Nathan Militzok
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NATHAN MILITZOK Nathan "Nat" Militzok, 86, a retired attorney and former New York Knicks basketball player, passed away May 14, 2009. Born in New York City, Nat and his wife, of 58 years, Eileen, lived in Brooklyn, N.Y., Miami and Las Vegas. Nat is survived by his wife, Eileen; son, Steven; daughter-in-law, Cathy; and brother, Paul. He will be missed by all that knew him. No services are scheduled.

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on May 16, 2009.
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May 10, 2020
So many years have gone by, yet our dear husbands live on in our hearts. I lost my love in 2013. My thoughts are with you.
Hugs from Miami,
Evelyn Bartha Roundy
May 23, 2009
Dear Eileen,

Being far does not mean we're not close. I love you.
Shirley Greenfield
May 21, 2009
Dear Eileen:

We were saddened to hear of Nat's passing. We each have many memories of times spent with the both of you.

Our condolences go out to you and your family. We wish you peace in the memories you have of all your years together.
Nancy and Bob Greenfield
May 21, 2009
Dear Eileen

All of my thoughts and love are with you and the family-I'll miss Nat and all of the fun times we all shared-Melitta joins me in sending our sympathies and love,
May 20, 2009
Dear Eileen,
How sad to see dear Nat's name today. This is a very difficult time for you and your family.
We think of you with great affection, and have nice memories of times spent together.Our thoughts are with you..we miss you in Miami.
Evelyn Evelyn Martens/Roundy
May 19, 2009
Neal and I extend our deepest sympathy to you and your family in the passing of your beloved Nat. May you find comfort in the arms of friends and family and may you also find the joy to celebrate a life well lived. You are loved and our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Pat and Neal Sonnett
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