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GARMAINE PITCHON, 90, of Clearwater, died Jan. 29. Born in Salonika, Greece, she was a longtime member of Congregation Beth Shalom in Clearwater. A Holocaust survivor, she was the author of the 2016 book, Undaunted: The Tiger of Auschwitz. (David C. Gross Funeral Homes, Clearwater Chapel)

SIDNEY ROSEN, 89, died Feb. 4. Born in Newark, NJ, he worked for many years as a school educator. (David C. Gross Funeral Homes, Clearwater Chapel)

STACI SACHS, 45, of Clearwater, died Jan. 23. Previously from Providence, RI, she moved to the area in 1979. A graduate of the University of Florida, she was a certified paralegal, active in politics, her cancer survivors group at Mease Hospital and also at Camp Living Springs. Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law Morgan and Stephen Green, Riverview; parents, Paul and Elaine Sachs, Clearwater; sister Kyli Sachs. The family suggests memorials to Suncoast Hospice. (Curlew Hills Memory Gardens)

HERBERT SOLOMON, 91, died Feb. 1. Born in Pittsburgh, he was a United States Navy veteran. A newspaper publisher for many years, he was founder and publisher of South Nassau and Queens Pennysaver for more than 30 years, and gave generously to many cultural institutions. Survivors include his wife Helene; children Laura Solomon and Fran Wiggins, son-in-law Ken; and one grandson. (David C. Gross Funeral Homes, St. Petersburg Chapel)

PETER SUDARSKY, 88, of New York, NY, died Jan. 27. He recently moved to the area. Born in Hartford, CT, he attended the Forman School in Litchfield and then University of Connecticut, where he wrote songs for musical theater and the football team. A United States Navy veteran of the Korean War, he was stationed in Guantanamo. He was a reporter for the Hartford Courant and then entered the corporate world at the Superior Steel Ball Company and later Lydall, Inc. where he served on the board of directors. He also served on the board of the Hartford Ballet. After directing his first film A Child is a Wild Young Thing, he moved to New York to pursue real estate and vaccine development, swimsuit design and ping-pong. Survivors include his wife Roseanne DeMarco Sudarsky; his children: Julie Sudarsky and Marty Gross, Long Beach, NY, Dr. Laura Sudarsky and Cory Belschner, Fort Lauderdale, Dr. Jennifer Sudarsky, Los Angeles, CA, Noah Sudarsky and Lily Alexander, Berkeley, CA; and six grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the Forman School or to Elizabeth Park Conservancy in West Hartford. (David C. Gross Funeral Homes, Clearwater Chapel)

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