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CASTORO, ROSEMARIE  
CASTORO--Rosemarie, passed away on May 17th, 2015. Born March 1st 1939 in Brooklyn, NY. In addition to her work as an artist, she was the treasurer of HIV Arts Network as well as a fund-raiser and advocate. She is survived by family and friends.
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Published in The New York Times on May 24, 2015
CESS, SOLOMON  
CESS--Solomon "Soly", Born January 1916, died May 23, 2015. Approaching his 100th year. A true Holocaust survivor, a linguist of over a half dozen languages. His whole family wiped out by the war. Came to America, after the war. Became an importer of optical frames. Remarried, lost a second wife. A red headed member of Park East Synagogue in New York which slowly turned to white. A benefactor to the Synagogue, as well as NYU. Much Love, David Geula and Valerie Rothman Esq. - His guardians
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Published in The New York Times on May 24, 2015
CHAIFETZ, CHARLOTTE  
CHAIFETZ--Charlotte. Although 30 years have passed, the memory of your love and devotion are forever with us. Rest in peace. Barry & Maureen
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Published in The New York Times on May 23, 2015
COOPER, JEROME - Long Beach  
COOPER--Jerome. The Cooper Family Circle records with sorrow the death of its beloved member.
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Published in The New York Times on May 22, 2015
COOPER, JEROME - Long Beach  
COOPER--Jerome. It is with a heavy heart that we say farewell to our family patriarch at 86 years of age, Jerome Cooper. He has provided for us a heritage filled with love, respect and great honor being a role model to his children Karen, Paul, and Jonathan; their spouses Barry, Barbara, and Karen; eight golden grandchildren, Rachel, Danny and Amy; Brett, Perri and Bradley; Beth and Sam. His wife, Iylene standing firm at his side will always remember his love for Ohio State University and the many friends he always carried within his heart. He loved arguing cases in the courtroom and his presidency at Green Triboro and Jamaica Buses. Protecting his many employees was always a priority. Various ailments eventually led to the loss of playing golf, but he filled his time reading hundreds of historical volumes. We will miss his great sense of humor, his mind that was so on target and of course, his handsome baby blue eyes. He will be laid to rest in the Cooper Family Circle Plot in New Jersey, but he'll never be far from the hundreds who love him. Services Friday at 9:30am at Temple Israel of Lawrence; 140 Central Avenue, Lawrence, NY 11559.
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Published in The New York Times on May 21, 2015
COVELL, C. JANE  
COVELL--C. Jane. November 12, 1934 - May 23, 2015, age 80. Beloved mother, grandmother, sister, friend, died on May 23. She leaves her children, James Gover, Joanne Yoshida, Tzivia Nancy Gover; granddaughters, Miranda Sanders and Yasu Yoshida; brother Robert Covell, sister- in-law Barbara Covell, and her ex-husband Richard Gover and his wife Diane.Donations in Jane's memory can be made The Alzheimer's Association and The Human Rights Campaign. The funeral will take place May 26, 10am, at Star of David Chapels in West Babylon, NY. For info visit jewish-funeral-home.com
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Published in The New York Times on May 25, 2015
COVELL, C. JANE  
COVELL--C. Jane. We will miss her dearly. Barbara and Robert Covell and family
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Published in The New York Times on May 25, 2015
CULLMAN, NAN - Pittsboro, Nc  
CULLMAN--Nan Ogburn. Nan Cullman, singer and explorer, died following a stroke on Monday, May 18, at her home in Pittsboro, North Carolina. She was 85. Born in Smithfield, North Carolina in 1929, Nan began a singing career at the age of 15 when she won a scholarship in a statewide competition to attend the Julliard School in New York. She also studied at Columbia University and the University of Heidelberg in Germany. She performed throughout her life with regional opera companies and choral societies. Her favorite role was Fiordiligi from Mozart's Cosi fan tutte that she performed for the Westchester Opera Company. In 1951, she married Hugh Cullman, son of Broadway 'angel' and Port Authority Chairman, Howard S. Cullman, and made her home in Westchester County, New York for the next 40 years. She was active with civic organizations, serving on the board of Youth Consultation Service of New York, the vestry of Christ's Church, Rye and as a volunteer working in the recovery room at United Hospital in Port Chester, New York. She was also a long-term board member of the North Carolina Symphony. In her 40s, Mrs. Cullman took up mountain- eering and other extreme travel pursuits, riding camels with the Tuareg tribe through the Hoggar Mountains of southern Algeria, climbing to the Everest base camps from both the Nepalese and Tibetan sides and obtaining one of the first visas to hike through Bhutan. She almost lost her life on Everest, when she was blinded and at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro where she was overcome by altitude sickness. According to her daughter, Alexandra Haslingden, "Long before Sheryl Sandberg challenged women to lean in, my mother was jumping in." As recently as 2013, she was hiking in the Dolomites and this year was planning an expedition to the Highlands of Scotland. Mrs. Cullman is survived by her husband Hugh Cullman as well as her three children, Katherine Hedges of London, England, Hugh Cullman Jr. of Rye, New York, and Alexandra Haslingden of Sydney, Australia, and nine grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at St. Paul's Church in Beaufort, NC on Wednesday, May 27 at 11:00am. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the North Carolina Community Foundation. 919-828-4387. nccommunityfoundation.org
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Published in The New York Times on May 24, 2015
DARVIN, RENEE  
DARVIN--Renee. ...to have, to hold and then to part was the greatest sorrow of my heart. Love always, Jerry
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Published in The New York Times on May 19, 2015
DARWAZAH, SAMIH  
DARWAZAH--Samih, founder and Honorary Life President of Hikma Pharmaceuticals, the FTSE100 multinational pharmaceuticals company, passed away peacefully on Friday 15 May in London at the age of 85. Mr. Darwazah was born in Nablus and educated in Beirut and St. Louis. In addition to founding Hikma, he served as Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources to His Majesty the King of Jordan and was a member of the country's Advisory Economic Council, as well as becoming a senator in Jordan and founding the Jordanian Trade Association. Mr. Darwazah was also an active philanthropist. He is survived by his four children and eleven grandchildren. Condolences can be sent to: condolences@hikma.com .
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Published in The New York Times on May 18, 2015
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