Obituaries
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Arthur “Art” Rabin, known to friends as the “Jewish Cowboy,” died of a heart attack on Aug. 31, only days after his retirement party at Liebman’s Delicatessen. The … more
Pauline Wexler, a longtime Riverdale resident, passed away March 15, 2017, at 96, while surrounded by family. more
Irma L. Hoffman, 91, a longtime resident of Riverdale and an active member of a senior citizen center here, passed away at home on Oct. 30. more
On Feb. 20, longtime Riverdalian Doris Glickstein died at her home on Henry Hudson Parkway at the age of 91. Born in the University Heights area, Ms. Glickstein lived in Riverdale for over 45 … more
Dr. Matthew Ies Spetter, founder of the Riverdale Mental Health Association and longtime leader of the Riverdale-Yonkers Ethical Culture Society, died on Dec. 30. He was 91. Dr. Spetter … more
Edgar Leon Abrams, who died on Jan. 21 at the age of 77, lived a life of firsts. According to his son, Edgar Rafael Abrams, He was among the first African Americans to attend Stuyvesant High School. … more
Edithe Rappel Kelly, widow of Martin James Kelly and a longtime Riverdale resident, died on Nov. 23, after a brief illness. She was 86. Born in New York City on Feb. 3, 1926, Ms. Kelly was a … more
George E. Lawler passed away on the morning of Jan. 17, following a brief illness. He lived in Riverdale his entire life and loved New York. Mr. Lawler retired from Interpublic Group after 37 … more
It is with overwhelming sadness that the family of Tracey-Anne Sokoloff shares the news of her untimely passing after an 18-month heroic battle with metastatic breast cancer. She was 62. The … more
Walter Wolf Rinns, a Riverdale resident for more than 50 years, died on Jan. 3 in Lincoln, Neb. He was 92. Born Walter W. Rindsberg, on Sept. 5, 1920 in Germany, to Ferdinand and Erna (Blum) … more
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