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George posted on 2/22/19

Love you dad. Rest easy. Say hello to Mr. Steinbrenner

 

Amanda Melendez posted on 2/22/19

Your soul will continue to shine as bright as your spirit. Rest easy, Joey.. My condolences to the Calvello family ❤️

 

Thomas VanAntwerp posted on 2/21/19

I am so sorry this evening to hear of my cousin Ellen's death yesterday morning. Ellen always had a cheerful attitude, an optimistic outlook, and a genuine appreciation of life. When she was down here in Florida staying with her Mom, the three of us would go to Argento's Italian Restaurant once a month for dinner. It was always a pleasure to dine with Ellen; she was good company, and it was always obvious to me that she was enjoying herself. Alex and Dominique, please accept my sincere sympathy on the death of your mother. I am thinking of you, even though I have never met you, at this time of mourning. Sincerely, Thomas VanAntwerp Dade City, Florida

 

Joe Kelly posted on 2/20/19

Happy Birthday Buff! Miss ya!

 

Sal Candela posted on 2/19/19

I am deeply saddened to hear of Ronnie’s passing. We were teenage friends and he was one of the guys who everyone looked up to. Outstanding athlete; great smile and laugh and true friend to all. We hadn’t seen each other in about 15 years: when we did it was at a neighborhood reunion. We talked liked time had not passed by. Great guy. I will miss his presence. My deepest condolences to his wife and children. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Georgia & Walter Wagner posted on 2/19/19

Cathy, we were shocked to hear about Brian. Our condolences are extended to you and your family.

 

Michael Robitaille posted on 2/18/19

I'm so sorry for your loss and I'll keep you all in my thoughts and prayers ,❤️

 

S L posted on 2/18/19

My thoughts of deepest sympathy are with you and yours. I'm also truly hoping that the love and comfort that I have received from the scriptures aids in soothing you and so I share one of my favorite, especially after the loss of both of my parents... ..."Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the father of TENDER MERCIES and the God of ALL COMFORT, who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God". 2 Corinthians 1: 3, 4 Praying for you all. With caring thoughts,

 

Debbie Denning posted on 2/18/19

Jerry you were a wonderful person kind hearted funny great dancer great hairdresser great person most of all a great friend to all. your kind heart shined through. you will be missed. my condolences to your family and friends. Until we meet again. Thank you for the memories. R.I.P.

 

Marilyn Pastore posted on 2/17/19

RIP you were a beautiful person

 

Maria posted on 2/17/19

Hi , my name is Maria. I want to give my deepest condolence. It is hard to lost a love one. I want to encourage you to visit this website www. JW @ .org. It answers questions about life from the Bible. As an example, what it is the condition of the dead ? Why we died ? Do will we see our love ones again? Also will bring you confort in this time of distress. This wedsite is free, and in 990 languages. God cares about you

 

Maria posted on 2/17/19

Hi, my name is Maria. I just want to give me condolence to you. Also to give you hope from the Bible . We have this website www. Jw.org. It answer questions from the Bible. Why we died, want it us the condition of the dead . Also Can we see our love ones again ? Also it will give u comfort . God cares about you and he knows everything about you. I encourage you to visit it. It is free. God give us hope from the Bible .

 

 

Mona Ganci Splendore posted on 2/16/19

Jerry, you were the best and will be missed.

 

Mona Ganci Splendore posted on 2/16/19

Will miss Jerry on Facebook. He was very dedicated person!

 

 

Yvonne Roman posted on 2/15/19

Remembering you with a smile and of good humor; RIP Jerry!

 

Holly posted on 2/15/19

You will be missed my friend. May you rest in peace. You were truly an amazing soul.

 

 

Janice Colaiacovo posted on 2/15/19

Although I’ve only known you for a short time, I’ve come to know you as the sweetest person with such a big heart. I am so glad we got to see you a few weeks ago. You will be missed. Rest In Peace Cuz In Law.

 

 

Lawrence Santino posted on 2/15/19

To a great guy that I have known him since st.Judes school in Canarsie Bklyn we go way back and to here this news is heartbreaking great person my god always bless him he will be missed

 

Allen Visbal posted on 2/15/19

To our dear friends, the Calvello Family ~ Words cannot express the sadness in our hearts at this tremendous loss. We grieve with you and are here for you always. With our love and condolences ~ Allen and Kathy Visbal

 

Kelly posted on 2/15/19

Grandma I love you so much...xxxooo you are my everything and always will be xxxxoooo

 

susan l rudnick posted on 2/15/19

May Her Memory Be For A Blessing.May She Be Inscribed Into The Book Of Life.

