Edward F. Carter


MaurO Anthony LEONE

July 15, 1952May 8, 2020

MaurO Anthony LEONE was born on July 15, 1952 and passed away on May 8, 2020 and is under the care of Edward F. Carter.

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Phil Sieg

June 17, 2020

I worked with Maury at Merrill Lynch, what a good man and a great friend to so many people. Rest In Peace, Maury, you were one of the good ones.

Sarah Solomon

June 6, 2020

Dear Donna I just heard of Maury’s passing and was horrified to learn of this. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I did not know Maury very well but know you had a wonderful marriage and family. His life was cut far too short by this terrible disease but I know you have extraordinary memories to Treasure of an extraordinary husband and father I am thinking of you all with sorrowand sympathy. Much love Sarah

Mario Ferrotta

June 4, 2020

My wife Madeline and I just recently heard of Maury’s passing. Needless to say we were totally shocked and saddened. I worked with Maury many years at Merrill Lynch and remember his professionalism and willingness to help others. He was always there when I needed his advice and support.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Maury and his family.
May he Rest In Peace.

Coleen Kirnan

June 4, 2020

I met Donna and Maury on a trip in Tuscany that they took with my company. Far and away, over hundreds of lovely guests I have traveled with over the years, they remain my favorites. Warm, engaging, intelligent and just “good people”,, their deep love for one another was evident every day of our trip. Saddened and shocked to hear of Maury’s passing. Donna, my love and prayers are with you and your family. A presto. Xoxo.

Peter Sansevero jr

May 29, 2020

Maury was one of the good guys. I had the privilege of traveling as a auditor with Maury he was my trainer, mentor and a good friend. I will never forget my first audit with Maury was in Salt Lake City, Provo & Ogden. We looked like two mobsters in our top coats walking into the office. Great memories with Donna, so sorry for your loss, Kim and I always talk about our trip to New Orleans and what fun we had. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Cindy Lazicki

May 26, 2020

I met Maury in the late 80s when we worked on a big project together at Merrill Lynch. I learned so much from him and we always had our clients at the center of everything. Maury dressed like Mr GQ and we shared lots of laughs over the years, with a great gang of ML-ers working and playing hard together. Donna, my heart goes out to you and your family. Reading through these posts, he sure was special to all of us and please know we are here for you too.
Rest In Peace dear Maury,
Cindy Lazicki

Victoria Bub

May 24, 2020

I had the honor of taking care of Maury both of his stays at NYP Hvhc. He was one of the strongest people I have ever met. Although I met him under unfortunate circumstances I believe we meet people for a reason. Thank you Maury for everything you offered this world. To say you will be missed by your friends and family is an understatement.

Kenny Ng

May 20, 2020

This is so hard for me to grasp. Leaving us too soon. Maury has been there for me for most of my career at ML. He was not only a great manager and mentor but a very good friend. A great memory of Maury was when he asked me to sub for him as a District Manager on a conference call, think about this, I was the only Asian to be on the call with the rest of the heads of the Five Families...Carrano, Fucci, Gualtieri and Trapani. They (Carrano) asked me if I wanted to by a vowel!! Also back in the day when we brought our daughter's to work at the 5th Ave Office and first meeting his daughter Ali, how Ali bonded with my niece Kristin. But most of all, Maury always was a family man. He opened his home to a lot of us. Maury and Donna, hosting so many outings at their lovely home. He is now hanging out with Lou. And if I know Lou, Lou is giving him the business like he always has " Maury you a guy from Queens"!, it will be like old times! I will miss you Maury. We will toast you at our next Little Italy gathering. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers are with you Donna and the kids.

Norma Henry

May 18, 2020

I was saddened to learned of Maury’s passing. My sincere condolences to the family. I worked with Maury in the mid-80’s in New York. I remember “Black Monday”, the 1987 stock market crash. It was a stressful time and we all worked very long hours as a support team. He was very caring and always made sure we were all okay.
A fond & fun memory is that He introduce me to my first NY Sloppy Joe sandwich. I was a Jersey Girl who knew a sloppy Joe as ground beef mixed in a sweet sauce on a hamburger bun. He was mortified 😃. And went down to the deli bought me a corn beef and turkey on rye with coleslaw, now I was like who puts coleslaw on a sandwich?. He put it on my desk and said just try it. Needless to say it was amazing 😋 Every so often when we were all too busy to take a lunch break he’d come out of his office and say “I’ll buy if you fly” and one of us would run pick up free lunch!😃
Rest well Maury, I trust you are flying high 😇

Mahendra DeSilva

May 18, 2020

Very Sad to hear the passing of Maury.. I knew him from the late 80's when he was at the NYC ROC and also when he was in the SD office, I got to know a little more about Maury when I came to work for Lou and got to meet him a few times for work and for many ML golf outings.. I saw him last at Lou Pagano funeral, he was the same sharp dressed man I had known for many years. he will be missed.. our thoughts and prayers are with the family.