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Grigory Israilov

Dec 12, 1961 - Jul 11, 2023

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Brooklyn, NY

Grigory Israilov, age 61, of Brooklyn, New York passed away on Tuesday, July 11, 2023. A funeral service for Grigory will be held Friday, December 8, 2023 from 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM at Nevsky Yablokoff Memorial Chapels, 1700 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11230. Following the funeral service will be a committal service from 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM at Montefiore Cemetery, 121-83 Springfield Boulevard, Springfield Gardens, NY 11413.

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Shirley Suazo

Feb 15, 1957 - Feb 25, 2024

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Brooklyn, NY

Born in NYC Shirley has always been inquisitive and self motivated in many ways. She was an honor student at Roslyn High School where she loved creative projects, as sewing decorative “Woodstock” peace patches on jean as summer job. Furthermore, she studied photography at Cornell University, School of Human Ecology and her work was prominently featured on the school newspaper notably back stage shots at Bruce Springsteen concert. Professionally, worked as photo touch up for acclaimed photographer Irving Penn in his NYC studio. Additionally, the Capstone of her passion came a Art Director for In-House Publication at the nascent Liz Claiborne Fashion Company. In that role she drew inspiration from the principal owners Art & Liz in planning fashion items roll out three seasons ahead. Think shoulder pads and pant suits in the 1980’s. She loved fabrics, colors, art, movies. Shirley spoke a language of colors and textures , crimson red, linen white etc. Furthermore, In that context she restored a 1850’s farmhouse to its original splendor and received a special commendation from the Three Village Historical Society, 2016 House of the Year Shirley created a social circle of tennis friends and was proud to have made it to the the NY State USTA Championship in 2004. Along with that she was a Board member of Three Village Tennis Club and active with the North Shore Woman’s League. All in all, Shirley always had a generous smile with wonderful dimples . As a loving mother and stern advocate of her twins Justin & Cristina. Shirley has been a wonderful woman of high integrity & virtue. May this wonderful woman rest in peace in the arms of the Lord. Our north star and guiding light, she will be missed by all whom knew her. She is survived by her husband James Suazo, MD and son Justin a graphic artist and daughter Cristina Lee a Culinary professional both live in Brooklyn NY. To to the family, please

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Margaret Murphy

Jan 18, 1946 - Feb 24, 2024

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Brooklyn, NY

Margaret Murphy, age 78, of Brooklyn, passed away Saturday, February 24, 2024. Mrs. Murphy was born January 18, 1946, in Brooklyn, NY. She is the daughter of the late Patrick and the late Margaret nee (Brennan) McGilloway. She is survived by her cherished husband George Murphy. Dear mother to George P. Murphy (Eileen) and Margaret R. Daly (Brian.) Beloved grandmother of Kayla, Owen and Ashlyn. Calling hours will be Thursday, February 29 from 3:00 - 8:00 PM at Marine Park Funeral Home, Inc., 3024 Quentin Road, Brooklyn, NY. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11:00 AM on Friday, March 1 at St. Francis De Sales R.C. Church, 129-16 Rockaway Beach Blvd, Belle Harbor, NY. Private cremation to follow at Green-Wood Crematory.

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John M. Sloan

Mar 08, 1945 - Feb 24, 2024

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Brooklyn, NY

John M. Sloan, age 78, of Brooklyn, NY, passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2024. Mr. Sloan was born March 8, 1945, in Brooklyn, NY. He is the son of the late Joseph and the late Josephine (nee Curran) Sloan. He is survived by his wife Joan (nee Carney) Sloan. Cherished father of Kellie Fitzgerald (Joseph,) John Sloan (Tiana,) Patrick Sloan (Colleen) and Megan Sloan. Grandfather of Emma, Katherine, Timothy, Kiera, Patrick, Deirdre, Sean and Conor. Brother of Josephine Cooney, the late Michael Sloan and the late Patrick Sloan. Visitation will be held Wednesday, February 27, 2024 from 3:00 - 7:00 PM at Marine Park Funeral Home, 3024 Quentin Road, Brooklyn, NY 11234. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, February 28 at 10:30 AM at St. Thomas Aquinas RCC. Burial to immediately follow in Holy Cross Cemetery, Brooklyn. . .