 

 

Christine Santori posted on 2/15/19

Sweetest man with a heart of gold, we will miss you Jerry ❤️

 

 

Karen Fitzpatrick posted on 2/15/19

There are just no words. Jerry was an amazing friend. Till we meet again...

 

 

Neile Kobin-McMaster posted on 2/15/19

For all those who knew Jerry, both in life and on line, our lives were made better by knowing such a wonderful person. Always fun to be around and a great dancer. Lucy Lopez thank you for reminding me of those nights at the Knights of Columbus watching you to dance, and Stacy Tepper thank you for mentioning Happy Radio for that is the song that reminds me most of Jerry he would play constantly. We lost a great soul and he will be dearly missed. Rest in peace my old friend.

 

 

Kenneth Leon posted on 2/15/19

My dear friend Pete, words can not express my deepest sorrow on the loss of your Joey. I had the honor of meeting both of your boys and truly an honor!!! I remember many years ago turning to you for advise on how to raise my boys and to this day that advise stands true!!!!! Im sorry I couldn't be there, personally, but my heart is with you and The Cavello Family

 

 

Candi Gebler posted on 2/15/19

Thoughts and prayers for your family and friends at this difficult time. I did not know you personally but enjoyed our conversations! You will be missed! Rest In Peace my friend!

 

Steve Testa posted on 2/15/19

My condolences to all who knew and loved Jerry. Gone way too soon.

 

Gregg Wieder posted on 2/15/19

Our time together will always be memory I will never forget...Your phone calls were always so great to get..Rest in Piece

 

Gregg Wieder posted on 2/15/19

Jerry my brother you are and always will be a very special person. Your phone calls were always so positive...Rest in Peace my brother rest in piece

 

 

Diane posted on 2/15/19

You will be missed my dear friend and brother in Christ. Fly high .. My Prayers for family and friends for comfort.. Peace be with you all ..

 

Brenda posted on 2/15/19

I am deeply sorry for your loss. May you be comforted by "the God of all comfort" (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4) and your precious memories.

 

 

Carol Gorman posted on 2/15/19

Gonna miss you lots Jerry. So will Roxy she loved you so much. :(

 

 

Carol Gorman posted on 2/15/19

Gonna miss you lots Jerry. :(

 

 

Mimi medina posted on 2/15/19

R.I.P. my friend

 

Kathy Aurisano posted on 2/15/19

Jerry, I can't believe what im reading..Just spoke to you last week.. To young to soon..May you rest in peace my friend.

 

Lynn Marie Douglas posted on 2/15/19

I saw you at few of the Canarsie get togethers and you always made me feel like. You were great guy. I am glad that I had the opportunity to meet you and call you a friend. God bless RIP and heaven definitely has gained another angel. My deepest sympathies to your family

 

Nick Pierro posted on 2/15/19

We bonded over the love of our president. You were an apologetic Trump supporter from day one and it was great having you in the trenches with us. I’ll be thinking of you during the 2020 campaign. Rest In Peace my friend.

 

Lucie lopez posted on 2/15/19

Jerry, i will always remember the best times we had at the knights of columbus. You were the best freestyle dancer who had the best energy and heart. May you r.i.p. and dance with the angels. ❤❤❤

 

 

Lucie lopez posted on 2/15/19

Jerry..you will be missed by everyone. I will always remember all the great moments we had bavk in the k.o.c. you made everything HAPPY. May you dance in heaven as you've done in our lives .

 

 

Enid and Lory posted on 2/15/19

Sending white lite and prays to all who loved u Jerry u were one of a kind may u sore with the angels..

 

Terry posted on 2/15/19

Thank you for all of your encouragement. You were such a bright life my life. I miss you so much.

 

 

Gina DeMeo posted on 2/14/19

RIP my dear sweet longtime friend. You were one of the best and you will be missed so very much. I will cherish all my memories i have of you.

 

Helen Falcone LoVetre posted on 2/14/19

Rest in heavenly peace...I am glad to have had the pleasure of calling you my friend...you will be greatly missed Jerry You & your family are in my prayers

 

Helen Falcone LoVetre posted on 2/14/19

Rest in heavenly peace...I am glad to have had the pleasure of calling you my friend...you will be greatly missed Jerry You & your family are in my prayers

 

Gina DeMeo posted on 2/14/19

Heaven gained an angel. Jerry you were a beautiful friend and i am so heartbroken that you were taken too soon. You will live in my heart forever my dear friend! I will cherish all my memories and pictures of us together at the Canarsie reunions. You will be missed so much. RIP my friend. Until we meet again.

