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BARROW, BERNIE  
BARROW--Bernie. Gone 22 long years, always in our hearts. Love, Joan and the children
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CLEMENZA, CAROLYN - Chappaqua  
CLEMENZA--Carolyn, D.D.S., beloved wife of Thomas A. Dixon Jr., passed away peacefully at her Chappaqua home on August 1 after a long illness. She was 53. In her own practice since 1998 in Mount Kisco, Carolyn was best known for being a warm and caring dentist as well as a loyal friend. She lived by the motto "always do the right thing" for the patients. Carolyn was passionate about innovative technology and procedures in dentistry. She took joy in restoring patient's smiles with dental implants. It made her happy every time she was able to give one of her patients an entire set of teeth in a single day. Outside of the office, Carolyn found great pleasure in cooking and baking. She often could be found relaxing with a good cookbook, or busy in the kitchen creating tasty desserts and wonderful birthday cakes for family, friends and her staff. One of the things that gave her tremendous enjoyment was spending time with her family and hosting holiday events in her home. Born in Bronx, NY, on August 30, 1961, daughter of the late Vito Clemenza and Camille Pandofelli of Naples, FL. Carolyn graduated from Fordham University in 1983 and Georgetown School of Dentistry in 1987. Besides her husband, Tom, Carolyn is survived by her mother, Camielle, her brother John W. Clemenza, M.D., D.M.D., his wife, Vassie, and their children, William, Camilyn, and Patrice, of Hermitage, PA; her brother-in-law Thomas G. Peters, D.M.D., and his children Thomas G. Peters, Jr. and Christopher W. Peters of Farmington, CT; and several loving cousins. Carolyn was pre- deceased by her sister, Mariann Clemenza-Peters, D.D.S. in 2013. Friends may call at the Cassidy-Flynn Funeral Home, 288 East Main Street, Mount Kisco, NY on Monday, August 3 from 3:00pm to 5:30pm and 7:00pm to 9:00pm. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated on Tuesday, August 4 at 11:00am at St. John's and St. Mary's Church in Chappaqua, NY. Burial will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Valhalla. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Carolyn's memory to The Wellness Center At Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco, NY.
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FARLEY, PHILIP  
FARLEY--Philip W. The Board of Trustees and Staff of The Animal Medical Center (AMC) mourn the loss of fellow dedicated trustee and friend, Philip W. Farley. An AMC Board member since 1974 who later become President, Philip will be remembered for his extraordinary understanding of the relationship between animals and people, his enthusiasm to improve the quality of life for all living beings and most importantly, for his delightful demeanor. During his tenure, Mr. Farley also served as treasurer, Development Committee Chair, the institute's first Vice President and was an honoree at the 1991 annual Top Dog Gala for his reverence for life, and unwavering support of AMC. We extend our heartfelt condolences to his family and all those who were touched by this gentle man known for his kindness.
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FLINN, MICHAEL - Greenwich  
FLINN--Michael de Vlaming, of Delray Beach, FL, and Greenwich, CT, died peacefully at home on August 1, 2015. Born on June 15, 1941 in Durham, NC, the son of Marion de Vlaming and Lawrence Flinn, he attended Aiken Preparatory, Hotchkiss, and Yale, from which he graduated magna cum laude in 1962. He received a JD from Harvard in 1965. Michael served as Captain in Army Intelligence. His law career began at White & Case. He was a limited partner at Ingalls & Snyder, 1970-96, later joining the firm of Spears, Benzak, Solomon & Farrell, and in recent years was a managing director at Tocqueville Asset Management, where he was the General Partner of Blooming Grove Partners, LP. He was elected to two terms from the 149th District to the Connecticut State House of Representatives, 1982-86. He served on the Boards of the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, the Republican Town Meeting, Greenwood Cemetery, and The Cold Water Conservation Fund. Michael excelled as an athlete and sportsman. Above all he unfailingly practiced good sportsmanship. Of his many championships, Michael most proudly defended his National Court Tennis Doubles title in the 70+ age category at Newport in March. In May, he captained the American team in England against an International field. We will miss his bright mind, love of art, poetry, music, gardens and travel, his fondness for being in nature, his generosity, his admonition always to be kind, his winning smile and unforgettable laugh. He lived his life fully and lovingly to the very last day. Michael is survived by his brother, Lawrence, his first wife, Elizabeth Tracey, and their four children: William III, Michael, Jr., Theodore, and Randall, as well as his wife Ann, his step-children Allison Ryan and Jonathan Hanes, and all their wonderful spouses: Maura, Suzanne, Michael, John and Victoria, and twelve beautiful and adoring grandchildren. His brother George died in 2014. Donations may be made in memory of Michael de Vlaming Flinn to the Everglades Foundation, 18001 Old Cutler Road, suite 625, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157. The funeral service is at Round Hill Community Church, 395 Round Hill Road, Greenwich, CT, on Friday, August 7 at 10:30AM. Condolences may be offered at www.leopgallaghergreen wich.com .
