One of the most remarkable figures in the history of East Hills politics has passed away.
Judge Arthur Goldberg, who served an amazing 38 years as Justice of the Village of East Hills, died on Friday, April 9.
Born in 1925, Brown was the daughter of William Z. and Dora M. Spiegelman, and was raised in Brooklyn. She taught in the New York City public schools for ten years. She was married to Leon Brown, an attorney.
Beatrice Nasaw, a longtime Roslyn resident, died on January 17 in Glen Cove Hospital at the age of 92. “Bea,” as she was called, was known to generations of school children in Roslyn where she taught fifth and sixth grades for over a quarter of a century.
On Jan. 28 2010, Alex Eliassof, an original founding member of A & D Offset Printers, Ltd., which opened in the early ‘80s, passed away. Coincidentally, it was on his 89th birthday.
Known as the ultimate caregiver, Mr. Harnett shepherded the care of thousands of Long Islanders in his role as president/CEO of Family & Children’s Association, a human care agency serving Long Island’s neediest population. Mr. Harnett passed away unexpectedly on Jan. 23, 2010.
Last Sunday, Jan. 17 marked the passing of a true Roslyn patriot. Alice F. Maloney, who celebrated her centennial last year, died at her home in Roslyn Heights.
As readers of The Roslyn News may recall, Alice’s 100th birthday was marked by a party last Aug. 22 at Garden Cleaners, which was also celebrating its own 50th anniversary.
Westbury native Damon “Dave” Mock who, for more than two decades, was best known as the “voice” of the Green Dragons, passed away suddenly Dec. 26 from a heart attack. Mr. Mock, who had suffered a mild stroke in September 2009 that hindered his ability to communicate, was just 41 years old.
Dr. Murray Postal, known as “a man for all seasons,” died at his home in Delray Beach, FL, on Dec. 2, 2009. He was 89 years old.
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