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Stuart Murray Friedland of Hewlett died on Oct. 17 after a short illness, just two weeks short of his 86th birthday. more
He was affectionately known as “Mr. Sal” for the past 25 years, the last dozen of which he spent in Boca Raton, Fla. more
Many of his hand-painted signs were part of the landscape in many Five Towns stores and community institutions such as the Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library and Five Tons Community Center. more
Alice and Stephen Jacobs met at Lake Forest College in Chicago. She was a freshman and he was a sophomore, and for the 53 years they knew each other, Stephen always admired her intellect. “She read all the time and had an inquiring mind; she was very smart,” he said. more
Lloyd Fetner, a Staten Island real estate developer who was a longtime Five Towns resident, died on Sept. 6. He was 78. more
A Brooklynite by birth, Elinor Wilensky Tannenbaum was a longtime Five Towns resident who immersed herself in the area through her career as a teacher and an involved community member. more
Norma Gold, a North Woodmere resident whose family founded the Hempstead-based Gold’s Pure Foods Products Company, died on Aug. 21. She was 91. more
He was an example of the America dream. Giacomo Anthony Campanile who was known as Tony to those he helped furnish their homes, offices, business and even boats, came to the U.S. at 16 from Prata, Avellino, Italy where he was born on May 26, 1938. more
Considered a woman before her time and a pioneer of women’s liberation by her family, Isabel Meyer May was the first woman president of Temple Israel of Lawrence and founded a woman-oriented Five Towns-based charity organization. more
After a two-year battle with cancer Bronx-native and former Cedarhurst business owner Nils Alan Flanzraich died in Reno, Nev. on June 30. He was 71. more
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