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Kunjali Shah

- April 30, 2024
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Kunjali Shah, a passionate voting rights advocate and traveler, passed away peacefully in her home on April 30, 2024 at the age of 51. Born on May 31, 1972, to Pallavi Shah born in Bombay (now Mumbai) and Sanu Shah (of Nepal) , Kunjali was a longtime resident of New York City. Educated at the Chapin School in New York, Kunjali’s early love for culture and societies flourished. Her academic jour

John F. Rogers

October 23, 1931 - April 29, 2024
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Guy Rogers Mokolo

March 16, 1965 - April 20, 2024
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Guy Rogers Mokolo, age 59, a former employee of the NYC Human Resource Administration, passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 20, 2024, in Manhattan, New York. Guy Rogers was born in Ovan, Gabon on March 16, 1965, and was the son of Francois Sime Nang and Martine Nyngone. Guy was a remarkable athlete in his younger years. He achieved the prestigious gold medal in the African Karate Champion

Patricia Marie Thomas

- April 19, 2024
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Sandy Boohjawan

November 5, 1963 - April 10, 2024
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Yvonne Gonzalez

July 25, 1932 - March 31, 2024
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Bernadette McGuire

November 6, 1936 - March 31, 2024
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Nora Gardner

February 11, 1949 - March 24, 2024
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Lijuan (“Lily”) Zhou

- March 23, 2024
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In Loving Memory of Lijuan (“Lily”) Zhou Lijuan (“Lily”) was a dedicated pediatrician and the former captain of her medical school's basketball team passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Saturday, March 23, 2024. She was known as someone who had a life-long dream of a white-coated angel as a physician. Lily was the epitome of determination and the apple of her parents' eyes. From

Lorraine Anne Lutz

September 6, 1933 - March 22, 2024
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Lorraine Lutz, 90, passed away peacefully at home in her New York City apartment, surrounded by loving family. She had Parkinson’s in her later years. Born in Philadelphia, her family moved to Washington, DC when she was an infant. She was the eldest of 5 children, followed by Glenn, Martha, Gerard, and Andrew, who was born when she was 17. Her father was the first cellist in the National S