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A former Cedarhurst resident who grew up in Brooklyn and saw a famous New York City mayor release his mother from jail, then raised himself out of bankruptcy to become a state assemblyman, died in Chiangmai, Thailand of pneumonia and kidney failure on May 10. Edward Abramson was 91. more
Janet Susan Rudman, 60, died on April 28 in London, England, after a seven-year battle with dermatomyositis, an unforgiving auto-immune disease. She was a graduate of Wilson Elementary School, South … more
John Russell — Johnny to all of his friends — co-owner of Johnny’s Union Park Café, died on Jan. 16. He was 46. Russell was best known as the smiling face at the Union Park Café. … more
North Woodmere resident Dan Lurie, best known for his bodybuilding feats and relationships with many celebrities died on Nov. 6. He was 90. more
Bruno V. Caracciolo, proprietor of Franklin Funeral Home Inc., passed away suddenly on July 23, 2015. He is survived by his wife, Maria, his children, Bruno (Nancie), Vincent (Krista) and Danielle … more
Christopher Zoeller, 42, and his son Bravin, 7, died on May 29 in Ripley, Maine as a result of a swimming accident. Christopher, a graduate of South Side High School, was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. and … more
John Edward “Ned” Mahoney, a cornetist, conductor, music educator and business owner, died on July 9, 2012, at his home in Valley Stream. He was 100 years old. more
Former Rockville Centre resident Marita Garsia Cosby, 80, of Hampstead, Md., died on Dec. 13, 2011, in Sinai Hospital in Baltimore after a brief illness. more
Carmen Joseph Infantino, of Malverne and formerly of Valley Stream, died on March 5 after a battle with cancer. He was 67. more
Anthony Lawrence “Larry” McCabe, a former Rockville Centre resident, died unexpectedly on Aug. 25 with his wife of 59 years, Betty, at his bedside. He was 81. more
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