee Rescher, whom he married in 1970 and who lives in West River; two children from his first marriage, Douglas Rescher of Alexandria and Barbara Perry of Rockville; two stepdaughters, Sandra Stewart of Lexington, Ky., and Sharri Riva of Scottsdale, Ariz.; and a grandson.

William J. Lawlor 
Rescher, Arthur (I23140)
 
335 ARTHUR W. RUBEL, formerly of Sparkill, NY died dearly Thursday morning in Houston, Texas. Born in Manhattan, he later married and moved to Rockland County, NY. He was predeceased by his wife , Nancy Rubel. He leaves behind his son, David Rubel, also from Houston, Texas, his daughter, Ann McManus of Valley Cottage andtwo grandchildren, Rebecca and Sean. A private memorial will be held in Houston Rubel, Arthur Westheimer (I6882)
 
336 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Friedler, Gregory Stephen (I20675)
 
337 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Staub, Felicia Sue (I20038)
 
338 As A Child Mrocskowski, Mottel (I479)
 
339 As obtained from Barbara Rediker Zenn, Solomon (I15282)
 
340 Assistant Buyer/ Berenson, Yetta (I20019)
 
341 At 24, Dianne Gladstone, the meticulous young tax official, followed her romantic instincts. She would marry this fellow who had offered — on a blind date no less — a pricey dinner at Maxwell's Plum, in Manhattan's archetypal 1970's singles spot. A year later, she was a Mrs.

And as in her public life — 37 years at the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance — her instincts were right on the money. She and Herb Gladstone, a crane operator, skied, hit the Broadway shows, traveled. Each year they celebrated the holidays at the Queensboro Hill Jewish Center, where they were married, and then it was off to the Caribbean.

Even at home, she was, "organized, maybe too organized," Mr. Gladstone recalled. In their Forest Hills home she had tax files going back to when they had met, he said, recalling her fondness for her tax work as section chief in Tower Two, 86th floor.

Yet in her favorite photo, on the beach at Provincetown at sunset last Labor Day, Dianne Gladstone, at 55, looked as happy as Mr. Gladstone could ever remember, perhaps because her thoughts were far away from tax codes, the paper shredder and the job she treasured. She had decided to retire — to their new house, near the water, on the north fork of Long Island. The moving date was next April. 
Guttenberg, Dianne (I15627)
 
342 at least 5 additional children Green, Dora (I16414)
 
343 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rozen, Brett Ira (I17179)
 
344 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wollstein, David Francis (I20700)
 
345 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wollstein, Theodore Christopher (I20701)
 
346 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wollstein, Mary Helene (I20706)
 
347 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goodman, Nathan (I20855)
 
348 Attorney Milton Dunn dies; 37 years in law practice

Milton Dunn specialized in personal injury claims during his 37 years as a practicing Cleveland attorney. Mr. Dunn was 66 years old when he died on April 27 at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Institute in New York.

He was a resident of Beachwood. A graduate of Ohio State University, Mr. Dunn served at one time as an assistant director of Camp Baker (fore-runner of Camp Wise). He participated in the planning of the new camp facilities.

Mr. Dunn was a captain with the field artillery of the U.S. Army in the South Pacific during World War

Following his graduation from Western Reserve University Law School in 1948, Mr. Dunn joined the A.H. Dudnik law firm. He later formed his own law firm in 1960 in the Illuminating Building. Mr. Dunn was a past president of the Cleveland Academy of Trial Lawyers and a member of the medical-legal committee of the Cuyahoga County Bar Association. He was a member of The Temple, B'nai B'rith and a former member of Jewish War Veterans. Mr. Dunn continued to serve on the Jewish Community Center campsite committee. In addition to his wife, the former Pauline Warner, he is survived by a daughter, Laura Lustig of Akron; sons, Howard A. and Richard F.; two grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters. 
Dunn, Milton (I618)
 
349 Aug 2003. Assume link to Simon, Meier, et. al. is through mother. Mal ka had different father. "cousin" link is artificial. Archie must have b een cousin to her siblings.

Sept. 5, 1993: Freda BASBAUM mentioned that Archie married his cousin Mal ka PEARSON

March 27, 1994: Lorne PEARSON recalled the name CHINSKY was used in associ ation with Malka. While MALKA may have been a first cousin of Archie, per haps her maiden name was CHINSKY!

April 20, 1998: The mystery was solved when Larry [Laurence Drew PEARSO N) of Coral Springs, FL sent me his descendants list. He showed Malka's m aiden name as PEARSON but her mother Anna's maiden name as CHENSKY.

Dec, 1 1999: Lorne mentioned that Cecile EFROS KLEIN told him Malka and h usband Aaron were first cousins. Lorne thinks she was about 92 or older w hen she died. She broke her arm on a streetcar while in her 90s.

Town: Bialystok PSA BM1888-99
Surname Givenname Year Type Akt Father Moth er Remarks
DLUGOLEWSKI Josif Lejbowi cz 1897 B 5 10


Town: Bialystok Deaths
Fathersurn Givenname Year Type Akt Sex A
ge Father Grandfath Surname2 Husba nd Date Town Occupati on Commen ts Film
DOLGOLOFSKI Yankel 18 55 D 93 M 4 Gersh 24 J ul ..nove

747735
DOLGULOVSKI Soru 1855 D 1 38 F 1 Gersh 3 Aug Yan ov 747 735

Town: Bialystok D1874,76,77,84-86 V1884-86 M1866-78,83-86 B1871,2,4,5,83 ,4,6
Surname Givenname Year Type Akt Fath er Film

DLUGOLOWSKI stillborn 1874 B 54M Janki
el 1191936

DLUGOLOWSKI 1874 D 22M Janki
el 1191936

DLUGOLOWSKI Boruch 1875 B 148M Ber
ko 1191936

DLUGOLOWSKI Elia 1875 B 155M Janki
el 1191936


not on line

births:

D£UGO£OWSKIBoruchBerko148Bia³ystok1875
D£UGO£OWSKIEliaJankiel155Bia³ystok1875
D£UGOLIÑSKIJoselSzmul Lejb55Bia³ystok1872
D£UGOWSKIDawid JoselLejb44Bia³ystok1875
D£UGO£OWSKIStillbornJankiel54Bia³ystok1874 
Dlugolowska, Malka Gittel (I281)
 
350 August 15, 1993: BESSIE PEARSON YATES suggested I call her sister FREDA re family information. FREDA and MAX recently moved back to Montreal after being away for 65 years. FREDA had tried to organize a "Pearson family circle" and annual reunion in 1960. She sent a letter and questionnaire to many members of the family but their was little response. She did say she heard from my mother ANNIE. Also from ETA POWELL who lived at 5511 Beaminster Place at the time.

FREDA suggested I drop by some afternoon when her sister RITA is available. She thinks that between the two of them, she will be able to give me a lot of family information. She has a photograph of her grandfather and grandmother JOSHUEL PEARSON and FEIGE/FANNY COHEN. FREDA did not k now that FEIGE's name was COHEN.

Nov. 30, 1998:
There are 1935 birth registrations in the Shaare Tefillah records for Freda and her siblings Philip, Bessie Miriam, Annie and Reta 
Pearson, Freda (I1590)
 

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