Norman Nathan Quain

Norman Nathan Quain 1923 - 2016

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Obituary of Norman Quain

Quain, Norman Nathan, 93, of Yonkers, and World War II veteran hero, passed away peacefully on August 4, 2016 at Calvary Hospital. He was a corporal in the Army during WWII, serving in North Africa and Italy. After the war, he owned commercial laundromats and newsstands throughout New York City. He was an avid poker player and Yankees fan, as well as a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He is survived by his wife, Helen Cohen Quain, three sons, Mitchell (Sharon), Larry and Marty, grandchildren Samuel Quain, Rhonda Klein (Gentry), Jacob Quain (Laura), Michelle Quain, and Kellie Quain, as well as four great grandchildren, Lucas, Tyler, Cameron, and Isla Klein. He is predeceased by his parents, Mark & Rose Quain, and siblings, Arlene Holzman (Irving) and Gladys Stern.

Funeral will be held on Sunday, August 7, 2016 at Weinstein Memorial Chapel in Yonkers, NY at 10am, followed by interment at Sharon Gardens in Valhalla, NY. The family will be sitting shiva at their home on the afternoons of August 7 and 8. Contributions in Norman’s memory may be made to the Phelps Memorial Hospital in Sleepy Hollow, NY.

Funeral Service

10:00 am Sunday, August 7, 2016
Weinstein Memorial Chapel, Inc.
1652 Central Park Avenue
Yonkers, New York, United States
10710

Rabbi Daniel Pernick

Interment

11:30 am Sunday, August 7, 2016
Sharon Gardens Cemetery
273 Lakeview Avenue
Valhalla, New York, United States
10595

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