BRONSTEEN--Earl, 88, Boca Raton, FL., died peacefully at his home with the love of his life, Judith, at his side. Earl's life was one of integrity, love, creativity and accomplishment. He was a Yale graduate, where he was a star athlete. He served in WWII. He was the CFO for a public company. He loved his three sons, their wives, nine grandchildren, brother and family. Over the past 30 years Earl emerged as a prolific artist and writer. His irreverent perspective and famously dry humor interpreted the human experience in an approachable yet thought provoking manner. We will miss him.
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Published in The New York Times on Feb. 2, 2014