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Thomas Miller

- February 15, 2020
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It's hard finding a picture of Thomas Miller smiling. That's an odd contrast to the person known and loved by countless friends and colleagues who basked in his endless supply of warmth and care. He never explained why he posed so stoically, but away from a camera, he was always smiling, and laughing. Thomas was an accomplished project manager in the fashion industry. He worked exclusively for

Mary Ann Myers

- February 10, 2020
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Mary Ann Myers passed away peacefully at the age of 80. Over the past five years, she resided in a nursing home, where she initially enjoyed various activities. Before her health declined, she was a lifetime Yankee Fan...and of those who knew her well, it could be said that she should receive an Award for "The Best Yankee Fan Ever!" Mary Ann retired from SIAC, a New York Stock Exchange Company

Adam Walter Dupré

- February 2, 2020
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Adam Walter Dupré, 33, was discovered deceased on February 2, 2020, at his residence in New York City. Adam was unable to continue the fight against his overwhelming demons, both physical and emotional, that had plagued his life in the last year and finally found peace. Adam was born on April 14, 1986, in Rhode Island and grew up in Coventry, RI, graduating from Coventry High School in 2004. Aft

Beatrice Gottlieb

- January 30, 2020
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Beatrice Gottlieb was born in New York City on June 6, 1925, in the middle of a record-breaking heat wave. The daughter of Joseph and Anna (neé Slud) Gottlieb, Bea grew up in The Bronx. She graduated from Walton High School in 1941 and entered Cornell University, where she majored in German. She graduated in 1945 with a B.A. and subsequently earned an M.A. in English from Cornell in 1947. For

Olympia (Terry) Cardone

- January 21, 2020
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Cardone, Olympia "Terry" passed away January 21, 2020, in Manhattan.

Gavino (Ping) Abaya Jr.

- January 12, 2020
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Gavino P. Abaya, Jr., 84, died Jan 12, 2020, the same day Taal Volcano from Batangas, Philippines (his hometown) erupted vigorously. He was a retired Consul General for the Philippine Mission to the United Nations, served the government for over 4 decades. He was married to Julia C. Abaya (died 1997); survived by his 5 children and 7 grandchildren. Gavino Abaya, III, his son died 2017.

Vasile Manea

- January 10, 2020
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Vasile Manea (1930-2020) was a Romanian engineer who was director of the Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Aeronautics in Bucharest. He was a Humboldt Foundation scholar in Gottingen. He studied the mathematical basis of turbulence and material fatigue. He emigrated to the US in 1989, where he was a Technical Director for AeroStructures, a defense contractor located in Arlington, Virginia. He is s

Marisa McGrody

- January 7, 2020
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The world lost one of it's very best. It is with immense sadness and much heartbreak and deepest loss that I announce the passing of our greatest love, our best friend, our strongest family, our persevering warrior, our biggest cheerleader, our original care bear, our heart and soul, the genuine goodness that is and always will be Marisa McGrody. Marisa was truly one of a kind, and I know th

The Very Rev. James Parks Morton

- January 4, 2020
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The Interfaith Center of New York mourns the death of our founder and friend, The Very Rev. James Parks Morton. A pioneer in interfaith work, peace-building, and environmental stewardship, Dean Morton created an organization for hundreds of grassroots faith leaders from African Diaspora, Buddhist, Christian, Jain, Jewish, Hindu, Humanist, Muslim, Native American, Shinto, and Sikh communities in Ne

Ernest (Ernie) Molinari

- January 1, 2020
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Ernest Molinari, 82, of New York, NY, passed away on January 1st after a 3-year bout with congestive heart failure. Ernest was born on February 3, 1937, to Louis Molinari and Florence Sciarrillo in lower Manhattan. Growing up, he worked in his parent's grocery store in Greenwich Village. He served his country in the U.S. Army and Army Reserve before starting his career in banking. He worked for 2

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