A partner in the development company slated to design Fairfax City's new Eleven Oaks property died in the Hamptons last month.
Douglas Foster Schneiderman, a 51-year-old developer from McLean, was killed when an East Hampton man's 1996 Ford pick-up truck hit his Volvo on Route 114, near South Breeze Drive, on July 29 just after 12:30 p.m.
Schneiderman and his family were visiting the South Fork on vacation.
His wife Elisabeth Schneiderman, also 51, and Rachael Schneiderman, 16, suffered serious injuries in the crash. According to Southampton Hospital records, they were released on Aug. 1, two days before their husband and father was laid to rest in Virginia.
He is also survived by another daughter Isabelle and step-daughter Victoria Kouri and her son Cameron Kouri, as well as his mother, Sandra Schneiderman, his father, Milton Schneiderman, his step-mother, Karen Schneiderman, and his sisters Lisa Penberthy, Abby Schneiderman and Jessica Schneiderman.
Schneiderman was a partner in Madison Homes, a well-known, family-run development company in Northern Virginia. Madison Homes developed Madison Mews in Fairfax City. The company is working on redeveloping the current Eleven Oaks bus lot next to George Mason University into single family homes.