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APPLETON, JEAN  
APPLETON--Jean. The Board of Directors of the American Society of Jewelry Historians mourns the loss of its Founding Chairman Emeritus and first President Jean Appleton. Jean was always a dynamic force, promoting education and providing valuable insight and inspiration up to her last days. She will be sorely missed.
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Published in The New York Times on Feb. 1, 2015
ARDEN, SHERRY  
ARDEN--Sherry W., once called a "gale force in publishing" by Publishers Weekly, died on January 27 at age 91 in Santa Monica. She was the former Publisher and CEO of William Morrow & Co. and published books by many celebrities, including Jacqueline Susann, Doris Day, Sophia Loren, Peter Bogdanovich, Christina Crawford, John Le Carre, Sidney Sheldon, among many. She is survived by her daughter Cathy Arden and her grandchildren, Anya Doren Kaats and Micah Arden Kaats. Mentor and dear friend to countless people over so many decades. A leader in her field. A visionary. Brilliant and beautiful. She will be missed by everyone who knew her. She was loved by so many. A memorial will be held in May in NYC.
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Published in The New York Times from Jan. 29 to Feb. 1, 2015
BACKER, ERIC  
BACKER--Eric F.L., died January 23, 2015, three years after his wife Dorothy Backer, died, on February 14, 2012.
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BARD, ARLENE - Needham  
BARD--Arlene (Cohen), of Needham, MA, formerly of New York City and Atlanta, GA. Beloved wife of the late Dr. Morton Bard. Devoted mother of Erica Bard Riley and Pamela Bard Richlin and her husband Dean. Funeral services were held in Boston, MA. Services under the direction of the Brezniak-Rodman Funeral Chapel www.brezniakrodman.com
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BLOOMSTEIN, MORRIS  
BLOOMSTEIN--Morris J. 2/2/2011 -Forever loved. Ellen, Nina, Josh, Aliza and your grandchildren
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BREUER, GERT  
BREUER--Gert. With great sadness we mourn Gert's peaceful passing on January 30, 2015 at home with his beloved wife Liesel by his side. He leaves his sons, Stefan and Thomas, and six grandchildren, who will miss him greatly. Gert's long adventure took him from his birth in Hamburg, Germany in 1928 to the four corners of the globe, but he was no where happier than in Fair Harbor, NY (Fire Island) and Jose Ignacio del Faro, Uruguay where he spent the past 25 years enjoying two summers each year with his family and friends.
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CALLAHAN, BOB  
CALLAHAN--Bob, 59, Princeton, NJ, passed away on January 27, 2015. Bob, Princeton University '77, a coach and player of squash/tennis, led his team to countless victories but is remembered most for lessons of honor and character. (www.goprinceton tigers.com ). He was a man of dignity, humor, humility and above all grace. Bob was a loving husband to Kristen and father to five Princeton squash players.
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Published in The New York Times from Jan. 29 to Feb. 1, 2015
DUSEN, GEORGIA VAN  
VAN DUSEN--Georgia. Georgia Palade Van Dusen, passed away on January 19, 2015, at her Manhattan home. Mrs. Van Dusen was born in Bucharest, Romania, in 1943, to Irina and Dr. George Palade. Her family moved to New York City in 1946. She had a career in children's book publishing before becoming a pioneer of Upper West Side property rejuvenation with her husband, Derek Van Dusen. She was a dynamic mother to her daughters, Heather and Hilary. In 1963 she joined the Blue Hill Troupe, a charitable theatrical group, and served on its board and ran its costume workshop for decades. She was also an active member of the summer community in Sorrento, Maine. Mrs. Van Dusen loved hosting parties, and often opened her home to "orphan" family members, friends, and pets. A lover of music, animals, and world travel, she will be remembered for her grace, strength, generosity, and love of laughter. Mrs. Van Dusen is survived by her husband and daughters; her brother, Philip; as well as countless family and friends. Memorial plans will be announced. Donations in her name may be sent to the North Shore Animal League, the Metropolitan Opera, the Riverside Park Conservancy, and the Schoodic Institute.
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FRIEDLANDER, KATHERINE  
FRIEDLANDER--Katherine B., age 98 on January 27 of old age. Devoted and loving of the wife Kurt A. Friedlander of New York City and Westport, CT. Devoted and loving mother of Susan. A gracious hostess to many. Kay lead a active and social life and traveled around the world with her husband of 55 years. She was always interested in other people and gave to many charities and organizations, 100 Neediest Cases, Cancer Care, Silent Unity, PBS. Services private.
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FRIEDMAN, JEANNE  
FRIEDMAN--Jeanne S. (July 25,1927 -January 18, 2015). Jeanne (Tutti) passed away on January 18th after a long and wonderful life. The daughter of Milton and Clara Plough Shurman, she and her brother Courtney were raised in Memphis, TN. She attended the University of Wisconsin where she met Harold Friedman, whom she married in 1948. Jeanne moved to New York where she raised her children Gwen and Douglas. She moved to Manhattan in 1977. She attended theatre, films and loved City life. She was fortunate enough to travel through out the world. Over the years she forged many lifelong friendships which next to family were her most prized possessions. She moved to Los Angeles when Gwen and Don McGuire and Jill and Doug Friedman gave her three grandchildren, Brendan McGuire, Melissa Friedman and Michelle Friedman. She supported many charities including Vista Del Mar, Concern, The Triumph Foundation, St. Jude Hospital and others anonymously. She treasured all the people in her life and while she may have left us without expressing in words all the love she felt inside, those close to her could never doubt how strong those feelings were. Her legacy is of a life well lived. We are all better for having known and loved her and we will miss her.
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