Seena Cutler, of Great Neck, died recently. Wife of the late B. Robert. Mother of Andrew and Cindy and Rabbi Matthew and Sharon. Grandmother of Brooke, Alexa, Benjamin, Micah and Julia. Sister of Howard and Annette Schwartz. Service at Temple Emanuel of Great Neck.
Richard Pack, longtime resident of Great Neck, died July 1, 1999, at his home in Laguna Hills, CA. Dick was long active in radio and television in programming and public relations. His career in broadcasting dated back to WWII where he was a radio programmer for the US Army. After the war, he worked for Variety, WNEW, Westinghouse Broadcasting Co. (Group W). At Westinghouse, he had been editor of Television Quarterly, a quality industry journal.
He was a broadcaster who believed in public service. While at Westinghouse, he inaugurated the Public Service Conferences at which broadcasters from all over the world were brought up to date on the latest productions and techniques for broadcasting quality radio and television programs to inform and entertain.
His wife, Laura, a son, Robert, and two grandsons survive him.
Louis Goldstein, a longtime resident of Great Neck, died on July 6, 1999 at age 85. After many years as an executive for Franklin Simon, he became the owner of the Old Village Wine and Liquor Store in Great Neck, served as president the GN Village Business Association and was a member of the Lion's Club. He enjoyed serving the community - he loved his customers and they loved him. Louis was the husband of Magda; cherished father of Julie Ellis and Susan Goldstein; caring father-in-law of Charles Ellis and Joseph Crucilla; sweet papa of Jonathan Ellis and Sarah Crucilla. A survivor of the Holocaust, he was the beloved partriarch of his entire extended family. A generous, selfless man with a heart of gold; he was the personification of good. We will cherish his memory.