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Harold Ron

Aug 07, 1928 - Dec 02, 2023

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New York, NY

Harold Zvi Ron, age 95, of New York, New York passed away on Saturday, December 2, 2023. Harold was born in Germany.

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Rasiklal G. Shah

Jan 01, 1940 - Feb 23, 2024

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New York, NY

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Raymundo Aguilar Valencia

Aug 31, 1966 - Feb 21, 2024

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New York, NY

Raymundo Aguilar Valencia was born on August 31st, 1966 in Tagudin Ilocos Sur, Philippines. On February 21st, 2024 he peacefully ascended to heaven, surrounded by his family in Mount Sinai Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Pauline Valencia, and children, Raymund, Daniel and Althea Valencia.In 2001, Raymundo began his life in America to be the devoted husband to Pauline and become a loving father to his children, raising them in Jersey City, NJ. Raymundo was caring not only to his family, but his friends, as he loved to be of service to others. He was a man of faith, morals, values and character.Please join us as we remember the life of Raymundo Valencia. Viewing will be held at Greenville Memorial Home, 374 Danforth Ave., Jersey City, on Sunday February 25th, 2024 from 2-6 PM. Interment will take place at Holy Name Cemetery on Monday at 10 AM.

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Nathan Burkan Jr.

May 03, 1931 - Feb 22, 2024

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New York, NY

Nathan Burkan Jr., died on February 22, 2024, age 92. Beloved son of the late Nathan Burkan and Marienne Alexander. Married 55 years to loving wife Roberta Burkan, beloved father of their son Jonathan Burkan (Kimberly) and loving grandfather of granddaughters Laura and Grace. Nathan graduated from Dartmouth College in 1953 and served in the Occupation Forces in the U.S. Army stationed in Germany during 1954 to 1956. He then graduated from New York Law School in 1958. He was a lawyer spending a number of years in private practice and then for many years as an Assistant Corporation Counsel in New York City government. Nathan was a great reader of history. His major interest was the United States Civil War and in 2009 he helped as a trustee with the formation of The Civil War Forum of New York, where he was in charge of writing book reviews about Civil War topics. Nathan had an incredible spirit, true grit and an amazing sense of humor. He was one of the nicest, kindest human beings in the world! Roberta and Jonathan will be sitting Shiva at the home of Roberta Burkan,1088 Park Avenue, apt. 15B, New York, NY Shiva hours: Sunday: 5 pm - 8:00 pm Monday: 3 pm - 7:00 pm Tuesday: 3 pm - 7:00 pm Wednesday & Thursday shiva will move to the Burkan home, 9 Winfield Avenue, Harrison, NY. Mincha and Maariv Services: 4:30 pm

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Gabriela Margot Vidal

Dec 16, 1962 - Feb 19, 2024

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New York, NY

Gabriela Margot Vidal, age 61, of New York, New York passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024. Her name will be included during the Prayer for the Faithful at all masses at St. Ignatius of Loyola Church, 980 Park Ave, New York, NY 10028 on Sunday, February 25th, 2025. Mass Schedule: Sunday 8 AM – Church 9:30 AM – Church 11 AM Solemn – Church & Livestream 7:30 PM – Church

