Ellin Sanger Agress

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Born in New York, NY on April 9, 1955

Departed on April 3, 2021 and resided in North Salem, NY

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Guestbook Entries

  1. Felycia April 9, 2021 at 7:26 pm - Reply

    Ellin,
    You have been an inspiration and a friend for so many years. I know that anyone who has been so relentlessly good for so long has a special place in eternity.
    With heartfelt love for you, Mort and your dad and brother, Felycia

  2. Art Amler April 10, 2021 at 9:53 am - Reply

    I am so terribly sad and shocked about Ellin’s passing. Such a very giving person and very loyal. We share the same Birthdays and always kept in touch since our White Plains days. We who knew her then, were not surprised to learn of her successes in the tough tough media business. Ellins drive and energy to succeed was clearly evident very early on. Ellin was a very intelligent, passionate, perceptive and street wise person too. Elin love to laugh and enjoy her surroundings wherever she landed . There was the time she took me up to Deer Lake camp in PA, training camp of Muhammed Ali, who she knew well. And she did this knowing I was a huge fan. That’s the kind of person she was throughout- incredibly caring.

    I offer the family my heartfelt condolences, and hope we can recall and live Ellin’s values and attributes as the best way to remember her.

  3. Lyn Butler April 11, 2021 at 4:53 pm - Reply

    So very sorry to learn of Ellin’s passing. I agree with all of the above and will just add that if Ellin has anything to do with it, we can count on more appearances of the most sought-after angels. The Universe must have known that someone was needed who could make this happen–no matter how long it took or how difficult it was!

  4. Al & Doris Lowenfels April 18, 2021 at 5:45 pm - Reply

    So very sorry we cannot get there in person but we are there in thoughts of Ellin and Mort, David and Sherril and always our good friend Ken. whom we miss and think about a lot. Doris and Al Lowenfels

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