Milestones

Timeline

2021
November 14

In Memoriam: Ann P. Kearns (1936-2021), Mother of Ellen Kearns

Obituary: https://clarkassociatesfuneralhome.com/tribute/details/676/Ann-Kearns/obituary.html#tribute-start
November 12

In Memoriam: Chief Judge Arthur “Mike” Doran Jr. (1941-2021)

“Among his proudest achievements is the founding of the Yonkers Drug Court. He was an active member of many organizations and was proud to have served on many, many Boards. He is the only person in history to hold the title of Grand Marshall at both of the Yonkers St. Patrick’s Day Parades, one on South Broadway and the other on McLean Avenue. He is most remembered for his wisdom, patience, kindness and generous spirit.” Obituary: https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/yonkers-ny/arthur-doran-10443275
November 8

In Memoriam: Anne C. Wheeler (1929-2021), Mother of Leslie Chervokas

Obituary: https://www.edwardsdowdle.com/obituaries/Anne-Wheeler-2/#!/Obituary
October 31

In Memoriam: Tom Lavan (1932-2021), Rye City District Leader

Obituary: https://www.coxeandgraziano.com/obituaries/Thomas–J–Lavan?obId=22895620#/celebrationWall)
October 15

IN MEMORIAM: Dr. Michael S. Porder, father of Deborah Porder

September 5

IN MEMORIAM: Sandra Hoch, Mother of Rob Hoch & Mother-in-Law of Karen Pasquale (1936-2021)

August 22

IN MEMORIAM: Shirley Stone, Mother of Roslyn Stone-Pollock (1932-2021)

Shirley Samuels Stone died peacefully at Fairfield County House in Stamford, CT on August 22, 2021. She was 89 years old.
August 22

IN MEMORIAM: Irving Farber, Husband of Jean Farber (1941-2021)

Irving O. Farber, a longtime resident of Mount Kisco and Bedford, died on Aug. 22. He was 79.
June 8

IN MEMORIAM: Margo Jossem Campbell, Wife of Bruce Campbell (1950-2021)

April 30

IN MEMORIAM: Matilda Gilbert (1938-2021)

Longtime District Leader, 95th AD representative, and dear friend Matilda Gilbert passed away on April 19 from COVID. The committee has changed a great deal since I joined it nearly 10 years ago, but Matilda was a constant and I will miss her. —Maria Slippen, Chair, Cortlandt Democrats