OBITUARY

Jerry Mark Dorfman

August 12, 1957May 11, 2018
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Jerry Mark Dorfman , aged 60, of Woodside Queens passed away on May 11,2018. He was born in Brooklyn on August 12, 1957 and was raised on Pitt street on the Lower East Side in Manhattan. As a young man, he served in the United States Army Reserves. Jerry married his heart, Barbara (Polkosnik) on June 21, 2002. He worked at Switches Unlimited for 27+ years. Jerry had a passion for his family, friends and sports. He had a special adoration for his mother-in-law, Maria Polkosnik, who he felt was the most generous person he knew. He was a diehard New York Yankees and Giants Fan. In addition to his wife Barbara, he leaves behind his son Marshall (his precious boy, Marshmallow), mother, Millie, siblings Allen, Mitchell, Hope, brother-in-law Walter and sister-in-laws, Bernadette, Deena and Susan. Jerry loved the playful and wonder of children and also leaves behind nieces, Amanda, Lily, Rosie and Nephew, Joshua along with three godchildren, Amber, Brandon and Tadeusz. May Jerry's heart live on in Barbara and Marshall and his memory be eternal to all that loved him.

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Services

  • Visitation Monday, May 14, 2018
  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, May 15, 2018
  • Interment Tuesday, May 15, 2018
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Jerry Mark Dorfman

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Mark Ribiev

May 18, 2018

From all of us at Andreas Barbershop , our deepest condolences. We’ve know Jerry for over 30 years , such a nice man. May his soul RIP.

Laura Del Pozo

May 18, 2018

Hi Barbara

I worked with Jerry for several years at Switches Unlimited. He was a great guy !!!. So sorry for your family's loss.

Daniel Melendez

May 15, 2018

Barbara,

I am so sorry of your lose. As you may not know but i always kept in touch with Jerry and always held a great relationship with him. For all those years we worked together we had great times and fond memories mostly our debate on Jets, Giants and Yankees and Mets boy we had great arguments.
I was shocked to hear the news but you stay strong and remember he will always be a part of you and your son.

God Bless.

Dan Melendez

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