 

Barbara Ryder-Trigo posted on 2/14/19

Jerry may you dance with the angels yoy are forever in my heart. I've known Jerry for years we grew up together in Canarsie, handsome guy, beautiful heart of gold, always knew when you needed a hug, talk. My deepest condolences to the family during this difficult time, mat they find comfort knowing Jerry was loved by many. Rest in Eternal Peace, my dear friend Love BeezlyB

 

Hiram Echevarria posted on 2/14/19

Such a great man. I will miss him. Faithful servant of God.

 

Rosanna Cannavacciuolo posted on 2/14/19

You are one of those rare persons you come across in life with such a kind heart. You are a true angel now. We will miss you terribly!

 

 

Janice Galterio posted on 2/14/19

Jerry, even though you were younger, I recall you cutting hair for a short while in Sunshine Scissors, and just being your cheerful self talking with friends on the Avenue. There will be plenty of laughter now in Heaven, Rest in Peace, my friend.

 

 

Bill Borski posted on 2/14/19

I never knew you but I wish I had. I am sorry and deepest prayers to the Fish family

 

Bing Francis Noel posted on 2/14/19

You are a warm hearted person Brother Jerry.. Rest peacefully and you will be missed by us here in FB.

 

Angela Ardizzone posted on 2/14/19

Rest peacefully Jerry...you are already missed by so many. My sympathies to your family...

 

Terry Araneda posted on 2/14/19

May the fond memories of Jerry, bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. My heart and prayers go out to you and your family. May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time. Jerry you were one of a kind,and you will truly be missed. May God give him eternal rest.

 

Jacqueline Tufano posted on 2/14/19

RIP Jerry....may you dance with the Angels. I will always remember your infectious smile. You were a beautiful person. You will be greatly missed

 

Diane Barbera posted on 2/14/19

RIP Jerry...... You were always a warm heart, good soul, always smiling, fun, caring person and will be deeply missed by everyone who knew you! I Knew you since kindergarten, so many years.. Hard to believe you are gone so soon!

 

Paula Catania posted on 2/14/19

Disco music and you dancing..... That's how I will remember you. Hustle with the angels my friend! God speed

 

 

Talavera Family posted on 2/14/19

You will be missed and loved greatly. Rest In Peace Jerry. Love from Donna Anna Juan Bear & Toulouse

 

Keith Sevransky posted on 2/14/19

Jerry will be greatly missed. He was good person. RIP Jerry.

 

 

Ta posted on 2/14/19

You will be missed and loved always

 

Keith Sevransky posted on 2/14/19

RIP Jerry was a great person and he will be greatly missed.

 

Towanda Reuben posted on 2/14/19

On behalf of the nyc correction department we would like to send out condolences to the Calvello family. You will be forever in our prayers

 

Towanda Reuben posted on 2/14/19

Towanda Reuben

 

Doreen Percoco posted on 2/14/19

Dear Betty and Family..I am Truly so sorry to hear of this loss for Jerry. No words. My thoughts and Prayers to the entire Family. Jerry you were A True GEM of a person and I will always miss and love you my Beautiful friend..RIP always..Send love to my mom too..❣

 

Theresa vancavish spiteri posted on 2/14/19

Theresa spiteri and David and shane spiteri

 

 

Deborah hill posted on 2/14/19

RIP Jerry for your family I'm so sorry for your loss watch over us all and dance with the angels

 

Randy Green posted on 2/14/19

Jerry, you were an awesome friend. I'm going to greatly miss you brother .

 

 

Josephine Leuci posted on 2/14/19

Jerry Rest In Peace. A wonderful loving person Good son and family loving person

 

Linda Testa posted on 2/14/19

My deepest sympathies to the family. May he Rest in peace.

 

Anna Boyle posted on 2/14/19

My deepest condolences to the family even rest in peace my friend

 

Stacy Tepper posted on 2/14/19

Jerry, I will never forget our teenage years going dancing every Friday night to the Knights of Columbus. You were a good friend and I was blessed to call you friend! I hope you are dancing to Happy Radio! Love you and you will be missed!

 

 

Angela Aubry posted on 2/14/19

Jerry You mean the world to me and my heart is broken. RIP and until we meet again. My condolences to Betty and Family❤️

 

Patricia Young posted on 2/14/19

You will be missed, your kind words, the big smile and great sense of humor. Heaven's got a new Angel to watch over us and his name is Jerry. Prayers and condolences for family. Until we meet again.

 

Sherri Edell posted on 2/14/19

I miss you so much fishy, Rest in peace. I had so much fun with you, And the universe has a gaping hole in it without you. For Jerry's family I am so sorry for your loss. He was a great Friend & will be missed immensely

 

 

Beth rabinowitz santana posted on 2/14/19

Rest in peace miss you an angel in heaven

 

Beth rabinowitz santana posted on 2/14/19

Love you

 

Beth animosity santana posted on 2/14/19

Rest in peace my best friend

 

 

Shari Tesillo posted on 2/14/19

Rest In Peace Jerry.. You were a wonderful Man... Heaven gained an Angel...

