Emanuel “Manny” Greene, of Plandome Manor, passed away on November 10, 2013 in his 98th year. Born in the Old Stone House in Hasbrouck, NY, now a landmark and museum, he went on to start a paper and plastic disposable business from the trunk of his car in the 1930’s and grew it to be the largest firm of its kind in the NY Metropolitan area by the 1960’s.
He was happiest sitting on his deck with his entire immediate family looking at Manhasset Bay and relating stories of his life - sailing, travels, politics and current events. He thought the most beautiful sight in the world was the sunset over Manhasset Bay.
Anne Frances Orlando, 80, died peacefully on Nov. 22 in her Manhasset home surrounded by her loving family. She is survived by her husband, Edward, brother John Begley, sister in laws Gerda, Georgia and Jennie and her three children, Edward Orlando, Jr., Sharon McCormack and Donna Travers. She was predeceased by her youngest child, Thomas Orlando, in 2003. She was also the proud and beloved grandmother of Elizabeth, Emily-Anne, Thomas, Brian, Mary Claire, Katherine Anne, and Eric and great-grandmother to Jaeda Lynne. She is also survived by many loving friends.
Robert J. Mozer, died peacefully in his Manhasset home of 51 years on October 21, 2013. He was 81. The cause of death was heart failure.
A graduate of Loyola High School, Fordham College and Fordham Law School, he began his career at the Waterfront Commission, which ensured fair hiring practices in the New York area ports. He went on to found the firm of Herold, Luca, Persky and Mozer which engaged principally in labor union law.
February 1, 1910 - October 15, 2013
Notre Dame, IN, Formerly of Manhasset
One of the gifts of being an only child is that I have the privilege of introducing you briefly to the man my Dad, Tony, was. There are few who met him that weren’t touched by his humor, kindness, optimism and fortitude, especially those left to tell his story and carry his spirit: daughter Nancy (Hank) Mascotte; grandchildren Carl Schoeneman of Rancho Mirage, CA and Sara (Gerry) Clark of Maui, HI; great-grandchild Chiarra Clark; sister-in-law Sophie (Walter)Hogan; four nephews: Phillip (Pat) Lorey, Sam (MaryLouise) Lorey, Jim(Paula) Gibb and Walter (Sunny) Hogan; and two nieces: Rose Lorey and Judy (Richie) Hennes.
Gloria Elizabeth Sullivan, a long time Manhasset resident, passed away on Thursday, Oct. 3. She is survived by her husband of 70 years Gene, her children Eugene Jr., Edward, Robert, and Elizabeth, ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Their daughter Ann died in infancy.
She was born Gloria Roesch in Brooklyn in 1921. Her family moved to Astoria, Queens when she was 4. She attended St. Jean Baptiste High School in Manhattan and then Grace Academy. Her first job was as an executive secretary.
Pietrina N. Capela of Chatham, New Jersey passed away on Monday, September 30, 2013 at Overlook Hospital, Summit, NJ.
Pietrina was born on September 23, 1947 in New York City, NY. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore and Domenica (nee Maccarone) Pinzino.Pietrina was a graduate of Seward Park High School, New York City, NY. She was a parishioner of Corpus Christi Church, Chatham, NJ. Pietrina was a 1993 finalist contestant in “Mrs. New Jersey.” She had a love for fashion and it always showed in her signature style. She was very family oriented and love spending time with her nephews and niece. Pietrina and husband Joseph shared a love for vintage cars, especially the MGB they took to car shows.
Myrla (Wilbur) Roseberry, 96, resident of Brooksby Village in Peabody, Mass., died peacefully on September 7, 2013. Born in Amesbury on April 29, 1917, she was one of four children of the late Arthur H. and Polly G. (Short) Wilbur. She was a graduate of Lowell High School, Class of 1934. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Lowell, her master’s of education from the University of Hyannis, and attended the University of Maine and Harvard University for advanced graduate studies in education.
Mary Jane Milton, surrounded by her loving family, passed away peacefully on Monday, September 16, 2013.
Mary Jane is survived by her loving husband Jim, her adoring children Jim, Dennis (Margaret), Dan (Molly), and Sean, and her grandchildren Haley, Jack, Margot, Patrick, Brendan, Rowan, James, Eve, and Jasper. She was supremely dedicated to her family, with whom she showered with great care, love and wisdom.
Irene Denihan of Manhasset, died peacefully at her home on August 31, 2013 after suffering a stroke on July 12. Born on November 15, 1921 to Anna and Stanislaw Spokas, Irene grew up in Philadelphia, Pa. Irene was a strong, courageous, thoughtful, caring woman who made the lives of many of those around her that much richer for knowing her. She will be dearly missed.
W. Donald DeWitt died peacefully on Aug. 29, 2013 at Sunrise of Basking Ridge, where he lived with his wife. He was 87.
Born in Elmhurst, N.Y. He lived in Manhasset for nearly 50 years before moving to Mendham, N.Y. in 2007.
Don DeWitt served in the Navy during WWII from 1944-1946 on the USS Perkins in the Pacific.
He was a graduate of Adelphi University and received his JD from New York Law.
He worked as a special agent in the F.B.I. for eight years before joining the law practice which his father began. He practiced law until he retired , with offices in Manhasset, Port Washington and Jackson Heights.
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