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GABRIELSON, EDITH  
GABRIELSON--Edith M. May 3, 1911 - August 4, 2005 Fondly remembered by her family.
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GRAD, PETER  
GRAD--Peter. Peter Grad, a television executive, producer and philanthropist, died of a heart attack August 1 while on vacation in Vail, CO. He was 75. He spent the day before his death with his beloved wife of 47 years, Laurie Burrows Grad, enjoying golf, dinner and a concert under the stars with longtime college friends. Grad, who lived in Los Angeles, served as President of the successful MTM Studios. He began his career at Paramount Television before moving to 20th Century Fox Television where he became a senior development executive. After retiring from the entertainment business, Grad found a new creative passion: raising awareness and support for the Alzheimer's Association. As a tribute to his late father-in-law, celebrated playwright-director Abe Burrows, Peter and Laurie co-founded and co-chaired the annual A Night at Sardi's fundraiser, which recognizes researchers, caregivers and families affected by the neurological disease. The event has generated $27 million in donations over 23 years. Peter Newfield Grad was born March 22, 1940 in Newark, NJ to parents Marian Newfield Grad and Bernard Grad. Raised on the Jersey shore, he attended the George School, a prestigious prep academy in Bucks County, Pa., where he emerged as an accomplished athlete, an exemplary prefect and a talented actor. During his college years at University of Pennsylvania, Peter made friends he would keep for the rest of his life. He tried his hand at many vocations including engineering, finance, acting and producing before he found his true calling as a television executive. In addition to his wife, Grad's survivors include his cherished son and daughter-in-law, Nicholas Grad and Carolyn Bernstein; and the source of his abundant joy, grandchildren Lucas and Georgia, who treasured the man they called "Duke." He is also survived by a loving sister, Susan Grad Baerwald, and her husband Paul, who was Peter's oldest friend, and their children, along with his brother-in-law, accomplished director James Burrows, and his family. Grad's humor, his abundant love of people and his essential goodness will endure as sweet memories for his family and the multitude of friends who always surrounded him. He will never be forgotten. A memorial celebration will take place in mid- August. Contributions in Peter's memory may be made to the Alzheimer's Association's annual A Night At Sardi's fundraiser.
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GREANY, THOMAS - Wynnewood  
GREANY--Thomas G. Wynnewood, PA. Died July 31 at his daughter's home in St Louis, MO, at the age of 93. A General Contractor for 45 years and a US Naval Airship Command Pilot for 12 years. Graduated from St Joseph's Prep and Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. He is survived by four children and two grandchildren. Funeral Services and viewing at St. Matthias Church, Friday 11am, August 7th, Bala-Cynwyd, PA contact: tfgreany@gmail.com
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HERSKOVITZ, MARILYN  
HERSKOVITZ--Marilyn. The Trustees and staff of Friends of the High Line express their sadness on the passing of Marilyn Herskovitz, beloved mother of Karen Ackman, esteemed FHL Board member. At this time of sorrow, we extend deep sympathy to the family including Amy Hershovitz, Karen and Bill Ackman and their children Eloise, Lucy and Liza. Catie Marron, Chair; Mario Palumbo, Co-Chair; Robert Hammond, Co-Founder
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HERSKOVITZ, MARILYN  
HERSKOVITZ--Marilyn. The Aleph Society mourns the passing of Marilyn Herskovitz, beloved mother and mother-in-law of our esteemed benefactors Karen and Bill Ackman. May the entire family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz Ludwig Bravmann, President
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HILDES, EMANUEL  
HILDES--Emanuel. JASA, its officers and its Board of Trustees extend our deepest sympathy to long-time Trustee David Hildes and his family on the passing of his beloved father Emanuel Hildes. May his memory be a blessing.
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