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Harriet Thompson

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

Harriet Calvert ThompsonSeptember 18, 1934- November 15, 2023Bronx native born and raised by Florence & John Calvert and the youngest daughter of their nine children. Beautiful loving mother of six: William (Liz), Kathleen (John), Micheal, Richard, Harriet and Raymond (Regina). Proud grandmother of twelve: Leigha (Jeff), William, Micheal (Angelina), Richard, Nicolas, Daniel, John, Kevin, Alexa, Alanna, Raymond, and Brooke. Greater grandmother to Luke and Oliver. Beloved Aunt Harriet to many ...Read More

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Annabelle Feeley Winthrop

Died : Mar 01, 2024

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

Annabelle Feeley Winthrop, 90, returned to her Creator on March 1, 2024. Throughout her life, Annabelle expressed her many creative talents through oil painting, singing, acting in community theater, dog grooming, local politics, homemaking, hosting gatherings, and even became a JP Morgan Chase Bank Assistant Treasurer/Banker later in life, passing her Series 6 and other license requirements with relative ease because she could always do whatever she put her mind to. An avid gardener, she loved to be surrounded by beauty and harmony and her home and gardens in her beloved Hastings-on Hudson is a testament to that. In heaven, Annabelle has joined her husband Edward Feeley, daughter Colleen, second husband Lowell Winthrop and brother Herbert Florczyk. Still with us are her daughters Kelly (Eric) Santiago, Kim Feeley, sister Eileen (Mike) Pagkos, and loving nieces and nephews and their children.

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Edna Goldstein

Nov 13, 1924 - Feb 26, 2024

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

Edna Goldstein, 99, passed away on February 26, 2024. She was born in the Bronx, NY on November 13, 1924 to Bennie and Esther Lerner on Friday the 13th, but lived a life full of luck and love. She was a strong, independent woman who came a long way from the apple farm she grew up on. She was active in her community through Sinai Temple (now Sinai Free Synagogue) and was a fixture at events for four grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. She was a master negotiator, mostly on vacation bills, and a world class home chef featuring blintzes and meatballs. She was a former gymnast who would literally and figuratively stand on her head to entertain those close to her.Edna is predeceased by her parents, her husband Jack Goldstein, her siblings Sylvia Dorfman, and Irving and Morris Lerner. She is survived by her daughter Ronnee Cohen (Stu) and her son Harvey Goldstein (Eileen) and grandchildren Josh (Stacey), Brian (Valerie), Michelle (Mike) and Matt (Marwa). She will always be Nana (or Nan) to her ten great grandchildren: Carson, Lincoln, Maverick, May, Mack, Marly, Hudson, Averie, Samaiya, and Amari.

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Mary Ann Miano

Died : Feb 20, 2024

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

Mary Ann Miano, 74, a beloved resident of Dobbs Ferry, passed away on February 20, 2024. She was born to Lawrence and Faye Tino and spent her time in the close-knit community of Dobbs Ferry.Mary Ann's journey led her through Dobbs Ferry High School, where she cultivated enduring friendships and laid the foundation for her future endeavors. She dedicated many years of her life to serving her community, initially working locally before embarking on a fulfilling career in the security industry, where she found purpose and fulfillment at the Maryknoll Society.Beyond her professional accomplishments, Mary Ann cherished her role as a grandmother, finding immense joy in the company of her grandchildren, Taylor and Michael. She took great pride in watching them grow and thrive, especially when they engaged in their favorite sports activities.Among her most cherished pastimes was retreating to the Jersey shore, where she found solace in the gentle rhythm of the waves and the warmth of companionship shared with friends and family on her front porch.Mary Ann was predeceased by her sisters Barbara and Gail. She leaves behind her dear brother James Tino, her devoted sons Lawrence and Anthony, and her beloved grandchildren Taylor and Michael. Her legacy of hard work, generosity, and unwavering love will continue to resonate in the hearts of all who knew her.Mary Ann's remarkable spirit, marked by her industrious nature and boundless compassion, will be profoundly missed by her family, friends, and all who had the privilege of crossing paths with her. In her passing, we find solace in the memories she leaves behind and the enduring impact of her kindness.

