Obituaries
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Marjorie Shreeve Winslow, a former Riverdale resident, died in her Duxbury, Mass. home on Nov. 30. She was 89. Born in Muncie, Indiana, Ms. Winslow moved to Phoenix, Arizona when she was 3 … more
James McGonagle, a popular bar owner, Gaelic Park regular and longtime Riverdalian, died of natural causes on Nov. 26. He was 72. Mr. McGonagle was born in Glencolmicille Village in … more
Timothy Patrick Kelly, a longtime Kingsbridge resident, died on Aug. 7. He was 90. Mr. Kelly was born in Eyeries, Beara, County Cork, Ireland on April 23, 1922. Orphaned by the age of 4, Mr. … more
Longtime Riverdalian Murry Lewin died in his sleep on Nov. 22 after celebrating Thanksgiving with his wife, children and grandchildren. He was 101. Mr. Lewin lived in Riverdale with his wife, … more
Longtime Riverdalian Patricia Cooney, who managed Kelton’s skating rink with her husband William Cooney, Sr., in the 1970s, died after a long illness on Sept. 6 surrounded by friends, … more
Rosalie Hechtman Henrichsen, a longtime Riverdale resident and educator, died after a two-year battle with cancer on Nov. 14. She was 74. Ms. Henrichsen was born in Brooklyn on Feb. 13, 1938. … more
Lawrence Arthur Nef, a longtime Riverdale resident, died on Oct. 26. He was 68. Born on February 19, 1944, in New York City, Mr. Arthur was a Bronx resident for most of his life. He grew up in … more
James Doherty, 91, most recently of Cocoa Beach, Fla., died after a brief illness at the Vitas Hospice Center in Merritt Island, Fla. on Oct. 21 surrounded by his family.  Mr. Doherty, … more
More than 16 million men and women served in the United States Armed Forces in World War II, at home, at sea and on battlefields from North Africa, Italy, France, Germany, China, the Pacific … more
Joseph L. Rosenmiller, Jr., a longtime resident of Riverdale and a founder of Greater Media, Inc., one of the nation’s largest privately held media companies in the 1980s and 1990s, died … more
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