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Obituaries
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Anthony Montilli, a longtime resident of Cedarhurst and chief of the Lawrence-Cedarhurst Fire Department, died on Dec. 30. He was 70. more
Whether he was spending time with his family, playing golf with friends or working, Gregory Francis Murphy who was known as the “The Murph,” lent his easy-going manner and common sense touch to every situation. more
John Santopolo, 65, a well-known 5-Towns endodontist and a leader of the business community. He was killed on Monday on his way to a Nassau County Dental Society meeting, when, after trying to cross Peninsula Boulevard at South Franklin Avenue in Hempstead, he was struck by an eastbound 2011 Honda Crossover at 6:20 p.m. He was hit again by another vehicle that did not stop, according to police. more
John Santopolo was the son of a former Hewlett-Woodmere School District superintendent who made his own impact on the community as one of the major supporters of the merger between the Hewlett Business Association and Woodmere Merchants Association to created the Hewlett-Woodmere Business Association in 2011. more
Long before he shaped the political landscape and influenced an Oscar-winning screenplay, David Garth was a Woodmere resident who was born David Goldberg on March 5, 1930 to Leo Goldberg, a lingerie manufacturer, and Beulah Jagoda, who was national vice president of the American Jewish Congress, according to a 1980 New York Times article. more
Longtime resident and business owner Beatrice (Bea) Tolle of Cedarhurst, died on Nov. 29 at the age of 91. more
Creative and intellectual, Cedarhurst resident Andrzej Rzewski could paint and speak intelligently on a broad spectrum of topics. more
Longtime Woodmere resident Norman H. Dachs, a renowned insurance law lawyer who founded one of the oldest legal firms in Nassau County, died of lung cancer at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre on Dec. 10. He was 81. more
Woodmere native Peggy Norden Walker (née Margaret Ann Norden) was known for her generosity of spirit, boundless reserves of love and wisdom, deep loyalty and compassion, a wonderful sense of humor, curiosity, and a rare creative spark that found its expression in color and song, family members said. more
A philanthropist who supported several Jewish organizations and developed a niche market for her family’s supermarket franchise, Lawrence native Randie W. Malinsky died at her home on Oct. 18 of lung cancer. She was 64. more
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