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Josephine Zai

Jan 01, 1925 - Feb 20, 2024

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

Josephine Zai, a beacon of strength, love, and unwavering kindness, passed away peacefully on February 20, 2024, surrounded by her loved ones, who ensured her comfort and tranquility in her final days. Her departure leaves a profound void in the hearts of many who were touched by her presence.Josephine was born in San Antonio, Texas, embarking on a remarkable journey that ultimately led her to New York City in 1947 alongside her two cherished sons. In the vibrant backdrop of NYC, Josephine encountered the love of her life, Jim, with whom she had three beautiful daughters. Though most of her life was spent in the bustling streets of New York City, she embraced a new chapter in Dobbs Ferry where she resided at Cabrini Nursing Home. Despite the challenges she faced, she reveled in her many outings, finding joy and adventure in every moment spent with family and friends.Josephine's passion for Bingo was only surpassed by her love for family, a testament to her unwavering devotion and nurturing spirit. Her strength of will was matched only by her boundless concern for others, always urging her loved ones to persevere and ensuring their well-being above all else.Devoted to her late husband, Jim, for over seventy-five years, Josephine was the epitome of maternal love and care, raising and nurturing her five children amidst the diverse tapestry of New York City, particularly the lower east side. Josephine touched the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing her. Everyone she met was able to experience her spiritual essence that radiated warmth and comfort.Josephine possessed a sharp intellect and a gift for storytelling, regaling her loved ones with tales of times gone by, weaving together memories that will forever be cherished. In her final moments, she imparted peace and solace, a testament to the selflessness and generosity that defined her life.Josephine will be dearly missed by her children Eugene, Ethel, Mary, and Judy, eight grandchildren, and thirteen great grandchildren. She leaves behind a legacy of love, compassion, and resilience that will continue to inspire generations to come.Though she may no longer walk among us, her spirit will forever live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to have known her.

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Dr. Fredrick Zachary Bierman

Born : Dec 11, 1947

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. Fredrick Zachary Bierman, Ephraim Ben Chaim Z”L. Dr. Bierman, born on December 11, 1947, in Queens, NY, dedicated his life to his loving family and to the field of Pediatric Cardiology, leaving an indelible mark on the lives he touched and the medical community he served.Dr. Bierman is survived by a devoted family including his cherished wife Mara-Lee, with whom he shared 52 years of love and marriage, his beloved daughters and sons-in-law, Pamela and Howard Mittman and Julie and Jordan Solomon, his four cherished grandsons—Lucas, Shane, Bennett, and Isaac, his sister, Maddie Axelrod and her husband Herman, his brothers-in-law, David, Larry, and Elliot Rusoff, along with their respective wives Meredith, Leslie, and Tara, and an extended family of in-laws, cousins, nieces and nephews who all adored him.Dr. Bierman was a renowned pediatric cardiologist and professor of medical education who impacted thousands of lives. He was most recently the Director of Graduate Medical Education at Westchester Medical Center, Senior Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education, and a Professor of Pediatrics at New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY. He was also a practicing pediatric cardiologist at Children’s and Women’s Physicians of Westchester. He was previously the Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Cohen Children’s Medical Center, the Chief of Pediatric Cardiology at Schneiders Children’s Hospital, and a Professor of Pediatrics at Albert Einstein College. He began his career at the State University of New York Downstate College of Medicine, where he earned his medical degree and he also trained at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, NY and had a fellowship at Boston Children's Hospital.Dr. Bierman was regularly recognized as one of the Best Doctors in America and Best Doctors in New York. He was also a frequent publisher of transformative medical research, including work on his area of expertise, Kawasaki’s Disease. His impact on the field of medicine and pediatric cardiology will endure as a testament to his passion for healing and his tireless efforts to improve the lives of others.Beyond his professional accomplishments, Dr. Bierman will be remembered for his kindness, compassion, and unwavering commitment to his family and his patients. He served on the Board of Greenburgh Hebrew Center where he was an active member of the synagogue community. He was an avid sailor with Mara-Lee aboard the “Brass Ring,” a voracious reader of world history, and a cheering fan at his grandsons’ tournaments, games, meets, concerts, and simchas.

