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Carbone, Miriam January 1, 1951 - October 11, 2020

Calling Hours: 4 to 8 pm, Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Mass: 9:45 am, Thursday, October 15, 2020 at St. Joseph's Church, Bronxville

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    Marsha Elkind says

    Miriam, Brenda and I were thick as thieves when we all worked together at Versus. We shared many laughs & ice cream treats! Miriam was always so sweet & a true professional. I will miss her greatly. So sorry for your loss.

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    Wayde Bodden says

    I had the pleasure of working along side Miriam many years at Versus and NBC.. She was a real professional, always gracious, and she had a great sense of humor! I will miss her.

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    John Murphy says

    I was privileged to meet Miriam when NBC and Versus came together. I soon understood that she was part of the backbone of the people that made up Versus. I will remember her sweetness, our conversations and how her vitality emanated to all she touched.

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    Stephanie T says

    I pleasure working with Miriam at NBC Sports. We bonded over looking through beauty & gossip magazines and exchanging family stories. I greatly admired her kindhearted spirit, wicked sense of humor and love of spending time with family. So many people loved her, and she loved them equally in return.

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    Kevin says

    Miriam is a true gem. Working with her from the Versus days she was always so kind and sweet. She loved talking about her grandkids and all the things she would do with them. Even though I haven’t worked with her for some time , I will miss her dearly.

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    Charles Haskes says

    Terri, sad to hear of the loss of your mother after her courageous battle…
    And, you should be proud of how you supported her.
    Cheryl and Charles

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    Susan DiFrancesco says

    “Dear Miriam I just find out about your passing. I was not given the chance to say good-bye to my ONLY sister. No matter what has happened in the past I always loved you. Two years ago I left you a message on your phone, telling you how much I loved you. I should have been given the chance to say bye to you. Rest for now.”

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