Gary Winnick Death Beverly Hills California – Gary Winnick, a trailblazer whose influence left a lasting mark on contemporary finance and the worldwide telecommunications sector, has passed away. Gary Winnick was announced dead on Saturday, the 4th of November 2023. He died in his home in Bel Air at the age of 76.
Above all else, Mr. Winnick valued his family. He was also a passionate philanthropist who was generous with both his time and financial resources. So far, no official news on his cause of death has been released.
Who was Gary Winnick?
Gary Winnick was born in New York City in 1947 and raised on Long Island, NY. Mr. Winnick, proud of his roots in Queens and a graduate of Roslyn High School, remained closely tied to his alma mater, CW Post College, now LIU Post, contributing generously and commemorated through the Winnick Dining Hall.
His family’s history in the Lower East Side restaurant supply business influenced his journey. Following his father’s sudden passing when he was 18, Mr. Winnick graduated early, joining the National Guard and working in his brother-in-law’s furniture business.
He later entered the financial sector during its deregulation period, starting as an entry-level retail broker at Burnham & Company, which later became Drexel Burnham. Relocating to Los Angeles in 1975, Mr. Winnick contributed significantly to the concept of high-yield bonds, supporting the development of emerging telecom infrastructure.
This led to the creation of Global Crossing, a global telecommunications network serving numerous countries and cities. He was actively involved in philanthropy within the Jewish community, advocating for Holocaust remembrance and supporting various organizations in the United States and Israel.
A natural storyteller, Mr. Winnick’s directness, loyalty, and unwavering support for those close to him left an indelible mark on his family, friends, and business associates, creating a legacy that will be deeply missed.
Mr. Winnick is survived by his wife of 51 years, Karen, his sons Adam (Jacqueline), Alexander (Lauren), and Matthew (Karen), as well as his eight grandchildren: Sophia, Jacob, Wesley, Myla, Benjamin, Sara, Teddy, and Max.
Services will be held at Mount Sinai Memorial Park and Mortuaries on Tuesday, November 7th at 11 a.m.
Gary Winnick obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.
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