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BERMAN, DAVID  
BERMAN--David. Died July 22, 2016. Beloved husband of Theo Ciaccio Berman, brother of Doreen, father of Terry Ann Lewis and Susan Berman, father-in-law of Bradford Lewis, grandfather of Zachary and Shepherd. Formerly of Pound Ridge, NY and Watermill, NY. Graduate of University of Wisconsin and NYU Dental School. Service Friday, July 29 11:00am at Plaza Jewish Chapel, 630 Amsterdam Ave. Contributions in David's name to Challengeaspen.org/donate .
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Published in The New York Times on July 28, 2016
COMBS-SCHILLING, ELAINE  
COMBS-SCHILLING--Elaine, Columbia anthropologist and coal miner's granddaughter, died on July 7 surrounded by the love of her husband David and son Jonathan. Brilliant, fearless, refulgent with love, she spent her life forging inclusive communities from Tennessee to California, Morocco to New York, and drawing those who felt excluded, unheard or uncared for in from the margins. She blessed all who met her with her goodness. Information regarding July 31st memorial service, and photos, found at hatsoffelaine.com .
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HARRIS, VILLETTE  
HARRIS--Villette Keber, of New York died peacefully on July 24th. She was 72 years old. Villette was the daughter of Dr. Vincent M. Keber and Villette Burns Keber of Rye, New York and later New Canaan, Connecticut. Villette graduated Manhattanville College and received a Masters in Philosophy from New York University. She was a successful model while in college and went on to a long career as a photo editor at Time, Inc. Villette was a member of the Bathing Corporation of Southampton and is remembered as a devoted friend and lover of animals. She is survived by her son, Richard Harris (Mary); her daughter, Morgan Harris; three grandchildren, Declan, Zoe, and Walker Harris; two brothers, Vincent and Paul Keber; and former husband, Richard L. Harris, Jr. A service is planned in celebration of her life at the Church of St. Thomas More, New York on Monday, August 1st, 10:30am.
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KATZ, MARCOS  
KATZ--Marcos David Yeshiva University and the affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) mourn the passing of Dr. Marcos D. Katz, of blessed memory, a distinguished member of the Yeshiva University Board of Trustees, who together with his beloved wife, Adina, are Benefactors of Yeshiva University. Their major contributions are The Marcos and Adina Katz Kollel of RIETS, The Yeshiva University Torah Online Website, a Benefactor gift for The Special Trust Fund and the Marcos and Adina Katz Undergraduate Scholarship Funds. Sincere condolences are extended to his wife Adina; to their children Zvi Katz, PhD, a former member of the RIETS Board of Trustees; Rachel Katz, MD; and Sara Katz Portnoy and Ariela Katz Guggenheim; and their spouses and entire family. He will be remembered with abiding gratitude for his efforts to strengthen the Jewish people in Israel and the Diaspora. May his family and the multitude of his friends throughout the world be comforted among all who mourn for Zion and Jerusalem. Richard M. Joel, President of Yeshiva University and RIETS Norman Lamm, President Emeritus
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LEVIN, MARTIN - Sarasota  
LEVIN--Martin P. The attorneys and staff of Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman mourn the loss of our esteemed colleague, Martin Levin, at age 97. After a distinguished career as a publishing executive, Martin eschewed retirement, deciding instead to attend law school retiring and becoming a lawyer in the same year. He joined our firm more than 30 years ago, where he worked tirelessly until his death as a valued advisor to publishers, media companies and authors and as a mentor to generations of publishing executives. During his "second" career at the firm, Martin brokered more than 110 transactions involving the sale of publishing companies. But Martin did much more than broker transactions. He was an author, blogger, fisherman, avid baseball fan and teacher. But no matter how busy he was, Martin was devoted to his family and pets. His dedication to family, friends and clients and remarkable stamina were unparalleled. His presence will be greatly missed.
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LIPP, HERBERT  
LIPP--Herbert J., died July 26, 2016 at the age of 89. He served as a judge in the courts of Nassau County and as Judge of the Court of Claims, Acting Supreme Court Justice in Brooklyn. Survivors include his wife Diane (Getzler), grandson Evan Pivnick, son-in-law Frank Cacossa, stepsons Andrew Getzler and Lawrence Getzler and family, and many treasured friends. He was predeceased by daughters Susan and Nancy and first wife Elaine. A true gentleman and mentor, he will be missed.
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Lynch, Robert C.  
