New York Obituaries

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  • 6 hrs ago | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Harrison, Clifford S.

    CLIFFORD S. HARRISON, 64 DAVENPORT - Clifford S. Harrison, age 64, died December 16, 2014. Clifford was born on October 23, 1950, in Queens, N.Y. Clifford moved from Newberry Port, Massachusetts, to Davenport, FL, in 1987.

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  • 19 hrs ago | via Verde Independent 

    Obituary: Annette Theresa Brennan 1942 - 2014

    Annette Theresa Brennan of Cornville passed away on Thursday, December 11, 2014, at home with her daughters and husband by her side. She was 72 years old.

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  • Yesterday | via The Greenwich Daily Voice 

    Merrill Edison, 92, Former Resident Of Greenwich

    Edison was born July 2, 1922, to Gertrude and Harry Edison. He was a graduate of James Madison High School in Brooklyn, N.Y., and The Julliard School of Music in New York City.

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  • Yesterday | via Times Herald-Record 

    Rose C. Benvengo

    Rose C. Benvengo, of Warwick passed away on December 16, 2014 at Schervier Pavilion.

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  • Tuesday | via The Brooklyn Paper 

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    Jeffrey Vanchiro, known for his expertly coordinated, neon-accented outfits and energetic antics in the aisles of Barclays Center, died on Sunday after falling from a window at his father's Queens home, reports said. The incident came two weeks after security guards at Madison Square Garden removed Vanchiro from a game between the Nets and the Knicks for supposedly disturbing members of the crowd, then removing his prosthetic leg and refusing to leave.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via The Brooklyn Paper 

    Barclays fixture who danced court-side dies

    Jeffrey Vanchiro, known for his expertly coordinated, neon-accented outfits and energetic antics in the aisles of Barclays Center, died on Sunday after falling from a window at his father's Queens home, reports said. The incident came two weeks after security guards at Madison Square Garden removed Vanchiro from a game between the Nets and the Knicks for supposedly disturbing members of the crowd, then removing his prosthetic leg and refusing to leave.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via The Brooklyn Daily Eagle 

    War veteran's donation touches Xaverian lacrosse team

    Bay Ridge resident Charles Zale served in both World War II and the Korean War and is still finding ways to be of service to others. A small gesture he recently made has had a large impact on a local high school.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via The Atlantic 

    Evangelical Colleges: Unlikely Allies in #BlackLives...

    Responses to the non-indictment of Officer Darren Wilson in the death of 18 year-old Michael Brown have mostly been split down party lines. But on evangelical Christian college campuses across America, demonstrations and protests have sprung up that would seem to defy conventional wisdom about the religious right.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via HollywoodLife 

    Titi Branch: Miss Jessie's Co-Founder Dead At 45 Yea...

    One of the co-founders of the curl-care hair products line, Miss Jessie's, has died. Sadly, it is being reported that Titi Branch may have taken her own life.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via The Mount Vernon Daily Voice 

    Mary 'Vickie' Leopold, 82, Former Mount Vernon Resident

    Mary Elizabeth Leopold of Stamford, formerly of Mount Vernon and White Plains, N.Y., Saturday, Dec. 13. She was 82. Leopold was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and then moved to Mount Vernon, N.Y., with her family. Later she worked for AT&T in White Plains, New York, where she resided with her husband for over 20 years.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via WNYC-AM New York 

    The NYPD Doesn't Publicize Traffic Deaths a Quarter ...

    Born in 1947, he grew up across from John's Pizzeria on Bleecker Street. In the 1950s he played street games like skully, Johnny on a pony, and kick the can.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via Dayton Daily News 

    MATTALIANO, Theresa

    News Death Notice MATTALIANO, Theresa Passed away at Hillspring Health Care and Rehabilitation Center in Springboro, Ohio on December 15, 2014 at 79 years of age. Theresa was born to the late Frank and Caroline Senatore on March 16, 1935, in Brooklyn, New York.

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  • Monday Dec 15 | via Big News Network.com 

    Sy Berger, modern baseball card pioneer, dies

    In 1951, Sy Berger sat at his kitchen table with a ruler, scissors and cardboard to create the first modern-day baseball card. That single card launched an niche industry and turned the Brooklyn,N.Y.-based Topps company into a household name.

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  • Monday Dec 15 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    Co-founder of Miss Jessie's hair products dies at 45

    Titi Branch, co-founder of Miss Jessie's, a popular and successful line of hair care products targeting women of color, died Dec. 4, according to an obituary in NV Magazine . The University of Maryland graduate was 45. Branch and her sister, Miko Branch, grew their beauty empire by focusing on curly hair and launching a line of styling products from their Curve Salon in Brooklyn, N.Y. The duo named the line Miss Jessie's, after their beloved grandmother.

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  • Monday Dec 15 | via SILive.com 

    Staten Island obituaries for Dec. 15, 2014

    Betty Cummiskey , 91, of New Brighton, a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, and a championship swimmer with more than 250 medals and ribbons to her credit, died Friday at home. Angela Loreto , 45, of Eltingville, a loving wife and mother who will be remembered for her sweetness and joyful spirit, died Saturday in Staten Island University Hospital, Prince's Bay.

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  • Monday Dec 15 | via Seven Days 

    Catherine H. Casden

    Catherine H. Casden died peacefully on December 9, 2014, in the loving care of her son and daughter. She was in a hospice setting in the home of her daughter, Suzanne Casden, in Woodmere, N.Y. Catherine touched many lives with her generous spirit and loving heart.

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  • Monday Dec 15 | via News Max 

    Sy Berger, Baseball Card Legend Who Created Modern V...

    Sy Berger, the man who created and designed modern baseball cards, died Sunday at the age of 91, leaving a legacy that changed an industry forever. Although baseball cards had been around since the 19th century, it wasn't until Berger decided they needed revamping in 1951 that they became the cards fans collect today, Gizmodo reported .

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  • Monday Dec 15 | via The News Journal 

    Louise Nora Murphy

    Louise was born on September 3, 1916 in Summit Hill, Pennsylvania She was the daughter of John and Katherine Wieczorek, 39 E. Walter Street, Summit Hill.

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  • Sunday Dec 14 | via Altoona Mirror 

    Sarah Jane Long Irvin

    She was born in Sinking Valley. In 1956, she married Franklin R. Long, who preceded her in death on April 15, 2007.

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  • Tuesday Nov 25 | via New York Daily News 

    Nets honor late superfan Jeffrey Gamblero before Hea...

    The Brooklyn Nets, wearing GAMBLERO shirts, before the game when the Brooklyn Nets played the Miami Heat Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. She took out her phone and recorded members of the Brooklyn Nets wearing different colored t-shirts with "Gamblero" emblazoned on the back as they warmed up.

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