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GANZ--Dr. Andrew R. It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. Andrew Ganz at age 79. He was at home in New York City surrounded by his loving family. He was a family man totally devoted to his wife of 48 years, his two children, two grandchildren, as well as his many friends. He loved practicing Otolaryngology and facial plastic surgery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, enhancing the lives of countless patients for 45 years. His interests included wine, being a member of the Bordeaux, Burgundy, and Rhone wine societies, as well as opera, classical music, and golf. He thoroughly enjoyed retirement in Boca Raton, Florida and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

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Published in New York Times on Oct. 13, 2019.
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November 17, 2020
Sadden. Known Andy since gramma school and High School. New Lincoln we were all family. Reunions were our best times to catch up,on our lives.56 and 57 class members. We never in those happy days thought that days of death would great us. Andy RIP
Georgia Randolph
October 4, 2020
Dear Andy, watching from above you already know all of us, family and friends- all of us miss you.
-Marv & Marlene Maslow- neighbors & friends
Marvin Maslow
October 4, 2020
He is watching from above, he knows How we all miss him. Andy will always be with us!
-Marv& Marlene Maslow-
Marvin Maslow
November 7, 2019
Hi Sorry to hear of Andy' s passing, we shared so many laughs at times. We spent many years together at the New Lincoln School. May he RIP just a great guy who said Georgie if they can't remove the ear wax just call me.
Georgia Randolpf
October 13, 2019
As a school mate of Andy at New Lincoln I am deeply saddened to learn of the passing of such a wonderful guy. I have wonderful pictures of Andy but, I am unable to locate them on short notice.
Michael Blume
October 11, 2019
Dear Vivian, Jeff and Alissa -
There are simply no words to express how sorry we are to learn about Andy. We feel so badly for you; Vivian - we look at your house and we both fill with tears. We wish we could offer you some comfort.
Call us anytime, day or night, if you simply want to talk with somebody.
Jeff and Alissa - my dear father passed 42 years ago and I still feel the heartbreak. Same for Marlene and her dear father.
Try to be strong, as Andy wants you to be.
Our love to you, dear Vivian.

Marvin & Marlene Maslow (917.933.3300)

Marvin Maslow
October 11, 2019
I am so saddened to learn of Dr. Ganz' passing. He was a mentor, colleague, teacher, and friend. He was so concerned about his patients' well being, asking me years afterwards, how they were faring. All of his patients respected him so much, as did I.

He will always be missed.
Larry Shemen
October 10, 2019
Hello Family of Dr. Andrew Ganz,
My husband, son and I were longtime patients of your husband and father.
He was a very gentle, compassionate and excellent Doctor.
Please accept our deepest sympathies,
minna seitelman
October 10, 2019
Dear Vivian:
I am so sorry.
Andy was an esteemed colleague and good friend. The good times we all had together will be missed, but fondly remembered. My heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Ronald Caplan
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