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Businessman, philanthropist, musician and family man were the main elements that composed Marvin Zuckerman’s life. The Brooklyn native, who took a store in Cedarhurst from kitchenware to fine jewelry, died on Aug. 12. He was 90. more
Kristen Elizabeth Guinn, granddaughter of the late Catherine R. and Harold F. Guinn, of Woodmere, died on July 8. Guinn, 36, died from an eating disorder in Jacksonville, Fla. more
Ruth Radow, a longtime Atlantic Beach resident and environmentalist who helped preserve the village’s beaches and its water supply, died on July 23. She was 88. more
A World War II veteran, who was proud of his religious heritage and would help any one at any time, was the way that Bob Leshansky described his father, Jerry, who died on June 26. He was 84. more
His mother introduced the idea of attending college when he was very young and did so often. That prompting propelled Inwood native Charles Rodgers Greene to a career few African-Americans thought they could achieve at one time. more
Marcia Abramson, who wrote the “On the Road Again” column for the Nassau Herald and longtime Woodmere resident, died on July 4. She was 88. more
Donald Boas, a former Woodsburgh resident who served on the Board of Governors and was a member of the Woodmere Club, died in Jupiter, Fla. on June 25. He was 78. more
Anne Cembalest, longtime Hewlett resident and ceramic artist who had her work displayed in Tiffany’s storefront windows in New York City, died on May 10. She was 90. more
Joseph P. Tavalaro, the last of 11 siblings and a lifelong Inwood resident, died on March 30. He was 86. more
Woodmere resident Samuel Corey “Sammy” Stein whose life was marked by challenges died on March 27. He was 20. more
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