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Caryl Goldsmith

Aug 30, 1927 - Feb 23, 2024

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New York, NY

Caryl Goldsmith died at home on 2/23 after a brief illness. She was 96. Born in Baltimore to Rose and Mark, she attended Park School and came to NYC to attend her beloved Barnard College (Class of 1948). After a stint back in Baltimore working at then managing The Little Theater, she returned to NYC where she worked in the world of film and theater before starting her own company, Caryl Goldsmith Group Sales, in the 1970s. Well known and well regarded for her knowledge and passion for theater, she worked until she was 92, and would have continued to work indefinitely if the pandemic hadn’t shut down live theater. Even in her last year, she still spoke with long-time clients and recommended shows. Caryl loved her work and was known and loved by everyone in box offices on and off-Broadway, and by her clients, many of whom worked with her for decades. College professors from theater departments across the country knew they could trust her to find great plays for their students who’d travel to NYC for field trips to experience the magic of Broadway. She loved the challenge of working with budgets and box offices to package these trips for theater students, and professors loved her up-to-date knowledge of what plays would be best for their particular classes, always getting right to the point with theater box offices – “I want a price I can sell in the orchestra.” All kinds of special interest groups – Senior Living, Jewish, Church, Black, Gay – counted on her knowledge of their particular preferences to recommend and book great plays for them. When someone produced a Pirandello play in ancient Greek, she convinced the Classics Departments of local universities to buy tickets! Producers and box offices loved her for the same reason – she knew exactly how to “get the right butts in the right seats on the right nights.” Caryl saw everything on Broadway, which was not just a bonus for clients, but for her family and friends, making us the beneficiaries of many extraordinary nights of theater with her +1 tickets, evenings that always included dinner out at some fun hot spot in the Village or the Theater District, great conversation and sometimes drinks afterwards at Sardi’s. Post-theater drinks were a tradition she started with her late husband Ted, a publicist, as the two would chat with directors, producers and actors they knew, all waiting for the reviews to come out on opening nights! It was the place to go to feel the energy of Broadway that she loved so much. She was funny, smart, current in her knowledge of the city and the country, and passionate about theater. She read the New York Times voraciously. A consummate relationship builder and a savvy businesswoman, she kept her clients and friends engaged in the contemporary theater world by proactively – decades before Facebook and Constant Contact – sending monthly email newsletters with her thoughts on the latest plays to open. Her knowledge and natural direct communications skills made her the go-to person to work with when booking groups for Broadway plays. Many a night each week, well into her 80s, you’d be hard pressed to reach her at home before 11 pm. She’d be out with friends for theater, dinner and drinks. Few can turn their passion not only into a fulfilling work life but also a joyful lifestyle, but Caryl did just that! Caryl loved and deeply admired her daughter Judy, and Judy’s husband Andy Klapper, both of whom have rich academic lives in Kentucky. She loved to share Judy’s myriad accomplishments in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, computer ethics and science fiction, her travels to conferences around the world, and – closer to home – her brilliance when it came to Scrabble matches! Judy was hard to beat but Caryl tried and sometimes succeeded. She kept close relationships with her nieces Suzy Sureck, an artist who exhibits internationally, and Shana Sureck, a photographer, who, inspired by her aunt’s savvy business advice, left a newspaper job to start her own business. In her spare time, she relished doing the daily NYT Crossword Puzzle in pen, and until her sister Nancy’s death in 2006, she and her sister would talk every Saturday night discussing “5 Down, 11 Across” until the puzzle was filled in. Her daughter and nieces fondly remember those calls and the additional daily calls between the two sisters, a deeply loving friendship that nurtured them both. She lived alone in the Village following her husband’s death in 2004, but she was rarely alone. Her life was rich with friends and activities into her 90s. She was friends with many in the entertainment world, and cultivated relationships with her clients that spanned decades. She was accepting, nonjudgmental, funny, generous, steady, and loved people for who they were. She also valued simplicity and routine - her dinners with Hardy every Sunday night, her conversations with Robert Braglia, an advisor and friend, Saturday trips to the hair salon, stopping in the Korean market for a sweet dessert and conversation with the owner, New Year’s Eve parties with her friends Fran and Steve, doing the puzzle with Nancy. For those who knew and loved her, it’s hard to imagine a world without Caryl in it. She will be remembered for her passion, humor, strength and generosity. Although we reluctantly say good-bye to her today, with each story and memory we share with one another, her kind, loving spirit will live on in our hearts.

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Maria A. Coimbra

Sep 14, 1934 - Feb 20, 2024

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New York, NY

Maria A. Coimbra passed away on February 20, 2024. Beloved wife of the late Carlos Coimbra and the late Gabriel Coutinho. Loving mother of Carmen Brancato and the late Claudio Coimbra. Cherished Grandmother of Martha Brancato, Vincent Brancato, Alexander Brancato & Davi Coimbra. Maria enjoyed knitting, baking, cooking, reading, and showcasing her beautiful singing voice. She loved dressing up no matter where she was going and making everyone around her laugh. A joyful, loving, and deeply caring person who radiated positivity and strength; she always had a great story to tell. Maria lived a rich life in her native country of Brazil before moving to New York. Maria’s light will be missed dearly, and loved forever. She is remembered fondly by her adoring family, including her son-in-law Giacomo Brancato.

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Jooyeon Lee

Jan 11, 1964 - Feb 17, 2024

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New York, NY

Jooyeon Lee, age 60, of New York, New York passed away on Saturday, February 17, 2024. A funeral service for Jooyeon will be held Thursday, February 22, 2024 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Riverside Memorial Chapel, 180 West 76th Street, New York, NY 10023.

