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Bergen Funeral Service

7602 Rockaway Boulevard
Woodhaven, NY 11421
(718) 296-4089
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BREX and Vandersnow Inc

8734 80th Street
Woodhaven, NY 11421
(718) 296-1313
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Dorothy R. “Dot” Proudman, 101, virtually unbeatable in bridge - Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Monday, December 12, 2016

Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec., at the Williamsburg Presbyterian Church. Interment will be private.The family wishes to thank the staff at Woodhaven Assisted Living for their loving and capable care throughout Mrs. Proudman’s stay there. They request that contributions be made in Mrs. Proudman’s name to Dreamcatchers Therapeutic Riding Center, 10120 Fire Tower Road, Toano, VA 23168.Online condolences may be shared at www.bucktroutfuneralhome.net.

Mourners march for slain police officer Collin Rose in Detroit vigil - MLive.com

Monday, November 28, 2016

Woodbridge neighborhood Saturday night in a candlelight vigil for Rose, who died Wednesday of a gunshot wound."He exemplified what a good police officer should be," said Francis Zdamkiewicz, a Woodhaven police sergeant who knew Rose through Unity Tour, a group that travels the country honoring fallen police officers."... Collin is now one of those people that we will ride for." He said Rose was a champion of the cause."He was a great cop and a really great person and a friend that a lot of us are going to miss," Zdamkiewicz told the emotional crowd.Mourners took turns sharing memories of Rose, 29, who worked for the Village of Richland Police Department for a brief time before transferring to Detroit to become a Wayne State Police University police officer.Chief recalls officer shot in Detroit as 'All-American kid'He died a day after being shot in the head while stopping a man on a bicycle in an area near campus that has seen a spike in larcenies from vehicles.An intense manhunt ensued after the Tuesday, with residents of the city's Woodbridge neighborhood ordered to stay indoors while police scoured the area and helicopters hovered above.A suspect, 31-year-old DeAngelo Davis, was arrested around 10 p.m. He was charged with first-degree murder and murder of a police officer Friday.On Saturday morning, dozens of police departments around Michigan escorted Rose's ...

Fred Trump Taught His Son the Essentials of Showboating Self-Promotion - New York Times

Monday, August 15, 2016

Fred C. Trump, acting as a free and rugged individualist to meet the basic need for shelter.”Decades before his son splashed the family name across his first tower, his father christened a grocery in Woodhaven “Trump Market,” and his Coney Island housing complex “Trump Village.”“He was a good salesman,” Mr. Trump said in a recent interview in his Trump Tower office. “He had some beautiful ads. Don’t forget that was our internet.”Mr. Trump’s childhood friends have said they see in him his father’s intensity, but also a constant and often palpable need to please and impress the patriarch who ruled his family with a firm hand. Even today, Donald Trump seems to bathe in his father’s approval. A framed photo of Fred Trump faces him on his cluttered desk.Asked what his father, who died in 1999, would have thought about his run for president, Mr. Trump, 70, said, “He would have absolutely allowed me to have done it.”Born in 1905 to German immigrants who spoke mostly German at home, Fred Trump was already working as a butcher’s delivery boy at age 10. While studying at Richmond Hill High School, he held down part-time jobs and pumped his brainy younger brother, John, who later went on to teach at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, for summaries of assigned reading.“Daddy was interested in the reading of the books,” said John Trump’s daughter, Karen Ingraham. “Uncle Fred was more of the doer.”Before he turned 21, Fred Trump and his mother, Elizabeth, started the construction company E. Trump & Sons, so named because only she was old enough to sign the checks. The business took off.At age 28, he won the mortgage service business of a troubled German bank, and by 1938 was bragging in the papers about the “throngs visiting” his developments in Brooklyn. That year, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle referred to him first as a prominent Long Island builder, then as the “Henry Ford of the home-building industry.” His ego grew accordingly.He took pride in his intellectual abilities, daring people to stump him with enormous numbers to calculate. “He wanted to show that he could add them in his head,” said Barbara Giffuni, a daughter-in-law of Joseph Giffuni, another builder and one of Fred Trump’s good friends.But Fred Trump owed at least as much to federal housing programs, political connections and an influx of immigrants and veterans as he did to his brainpower.Almost as soon as President Franklin D. Roosevelt created the Federal Housing Administration in the 1930s, Mr. Trump eagerly sought to make use of its loan subsidies. “The working classes have been fully awakened as to the benefits of homeownership under the F.H.A. 25-year mortgage plan,” he said at the time.To really get their attention, he attached price tags like $3,999.99. “One pe...

