New York Obituaries

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  • 12 hrs ago | via Jackson Heights News 

    City ups enforcement, mulls redesign on Northern Blvd

    From Noshat Nahian's death in 2013 to Giovanni Ampuero's passing earlier this year, Northern Boulevard has quickly garnered a reputation as the new "Boulevard of Death." The Queens thoroughfare has seen close to 20 traffic fatalities in the last decade, many of whom were children crossing the street.


  • 20 hrs ago | via Lewistown Sentinel 

    Jacqueline Sanchez-Valez

    Jacqueline Sanchez-Velez, 54, of Lewistown, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family and friends at 12:30 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville. Survivors include: her husband of 15 years, William Sanchez-Velez; children, Nina Jurczak, of Lewistown, Miguel Jimenez, of Breaux Bridge, La., Jacqueline Otero and Erica Otero, both of Amherst, Mass., and Angelina Otero, of Lewistown.


  • Yesterday | via WAOW 

    Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots combined are no...

    That means the jackpot for Friday's drawing is now at least $868 million or a cash lump sum of $494.5 million. It will be the largest jackpot in the game's history and the second largest in the US lottery jackpot history.


  • Yesterday | via 

    Douglas Gene Davis

    Born April 8, 1944, in Elkhurst, he was the son of the late Roy and Ola Davis. He was preceded in death by his wife, Sharon Connor Davis, and his daughter, Lora Beth Bebee Douglas is survived by his son Aaron Davis of Washington; brother, Dale Davis of Charleston; and Debbie Taylor of Procious; grandchildren; Buddy Lasure of Parkersburg, Justin Lasure of Parkersburg, and Jessie Lasure of Charleston; three grandchildren; nieces and nephews, Justin Sirk of Ravenswood, Charles Jeffery Rider of Clay, Elizabeth Taylor Procious and Chris Davis of Alpharetta, GA; great nieces and nephews, Xander Bernardo of Procious, Makayla Skye Sirk of Parkersburg, Kate Davis and Maggie Davis both of Brooklyn, NY and Jake Davis of Alpharetta, GA.


  • Yesterday | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Bill McKeon

    Born on Nov. 14, 1934, in Brooklyn, N.Y., he moved to Cleveland 18 years ago and was a member of St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church. He loved music and had a passion for playing the piano, and was an avid woodworker.


  • Tuesday | via NBC New York 

    Sources: Man Mad Over Cocaine Kills Random Person Wi...

    A 63-year-old man died hours after an unprovoked kick to the back by another man in Brooklyn over the weekend, sources say The victim died three hours after arriving at a hospital; he was initially conscious.


  • Tuesday | via The Brooklyn Daily Eagle 

    Brooklyn Jewish Hall of Fame celebrates achievements...

    The first Hasidic woman to be elected to public office in U.S. history, the chairman of the Brooklyn Navy Yard and the longest-serving chaplain in NYPD history were among the stars being honored at the Fourth Annual BJHI Brooklyn Jewish Hall of Fame that took place Monday night. The Brooklyn Historical Society, a charter member of the Brooklyn Jewish Historical Initiative, hosted the event.


  • Tuesday | via The New York Times 

    Carol Hall, 'Best Little Whorehouse' Composer, Is De...

    Carol Hall, who helped turn an unlikely inspiration into one of the biggest Broadway hits of the 1970s when she wrote the music and lyrics for "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas," died on Thursday at her home in Manhattan. She was 82. Ms.


  • Tuesday | via Radio World 

    Rick Levy Remembered as "Quiet Genius"

    A Boston Globe obituary called him a friend of the broadcast community. SCMS Northeast Regional Sales Manager Jim Peck said Levy was "a consultant, designer and quiet genius for decades in the greater Boston/New England area."


  • Monday Oct 15 | via Dallas Morning News 

    Carol Hall, 'Best Little Whorehouse in Texas' compos...

    Carol Hall, who helped turn an unlikely inspiration into one of the biggest Broadway hits of the 1970s when she wrote the music and lyrics for The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas , died Thursday at her home in Manhattan. She was 82. Hall, a 1954 graduate of Highland Park High School, was enjoying moderate success as a singer and songwriter when, developing an idea first hatched during a dinner party conversation, she, Peter Masterson and Larry L. King created Best Little Whorehouse , a comedy based on an article King had written in 1974 for Playboy .


