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Christopher Dewey, Westchester Aquatics Club Coach, Dies At 28

Christopher Dewey, Westchester Aquatics Club Coach, Dies At 28
POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- Christopher C. Dewey -- Pound Ridge resident, Westchester Aquatics Club swim coach and former Rye High School coach for the boys swim team – died on Tuesday, Dec. 22. He was 28.

Dewey was also a summer league coach for Larchmont Shore Club and Westchester Hills Country Club i...

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Former Journal News Editor CynDee Royle Dies At 57

Former Journal News Editor CynDee Royle Dies At 57

CynDee Royle, "a fierce advocate for the public’s right to know who guided lohud and The Journal News into the digital age," died on Saturday, Feb. 6, at age 57 following a years-long bat...

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John L. Tishman, Master Builder From Westchester, Dies At 90

John L. Tishman, Master Builder From Westchester, Dies At 90

BEDFORD, N.Y. -- John L. Tishman, a master builder of the 20th century whose firm, Tishman Realty and Construction Company, constructed buildings throughout Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles ...

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Pleasantville Man Killed When Hit By Car Remembered As Caring Music Teacher

Pleasantville Man Killed When Hit By Car Remembered As Caring Music Teacher

PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Many musicians in Westchester County owe their love of music to Hercules Faranda. Faranda, 90, was killed on Sunday when he was hit by a car outside of his Washingt...

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Westchester Educator, Wife Die In Apparent Murder-Suicide

Westchester Educator, Wife Die In Apparent Murder-Suicide

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- James Gaddy, a prominent New Rochelle educator for several decades, was found dead in his North Carolina home, along with his wife in a reported murder-suicide. Jam...

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Hudson Valley Native Judith Kaye, First Female Chief Judge In NY, Dies

Hudson Valley Native Judith Kaye, First Female Chief Judge In NY, Dies

Judith S, Kaye, the first female chief judge in New York, died from cancer Thursday at her Manhattan home, according to The New York Times. Born in the Hudson Valley's Monticello, Kaye wa...

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Gertrude Grenda 'Trudy' Ungemack, 81, Of Armonk

ARMONK, N.Y. -- Gertrude Grenda Ungemack, of Armonk, died Dec. 23. She was 81.She was born Nov. 7, 1934, in the Bronx to Karl and Rose Grenda. She was predeceased by her husband Purdy Ungemack. She worked as a bank manager for many years...

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Westchester Fashion Icon Mary Jane Denzer Dies

Westchester Fashion Icon Mary Jane Denzer Dies

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Westchester fashion icon Mary Jane Denzer, died on Wednesday, Dec. 16, after a long illness. Born in New York City to Nellie and Willard F. Greenwald., Denzer...

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Geraldine Avacato, 90, Longtime Armonk Resident

ARMONK, N.Y. -- Geraldine M. (DeSimile) Avacato, a longtime Armonk resident, died Tuesday, Dec. 15, at her home in the Eddy Village Green at Beverwyck in Slingerlands, N.Y. Born and educated in the Bronx, she was the daughter of the late...

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NY Philharmonic Leader Kurt Masur Of Westchester Dies

NY Philharmonic Leader Kurt Masur Of Westchester Dies

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – Kurt Masur of Harrison and who was the music director of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra for 11 years, died on Saturday, Dec. 19. He was 88. Masur was born ...

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Phil Pepe, Popular Yankees Beat Writer, Author, Dies At 80

Phil Pepe, Popular Yankees Beat Writer, Author, Dies At 80

Popular Yankees beat writer for the New York Daily News, Phil Pepe, died on Sunday, according to the Daily News. He was 80. Pepe, who lived in Englewood, N.J., covered the Yankees for th...

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