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Ascension Cemetery

650 Saddle River Road
Monsey, NY 10952
(845) 352-7220
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Chevra of Rockland County

127 Route 59
Monsey, NY 10952
(845) 356-3660
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Television|Steven Hill, Who Starred on 'Law & Order' and 'Mission: Impossible,' Dies at 94 - New York Times

Monday, August 29, 2016

Mission: Impossible” in the 1960s and “Law & Order” in the 1990s, died on Tuesday in Manhattan. He was 94.His daughter Sarah Gobioff confirmed his death. He lived in Monsey, N.Y., a hamlet in Rockland County.Mr. Hill was 44 and a veteran stage and television actor in 1966 when he was cast as Daniel Briggs, the leader of an elite covert-operations unit, in the new series “Mission: Impossible.” But he left after the first season, paving the way for Peter Graves’s six-season run as the show’s lead.Even decades later, Mr. Hill declined to discuss his reasons for leaving the series, other than to say that the first season had been a bad experience. Other sources, including Patrick J. White, author of a book on the series, “The Complete Mission: Impossible Dossier,” said Mr. Hill was dismissed and learned the news only when he read a Daily Variety announcement that Mr. Graves was being hired.According to Mr. White, Mr. Hill had developed a reputation for being difficult. His refusal to work late on Fridays, because of his observance of the Jewish sabbath, was also reported to be a problem. In Mr. White’s book, Mr. Hill’s co-star Martin Landau is quoted as saying, “I felt he was digging his own grave.”Almost a quarter-century after that...

Elderly Woman's Funeral Had No Attendees So 30 Strangers Came To Pay Their Respects - Breitbart News

Monday, August 22, 2016

During her younger years, Stein had been a musician and teacher at the Juilliard School.According to Gwen Curry, an assistant administrator and case manager at the New Monsey Park assisted living facility, Stein had loved ones who would have attended her funeral but they were unaware she had passed away.Ora Weinbach told the Journal News that she was profoundly affected by the fact that “all the people who showed up took time out of their day.”“I did nothing. I literally just wrote a Facebook post,” she said. “The people who came out in the middle of a random day, those are the people who did a lot. It was amazing.”...

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Television|Steven Hill, Who Starred on 'Law & Order' and 'Mission: Impossible,' Dies at 94 - New York Times

Monday, August 29, 2016

Mission: Impossible” in the 1960s and “Law & Order” in the 1990s, died on Tuesday in Manhattan. He was 94.His daughter Sarah Gobioff confirmed his death. He lived in Monsey, N.Y., a hamlet in Rockland County.Mr. Hill was 44 and a veteran stage and television actor in 1966 when he was cast as Daniel Briggs, the leader of an elite covert-operations unit, in the new series “Mission: Impossible.” But he left after the first season, paving the way for Peter Graves’s six-season run as the show’s lead.Even decades later, Mr. Hill declined to discuss his reasons for leaving the series, other than to say that the first season had been a bad experience. Other sources, including Patrick J. White, author of a book on the series, “The Complete Mission: Impossible Dossier,” said Mr. Hill was dismissed and learned the news only when he read a Daily Variety announcement that Mr. Graves was being hired.According to Mr. White, Mr. Hill had developed a reputation for being difficult. His refusal to work late on Fridays, because of his observance of the Jewish sabbath, was also reported to be a problem. In Mr. White’s book, Mr. Hill’s co-star Martin Landau is quoted as saying, “I felt he was digging his own grave.”Almost a quarter-century after that...

Elderly Woman's Funeral Had No Attendees So 30 Strangers Came To Pay Their Respects - Breitbart News

Monday, August 22, 2016

During her younger years, Stein had been a musician and teacher at the Juilliard School.According to Gwen Curry, an assistant administrator and case manager at the New Monsey Park assisted living facility, Stein had loved ones who would have attended her funeral but they were unaware she had passed away.Ora Weinbach told the Journal News that she was profoundly affected by the fact that “all the people who showed up took time out of their day.”“I did nothing. I literally just wrote a Facebook post,” she said. “The people who came out in the middle of a random day, those are the people who did a lot. It was amazing.”...