 

 

THEA ANCORA posted on 2/14/19

RIP JERRY

 

 

THEA ANCORA posted on 2/14/19

Prayers go out to you and your family. Sorry for your loss.

 

Christine Sica posted on 2/14/19

Rest in eternal peace, my beautiful friend. You will be missed always. Love Christine and John

 

 

Donna Kennedy posted on 2/14/19

Jerry you will be truly missed may you rest in gods loving hands

 

 

Donna Kennedy posted on 2/14/19

May you rest in gods loving hands you will truly missed.

 

Gerry Stanbrough posted on 2/14/19

Deepest Condolences from your friends at the Corner Galley.

 

Sr. Helen Wacker posted on 2/14/19

I heard about the unexpected death of Joey from Eileen Fitzpatrick Scavone yesterday. I extend my deepest sympathy and prayers to Peggy and family. Joey will be included on the prayer list of the Franciscan Sisters of Peace, my community and the community of his late great aunt, Sr. Maureen Fitzpatrick. May our prayers be a source of comfort and may the compassion and love of God fill all with much peace at this difficult time. Peace, Sr. Helen Wacker

 

Steven J. posted on 2/14/19

So very heartfelt sympathies to the Calvello family. I am very saddened. Joey - I know you will see and read this posting. You have very special community of friends who care deeply for you...for we know your struggles. We miss you greatly. Thank you for getting to know us, laugh with us, cry with us, share with us and walk with us on each of our journeys. You will be greatly missed here on Earth in mortality - but I know you are surrounded now by even greater love. I will miss you greatly Joey. I will see you again someday - love you Brother. - Steven J.

 

Danny Moneta posted on 2/14/19

My deepest condolences to the entire Calvello family . I worked with his father Pete in the NYC Transit Police Department and recall his love for his son.May Joseph be in Gods hand and forever rest in peace

 

Michael + Sonja Frey posted on 2/14/19

Very sorry for your loss . My heart goes out to my old friend Pete and his family. Rest In Peace

 

Jackie and Paul whalen posted on 2/13/19

He was met at the gates of Heaven with outstretched arms...Sending you prayers..strength and love.Massapequa pk lost a great friend..May Brian R.I.P.

 

Jean Grande posted on 2/13/19

My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family at this very difficult time. I'm in Fla. & will call you when I get home.

 

Love, Lesli Joe Amanda Philip and Sarah posted on 2/13/19

We are so sorry we can't be there but we are sending you all our Love and Prayers and it was great that I was able to see Uncle Bill at Emmanuel

 

Don and Gerry Moran posted on 2/13/19

Cathy and family, We are so sorry to hear that you have lost Brian. We are thinking of you and praying for all of you.

 

Roanne Kulakoff posted on 2/13/19

Cathy, There are no words for the loss you have experienced, but please know that you have family and friends that care about you deeply. My condolences, Roanne

 

Lynn Bonanno posted on 2/13/19

I am so, so sorry to hear the news about Brian. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Hold on to all your wonderful memories! xoxo

 

robert lamonica posted on 2/13/19

god bless i hope you are in eternal peace

 

Sal DiGiovanni posted on 2/13/19

My deepest condolences to the Calvello family. No words could ever console you at a moment like this. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers, RIP Joey.

 

Derek Gumin posted on 2/13/19

It comes with a heavy heart to lose such a good soul. May Joey rest in peace. I'll miss you man.

 

Liam Fitzpatrick posted on 2/13/19

I was so sad to hear about the loss of Joey. Joey was one of my big cousins, who I always looked up too. May he rest in peace.

 

Maryann and Dennis Mulloy posted on 2/13/19

So saddened to hear of Joeys passing. Remembering what nice kids he and young Pete were growing up on our little block. Your family is in our prayers.

 

Chris Holland posted on 2/13/19

Michelle - Please accept my deepest condolences. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. All the best to your Family during this difficult time.

 

Rory and Catherine Fitzpatrick posted on 2/12/19

Peggy, Peter and Family. So very sorry to hear this news. Our thoughts and prayers are with you now.

 

Rob Martinez posted on 2/12/19

Joe you left us to soon, may God give peace and understanding to your family and love ones. Rest In Peace.

