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DAISY ABERLIN Obituary
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September 25, 2018

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February 4, 2018
Dear Betty and Alice,
My deepest sympathies on Daisy's passing.
Daisy did so much to make Staten Island a better place to be. One of my first memories is of going to nursery school at the JCC where she was teaching; the children all loved her and thought she was magical.
What she did for the Music Institute was astounding. The Music Institute was one of the most important influences on my life, and I'm sure it was for others too. I will always recall how she fought successfully to make scholarships available to students who needed them, regardless of whether the students's families were members of the JCC (and regardless of the students' religion).
Another amazing thing was that Daisy seemed to know everyone and everything on Staten Island, and could put people in touch with exactly the right resources.
Finally, through her my family met you two, and you were also wonderful to my brothers and me.
Love, Rose
January 24, 2018
Words cannot express how sad I feel that Daisy is no longer among us. She was an important part of my life from my earliest memories. She was always interested in everything I did, and ready to teach me about anything I wanted to learn. I vividly remember her teaching me the song "Where Have All the Flowers Gone" when I was very young, and talking about what it meant.

Daisy and Mim were such good models of loving, caring sisters. I like the idea that they are together now somewhere, laughing and singing and having fun.
January 24, 2018
With love to Nana Daisy. You are always going to be in our heart.
January 20, 2018
Meeting Daisy, my "new Aunt" for the first time when I was six years old is a very sweat memory, one that brought sudden happiness to a young kid still confused by the enormous and strange recent loss of two family members. To a young kid, it made things right again, and Daisy's close tracking of my interests in science and nature filled a small lonely space that no one nearby had taken that much interest in. In years ahead, her same interest encouraged a bit of curiosity in Yiddish, and a love of high school French and travel.
There were many complexities to the extended family relationships, but I have always valued my ties to all the Aberlins, Ageloffs, Kinsteins, and Barrons, and Underwoods who have been part of my life. My warmest thoughts and memories to all of you.