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Mya Lin TerryAGE: 10 Oakhurst”Budded here on earth to bloom in heaven” Mya Lin Terry, 10, of Oakhurst, passed away after a 5 year battle with cancer at

in Memphis, TN on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. Mya was a 5th grade student at the Township of Ocean Intermediate School. uggs on sale Within her 10 years, Mya was able to impact hundreds, if not thousands of others, with her positive approach to living life and her strong and willful intent to always help others. Some of her legacy efforts include performing as a St. Jude Spokesperson at their Thanks and Giving Campaign Editor’s Conference in New York, NY; St. Mya enjoyed being part of the Girl Scout Troup 100, Swimming, Playing Soccer, all things technical like her Iphone, Ipad and Movie Creating, Crafting, Cooking, Gardening and Riding Her Bike. Mya received uggs on sale the Kohl’s Cares Awards: Store Winner and Regional Winner in 2012. Her Philanthropic activities include: Mya’s Mommy Bags, Bone Marrow Swabbing Drives; annual Blood Donation Drives and and the Mya Sent Me Pay It Forward/Random Act of Kindness Movement. Mya aspired to attend Cul uggs on sale inary School and Open a Restaurant, to become an Oncology Nurse and a Veterinary Volunteer. She is our inspiration for the lyrics “Hall of Fame.”Our beloved Daughter, Friend and Warrior Princess, Mya, is survived by her parents, Kelly L. (Irvin) Terry of Oakhurst, and Michael R. Terry of Bradley Beach; her brother, Michael L. Terry of Oakhurst; her maternal grandparents, Bevin G. Irvin and Patricia A. (McAleer) Irvin of Oakhurst; her paternal grandparents, Edwin B. Terry III and Linda Terry of Palm Coast, FL; her aunt, Kasey L. (Irvin) Pickett; her uncle, Kenneth L. Pickett Jr.; her cousins, Alexis R. Pickett and Kenneth S. Pickett, all of Oakhurst; her uncle, Thomas J. Terry and cousin, Ian T. Terry of Springfield, MA; her uncle, Edwin B. Terry IV and cousins, Edwin B. Terry V and Blayke M. Sunday, April 14, 2013 at the Francioni, Taylor and Lopez Funeral Home, 1200 10th Ave., Neptune. M uggs on sale onday, April 15, 2013 at the Atonement Lutheran Church on First Avenue in Asbury for her memorial service. Cremation will be private. For those who desire, memorial contributions in memory of Mya may be made to

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LENDER, MURRAY, a bagel baker, food executive and philanthropist, who helped bring the Bagel to kitchens across the nation, died yesterday at the age of 81. Along with his two brothers, Marvin and Sam, Murray turned the dream of bagelizing America into a reality through the process of freezing the bagel, which the family pioneered in the early sixties. He was born into the family business, which his father started in 1927 upon his arrival from Poland. Murray began counting bagels in their backyard bakery before he was eleven. By the time he finished high school he had learned all about bakery production and delivery. Army Military Police Corp, and entered the family business, which was still in their backyard garage, on a full time basis in 1955. Being specifically responsible for marketing and sales for Lender’s, Murray had to make the most of a non existent budget. He was a food marketing innovator and he took what was formerly onl uggs on sale y an ethnic product and made it a national staple, available to all. In 1963, Lender’s introduced a branded retail pack of frozen bagels and the bagel boom was on. Murray saw frozen foods, which was a new category of products, as an opportunity for greater distribution and expanding the market to new users. He popularized “cross promotions” as he partnered with many of the day’s popular breakfast staples. In exchange for advertising on their bags, Lender’s could be seen on a range of products from Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Parkay, Welches, Smucker’s, and Minute Maid. Free publicity was also a key to their success. Murray could be seen presenting a life sized bagel on the Tonight Show to Johnny Carson, or on Capitol Hill presenting Tip O’Neill with a giant green bagel on St. Patrick’s Day. As the company grew, so did their advertising budget, and it was TV campaigns that helped spread the word. Whether in animated form, or live, lying on the bread shel uggs on sale f in the supermarket, there wasn’t much that Murray wouldn’t do to sell his product. Lender’s Bagels was sold to Kraft food in 1985, but Murray remained with the company to continue his work as spokesman. Murray was forever passionate about the concept of frozen foods and became involved in all associations directed at strengthening its image. He was Chairman of the National Frozen Food Association (NFFA), as well as the chairman of the 50th Anniversary of Frozen Foods, a national promotion staged in 1980. He pioneered and co chaired the first National Frozen Food Month in March of 1984, an industry wide month of promotional retail and foodservice activity among frozen food manufacturers. Murray would never go a day dressed without a penguin the frozen food marketing symbol whether it be a tie, a pin, socks or a hat. He was recognized by this industry with numerous awards throughout his lifetime. In more recent years, Murray has directed his focus toward philanthropic work, and his energy and creative thinking have has a major impact on anything he undertook, particularly in his hometown uggs on sale of New Haven. Active in both the local Jewish community, as well as his Alma Mater, Quinnipiac University, Murray’s influence can be seen throughout the city, which has recognized him with a school playground in his name, the ADL Torch of Liberty Award, and an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Quinnipiac University , to name a few. He currently resides in Ave uggs on sale ntura, Florida, formerly of Woodbridge, Connecticut. Murray was preceded in death by his parents, Harry and Rose Lender, his two sisters, Anna and Helen, and his two brothers Hymen and Samuel. Murray is survived by his wife, Gilda Winnick Lender of Aventura; daughter son in law Haris Lender Evan Cohn, St. Petersburg, FL; son Carl Lender, Sunrise, FL; son Jay Lender, Los Angeles, CA; eight grandchildren, one brother, Marvin Lender, Naples, FL; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Congregation B’Nai Jacob in Woodbridge CT Sunday, March 25th at 2:00 PM. A period of mourning will be observed at 7 Country Club Drive Woodbridge CT on Monday and Tuesday between 1 PM and 4 PM and Monday and Tuesday between 6:30 and 8:30 PM. The Family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven, Quinnipiac University, The