 

 

Bob Haley posted on 2/12/19

I have such fond memories of Joey and his older brother Peter. I met them as young boys and would see them every couple of years when their dad would bring them to PD functions. They were such good kids, always happy. Their dad was so very proud of them. I remember loaning Joey a violin when he was a young boy taking lessons. I cannot put into words the sadness that I feel over his passing. My deepest condolences to Pete, Peggy, and Peter on their loss. I will always keep them and Joey in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Keegan Kennedy posted on 2/12/19

Our family is heartbroken at the passing of Joey. During the Fourth of July vacation week every year, Joey, myself, and our cousin Kevin would spend the whole week competing in as much miniature golf as we could. Outrageous bets were made that we knew we could never fulfill, but the idea of beating each other in miniature golf fueled our claims of million dollars matches. Sometimes, serious matches turned into silly ones, and we let down our guards of wanting to be the best to just hang with each other and goof off. We always knew that there would be another match, and we all know that we will see Joey again. I will always cherish those memories. Miss you Joey and I look forward to a rematch.

 

Fred Lande posted on 2/12/19

Joe was truly one of the nicest men I ever met. He was so generous and caring. He was also a fellow Mets fan so he understood pain and frustration. (Mets fans will get that). In fact, we watched several games of the 2015 World Series and commiserated together. Joe had many demons but they were paled in comparison to the love in his heart. I almost never heard him say anything bad about anyone. He always had that goofy smile on his face. He also shared my sense of humor and sarcasm. I used to receive ridiculous pictures from him. He talked about "me-mees" (Memes) and used to try to make them. He wasn't very good at them lol. He had this playfulness about him. He touched many lives in his short time on this planet. Joe, I will miss you tremendously brother. You were a huge part of my world the last 4 years. My heart is shattered that you will not be a part of it in the future, only in the memories. To one of God's faithful soldiers and a beautiful man, you will be missed Joe. Please give us a sign that you're still around and doing ok. The only consolation is I know you are at peace. God must have needed another Angel and called you home. Rest easy my friend. Till we meet again....

 

Deborah Wolff posted on 2/12/19

Dad I love you forever!

 

Deborah Wolff posted on 2/12/19

Dad, I will always remember and love you forever! Thank you for giving me the best life ever! Thanks for loaning me money for Friendlys and for going out for breakfast at the Nautilus Diner every Friday or Saturday and helping me out with money for food. You were the love of my life. I loved cooking for you and was patiently waiting for you to come home from the rehab center so I could take care of you, but you never made it. I stayed with you u,til the very end and held your hand. When you passed away I cried and cried! I am so happy you are in peace and up on heaven with Mom forever. You can have all the food you want and you can walk till your hearts content with no pain, I will see you up in heaven someday!

 

Jim Boyle posted on 2/12/19

I am devastated and heartbroken to hear about the passing of Joey. I don’t even have the words to accurately describe the sense of loss I am feeling. Joey was as good a man as I have ever met. I offer my heartfelt and sincerest condolences to Joeys family and friends. He truly was one of a kind. I will miss our runs, our training, our occasional cigar and a cup of 7-11 coffee. May you Rest In Peace my friend. I will remember you forever.

 

Mary hurst posted on 2/12/19

My condolences go out to Joey's family. Joey worked for me at The Town of Oyster Bay GAP Program a few years back. I remember when he got accepted into the Police force how happy he was. He had a contagious smile and the children loved him! Rest easy Joey

 

Diane Engen posted on 2/12/19

My sincere and deepest condolences to all the family and friends. It was a pleasure to have worked for Jessica and to have known her. She is an inspiration of courage and strength to many. RIP Jessica

 

 

Diane Engen posted on 2/12/19

My thoughts and prayers for the family and friends of a beautiful woman I had the pleasure to work for. RIP Jessica

 

 

John posted on 2/12/19

Joey and I went to to the NYPD academy together and were neighbors in Long Beach. Joey was a men amongs men. Always willing to lend a hand to help others. He will be missed terribly. My thoughts, prayers and condolences go out to his family in this most difficult time. May the Lord bless them comfort them family during this time of grief. You will be missed brother and forever in our hearts!

 

 

Claudia Marino Jackson & Family posted on 2/12/19

To my Cousin Peter and his family. Our deepest condolences and prayers to all. Godspeed Joey.

 

Charlie, stephanie, Charlie and Hannah Melchner posted on 2/12/19

With deepest sympathy as you remember Jessica. Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Carly posted on 2/12/19

Sending lots of love to the Cavello family from Hong Kong. These photos of Joey posted here remind me of what a large presence he was and how much fun he was to be around at family events. Love Carly and Owen

 

Kennedy Family posted on 2/12/19

Words can not express the sorrow we feel for losing sweet beautiful Joey. Joey had a compassion for people that radiated from his soul. You just wanted to be near him. A memory I will always cherish are the 3 cousins -Joey, Kevin, and Keegan going to get Chinese food at the beach. We would laugh so much as Joey ordered and told us all we needed to get the PuPu Platter. We will miss you Joey. Your bright light will stay in all of our hearts until we meet again. Peace sweet Joey! We love you Aunt Resa, Uncle Brien, Keegan, Conlan and Riley

 

Francis Fitzpatrick posted on 2/11/19

Joey is a beautiful soul. When Joey's cousin Ryan (my son) was 2 and Joey was 10, Peggy would bring Joey to our home in Westmont, NJ to visit. Joey would look after Ryan with such care and such pride. The world will miss this caring man.