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Hermon Olanda Lee

Nov 25, 1942 - Feb 08, 2024

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Brooklyn, NY

, age 81 of Brooklyn, NY, and formerly of Moncure, NC, transitioned to eternal rest on Thursday, February 8, 2024. Hermon Olanda Lee was born on November 25, 1942, to the late John William Lee and Hattie Mae Lee in Moncure, NC. He was the seventh of fourteen children. Hermon grew up in a home where the love of God, love of family, and hard work were core values, and it would be these values that would shape the great man he was to become. Hermon started serving the Lord at an early age as a member of the Mount View Church AME Zion in NC. He was the school bus driver while attending Horton High School in Pittsboro, NC where he graduated June 1, 1961. Hermon was off to a great start and after graduation, armed with his faith, the love of his family, and a natural zest for life, he moved to Brooklyn, NY. Hermon was the perfect combination of country gentlemen and city thrill seeker. It would be this mix that would help him win over the affections of a beautiful songbird, Jacqueline (Sylvia) Terry and the Terry Family. Hermon would become a member of Friendship Baptist Church under the tutelage of Jacqueline’s father, the late great Rev. Enoch W. Terry and would go on to marry his songbird, Sylvia on April 4, 1961. During this union Hermon and Sylvia would raise two beautiful and talented children, Deonna and Dean Lee. The marriage of Hermon and Sylvia would hold true to the saying “a family that prays together, stays together.” Their faith was strong and their connection deep. Hermon knew the blessed life he was to lead was a direct correlation to his relationship with the lord, and so he worked in the vineyard, tirelessly. A founding member of the Assembly of Prayer Baptist Church, Hermon was a soldier for the Lord and an example for the church. He wore many hats in the church: trustee, choir member, Sunday school teacher, groundskeeper, mechanic, bus driver, and greatest sunrise service grits maker of all time. He was blessed for his faithful service. He was blessed with a thirty-year career at Grumman Aerospace. After retiring from there, he was blessed with thirty-two years at the Town of North Hempstead Parks and Recreation, and while he enjoyed the fruits of his labor, nothing blessed his life more than spending time with his family. Hermon excelled as a family man and never met a family member that he didn’t love or didn’t take a picture of. He was the life of every party, and he was intentionally present in the lives of all his family. If it was going down, Hermon Lee was going to be there! As important as all his family was and as much as he loved us, his world would become complete the day his granddaughter, Diana Lee entered it. Hermon Lee loved him some Diana, aka “his little one”. He instilled in her everything that was instilled in him. It was because of this that Diana found all the strength she needed to care for him for the last four years of his life. Thank God for his witness during this life. Hermon Lee was preceded in death by his father and his mother, the late John William Lee and Hattie Mae Lee; brothers, Leon Lee, James Wallace Lee, Bernard Lambert Lee, Marzell Ray Lee, and Willard Jerome Lee, and two sisters, Constella Lee McIver and Carolyn Lee Bradley. Hermon Lee leaves to cherish fond memories, his wife of nearly sixty years, Jacqueline (Sylvia) Lee; daughter, Deonna Lee; son, Dean Lee; seven grandchildren, including the apple of his eye Diana Lee, and many great grands; brothers, Harold Lee (Haroldine), Raymond Lee (Virginia); sisters, Joan Lee Bradley, Armentha Lee Davis, Cledia Lee Holland (Wayne) and Vanessa Lee Newby (Steve); sister in love, Deborah Terry; and a host of nieces and nephews, whom he loved as his own, cousins, and his entire church family.

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Betsey L. Bittlingmaier

Oct 23, 1932 - Feb 23, 2024

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Brooklyn, NY

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Brooklyn, NY

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Brooklyn, NY

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Brooklyn, NY

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Brooklyn, NY

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Tina Galella (Litrico)

Born : Oct 02, 1931

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Brooklyn, NY

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