Harvey Alan Davis died Sept. 13 at 70. Survived by wife Linda; daughter Tamera (Bruce Wightman); son Adam (Oana); 3 grandchildren; sisters Helene Davis, Elaine (Kenneth) Wolfe. Mount Sinai
Joseph Gordon died Oct. 27 at 92. Survived by wife Jacqueline; daughter Melissa (Kim) Albertson; son Justin; 2 grandchildren. Mount Sinai
Carol Greer died Oct. 27 at 74. Survived by daughter Lisa.
Lola Lifton Heller died Aug. 23 at 86. Survived by husband Bert; daughter Libi; son Kenneth; daughter-in-law Amie; son-in-law Berel; 7 grandchildren. Sholem
Victor Helman died Oct. 23 at 86. Survived by wife Nancy; daughter Rozlyn. Eden
Arthur Maler died Oct. 28 at 87. Survived by wife Helen; daughter Diane (Shon); daughter-in-law Kim Margolin; 2 grandchildren; sister Annette (Robert) Swetey. Mount Sinai
Janis Martynec died Oct. 26 at 59. Survived by companion Lance English; daughters Jennifer (Kevin) Posalski, Ashley; sister Dee Dee Biren. Hillside
Linda Mechanic died Oct. 29 at 50. Survived by partner Carolynn LaRocca; mother Billie; sisters Deborah Cunningham, Donna. Hillside
Arnold Nedelman died Oct. 26 at 74. Survived by wife Rebecca; daughter Kathryn (Dirk) Smits; son Jeffrey (Theresa); 5 grandchildren. Hillside
Esther Pariser died Oct. 26 at 97. Survived by daughter Sarah Woodruff; son Marc; 2 grandchildren. Hillside
Harry Presser died Oct. 29 at 62. Survived by nephew Aaron Presser. Mount Sinai
Freddi Beth Rapport died Oct. 27 at 60. Survived by father Allan; brother Jeff (Abbie). Mount Sinai
Joseph Renkow died Oct. 28 at 89. Survived by wife Marjorie; daughter Nancy (Sonny) Hagy; 5 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Hillside
Blanche M. Samuels died Oct. 28 at 96. Survived by sons Zachary (Elana), Nardy (Wendy), Sandy (Claudia); 8 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren. Chevra Kadisha
Rachel Silber died Oct. 27 at 97. Survived by sons Walter, Jeffrey, Herbert.
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