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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
Leonard Firestone, a pioneer in the television programming and syndication industries, who lived in the Five Towns died on March 4 with his children and their spouses at his bedside. He was 93. more
Linda Santisteban was a smart, energetic woman who joined the work force early in life, changed careers then committed her love and time to her family and community. more
Family mattered a great deal to Arline G. Zelman as she worked with her husband and will be remembered by her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren for her motherly ways. more
Florence B. “Florrie” Schwartzberg worked in two professions that were once considered for men only, and made a distinct impact with the people she employed. more
She possessed the panache and sparkle of a movie star and loved to sing and enthrall her audience. Bronx-born Dorothy Kasloff Zuckerman also devoted time to charitable causes and held her family in her heart. more
Jack Olchin, former Hewlett resident and chairman of the state and Nassau County Liberal Party, died on Jan. 30. He was 92. more
Longtime Cedarhurst mayor and lifetime Five Towns resident Andrew J. Parise died last Sunday, at age 90. more
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