Estate of Sylvia P. Goldman, Deceased, Marsha Goldberg and Linda Tanenbaum, Co-executrices - Page 3

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          Decedent also had four grandchildren:  Marsha and Richard's                 
          children, Caren and Andrew Goldberg; and Linda and Jay's                    
          children, Steven and Susan Tanenbaum.                                       
               In the fall of 1989, decedent was diagnosed with breast                
          cancer.  On November 1, 1989, decedent executed a Citibank                  
          Consumer Power of Attorney, exercisable by Marsha and/or Linda.             
          This document was a standard form that Citibank provided to                 
          customers seeking to give a third party the authority to conduct            
          banking transactions.  It provided in pertinent part:                       
               I, Sylvia P. Goldman * * * make Linda G. Tanenbaum                     
               * * * [and] Marsha G. Goldberg * * * my legal                          
               representative (called an "attorney-in-fact", and                      
               referred to in this document as the "Attorney") to do                  
               the following business with Citibank, N.A. (the "Bank")                
               in my name:                                                            
                    1. To open and/or operate any one or more deposit                 
               or other accounts in my name or any other name                         
               including the name of the Attorney.                                    
                    2. To deposit money, checks, notes and other                      
               instruments for the payment of money; to endorse any of                
               these instruments with my name for the purpose of                      
               cashing or depositing them or paying them to other                     
               persons, including the Attorney.                                       
                    3. To write and sign checks and other instruments                 
               to be paid by the Bank; to give orders for the                         
               withdrawal, transfer or other use of money on deposit                  
               at the Bank or otherwise available to me;                              
               *       *        *        *        *        *        *                 
                    I give my Attorney full authority to do anything                  
               he or she considers necessary and proper to conduct                    
               this business with the Bank, even if it is for the                     
               Attorney's own benefit, as if I were personally doing                  
               it. * * *                                                              

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