Obituaries

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Ivan Johnny Ivanac

November 20, 1939 - October 8, 2021
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´╗┐Ivan "Johnny" Ivanac, November 20, 1939 - October 8, 2021 In Loving Memory of Johnny, who passed away peacefully on October 8th at the age of 81. Johnny is survived by his loving wife, Silva, siblings, Maria and Milan, children, John, Oliver, and Alexandra, and their spouses, grandchildren, Luke, Julia, Elise, Amalia, and Zoe. He was predeceased by his siblings, Lenka and Tomo. Fondly known

Belen Nobleza Santiago

- October 2, 2021
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Belen Santiago was born in July 1939 in Manila, Philippines. She received her nursing degree before marrying her husband, Elpidio Santiago, whom she was married to for more than 40 years. She was actively involved with her church and dedicated her life working as a registered nurse. Belen is survived by her sister, Eloisa Dominguez; her daughter, Maria Schulz; and her two grandchildren, Dante and

Dorothy C. Marre

- October 2, 2021
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Dorothy passed away on Saturday, October 2, 2021. Dorothy was a resident of Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.

Qian Chen

- September 30, 2021
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Qian Chen was an extraordinary woman throughout her entire life. She was smart, decisive, considerate, an artist, a graphic designer, a musician, and most importantly, a beloved mother-like aunt in my heart. She was also strong of mind and nothing could really stop her from doing the right thing. Although Qian Chen has departed to a new world, the legacy she left behind in this world to me is a

Greta Flaum

March 4, 1933 - September 28, 2021
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Greta Flaum passed away on September 28 at 88 years of age. She is survived by children Stephen, Russ, and Larry; her grandchildren Sheila, David, Samantha, and Elischka; great-grandchild Patrick. She loved to write and rewrite, especially about her flight from Nazi Austria. Greta was 6 years old when her older brother Karl led her by the hand on the Trans-Siberian railway and by freighter from S

Joshua Rothchild Hardin

January 4, 1976 - September 27, 2021
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Josh was a bright-eyed, inquisitive child with a sophisticated sense of humor and a contagious laugh. He had a brilliant mind, was an artist and a creative cook. He got heavily into drugs in his late teens and steadily proceeded to squander his many talents. The person he was is greatly missed by his wife, Jinhee Jung and his mother, Joan Rothchild Hardin. His father, Russell Hardin, died in 2017.

Mr. Richard M. Froehlich

- September 24, 2021
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Richard Froehlich passed away suddenly of cardiac arrest on Friday, September 24th. He is predeceased by his husband, Dr. Joseph DiVito, who passed away five months to the day before Richard's passing. Richard embraced life, love, and family. His absence will be felt heavily by all who knew him and those whose lives were improved by the impact of his work. Richard is survived by his siblings

Virginia Jarczynski

- September 21, 2021
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Virginia (Jinny) Marie Howlett was born on September 28, 1929 to George and Helen Howlett and was raised with her siblings, George, Grace and Bob. She trained and served with excellence as a registered nurse at St Vincent's Hospital in the West Village of NYC and then later in Huntington, NY where she raised her family. Jinny was married to Gerard Jarczynski for 38 years. They raised their three a

Andreas Nicolas Belli Marinos

- September 20, 2021
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Andreas Nicolas Belli Marinos was fearless - a brilliant, creative gift to all who knew him. His life is being celebrated in many languages and around the world. Andreas was boisterous and filled with life from the moment he came into this world, just four minutes after his big brother Paolo. Together, they shared a special bond that brought exceptional joy and purpose to their family. As a young

Richard Lachmann

- September 19, 2021
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Richard William Lachmann, age 65, of New York, NY, died in the early morning of September 19, 2021 of a heart attack. He was born on May 17, 1956 in New York City, the oldest son of Karl Lachmann and Lotte (Becker) Lachmann, who fled the Nazi regime in their native Germany. Richard grew up in Queens and graduated from the United Nations International School in 1974. He then attended Princeton Univ

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