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Gloria Scott

Jun 10, 1974 - Feb 17, 2024

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New York City, NY

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Ms. Gloria Scott, 49, of New York City, on Saturday, February 17, 2024. Please adhere to all COVID-19 precautions and guidelines when visiting the family and funeral home. Masks are NOT required but encouraged when visiting the funeral home. I heard the call, “Come follow”' That was all Earth’s joy grew dim, my soul went after Him, I rose and followed…That was all Who would not follow, if you heard His Call? “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race. I have kept the faith” II Timothy 4:7 The Lord called our beloved Gloria Brown-Scott home on Saturday, February 17, 2024, after her second battle with a stroke. Gloria Brown was born to William Brown and Corabelle Doctor-Brown in New York, NY on June 10, 1974. Gloria attended elementary school at Manhattan Country School and Graduated high school from Mother Cabrini High School in 1992. She started her career at Lincoln Center doing payroll for many years. Gloria later changed career paths and became a Corrections Officer for the NYC Dept. of Corrections for 12 years. Gloria was loved and respected by many. She was a devoted daughter and loving sister. Gloria was loyal to her family as a wife and mother of 3 beautiful children. They knew that they could always depend on her for anything. Cora (Mommy) made sure all of her children knew that God’s Word is the foundation for their lives. She truly believed in Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Gloria’s strength came from the Lord and she never stopped believing, trusting, and praising God! Gloria leaves to cherish her memories: mother, Corabelle Doctor-Brown; father, William Brown; two sisters, Joy & R. Denise; husband, Albert Scott Jr.; three children, Kamhali, Xavier, and Jaequre; step-daughters, Vernice, Varonica, and Shanai; mother-In-law, Florence; sister-In-law, Jennifer (Carl); brother-In-law, Arnold (Cresentia); four aunts, Esther, Alberta, Betty and Dorothy; three uncles, Ernest, Perry, and Frankie; sister-in-law, Renee; nieces and nephews, Shantelle, Ashley, Jamil, MaKenna, Ezekiel, and Khamiya; and a host of cousins, god brothers/sisters, family, and friends.

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Mother Mae E Deans Hinnant

Died : Feb 13, 2024

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New York, NY

Mother Mae E Deans Hinnant, 92, passed away on Tuesday February 13, 2024, in New York . A celebration of her life will be held at 5:00 pm on Sunday, February 25, 2024, at Bethlehem Church of Christ Disciples of Christ, 115-27 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica, New York. Bishop Chester Aycock will officiate. Interment will on Monday, February 26, 2024, at 11:30 am at Pinelawn Memorial Park, Wellwood Ave., Farmingdale, New York. A public visitation will be held on Sunday, February 25, 2024, from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm at Bethlehem Church of Christ Disciples of Christ, NY. Arrangements are entrusted to Paul Lane Funeral Home, Jamaica, NY. To to the family or in memory of Mother Mae E Deans Hinnant, please

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Angela Mary Gonick

Jan 03, 1937 - Feb 20, 2024

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New York, NY

Angela Mary (Furlong) Gonick, born on January 3, 1937, in Knutsford, England, passed away on February 20, 2024, in New York, in the presence of loving family members. In her later years of life, Angela suffered from dementia, the complications of which ultimately caused her death. Angela was born and grew up in wartime and post-war England, where she trained at Manchester Royal Hospital to become a registered nurse and midwife. Her adventurous spirit led her to New York City in the early 1960’s through a nurse exchange program, where she worked at the neonatal unit at Mount Sinai Hospital.While in New York, Angela met Paul Gonick, a doctor, on a blind date, and they married soon thereafter. Over the ensuing years, Angela and Paul lived in Canada and the Bronx before finding a home in suburban Philadelphia, having three children along the way. She also tragically lost two children afflicted with cystic fibrosis.While raising her children, Angela went back to school, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree from Temple University. Returning to nursing, she found her calling as a compassionate psychiatric nurse. As the children left the nest and Angela and Paul retired, they split time between Big Sky, Montana, and Manhattan, enjoying the beauty of the outdoors, the thrill of skiing, and the culture and bustle of the City. Her later years were spent in Ardsley, New York.Angela's infectious joy for life and charm, along with her British accent, made her memorable and cherished in every community she encountered in her travels. She enthusiastically enjoyed passions old and new – music, bicycling, hiking, skiing, cooking, travel, birdwatching, and literature to name just a few. Her ability to find humor in everyday life, both good and bad, made her a wonderful partner, mother and nana, and will be sorely missed.Angela is survived by her loving husband, Paul, and their children’s families: Brian and wife Dawn and their children Liam and Katherine; Peter and wife Edie Adams and their children Elena and Evan; and Julia and husband Tim Wike and their children Sarah, Lily, and Ben. She is also fondly remembered by her sisters Monica and Stella Furlong and her loving caregivers Beulah Hamilton and her daughter Tia. A memorial service will be held at Atria Woodlands in Ardsley, NY, on February 24, at 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in her memory to the Big Sky Community Organization, www.bsco.org.

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