Obituaries

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Enid Fyle-Taylor

September 9, 1935 - July 27, 2022
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Herbert Haft

- July 23, 2022
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Herbert L. Haft passed away peacefully on July 23, 2022 in New York City at the age of 90. He was born in Brooklyn on May 24, 1932, and his family moved to Central Park West soon after. He has been a lifelong New Yorker. Herb was known for his gregarious and outgoing personality and sense of humor. The staff at Martha Stewart Center for Living, where he was a patient, called him a “superstar

Mary (Marie) Saccoccio

- July 5, 2022
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We mourn the loss while we celebrate the life of Mary “Marie” Saccoccio who died peacefully at her home in the West Village on July 5, 2022 from complications of pulmonary disease.  Marie was born and raised in the East Harlem section of Manhattan.  Her father, Joseph Astuto, was an electrician and her mother, Anna, a homemaker.  She had two younger brothers: Joseph and John.  She attended

Dr. Carmen Grange

- July 1, 2022
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LOVING WORDS OF REMEMBRANCE July 4, 1922 – July 1, 2022 From an early age, Carmen “Kathleen” Grange possessed a remarkable sense of direction and determination. It led her down a path paved with opportunity, achievement, and blessings which she graciously shared with everyone she encountered. Carmen, affectionately known as Kathleen, was born on July 4, 1922, in Colon, Panama to Jamaica

Steven Mays

- June 29, 2022
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STEVEN BERKELEY MAYS Steven Berkeley Mays, 77, passed away on June 29, 2022, at Calvary Hospital in New York City after a long battle with cancer. Born in Danville, VA on March 2, 1945, Steven graduated from The University of Virginia.  He earned a master’s degree in English Literature from Stony Brook University.  Upon graduation, he moved to Greenwich Village in New York City, his home

Dr. N. Noel Testa

- June 29, 2022
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Dr. Noel Testa passed away peacefully at his home with his family by his side on June 29th, 2022. With pride, Noel would tell you he was born on Christmas Day, 1940, in New York City, where he lived his entire life. The child of Liberta “Bobbie” Testa and Dr. Nicholas D. Testa and younger brother of his beloved sister Barbara Ann Testa, Noel grew up in Manhattan and attended elementary school

Barbara French

July 24, 1941 - June 22, 2022
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Barbara Maxine French (née Orr), July 24, 1941 – June 22, 2022 Barbara was raised in Villa Park, IL, by Dale and Florence Orr. She described herself as a tomboy, shadowing her father in the garage and tearing down frozen rivers on ice skates. She excelled at school, especially in the areas of languages and sciences. She had a lovely clear soprano, and sang in solo competitions during high sc

Joseph Rango

January 4, 1924 - June 20, 2022
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Joseph Rango was born on January 4, 1924 in Cassano alla Ionnio, Calabria, Italy to Francesco and Pasqualina Rango. He was the youngest of five children who had survived past infancy. The family farmed and owned a cantina where the family-label wine was sold. Joseph was, by his own admission, a bit of a troublemaker during his youth who loved playing cards more than helping with the family busi

William P. Kennedy

July 6, 1950 - June 18, 2022
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Bill Kennedy, 71, died in New York City on June 18, 2022, leaving his three sisters to grieve for him, along with a wide network of friends and family. Bill was the son of a career military officer. The family moved often, and Bill thrived, adapting smoothly to each new school and locale. Two of his middle-school years were spent in Paris, where Bill learned French and perhaps acquired some of his

Sharon Skura

February 15, 1956 - June 6, 2022
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Sharon Skura, 66, died June 6th, 2022 in the home she shared with her loving husband Roland Marks in Manhattan,  New York.  In her lifetime, Sharon remained a strong advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and its many causes. A performer at heart, Sharon was blessed with a beautiful singing voice and was devoted to studying the craft of acting.  Sharon was a force of nature who lived life on her

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