Obituaries

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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

Lilia Paz

- September 14, 2021
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Dr. Lilia S. Paz was reunited with her beloved husband Nicasio on September 14th, 2021 at age 77. Lilia was born to Abelardo and Aurora Sales on March 14th, 1944 in San Juan Batangas, Philippines. The eldest of 9 brothers and sisters, Expedita, Vicky, Maria Luisa, Ariel, Agnes, Adel, Christina and Aureo. Lilia went to medical school at the University of Santo Thomas and went on to successfully

Richard Keene

- September 13, 2021
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Richard Rollins Keene, age 72, died unexpectedly at home on September 13, 2021. Contributing to his passing was hypertension, a failed heart valve and diabetes. Richard was born 2/23/1949. He was raised in Rye, New York, Lake Forest, Illinois and Tulsa, Oklahoma, where his father produced the television shows for evangelist, Oral Roberts. Richard attended college at the University of Wisconsin in

John Frederick Allen

- September 9, 2021
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Sadly, John Frederick Allen of Manhattan passed away peacefully on September 9th at Calvary Hospital. John's career in hospital and employee benefits included Montefiore Medical Center, New York University Medical Center, Irving Trust and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. John was an active and loyal alumnus of Hamilton College, he was co-president of the New York City alumni chapter and wa

Stella Caporale

- September 5, 2021
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Stella Miriam Babushkin Caporale's lifelong devotion to Public Health was exemplified this year by her frequently expressed frustration (at age 99) that, after decades fighting infectious diseases from polio to TB, her now stiff fingers prevented her from answering the call for retired nurses to help administer vaccines to protect against SARS-CoV2. BS-RN 1943 from Bellevue School of Nursing and

Mark Mangini

- September 5, 2021
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Mark Mangini passed away peacefully at home in Astoria on September 5th after a brief and courageous battle with cancer. Mark was born on April 1, 1952, in Manhattan to the late Suzanne Scheffer Mangini and Jerome J. Mangini. The oldest of five children, Mark was raised in Darien, CT, and attended the Darien public schools. A grandson of the renowned East End architect Alfred A. Scheffer, Mark spe

Mr. Russell C. Pomeranz

- September 4, 2021
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Born in 1957 to Jerome R. Pomeranz and Jaqueline R. Pomeranz (nee Goldenberg), Russell grew up on Demington Drive in Cleveland Heights Ohio. He attended University School and went on to study economics at Haverford College. He earned his MBA at the University of Michigan and had an illustrious career as a strategist connecting finance to the mission of non-profits. He worked for Maret School, t

Jamie Del Moon

- August 30, 2021
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On Monday, August 30, 2021, Jamie Del Moon passed away in Manhattan, New York. Jamie was born in Santa Fe, California on August 29, 1978. In the words of a close friend "if you'd ever met Jamie you probably had at least one ridiculous story about him. He inspired and provoked hilarity, but was also one of the most sensitive, beautiful, musical, and poetic souls with an intense darkness to him that

Martin (Tino) Santini

- August 25, 2021
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Martin Lawrence Santini, Jr., known as Tino, a man whose business acumen and artistic talents were exceeded only by his personal magnetism, died peacefully on August 25th of an aggressive glioblastoma brain tumor. Tino accomplished each project, hobby and new interest with ridiculous ease and infectious enthusiasm. He designed and built magnificent dry stone walls for family members, studied cooki

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