CARLEY BRODER
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Plaza Jewish Community Chapel
630 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY
BRODER--Carley, age 63, on February 25, encircled by loved ones, from lung disease. Originally from Rumson, NJ, Carley was a devoted Upper West Sider, living near Lincoln Center to feed her love of all things ballet. A gifted communicator, Carley championed justice and equality. A cherished daughter of the late Gloria Waldman Appel and Marvin and Lois Broder, and sister to Michael (Rita Rubin), Betsy (David Wentworth) and the late Chip (Celeste Hoppey-Broder). She also leaves her beloved siblings from the Stern and Appel families, adored nieces and nephews, and devoted friends. Contributions in her honor can be made to Project Plie, American Ballet Theater, 890 Broadway, NY, NY, 10003. Memorial service at the Plaza Jewish Community Chapel, 630 Amsterdam Ave. on Sunday, March 2 at 2pm.

Published by New York Times on Feb. 27, 2014.
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Dear Betsy and Family,
We are saddened by the death of your beloved Carley. We hope that, eventually, your loving memories of her will help to ease some of the pain and emptiness caused by your loss.
With heartfelt condolences,
Sid and Elka Booth
March 5, 2014
Carley's family appreciates all of these loving comments. An extraordinarily kind and generous person, she leaves a tremendous void.
March 3, 2014
My thoughts are with the Broder family.
Julie Fitzpatrick
February 28, 2014
I also knew Carly from an internet community of fellow ballet lovers. She was a lovely and thoughtful contributor and will be very missed.
"Drew"
February 27, 2014
Carley was a smart, interesting, warm and lovely woman. I will miss chatting with her at New York City Ballet, and around Lincoln Center (where I ran into her frequently). Deepest condolences to her family and friends.
Deborah Broide
February 27, 2014
I knew Carley electronically through a shared interest in ballet -- the internet has given us many new ways to expand our worlds, and she was a valued part of mine. She was as knowledgeable as she was kind, which is a wonderful combination. I carry a tiny portion of her spirit with me as I go forward, as we all do.
February 27, 2014
Very sorry for your loss. May you find peace and comfort as we look forward to better times. Isaiah 65:21
February 27, 2014
I knew Carley from BalletAlert and will miss her warmth and insight. (ATM711)
Anne Moses
February 27, 2014
Carley actively tried to make the world a better place, and succeeded. She will be very much missed.
Amy Reusch
February 27, 2014
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