Robert C. Lieberman
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ROSLYN HEIGHTS, NY- Robert C. Lieberman, M.D., 77, a former Capital District resident, died on Tuesday, June 17, at St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn due to heart complications.

Mr. Lieberman is survived by his wife, Susan Steinberg Lieberman. He is the father of Aaron (Jackie) Lieberman, of Old Bethpage; Miriam (John) Doremus, of Great Neck; Joel (Danyel) Lieberman, of Lakeland, FL; and Naomi (Len) Bush, of Sea Cliff; brother of Paul Lieberman, (Ilena) of Mt. Lakes, NJ. He also leaves 10 grandchildren who adored him. Mr. Lieberman was the founding partner of Capital District Colon and Rectal Surgery Associates. He was a dedicated and renowned physician for 42 years. He was a beloved family man. He will be deeply missed by the many people whose lives he touched and/or saved.

Services were held at Congregation Beth Emeth in Albany, NY, on Thursday, June 19. Interment was in the Beth Emeth Cemetery in Loudonville.

In lieu of flowers, those wishing to remember Dr. Lieberman in a special way may make a memorial contribution to either the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Long Island, 585 Stewart Ave., Suite 304, Garden City, NY 11530 or Project Morry, 900 Dobbs Ferry Road, White Plains, NY 10607. To leave an online condolence message for the family visit www.levinememorialchapel.com.

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