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Allen Moserowitz

February 17, 1945 – May 8, 2022

SERVICE DETAILS

Waters of Babylon Chapel

Date: May 15, 2022 Time: 3:30 PM

CEMETERY DETAILS

Private

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Larry Moserowitz
4 months ago

WE ARE BROTHERS
ALLEN IS MY BROTHER
I AM HIS BROTHER
WE ARE 12 YEARS APART
WE FOLLOWED THE LIFE PATH AND TRAIL SIMILARLY
WE BOTH ATTENDED CITY COLLEGE NY
WE BOTH GRADUATED AS ENGINEERS
WE BOTH DID NOT SMOKE,DRINK OR CARRY ON
WE DID NOT GET INTO FIGHTS
WE PLAYED LOTS OF TENNIS TOGETHER
WE DROVE MOTORCYCLES, SPORTS CARS
WE MOVED TO L.I.
WE BOTH MET AND MARRIED THE WOMEN OF OUR LIVES,
ABBY AND MARLENE,
WE BOTH LOVED TOOLS AND MADE THINGS
WE BELIEVED IN AMERICAN VALUES
THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND
THE CONSTITUTION
WE ARE TRUE BROTHERS
I HOPE THE GUY IN HEAVEN
TREATS YOU BETTER IN HEAVEN
THAN HE DID ON EARTH.
I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU.
LOVE, LARRY

WE WILL ALWAYS BE BROTHERS.

Lynne Roberts
4 months ago

Allen is my brother.
He is 7 years older than me.
We grew up together in Bay Terrace Queens. We shared many happy times together. Dad and Mom took us on many trips. We drove to Miami, Fl and returned in 1 week every Dec during school break.
Summers were spent in the Catskills or Atlantic City.
When our parents went out he babysat and allowed me to stay up with him and watch TV.
Allen had the greatest toys, games and comics which I embraced as my own;
amazing pinball and Mad, Crazy, Cracked and Frenzy . He knew I was rummaging through his things and looked the other way. I always put things back as they were.
These little things showed his kindness and caring which he gave freely to our mother her entire life.
We were different people and as we aged we grew apart but the times spent together are indelible in my mind.
We will always be together as he is a part of me and me of him.
MAY YOU REST AND BE AT PEACE.
Love Lynne

Hopefully this gets into the memorial for Allen Moseowitz

Cheryl Moserowitz
4 months ago

Uncle Allen,
I’ve struggled to find the right words to write. You were a simple man, you worked, took care of Aunt Abby & family, & always was there to support us all. I remember growing up in New York & you were there at every occasion, holidays, & birthdays. There’s not one time I can remember you not being there for me & our family. Unfortunately, since we moved to Florida it’s been quite some time since we’ve seen you in person. Through distance the love was always still there. I’m glad that you’re no longer in pain or struggling, but sad that you had to go.. You will forever be missed. I love you always & forever, your niece, Cheryl. Xoxo