Harry Moskowitz

April 7, 1969June 24, 2018

Harry Moskowitz was born on April 7, 1969 in Bronx, NY and passed away on June 24, 2018.


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Luis Caballero

July 12, 2018

Dr. Moskowitz,

You treated my children with love and compassion. When a father could do nothing for his sick children you were there with answers. I enjoyed our conversation about the Jets. God must have been in need of the BEST Pediatrician we had. You will always be remembered by my family. Until we meet again.Rest well my friend. ❤️🙏🏻
The Caballero’s

John Mifsud

July 10, 2018


You warmed our family over with your smile and positive attitude. You were a rock, friend and someone I trusted for advice. You truly made me believe I could and would be a great father. I will miss you, and I will always think of you and what you helped me accomplish. Rest easy until we meet again.

Theresa Wagner

July 3, 2018

I just learned of Dr. Moskowitz’s passing and my deepest condolences are with his family and loved ones at this difficult time. Dr. Moskowitz was always so warm, so positive and such a calming force for us, as my husband and I learned to navigate parenthood with the birth of our two children. We were sad when we heard the news of him moving to AZ, but we are devastated to hear the news of his passing. We will always be thankful to him for taking the best care of our babies. Sending love and light to his loved ones during this difficult time.

Katherine Harrison

June 29, 2018

Dr. Moskowitz was my son's pediatrician and truly had a son loved going to the doctor and I always left his office feeling confident and reassured about parenting and my son's well being. When Harry moved and I told my almost 3 year old he said to me "but Dr. Mosco's my friend." He was adored by so many people and I wish his family some peace and comfort knowing how many lives he impacted each day.

Laurie Feeney

June 29, 2018

At every visit, no matter the reason, Dr. Moskowitz always greeted us with a warm smile and a firm handshake. It was his way of making every situation a team effort... Any problem or concern was one you'd figure out together. He was always immediately attentive and listening and so genuinely caring that the room felt lighter and brighter. We are heartbroken by his passing and send love and prayers for comfort to his wife and girls. May this wonderful man who brought peace to so many find peace and rest eternally.

Barie Spiegel

June 28, 2018

It's been so many years since I've seen or spoken to Harry (we knew each other from college) but I will always have good memories of spending time with him at Binghamton in our off campus house, as well as after college, hanging out with good friends. I am so sad to hear of his passing and want his family and friends to know that I am thinking of them and hoping they can find some kind of peace.

Paula Mechanic

June 28, 2018

Dr. Moskowitz was one of our favorite doctors. He was so smart, caring and kind and had a great way of relating to his patients. We trusted him implicitly and always felt he provided the best care. My son, in particular, thought that he was the best doctor and he figured out illnesses quicker than anyone else. As athletes, they related to each other and Dr. Moskowitz was so personable. We only wished that we could have stayed under his care when our children became adults. We are just devastated to hear of his passing and wanted his family to know how very special he was to us and to so many and he will always be remembered fondly. Our hearts are broken and we send our deepest condolences to the family.

Jessie Snowden

June 28, 2018

My family and I were shocked to hear this news. Dr. Moskowitz has been my children’s DR for the last 9 years until he relocated to Phoenix . His demeanor was kind, friendly, and non judgemental. Which is exactly what I needed when I had my first child at 21. He always made me feel like I was doing everything perfectly and was always there for any concerns I had, even if they were outlandish. He made my children feel so comfortable when they were in his office, to the point where they were genuinely excited to go see their DR and tell him about their recent few months. I actually cried when I found out he was moving to Phoenix. He was so loved and such a great man, and he is truly missed with our whole hearts.

Scott Barnett

June 27, 2018

Harry- all of us are forever bound together by our love for you. Rest In Peace, dear friend

Sarah Antoinette

June 27, 2018

I will never forget when I was 9 months pregnant in 2013 I made my husband attend a seminar of sorts at my dr’s office to prepare you for the baby’s arrival. my husband who lovingly let me make most of the decisions about our new baby boy from his name to color of his room, met Dr Moskowitz that day and immediately said “he needs to be the boys dr, I like him, I trust him” dr moskowitz was his usual happy, smart, calming and funny self. He just was captivating to us. Despite his office being about 45 minutes away, we asked him to be the dr to our new baby. He was brilliant from the beginning. Our guy needed to stay in the hospital a little longer and he was so calming. I felt so at ease with him. So when our second boy arrived I felt so amazing knowing he would have the same dr. When we received the letter that dr Moskowitz was moving, I cried. I actually cried because I could not imagine the boys having a different dr. I told my mom I felt like I was losing a family member. I imagined one day calling him in Arizona and telling him how much he meant to us. I wish I would have done that! My husband and I are heartbroken. What an amazing Dr/man he was, I will miss him and think of him often. He and his daughters and wife are in my prayers. I hope they find some solace knowing he touched so many lives. I will think and speak of him often, as one of the best dr’s I have ever encountered. He will be missed dearly. My love to his family.