Albertina “Tina” Warren

DATELINE: EAST GREENWICH Albertina “Tina” Warren, a long-time resident of East Greenwich, RI, passed away peacefully at home on Monday, February 10, 2020 at the age of 67. She was the beloved wife of Jerald Warren for 39 years. Tina, daughter of the late Richard and Esther (Hakim) Lansberg, was born in Sarafan, Israel and moved to Boston as a young child. She graduated with a teaching degree from Framingham State College and worked as a preschool teacher for over 13 years. She was the devoted mother of Rachel Teti and her husband John. Loving sister of Sonia Lansberg of Fullerton, CA and Helene Rudowsky of Hampton Falls, NH. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Tina, a poetry author, truly lived life to the fullest through simple...

Paissy David Chernov

DATELINE: CANTON, MA Paissy David Chernov, 89, died Saturday, February 8, 2020 at Orchard Cove Hebrew Senior Life in Canton, MA. He was the beloved husband of Leah Belle (Korn) Chernov for 66 years. Born in Providence, a son of the late Paul and Rose Chernov, he had previously lived in Massachusetts, Washington, D.C., and Sarasota, Florida. Dave attended Brown University and Harvard Law School. After graduation, he served in the U.S. Army, and upon discharge obtained a Master’s degree in tax at NYU School of Law. He was a partner in National Tax at EY, formerly known as Ernst and Young, and retired in 1990. He was the devoted father of Claudia Chernov and her husband, Joshua Hanft, of New York, NY, Joel Chernov and his wife, Deborah Skakel, of New York, NY, and...

Edward B. Weinstein

DATELINE: WARWICK, RI Weinstein, Edward B., 93, died Friday, January 31, 2020 at Kent Hospital, Warwick, RI. He was the beloved husband of Frances Weinstein for 70 years. A native of Babylon, NY, he was a son of the late Mike and Frances Weinstein. He resided in Warwick, RI since 2013. The retired proprietor of Harwein Feed & Fuel. Ed was active in the Babylon Lions Club, serving in various leadership positions including president. His service to others was recognized with a Melvin Jones Fellowship Award, Lions International’s highest honor. He served the Lions Eye Bank of Long Island for many years, delivering over 250 corneas. Ed was an avid sailor and gardener, known for his love of cherry tomatoes and dahlias. He was a proponent of solar energy and...