Audrey Matlovsky 1933 - 2017


Obituary of Audrey Matlovsky

Hastings on Hudson, NY — Audrey Matlovsky, a long-time resident of Hastings on Hudson, died Sunday the 4th of June at Calvary Hospital. Born in 1933 in Brooklyn, NY, Audrey was a housewife until her 3 sons were old enough to attend school on their own. She worked in several administrative positions, the longest of them was in a doctor’s office in the Bronx. Audrey met her deceased husband Jerome in the early 1950’s while both were ice skating at the Rockefeller Ice Skating rink in Manhattan. It was a passion for both of them which kindled a loving marriage of nearly 45 years. Audrey loved dogs, shopping (especially when she got a bargain) traveling and cruising the world, enjoyed going to movies and plays with friends, and had a fiercely independent mindset that was full of energy; she never stopped moving. She is survived by her 3 sons, Todd, Scott and Bruce as well as 5 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Memorial gifts may be made to the Humane Society of Westchester.

Funeral Service

11:30 am Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Weinstein Memorial Chapel, Inc.
1652 Central Park Avenue
Yonkers, New York, United States


1:00 pm Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Mount Moriah Cemetery
685 Fairview Avenue
Fairview, New Jersey, United States

Memorial Donations

Humane Society of Westchester 70 Portman Road New Rochelle, NY 10801 To make a donation, please click the link on the left.


  1. REPLY
    Shirley Chavez-Bergknoff says

    My sincere condolence to all of Audrey's family, whom she loved dearly.

    I will miss a dear friend too.

  2. REPLY
    Marie and LeRoy Hentz says


    We've had many a good times on our trips together.

    We will miss you.

    You will be in our prayers forever.

    Marie and LeRoy

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