• "Dear Caroline and family, I knew Louis had passed but had..."
    - M Bunny Dubin
  • "Miss you soooo much Louis. But I know you are being..."
    - richard renda
  • "He brought such love, light and wholeness to my family and..."
    - Jessica Radtke
  • "Uncle Louis; you will remain in my heart forever. Your..."
    - Leslie Srybnik
  • "Rest in Peace Louis God Bless You"
    - Peter Morawiec

SRYBNIK--Louis D., passed away at Mount Sinai-Roosevelt hospital in New York City on May 30th, 2015, at 91 years of age. Louis was survived by three generations of his loving family. Beloved husband of Caroline, devoted brother of Simon and adored brother-in-law of Judith and her brother Josh, dear stepfather of Philippe, Charlotte, Arnaud, Olivier and Helene, cherished step-grandfather of Lucas, Manon, Martin and Kajsa; loving uncle of Leslie, Jed, Ronni, Edward, Frank, James, Arthur, Lawrence, Steven, Elaine, Phyllis, Linda and Mel, their wives, husbands and children. Louis was predeceased by his revered mother Libby and honored father Alter, his dearest brothers Jay and Aaron and treasured sisters Betty, Sylvia, Florence and Freddy, his sister-in-law Evelyn, nephew John and brothers-in-law Herbert, Jerry and Harry. Louis was a co-owner and President of numerous companies in the Aerospace, Machinery, Scientific Research, Medical, Film Studios, and various other industries during his 70-plus years in business with his brothers. He also contributed enormous time and resources to many philanthropic religious and charitable organizations, including the Sutton Place Synagogue, and was a longterm member of the N.Y.A.C. A world traveler, scholar, mentor, friend to mankind and prince among men, Louis brought love, elevation and good will to all he encountered. He is an indestructible spirit and will be forever enshrined in the hearts of his family, friends, co-workers, loved ones and all who knew him. Services will be held on June 3rd at the Sutton Place Synagogue for family and close friends. Contributions in Louis' memory may be made to the Sutton Place Synagogue, 225 East 51st Street, NYC, NY 10022.

Published in The New York Times on June 2, 2015
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