  • Monday Oct 15 | via Denton Publications 

    Michael "Mickey" Danielle

    Michael "Mickey" Danielle of Davie, FL and Jay, NY entered eternal life on Wednesday, August 22nd. He was born in Brooklyn, NY on August 28, 1927 to Rose Imperiale and Joseph Michael Daniela.


  • Saturday Oct 13 | via New York Daily News 

    Brooklyn street renamed for firefighter who died fro...

    New York City Council Member, Jumaane D. Williams, , unveils the new street sign with family members for FDNY Firefighter, William Gormley, who was a 9/11 first responder and who died last year from 9/11 related illness. In Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York on Saturday.


  • Friday Oct 12 | via Gloversville Leader-Herald 

    Shane McGowan

    Shane McGowan of Amsterdam, New York passed away tragically with his wife and good friends on Saturday, October 6, 2018 at the age of 30. Shane was born to Sheila McGarvey and Dr. Randy T. McGowan on March 6, 1988 in Greenwich, Connecticut. He attended local schools graduating from Amsterdam High School in 2006 and went on to attend Sage College where he graduated with his bachelor's degree.


  • Friday Oct 12 | via Gloversville Leader-Herald 

    Michael Christopher Ukaj

    Sgt. Michael Christopher Ukaj, age 34 of Caroga Lake, passed away unexpectedly on his 34th birthday on Saturday, October 6, 2018 from a tragic limo accident in the town of Schoharie. He was born in Queens on October 6, 1984, a son of the late Shaban Ukaj and Mary Fletcher Ashton of Winterport, Maine who survives.


  • Thursday Oct 11 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Walter Moehle Jr.

    He was born July 15, 1928, in Brooklyn, New York, a son of the late Dr. Walter and Violet Moehle. Mr. Moehle received a bachelor of science degree from Seton Hall University and was a veteran of the Korean War.


  • Thursday Oct 11 | via Powhatan Today 

    Eileen O'Connor Grant

    Eileen O'Connor Grant, of Gloucester Point, born October 27, 1928, in Brooklyn, New York, to the late Charles and Marion Holmes O'Connor, passed away on Thursday, October 4, 2018. She was preceded in death by her husband of 53 years, George C. Grant; and is survived by two children, Shelley Damian and George Grant ; four grandchildren, Eileen Robins, Kevin Damian, George Damian and Diana Futrell; three great-grandchildren, Michelle and Sarah Haas, and Cordell Futrell; siblings, Connie O'Connor, Patricia Dillman, Mallon O'Connor , Maureen Benussi, and Judith Finneran; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.


  • Thursday Oct 11 | via 

    Man from Staten Island, 68, dies during skydiving jump

    A former Bulls Head resident died Tuesday after suffering a heart ailment during a skydiving jump in California, officials said. Peter Zimmerli, 68, was fine when he jumped out of the plane, but had a medical emergency on the way down, according to a sergeant at the Riverside Coroner's Office.


  • Thursday Oct 4 | via Q-Notes 

    Mattachine Society members were early crusaders for ...

    Lost in the celebrations of this year's Pride was the death of a historical crusader for LGBTQ rights. The passing of Dick Leitsch was a reminder of the role secret societies played in mid-20th century America.


  • Thursday Oct 4 | via 

    Fran and Frank Reali's 'Protecting One Young Heart a...

    For the 10th year in row, Fran and Frank Reali's Protecting One Young Heart at a Time Foundation hosted their annual fundraising dinner last night at LiGreci's Staaten. More than 340 guests gathered to toast honorees and bid on more than 180 enticing raffle baskets, which have become of hallmark of this annual event.


  • Monday Oct 1 | via Las Vegas Review Journal 

    Bloomberg re-registers as Democrat as he weighs 2020...

    Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks in front of the Luxor hotel-casino in Las Vegas at an event for "The New American Road Trip," an electric-vehicle tour from California to New York, Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018.