Herbert Gold, formerly of Glen Cove, died at his home in Monroe Township, NJ, on Feb. 17, 1998, after having fought ferociously against chronic lymphocytic leukemia, 16 days before his 75th birthday.
He held a BA and MBA from Hofstra University and was a fiscal consultant before retirement. He served in the decoding section of Allied Forces Headquarters in N. Africa and Italy during WWII.
Surviving are his wife of 30 years, Ann (Merker) Gold, the first woman elected to the Glen Cove City Council; sisters Gloria Sedran and Harriet Popper; and four nieces and nephews.
Nina E. Delaney, 76, of Roslyn Harbor, died suddenly on April 3, 1998.
Mother of Michael P. Grandmother of Thomas E., Michael M. and Catherine M.
Arrangements were made by the Dodge-Thomas Funeral Home, Glen Cove. Burial private.
Roger M. De Maio, of Yaphank formerly of Glen Cove, died on April 3, 1998.
Husband of Elizabeth A. (nee Boyd). Father of Mary Anne, Theresa and Michael De Maio. Son of the late Matthew and Jennie (nee Ranieri). Arrangements were made by the Marcus L. Bianconi Funeral Home, Glen Cove. Mass of Christian Burial at the Church of St. Rocco. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery.
Raffaele Tropeano, of W. Palm Beach, FL formerly of Glen Cove, died on April 3, 1998.
Husband of the late Rosaria (nee Tedesco). Father of Michael and Francesco Tropeano. Also survived by in-laws, nieces and nephews.
Arrangements were made by the Marcus L. Bianconi Funeral Home, Glen Cove. Interment and graveside services were held at Holy Rood Cemetery with Rev. Curry officiating.
Lynward Murray, 66, of Glen Cove, died on April 5, 1998.
Father of Linda Murray. Companion of Joyce Floyd for over 20 years. Grandfather of two. Uncle of Haskill Murray.
Service held at the Dodge-Thomas Funeral Home, Glen Cove. Interment Calverton National Cemetery.
Eunice Halvorsen, 77, of Locust Valley, died on April 10, 1998.
Retired Nassau County employee. Mother of Wayne, Donna, Wendy, Randy, the late Barry and Susie. Sister of Shirley, Lea, Jacqueline and the late Karen. Grandmother of six. Friend of Ted, Barbara, Annie B. and Annie O.
Service and interment conducted privately through the Dodge-Thomas Funeral Home, Glen Cove.
S. Reed Anthony, of Old Brookville, died on April 11, 1998. A 1934 Yale graduate, he was the former-mayor of Old Brookville for 10 years (1985-95). He worked for the village for 40 years as commissioner, trustee and mayor.
Mr. Anthony was a lieutenant in the US Navy during WWII, attached to the Bureau of Aeronautics in charge of allocating the US production of airplanes. He was the recorder on the Joint Aircraft Committee headed by General Arnold. He won the Navy Commendation ribbon and was appointed honorary member of the military division of most excellent order of the British Empire (OBE), appointment by King George VI. He retired with the rank of lietuenant commander.
Mr. Anthony worked most of his life in textiles, first with J .P. Coates, Clark Thread Co., and was vice president of Suncook Mills Co. He is survived by his wife for 58 years Magdelaine Salvage Anthony; his children Silas R., Jr., Magdelaine A. Broughton, J. Bryan, Robert W. and Katharine A. Palmer; and 10 grandchildren.
Arrangements were made by the Dodge-Thomas Funeral Home, Glen Cove. Service was held at St. John's of Lattingtown. Interment Memorial Cemetery, Laurel Hollow. Donations can be made to Linden Place, 500 Hope St., Bristol, RI 02809.
Frances M. Allen (nee Dougherty), of Glen Cove, died on April 11, 1998.
She was a St. Patrick's Parish Eucharistic minister and religious education instructor. In years past she was an Army veteran of WWII (WAAC - medic). All will miss her ready smile, caring ways. Mother of Nancy (Robert). Grandmother of Joshua, Kelsey and Jesse. Sister of William.
Arrangements were made by the McLaughlin Kramer Megiel Funeral Home, Glen Cove. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery.
Andrew R. Loughlin, of Oyster Bay, a retired Allstate agent from Flushing, died on Easter Sunday.
He was 83 years old. Survivors include his wife Evelyn; children Joan, Richard, Garret, Andrew and Andrea; and eight grandchildren.
Arrangements were made by the McLaughlin Kramer Megiel Funeral Home, Glen Cove. Funeral Mass at St. Patrick's Church. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery.
Eleanor Brighton Jawitz, a resident of Glen Cove for over 40 years, died of cancer on April 12, 1998, in her 81st year, after a brief illness in Boca Raton, FL.
Mrs. Jawitz was the Nassau County Deputy Treasurer for over 20 yeras. Raised in the Bronx, she attended City College, graduated from Queens College with a BA degree in political science in 1970, and received a masters degree in public administration from C.W. Post College in 1980.
A true community activist, she was involved in many ways to help her adopted City of Glen Cove. She became active in the PTAs of the Glen Cove S.D., serving in many posts over the years. She was appointed executive secretary to the mayor and supervisor of the City of Glen Cove, when Joseph M. Reilly was elected to that position. Upon Mr. Reilly's election to the NY State Assembly, she served as his liaison in his district.
She was the secretary of the Glen Cove Tri-Centennial Committee, celebrating Glen Cove's 300th Anniversary in 1968 and played an important role in the Tri-Centennial pageant "This Place of Rushes." Mrs. Jawitz was a past-president of the Nassau County Federation of Republican Women, served for several years as a member of the Glen Cove Planning Board and was treasurer of the Glen Cove Community Development Agency. She was elected to the position of elder of the First Presbyterian Church of Glen Cove, was Clerk of the Session for the congregation for over 10 years, and was a member of the United Presbyterian Women and the Glen Cove Women's Club. Continuing to be active politically, she was a candidate for the Glen Cove City Council in 1985. When at home in Glen Cove, she was a member of the Auxiliary of the North Shore University Community Hospital. She was also elected to Pi Alpha National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration.
She was the wife of Julian Jawitz and the wife of the late Alan A. Brighton. She is also survived by her sons, Alfred Weil (Valerie) of Ringwood, NJ, Stanley Weil (Janet) of Vista, NY and James Brighton of Aptos, CA; her brothers, Stanley Seliger (Edith) of Rockville Centre and Alfred Seliger (Frances) of Del Ray Beach, FL; as well as many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, step-children, step-grandchildren, nephews and nieces and a great multitude of friends.
Cremation took place in Florida and a memorial service is planned for April 18 at 6 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Glen Cove. Donations to charities of choice would be appreciated by her family.
Marie L. Meyer, 80, of Stuart, FL formerly of Glen Cove and Locust Valley, died on April 14, 1998.
She was a secretary for Prudential Savings Bank, Locust Valley. Wife of the late John C. Mother of Marilyn (Gus) Heilig, John "Jack," and Bob (Janet). Grandmother of Jim (Debi) and Allan (Amy) Heilig, Maureen, John, Bradley, Noreen and Russell Meyer. Great-grandmother of six. Also survived by her brother "Augie" (Bernice) Lemp; her in-laws Alfred and Ceil Meyer; Rose Smith Corrine Reinhardt, Lillian DiMenna and nieces and nephews.
Arrangements were made by the Whitting Funeral Home, Glen Head. Funeral service. Interment Locust Valley Cemetery. Contributions can be sent to the Cancer Research Institute, NY.