1922 - 2016 Robert C. Lynch, 93, of Vero Beach, Fla., died peacefully at home on July 22 with his family by his side. Bob, affectionately known as Pop, was born in Rye, N.Y., to Ethel and William Lynch on November 4, 1922. He attended Rye High School and New York University. After the strike on Pearl Harbor, at the invincible age of nineteen, Bob enlisted in the U.S. Army without any prior discussion with his parents. He served in the 3rd Infantry Division as a combat infantryman and participated in first-wave amphibious assault landings on Anzio, Italy, and St. Tropez, France, accumulating an incredible 350 days in frontline combat. He received the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Combat Infantryman Badge and the French Legion of Honor in recognition of his valor and service. Bob said his Guardian Angel was his constant companion and savior during the war, his angel was "one of the greatest!" 60 years after the war Bob wrote about his experience in "A Letter Marked Free," his story told through letters home to his family, which often ended with a request for cookies. Bob settled down with Helen Brendel of Rye, N.Y. Together they had four children. On June 6, 1975, the angels took Helen, but Bob said that thanks to his wonderful children, he survived once again. He was a dedicated, devoted and loving father for 58 years. Throughout Bob's life he was an active community leader in Rye and at Church of the Resurrection. He was twice honored by the City of Rye for distinguished and devoted service. Bob spent his career as an executive with Citicorp, NY, and during his tenure helped build and manage the current Citibank branch in Rye. He also helped finance the city's purchase of Rye Golf Club. In 1987 Bob married Roberta "Bobbe" Rice of Manhasset, N.Y.; happiness abounded and life was beautiful again. They moved to Vero Beach, Fla., and spent summers in Stony Brook, N.Y. Every season they were the ultimate hosts, entertaining their many grandchildren at the beach, in the pool and at the dinner table. Bob is survived by his wife, M. Roberta Lynch of Vero Beach, Fla.; daughter Kathleen (Timothy) Moynihan of Rye, N.Y.; sons Robert Jr. (Mary Beth) Lynch of Coral Springs, Fla., Brian (Lynn) Lynch of Roswell, Ga., and Christopher (Sue) Lynch of Roswell, Ga.; eleven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He is also survived by Roberta's six daughters: Marian (Bob) Rice, Loretta (Morgan) Dewey, Ginger (Urs) Rengel, Regina (Ira) Rice, Dolores (Tom) Gahan, and Celeste Rice; 16 step-grandchildren and one step-great-grandchild; as well as devoted friends who loved him like family. He is preceded in death by brother William (Billy) Lynch and first wife Helen Brendel Lynch. Everyone will deeply miss his love of life, playfulness and quick wit. Funeral masses will be held Thursday, July 28, at 10am at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Vero Beach, Fla., and Monday, August 1, at 11am at Church of the Resurrection in Rye, N.Y. Interment will be at Arlington National Cemetery.
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Published on NYTimes.com from July 27 to July 28, 2016
Mandel, Charles  
1934 - 2016 Charles Mandel, 81, magazine publishing executive, golfer, theatrical and film director and entrepreneur died peacefully on July 20, 2016. He is predeceased by his loving wife, Arlene and survived by his sons, Doug, 49 and Marc 51 as well as a grandson, Willem, 10. A long-term member of the famed New York City Friar's Club, Mandel's love of life was apparent in everything he did and was proud of his many accomplishments, both professional and personal. He also deeply loved his family and especially, his wife who passed away in 2006. Originally a Brooklyn, New York native, Mandel lived in Melville, New York; Tarpon Springs, Florida and most recently, Atlanta, Georgia. He will be buried at Trinity Memorial Park in Trinity, Florida. A ceremony and remembrance dinner will be scheduled in the near future. In lieu of flowers, donations made to The American Cancer Society would be appreciated.
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Published on NYTimes.com from July 27 to July 28, 2016
MARSHALL, GARRY - Los Angeles  
MARSHALL--Garry. The 1950's "alumni" of (summer) Camps Onibar and Geneva mourn the death of Garry Marshall, and extend deep condolences to his "beloved" (and that word does not capture his love and caring for) family and friends in the industry. Over the summers, he was a tireless, helpful co-worker (Bellhop- extraordinaire), writer of camp shows (see the smash- hit Snow White and the Seven Waiters), basketball player (never stopped hustling), world-class schmoozer - and most of all, a generous, always upbeat "friend" in the broadest sense of the word, who was always there for us then and to the end. He tried to change American culture, especially the ways we all relate to each other through his sitcoms, shows and movies - and did it all with a "happy ending." It's not just that we will "miss him," rather his ideas and our memories will stay with us as long as we can still laugh at the vagaries of life. Ira Glick, Michael Rabbino, Jules Bernstein, Martin Zelnik and Stephen Freidus for the whole "Onibar - Geneva Family"
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NEDERLANDER, JAMES - Southampton  
NEDERLANDER--James M. We are saddened by the loss of our longtime friend and theatre legend, James M. Nederlander. Jimmy was a crucial figure in the ongoing success of live entertainment on Broadway, across the country, and beyond. His impact will always be felt. He lived a wonderful life full of love from his family, friends and colleagues. We send our sincere condolences to Charlene, James L., Joseph, Robert, and the entire Nederlander family. The Shubert Organization Philip J. Smith, Chairman Robert E. Wankel, President
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