In memory of
Martha De Csepel Nierenberg
In memory of
Martha De Csepel Nierenberg
Martha de Csepel Nierenberg Martha De Csepel Nierenberg passed away peacefully in her sleep on June 27 surrounded by her loving family. Born in Budapest in 1924 to the industrialist Manfred Weiss family, she escaped Hungary during the Nazi invasion in March 1944. After spending 1 1/2 years in Portugal awaiting a visa, she emigrated to the USA in December 1945. Martha received a Master of Science degree in Biochemistry from Radcliffe College and went on to do research at Rockefeller Institute in Manhattan. Martha met her husband Ted Nierenberg on a blind date to the premier performance of Guys and Dolls. It was love at first sight. They were married 4 months later on April 29 1951. Martha and Ted have 4 children- Lisa Nierenberg (David), Karin Weisburgh (Mitchell), Peter Nierenberg (Robbi), and Albert Nierenberg (Catherine), 10 grandchildren, and 3 greatgrandchildren. Ted and Martha founded The trendsetting tableware company, Dansk International Designs, in 1954. They sold it to the employees in 1985. Martha was a founding member of the Mount Kisco Daycare Center and served on the board of Northern Westchester Hospital and the Visiting Nurses Association of Westchester. Martha and Ted resided in Armonk beginning in 1963 and raised their family there. Following Ted's death in 2009, Martha remained in Armonk until the end of 2013 when she moved to the Osborn in Rye. The family had an intimate memorial service. In lieu of flowers, kindly make a donation to the Mount Kisco Daycare Center.
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In memory of
Martha De Csepel Nierenberg
Martha de Csepel Nierenberg Martha De Csepel Nierenberg passed away peacefully in her sleep on June 27 surrounded by her loving family. Born in Budapest in 1924 to the industrialist Manfred Weiss family, she escaped Hungary during the Nazi invasion in March 1944. After spending 1 1/2 years in Portugal awaiting a visa, she emigrated to the USA in December 1945. Martha received a Master of Science degree in Biochemistry from Radcliffe College and went on to do research at Rockefeller Institute in Manhattan. Martha met her husband Ted Nierenberg on a blind date to the premier performance of Guys and Dolls. It was love at first sight. They were married 4 months later on April 29 1951. Martha and Ted have 4 children- Lisa Nierenberg (David), Karin Weisburgh (Mitchell), Peter Nierenberg (Robbi), and Albert Nierenberg (Catherine), 10 grandchildren, and 3 greatgrandchildren. Ted and Martha founded The trendsetting tableware company, Dansk International Designs, in 1954. They sold it to the employees in 1985. Martha was a founding member of the Mount Kisco Daycare Center and served on the board of Northern Westchester Hospital and the Visiting Nurses Association of Westchester. Martha and Ted resided in Armonk beginning in 1963 and raised their family there. Following Ted's death in 2009, Martha remained in Armonk until the end of 2013 when she moved to the Osborn in Rye. The family had an intimate memorial service. In lieu of flowers, kindly make a donation to the Mount Kisco Daycare Center.
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