Esperanza “Pat” Paxinos (née Miguel), loving wife, mother, and grandmother, passed on Monday, Sept. 7, at age 87.
Former Hastings resident Beverly Pertsch Smith died peacefully on June 28, at age 91, in Norwalk (Conn.) Hospital, after a short illness. She lived at BrightView on New Canaan, an assisted living community in Norwalk.
Cecelia Marie (Battisti) Kingston of East Windsor, Conn. formerly of Hastings, passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 21, at age 90, with her loving daughters Paula, Sheila, and Toniann by her side.
Tom Low of Ardsley-on-Hudson passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May 13, in Kent, Conn., surrounded by family. He was 78. He was known for his sharp mind, deep-rooted integrity, unrelenting optimism, and treating people with fairness.
Marguerite Richards Peyser of Irvington spent much of her adult life gazing at the Hudson River, studying it, sketching it, and painting it in watercolors, pastels, and oils. She was captivated by the myriad and varied colors of the water and sky as the seasons changed and the clouds shifte…
Longtime Hastings resident Mark Selemon, 61, passed away at his home on Thursday, March 12 — three weeks after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He is survived by his wife, Alyssa Winter, and two children, Nico and Olivia Selemon.
Stanley Wexler of Dobbs Ferry passed away peacefully at home on Monday, April 27, at age 72, after bravely fighting and then succumbing to brain cancer. A caring and generous spirit, Stanley brought honesty, love, and a joie de vivre to everything he did and to those who knew him.
William J. Hone of Irvington died peacefully last Friday, May 1, at age 78, from complications of lung disease. He will be remembered for his kindness, humor, generosity, and smile with a twinkle and a little sense of devilment.
Renata Diringer Maas of Hastings passed away at age 87 on Wednesday, April 8. For the past six months Renata had been undergoing treatment for acute myeloid leukemia, until she succumbed to Covid-19.