Wayne Mirsky

Profile Updated: August 3, 2009
Residing In: new york, NY USA
Spouse/Partner: Charmi Mirsky
Occupation: Attorney
Children/Grandchildren: @ married Daughters, Brett and Kim and 3 grandchildren, Wyatt (7), Casey (4), Jack ( 5 months)
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Sep 07, 2019 at 6:55 AM

Posted on: Sep 02, 2019 at 9:35 PM

Linda, we all share your loss of your beloved husband Dave. You two were indeed a special couple

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Aug 28, 2019 at 4:34 AM

It was with great sadness when Barrie Silver called me yesterday to tell me of Joan's death. In life you meet people who are both  beatiful on the outside and beautiful on the inside. Joan was one of those special people. I had a school boy crush on her in high school but never had the self esteem to approach her. I got to know Joan much better after our 3oth reunion and we chatted frequently about our lives. and our families.  We lunched a few  times and I was still awed by her beauty, but more importantly how kind and decent a person  she was. I had virtually no contact with her for several years but will always remember her. RIP Joan , you will be missed by friends and especially by family. 

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Dec 03, 2014 at 4:33 AM

Without getting too maudlin and quoting Marc Antony's speech about Brutus being the , ": noblest Roman of them all", David was one of the kindest, most caring and gentlest people I have ever known.

I was not friendly with David in high school but our friendship bloomed when we were planning our 30th Reunion. I remember at the reunion , David spent a great part of the evening with Bonnie Banks who had come in a wheelchair to make sure that she had a memorable evening.

During the college basketball season, David being a big Georgetown fan and me a big Duke fan, we spoke at least 3 or 4 times a week and always after a Georgetown or Duke game. When Duke won their 3 national titles, the first call I got was from David congratulating me on their wins; why I was being congragulated was beyond me as I had.a zero impact on their victories. David had season tickets to Georgetown and I travelled to DC to sit with him on numerous occaision followed by dinner. When I was filling out my NCAA brackets, David was the first person I called for help.

What a lot of you do not know was that David completed 3 years of medical school at I believe GW, but for personal reasons had to drop out and never returned. If you had any illness or surgey, David would be calling almost every day to check up on you.

I am saddened by his death but he is in a better place now as he was suffering so much in the past several years. I am grateful to have know him and proud to have called him a friend. Rest In Peace my good buddy.

 

 

 

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