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Gerald Migdol

Feb 10, 1950 - Feb 09, 2024

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

Gerald Migdol, a community-minded businessman, attorney, philanthropist, and beloved family man, passed away on February 9, 2024. He was born in the Bronx on February 10, 1950, and was raised in Queens. Gerald's life was characterized by his unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of others.After graduating from Stuyvesant High School, Queens College, and Cardozo Law School, Gerald embarked on a career as both an attorney and businessman. However, it was his tireless dedication to charitable causes that truly made him happy. Gerald devoted countless hours to supporting Harlem's public schools by providing educational resources and assisting Harlem Hospital with vital supplies.One of Gerald's most cherished endeavors was his commitment to ensuring that thousands of public school students in Harlem had access to essential school supplies, regardless of their financial circumstances. His generosity extended beyond formal philanthropy, as he readily offered assistance to friends, family, and strangers alike, embodying the true spirit of compassion and kindness.Above all else, Gerald was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. He found immense joy in spending time with his family, especially his grandsons, whom he adored beyond measure. Golf held a special place in Gerald's heart, but nothing brought him greater happiness than the laughter and playfulness shared with his grandsons.Gerald is survived by his devoted wife, Sheri; his children, Aaron and Jessica; and his daughter-in-law, Erin, and son-in-law, Jason. He is preceded in death by his beloved son, Daniel, who passed away in 2008. Gerald's memory will be forever cherished by his grandsons, Peyton, Miles, and Desmond, whose lives he touched with his boundless love and generosity.In honoring Gerald's memory, may we strive to emulate his compassion, generosity, and unwavering commitment to serving others. His legacy will continue to inspire and uplift all those who were fortunate enough to have known him.A funeral service to celebrate Gerald's life will be held at 10:00 AM on Sunday, February 11, 2024, at Edwards-Dowdle Funeral Home, Dobbs Ferry.Forever in our hearts, may Gerald rest in eternal peace.Shiva will be held immediately after the burial at Sheryl's home until sundown on Sunday, February 11th 2024.  

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Gabriel Dwyer

Died : Jan 29, 2024

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

(Mary) Gabriel Dwyer passed away peacefully on January 29, 2024 in the compassionate care of the St Cabrini Nursing Home in Dobbs Ferry, New York, to reunite with her beloved husband, Pat.Gabriel will be dearly missed and lovingly remembered by her family: son Tommy, daughter-in-law Patsy, grandson Pat and his wife Ann, granddaughter Becky and her husband Pete, great-granddaughters, Amelia and Madeline, great-grandson Wyatt, and Gabriel’s sisters, Bernadette and Philomena, brother-in-law Mike, sister-in-law Mena, nieces and nephews, family and friends.May her gentle soul rest in peace.Final respects and goodbyes will be made Thursday, February 1, between 4-8 pm at Edwards-Dowdle Funeral Home, 64 Ashford Ave., Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522 followed by a Funeral Mass at 11 am on Friday, February 2, at Our Lady of Pompeii Church, 95 Palisades St., Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522. Gabriel will then fly to Ireland, where family and friends will have a similar farewell before she is laid to rest next to Pat in their final resting place in Duniry.

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June

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in June's name may be made to the:Hastings-on-Hudson Volunteer Ambulance Corps47 Main StreetHastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706(914) 478-0261

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Rose Bonifacio

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Rose Bonifacio, a devoted wife, loving mother, and cherished member of the Dobbs Ferry community. Rose, formerly of Dobbs Ferry, peacefully departed this world, leaving behind a legacy of love and warmth.Born in the Bronx, New York, Rose was the daughter of John and Anna Dodaro, immigrants from Calabria, Italy. She was one of five siblings: Mario, Gene, Lena, and Johnny. Rose dedicated 64 years of her life to a loving marriage with her devoted husband, George.Rose was the nurturing mother of Anthony, George (Fran), and John (Debra). Her family extended to include grandchildren Stephanie, Georgie, Anthony, Lauren, Sara Rose, Grace, and Robert. She was also the proud great-grandmother of Joseph. Rose's life revolved around her family, and she embraced the role of a caring matriarch with grace and love.Known for her unwavering support and kindness, Rose will be profoundly missed by all those fortunate enough to have known her. May the fond memories of Rose bring comfort and solace during this difficult period.

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Giovannina Giuliano

Dec 05, 1930 - Jan 24, 2024

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Dobbs Ferry, NY

Giovannina Giuliano passed away peacefully on January 24, 2024. Giovannina was born on December 5, 1930 in Avella, Italy to Domenica and Carmine Salapete. She married the love of her life Salvatore on December 18, 1955. They moved to Dobbs Ferry in 1970 with their three sons, Antonio, Carmine (Rosanna), and Joseph (Patti). Gioviannina was predeceased by her 4 siblings and her loving husband.Nothing gave Giovannina more pleasure than being “Nonna” to her six grandchildren, CJ (Lauren), Joseph, Amelia, Louis (Jackie), Jaclyn (Austin), Sal and beloved great grandson Luca. She was a wonderful cook and loved to gather the family around the table for a fabulous meal. One of her favorite activities was taking the Bee Line Bus every Saturday with her youngest grandson Sal to White Plains for shopping and lunch.Giovannia had an infectious smile, beautiful voice and enjoyed singing her favorite Italian songs. She looked forward to traveling to her home in Italy each fall to spend time with her family there. She will be missed by her many nieces, nephews and friends.

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