Former Montauk Resident Gerri Tomitz Dies After Hit-And-Run In Nevada - 27 East

Former Montauk Resident Gerri Tomitz Dies After Hit-And-Run In Nevada

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Geraldine Tomitz. COURTESY JON GISWOLD

Geraldine Tomitz. COURTESY JON GISWOLD

Geraldine Tomitz with her dog

Geraldine Tomitz with her dog

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authorJon Winkler on Jan 2, 2018
Geraldine Tomitz, a longtime resident of Montauk, died last Thursday, December 28, at the age of 79, of injuries suffered when she was struck by a U-Haul truck in Henderson,... more

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