An attorney who stole more than $2 million from a nonprofit organization has been disbarred because of his felony conviction.

In February, Timothy Griffin, a suspended Bronxville real estate attorney, pleaded guilty to first-degree grand larceny, a B felony, for stealing from United Hebrew Cemetery, based in Staten Island. Griffin was the charity’s former acting president.

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