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Millennial Renaissance Imagery
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Linda Ann Bernstein
13 March 1958 - 16 September 2004
The Unveiling of a Monument In Memory Of
Linda Ann Bernstein

 will take place on
Sunday, September 25th, 2005  at 2 p.m., rain or shine

Steven Bernstein
18 May 2005
(directions below)

Linda Ann Bernstein, passed away peacefully Thursday night, 16 September 2004, at her home in Long Island City. Her companion, Roman Tyczkowskyj, was by her side as she passed, as was I (her baby brother). Linda's intense battle with cancer, as well as her suffering, is now over. The Bernstein Memorial Fund has been arranged to allow for directed donations to HSS, the Hospital For Special Surgery, who compassionately cared for Linda this year as well as for my father, Fred Bernstein, back in 2000.

As well, since I initially set up this website with Linda many years ago, I will now use it to share some of her finest artwork with her friends and family throughout the world.

We will miss Linda dearly.

Steven Bernstein
29 October 2004

(photographic portrait by Roman T., 27 June 2004, on the docks of the East River in Long Island City, New York)
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Directions to Baron Hirsch Cemetery in Staten Island, New York:

From New York City: Battery Tunnel onto Belt Parkway. Follow signs for Verrazano Bridge.  Travel 278 West to Exit 7, Richmond Avenue,
turn left for Baron Hirsch. 

From Brooklyn: Verrazano Bridge to Staten Island Expressway. I-278 West to Exit 7, Richmond Avenue, turn left for Baron Hirsch.

From Bronx: West Side Highway or FDR Drive to Battery Tunnel.  Follow same directions as from New York City.

From Queens: Long Island Expressway west to Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to Verrazano Bridge and then follow directions from
Brooklyn to Baron Hirsch.

At Cemetery - From Richmond Avenue, turn left at the Third entrance (labeled 3).
Plot 62 [Abraham and Anna Bernstein] is about 200 yards on the right.

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