Obituaries

Obituaries

View our most recent obituaries for our Rochester and Victor locations.
1927 - 2021

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Bobbi pollock

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December 24, 2021

I knew this beautiful lady as Libby. We spent many wonderful times together she is now with her dear family and friends snd my husband Norman. She will be sadly missed

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Ruth Barnett

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December 23, 2021

Three neighbors Helene, Lee and Ruth celebrating our February birthdays. The smiles on our faces were brought on by Lee’s sweet smiles and positive disposition. Actually, any time spent with Lee was a reason to celebrate. We all feel truly blessed to have had her as an important uplifting part of our lives.

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Anna Neumann

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December 23, 2021

Lee and Alex took me in with such great kindness and warmth when I first moved to New York in 1986 -- I was in my early 30s, new to the city, and terribly lonely. They met my husband-to-be, Aaron, and quickly "adopted" him as well. We left the city, then returned, connecting and reconnecting so many times. Lee met my mother at Aaron's and my wedding and they exchanged cards for maybe 25 years until my mother could write no more. Lee continued to ask after her until she died four years ago. I will miss Lee's warmth, her caring, her love, forever. Irv and Nancy - thank you for bringing Lee and Alex into my life. With love, Anna

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Dina Nadelhaft

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December 23, 2021

We will miss dear Lee Leon in our building. Her cheery smile n o matter what was always uplifting.. She was very independent and we never heard her complain. She was always full of compliments. When asked how she was she'd always say "Hanging In There"> I will miss hugging her whenever I could. Lee was a real "MENSCH"! SHe will be missed. Artie and Dina Nadelhaft 140 West End Ave. NY 120023

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Annon

Posted on:
December 23, 2021

Our Sincere Condolences

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Martin Benjamin

Posted on:
December 22, 2021

I am Lee's nephew. My wife Ronna and I live in Oakland, CA and meet Lee for lunch or coffee whenever we visit our son and his family in NYC. This photo was taken two months ago when we met Lee at what she says was one of her and Alex's favorite restaurants, the Arte Cafe on W. 73rd St. She had walked there from her apartment. From time to time we would try to meet her whenever we were in NYC. She flew out to our daughter's wedding in Berkeley, CA in 1998. My family and Lee and Alex had a great lunch together in about 2005 when our son received his graduate degree from Columbia. My wife and I and our children will greatly miss her.

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