10 March , 1939 – 20 July , 2019
Arnold Winick, 80, of Livingston, NJ, passed away on Saturday, July 20, 2019. He is survived by his wife of over 50 years, Sandy Winick, his children Michael (Sharon) and Steven (Ilysa) Winick and his grandchildren, Melanie, Stephanie, Zoe, Benjamin and Ryan Winick.
He was a graduate of Columbia High School and New York University. He recently retired as a CPA, having been an accountant his entire career. He was a longtime member of Crestmont County Club as well as Temple B'nai Abraham.
He was a devoted NY Yankees fan having just celebrated his 80th birthday with his family at Spring Training in Tampa.
Memorial contributions can be made to a charity of your choice.
- Funeral Service Tuesday, 23 July , 2019
- Burial Tuesday, 23 July , 2019
alisa and andrew schwartz
24 July 2019
Dear Sandy and Family,
Andrew and I are so sorry to learn about Arnold's passing. Not only was he our accountant for so many years, he was also our friend.
Our sincere condolensces,
23 July 2019
From Levine, Jacobs & Company --
It is with great sadness that Levine, Jacobs & Company, LLC, announces the passing of our colleague and friend, Arnold Winick. We send our heartfelt condolences to his wife Sandy, his sons Steven and Michael, and their families.
Arnold joined Levine, Jacobs in 2005 and provided accounting services and business consulting to family owned businesses for most of his career. Arnold was a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA), and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA). He was a former member of the prestigious NYU Tax Study Group. A long time member of Crestmont Country Club, Arnold served on its Board of Governors and as the Club’s Treasurer. He was a member of Temple B’nai Abraham and served as Treasurer of its Men’s Club for ten consecutive years.
Arnold earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from New York University (NYU).
While we are saddened by his loss, we admired the way he lived his life to the fullest. Arnold traveled extensively all over the world, enjoyed the theater, and had a passion for fine food and wine. He was also a die-hard Yankees fan! Arnold had a generous spirit of participation, always attending and sometimes hosting office events. He will be greatly missed by all.
May his family find peace and comfort in the days that lie ahead.
22 July 2019
Good guy. We were in the same club at Columbia High School---badly named "The Daredevils."
He was known by his nickname, Ozzie. Big guy; gentle as can be. Always had a big smile for all. Had the pleasure of seeing him for a few minutes about ten years ago when he dropped off tax returns prepared by his firm to me at our winter residence in Boynton Beach, Florida. Same great smile.
22 July 2019
ARNOLD WAS A KIND AND GENTLE MAN> MAY HE REST IN PEACE!!!