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Dorothy R. “Dot” Proudman, 101, virtually unbeatable in bridge - Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Monday, December 12, 2016

Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec., at the Williamsburg Presbyterian Church. Interment will be private.The family wishes to thank the staff at Woodhaven Assisted Living for their loving and capable care throughout Mrs. Proudman’s stay there. They request that contributions be made in Mrs. Proudman’s name to Dreamcatchers Therapeutic Riding Center, 10120 Fire Tower Road, Toano, VA 23168.Online condolences may be shared at www.bucktroutfuneralhome.net.

Mourners march for slain police officer Collin Rose in Detroit vigil - MLive.com

Monday, November 28, 2016

Woodbridge neighborhood Saturday night in a candlelight vigil for Rose, who died Wednesday of a gunshot wound."He exemplified what a good police officer should be," said Francis Zdamkiewicz, a Woodhaven police sergeant who knew Rose through Unity Tour, a group that travels the country honoring fallen police officers."... Collin is now one of those people that we will ride for." He said Rose was a champion of the cause."He was a great cop and a really great person and a friend that a lot of us are going to miss," Zdamkiewicz told the emotional crowd.Mourners took turns sharing memories of Rose, 29, who worked for the Village of Richland Police Department for a brief time before transferring to Detroit to become a Wayne State Police University police officer.Chief recalls officer shot in Detroit as 'All-American kid'He died a day after being shot in the head while stopping a man on a bicycle in an area near campus that has seen a spike in larcenies from vehicles.An intense manhunt ensued after the Tuesday, with residents of the city's Woodbridge neighborhood ordered to stay indoors while police scoured the area and helicopters hovered above.A suspect, 31-year-old DeAngelo Davis, was arrested around 10 p.m. He was charged with first-degree murder and murder of a police officer Friday.On Saturday morning, dozens of police departments around Michigan escorted Rose's ...

Fred Trump Taught His Son the Essentials of Showboating Self-Promotion - New York Times

Monday, August 15, 2016

Fred C. Trump, acting as a free and rugged individualist to meet the basic need for shelter.”Decades before his son splashed the family name across his first tower, his father christened a grocery in Woodhaven “Trump Market,” and his Coney Island housing complex “Trump Village.”“He was a good salesman,” Mr. Trump said in a recent interview in his Trump Tower office. “He had some beautiful ads. Don’t forget that was our internet.”Mr. Trump’s childhood friends have said they see in him his father’s intensity, but also a constant and often palpable need to please and impress the patriarch who ruled his family with a firm hand. Even today, Donald Trump seems to bathe in his father’s approval. A framed photo of Fred Trump faces him on his cluttered desk.Asked what his father, who died in 1999, would have thought about his run for president, Mr. Trump, 70, said, “He would have absolutely allowed me to have done it.”Born in 1905 to German immigrants who spoke mostly German at home, Fred Trump was already working as a butcher’s delivery boy at age 10. While studying at Richmond Hill High School, he held down part-time jobs and pumped his brainy younger brother, John, who later went on to teach at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, for summaries of assigned reading.“Daddy was interested in the reading of the books,” said John Trump’s daughter, Karen Ingraham. “Uncle Fred was more of the doer.”Before he turned 21, Fred Trump and his mother, Elizabeth, started the construction company E. Trump & Sons, so named because only she was old enough to sign the checks. The business took off.At age 28, he won the mortgage service business of a troubled German bank, and by 1938 was bragging in the papers about the “throngs visiting” his developments in Brooklyn. That year, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle referred to him first as a prominent Long Island builder, then as the “Henry Ford of the home-building industry.” His ego grew accordingly.He took pride in his intellectual abilities, daring people to stump him with enormous numbers to calculate. “He wanted to show that he could add them in his head,” said Barbara Giffuni, a daughter-in-law of Joseph Giffuni, another builder and one of Fred Trump’s good friends.But Fred Trump owed at least as much to federal housing programs, political connections and an influx of immigrants and veterans as he did to his brainpower.Almost as soon as President Franklin D. Roosevelt created the Federal Housing Administration in the 1930s, Mr. Trump eagerly sought to make use of its loan subsidies. “The working classes have been fully awakened as to the benefits of homeownership under the F.H.A. 25-year mortgage plan,” he said at the time.To really get their attention, he attached price tags like $3,999.99. “One pe...