 

Jim Sutherland posted on 2/11/19

I never met Joe, but I worked with his father Pete in the NYC Transit Police, so I know he came from 'good stock' and have no doubt he was a good cop and an even better man. My heart aches for the Calvello family, the SCPD and all humanity at the loss of Joe at such a young age; my deepest condolences and prayers to all. RIP and Godspeed Joseph

 

T walsh posted on 2/11/19

So sorry for our loss. We’ll never know what a great man he would have become. Officer Cavello we will miss you. Peace and love to your family. Love Tisha and Terry Walsh

 

Renie Cargonja posted on 2/11/19

Cathy, cannot be there with you but I am thinking of you and our prayers go out to you and your family.

 

Joanne Wright posted on 2/11/19

Dear Cathy, You and your family will be in my prayers. I am so sorry for your loss, and though I can't attend the service, (FL) I will be thinking of you.

 

Donna Joyce posted on 2/11/19

Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time and always Donna Donna

 

Kathleen posted on 2/11/19

Kathy' i am so very sorry for your loss. Much love, Kathy

 

Margarita Papola posted on 2/11/19

Cathy I’m thinking of you and your family. I’m so sorry to hear the sad news Please know all of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Unfortunately I won’t be able to attend the services as I’m on FL. Love Margarita

 

The Reilly Family posted on 2/11/19

We are so saddened to here the news of Brian's passing. He was a wonderful man and we will miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you Cathy, and the entire Hussey family.

 

Margarita Papola posted on 2/11/19

DeAr Cathy, I am so sorry to hear about your husband. Please know I am thinking of you and your family. Always know he is with you always in your heart. I am in Florida but I’ll keep all of you in my prayers Love, Margarita

 

June Lombardi posted on 2/11/19

Dear Cathy and family, I am so sorry to hear of Brian's passing. Hold onto each other and stay strong.

 

Jeannette Henry posted on 2/11/19

OUR DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL

 

Lorraine Keryc posted on 2/11/19

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Anthony Balanda and Anthony and Debbie Oliviero posted on 2/11/19

There’s nothing we can say that will ease your pain, but we want you to know that We are thinking of you. Our deepest condolences. Brian will always be remembered.

 

Jimmy miller posted on 2/11/19

So sorry for your loss I'll always remember growing up what a great man wonderful friend & neighbor my sincere condolences God bless you all jimmy miller

 

Jimmy miller posted on 2/11/19

So sorry for your loss my prayers are with you all growing up I'll always remember what a great man wonderful person your husband father was my condolences jimmy miller love to you all

 

Mary & Jim Mauro posted on 2/10/19

Our deepest condolences. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Katie Battaglia posted on 2/10/19

We are sending our love to all of you. Uncle Terry always made me laugh. Although I had not spent much time with him as an adult, my childhood memories are filled with laughter, smiles, jokes, and fun during our visits to Long Island. May you also hold all of your precious memories close to your heart during such a difficult time. Lots of love, Katie, Russ, Molly and Luke Battaglia

 

Isabel Conry posted on 2/10/19

My dear Wolff family, Poppy Bob AKA Candy Pops will always be remembered for his love of family and America, his storytelling about Pan Am, World War 2, and playing baseball at Farmers Oval in Queens. He lived a long and blessed life and was so proud of the accomplishments of his children and grandchildren. It was an honor to know and love him for the past 24 years. Now it’s time for him to Rest In Peace. But not for too long - his bride Pauline is waiting to square dance with him! With love and sympathy, Ebee Conry AKA 7-11 Nanny

 

Isabel Conry posted on 2/10/19

My dear Wolff family, Poppy Bob AKA Candy Pops will always be remembered by me for his love of family and America. His story telling about Pan Am, World War II, and playing baseball at Farmers Oval in Queens, New York. He lived a long blessed life and was so proud of his children’s and grandchildren’s accomplishments. It was an honor to know and love him for the past 24 years. Now it’s time for him to Rest In Peace, but not for too long. His bride Pauline is waiting to dance with him. With love and sympathy, Ebee Conry AKA 7-11 Nanny

 

