In Memory

Judith Miller (Newman)

Judith Miller (Newman)

Judith D. Newman (1943 - 2016)
Judith D. Newman of Pomona, New York died at the age of 72.
Judi is survived by her husband of 52 years, Lawrence, her children, Steven and Randi Newman, Andrea and Steven Kronethal, grandchildren, Tyler, Brandon, Emily and Jake and her brothers Richard Miller and Edward Miller.
Judi was born September 29, 1943 to Gertrude and Samuel Miller in Bronx, NY. She graduated from Hunter College and went on to a teaching career in elementary education. She later became a reading specialist and continued her career as an administrator, becoming Assistant Principal and then Principal of North Garnerville Elementary School. Judi enjoyed retirement by traveling and spending her time with family and friends. 
A funeral is scheduled for Thursday, September 15th at 1pm Robert Schoem's Memorial Chapel in Paramus, NJ. Shiva will be observed at The Newman residence through Monday

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10/22/16 08:46 AM #1    

Jay Becker

I am so sorry to hear of Judy's passing.  We gew up on the same street, and I used to play ball with her brother.  Judy had a good sense of humor, and was easy to talk to.  My sympathies to Larry and the family, and hope that the family experiences healing.

10/22/16 09:04 AM #2    

Lucille Minichello (Browne)

I will never forget Judith's  smile, gentlenss and kindess.  I am so saddend to hear this news.. Our lives are better because we know her.

10/22/16 11:00 AM #3    

Steve Chesterson

Judi was a good friend - a warm lovely, beautiful, human being who will be greatly missed. 

10/23/16 08:23 AM #4    

Stuart Greenberg

I was sorry to hear about Judy's passing. She was a cherished friend in high school

10/23/16 12:54 PM #5    

Gail Morden (Brooks)

So sad to hear of Judi"s passing. I still remember her from Parkchester days, cheerleading and starting to date Larry. Sincerest condolences to Larry and family. Judi surely died too soon.


10/24/16 02:22 PM #6    

Alan Glatman

I was shocked to hear about Judy's passing. We all grew up in Parkchester ,I was very good friends with all the Newman's. My heart goes out to Larry and the family  Alan Glatman


10/24/16 04:09 PM #7    

Eileen Brown

judi and i were on the cheerleading team together. i was never a big fan of cheerleading, but we were  buddied up, and one day for the shear joy of it............i tripped her up........that was the end of my days as a cheeleader.she was a good friend and fun to be with. i remember larry quite well and hung out with his brothers.

i feel so sad. it never occured to me that she would become a memory rather than a tangible human being that i could connect up with love to all of those who loved her as well eileen brown

10/24/16 04:23 PM #8    

Ronnie Rubenfeld (Wiederlight)

I was so shocked to learn of Judy's passing.   We were cheerleaders together at Monroe and she always had a smile, was always so funny and confident.   I saw her last at the 50th reunion where we took pictures with the other cheerleaders, exchanged stories of our lives after high school and spoke of kids and grandkids.  Our deepest condolences to Larry and their family on this tragic loss.   Gone way too soon!

Ronnie (Rubenfeld) Wiederight and Mike Wiederlight

10/24/16 05:21 PM #9    

Sandy Morganstein

So great to hear of Judi's successful career.  So sorry not to have stayed in touch all these years.  Most heartfelt condolences to her family.


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