Jim Brown posted on 2/10/19

Diane, I am so sorry to hear the news of Terry’s passing. Although I have not seen Terry in many years, Terry was the best of friends and I will never forget the great times we had together. During our late teens and early 20’s we here always together, either playing football or basketball or playing cards or just shooting the breeze. I will always remember Terry as someone that helped others, made us laugh, seek the good in all of us and most of all wanting to get up each day and share new experiences with him. He will be missed by all. My prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. God Bless. Jim “Jimmy” Brown

 

John O’Leary posted on 2/10/19

Just wanted to send our condolences to Aunt Diane and all our cousins. Our thoughts and prayers our with you during this difficult time. Uncle Terry will be missed. Love John and Penelope

 

John O’Leary posted on 2/10/19

Penelope and I wanted to send our condolences to Aunt Diane and all our cousins. So sorry for the loss and wish we could be there with you to remember Uncle Terry. Love to all of you during this difficult time

 

Peggy (Carmen) Born posted on 2/9/19

So sorry to hear, I remember him from St. Joseph's school and Hewlett High school. Prayers for his family and friends.

 

Glee Shea Baker Farmingdale High School, Class of '63 posted on 2/9/19

Sincerest condolences to Linda and family and all the friends who loved Marty. May your wonderful memories be a blessing to all of you and bring you peace and comfort during this sad time.

 

Nancy Fusco posted on 2/9/19

I am so very sorry to hear Brian is no longer with us. I saw him not long ago ,I will miss him so much .His smile will always be in my heart.My deepest condolences to the entire family. Soar with the angels my friend..

 

Egal Gudal posted on 2/9/19

The Gudal family, Dad Hassan, Mom Sahra, and Abdi, Egal, Sagal, Edil, Liban, Mahad, Hodan would like to extend our deepest sympathy and condolences on the passing of Terrence O’Leary, may he Rest In Peace and may all his family members find the strength and courage to go through this difficult time. He was a great man, and may his memory live for ever. God bless you all.

 

Xiomara Hernandez posted on 2/9/19

My prayers are with the family. God bless all of you an old colleague from Citibank who knew him. Always a great pal with a smile on his face.

 

EDWIN Cintron posted on 2/9/19

My deepest condolences to the entire Stewart Family. I had the pleasure of working with John at Citi. He was a great leader who inspired and motivated all. He treated everyone with respect and always had that great smile to back it up. He will truly be missed. Prayers to the Stewart Family. R.I.P John!

 

Mauricio Carpio posted on 2/9/19

My deepest condolences to John’s family. I have the great privilege to worked for John, and while our interactions were brief, I clearly remember he lighted up the room with his presence and humor. John consistently displayed his dedication to his team. His support, motivation and appreciation for our work and clients were remarkable. John will be dearly missed. My condolences to the Steward Family for their loss.

 

Nicki (O'Neil) Tramontana posted on 2/9/19

I will miss your impish smile and the twinkle in your eye when you got me in trouble while picking Grammy up at your house. Give her a hug from me.

 

Steven DiTomasso posted on 2/9/19

Liz & family, my hearts hurts for you, my condolences to all, I'm lucky I had the chance to meet such an Honorable man, I'm at at loss for words, I'm shocked & saddened as we all are.. I can only Pray for all , in God's hands he will sing with the angels, cause as we all know he was truly an Angel.. Love & Peace ta all..

 

Joe Braue posted on 2/9/19

Liz and family, I'm sure there are no words that can adequately comfort you at this time of your shock and grief. I can only share my deepest admiration for John, the life he led and his tremendous impact on your family, his workplace colleagues, the thousands he touched in his charitable pursuits, as well as his friends. He lived life at 100 mph, dedicated not to his own enrichment, but to helping out others. He led three lives in the time most of us hardly live one. It was wonderful to see you and John's mom, dad and family after all these years. It is amazing to read in these condolences about how John was a mentor and career advisor to colleagues and family and friends over the years and I'd love to be able to help the extended Stewart clan in a similar way should the need arise. God bless you and the family.

 

Carol Ann Ronbeck posted on 2/9/19

So very sorry for the loss of John. He was a wonderful man. Keeping your family in my prayers.

 

 

Cecilia Brewer posted on 2/9/19

God rest your soul. You will be missed

 

Laura and Joe posted on 2/9/19

Terry was a wonderful husband,father and Grandpa.He was a faithful friend to the end.We miss you, Terry.

 

Maria Davila-Peguero posted on 2/8/19

My deepest and sincere condolences to the Stewart family. I join the many friends and colleagues to pay my sincere respects for the passing of our beloved friend and true leader John. I find myself so blessed for having the opportunity to work and serve others next to this great giant. Yes- a giant of life, filled with care for others, charged with determination when needed and always knowing when words of encouragement and comfort will help to heal someone's heart. We always knew that he was willing to listen, and to share some words of wisdom. For he was always delivering on his mission of servant leadership. His dedication and support to help those that were less fortunate was never a question in anyone's mind nor the what or the when or even the if. From the 9/11 assistance to families to the wonderful walks across the Brooklyn Bridge carrying those red balloons lighting the night for hope for a cure in support of the Leukemia Foundation he was there to lead the way for help. John, you will be greatly missed , but be at ease for your legacy will continue and the walks accross the Bridge will go on in your memory as we work to carry on your mission of love and care for humanity. Rest in peace our good friend. You will always live in our hearts and memories. Until we meet again in Eternity!

 

Peggy O'Neil Schenk posted on 2/8/19

I'm deeply saddened to learn of Marty's death. We were first cousins. Our mothers ere sisters. I was the oldest, he the second. We played together a young children in Long Beach. And although we didn't see each other often as adults, I have always loved him, his parents and siblings. Rest in Peace, Marty. See you soon.

 

John Clark posted on 2/8/19

To John’s family and friends: my deepest condolences and heartfelt prayers that you hold each other together in this difficult time. John was a classmate not because we attended the same school, but because he had class that I tried to emulate. Over the years, he made chance meetings feel like reunions, as he called me friend. I know he’s in a better place, so I hope someday I’m lucky enough for one more chance encounter. Ave et vale, John Stewart!

 

 

M.C. ROSIE ROSENSTEIN posted on 2/8/19

RIP ROBERT BOB WOLF, FROM ALL YOUR AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE FRIENDS AT PAN AMERICAN JFK AIRPORT NEW YORK. M.C. ROSIE ROSENSTEIN

 

Joanne and John Murphy posted on 2/8/19

Liz, We're heartbroken at the sad news of John's passing. It's just not fair. Our time with you and John was limited but even now I can remember how his visage would soften, his smile would broaden and his wiry soldier's body would relax in contentment whenever he spoke of you or was in your presence. We feel lucky to have known John, and we pray for you and your family to find some peace.

 

 

FRANK J. NAPPI posted on 2/8/19

I LOST MY DEAREST FRIEND. HE WILL BE MISSED BY ALL. GOD BLESS!

 

Ed and Marcy Patterson posted on 2/8/19

Liz, famliy and the extended Stewart family. Marcy and send our love and sympathy to all of you. John is one of my oldest friends. I remember our grammer school day together. I remember high school days sitting in the Stewart house before heading out for the evening. It was always a busy place with so many children. Even though John choose West Point and I Annapolis we remained brothers in arms serving this nation. I remember him and his family visiting our Army/ Navy parties in Philadelphia. They were always welcome. I even remember secretly being happy when Army finally won during his senior year. He needed that. John is a great friend and I will miss him dearly. A soldier has been called him. Semper Fi my brother, be at peace.

 

Donna Pappas Marshall posted on 2/8/19

For Liz and Family, learning of John's unexpected passing is so painful. What a fine man he was, "fine" in the old-fashioned sense of the word: honorable, family focused and possessing a joyful heart in all he did. We are Citibanker friends, and admired him so. Our heartfelt condolences and prayers for you in your sorrow. Bob and Donna Pappas Marshall

 

Steven E. Glass posted on 2/8/19

To have worked for John Stewart once at Citibank was an inspiration. To have worked for John a second time at Flushing Bank was truly a blessing. I look to the sky this week and know that the brilliant light is the brightest CitiStar that ever shined on Earth. I cherish the time we had together and take comfort knowing that there is a new angel in Heaven in the special yellow blazer or cool suspenders and he already knows everyone's name and is making them smile. John, be at peace, for we are committed to carrying on your legacy with the people we lead and the clients we serve.

 

 

Deb Harrington posted on 2/8/19

So many wonderful memories. Not the least of which was John’s stanch commitment to his Catholic faith and his Irish heritage. He never missed a Holy Day of Obligation (by the old calendar, not the more convenient weekend exemptions). He wore his ashes with pride, abstained and fasted to the letter of the law. His Irish loved to have fun and the devilish twinkle could never pass up an opportunity to poke. St. Patrick's Day was serious partying. He studied people and in spite of what life threw at him he never complained and always was there to help anyone (with the exception of whiners or egomaniacs). He always reminded us that family came first. He loved finding the right papyrus card and the right piece of jewelry for his life’s partner and best friend, Liz. We all felt so connected to John’s children and grandchildren because they were always on his lips. We all learned from him about banking but more importantly how to live the greatest commandments 1. To Love God above all things and 2. To Love our neighbor as ourselves. This loss is so unexpected. So very hard to comprehend. I pray that St. Peter offered immediate comfort by holding his hand and reminding him that he did a great job and will soon be reunited with all who he loves so much. I pray that God's eternal grace has filled him with exhilaration and not allowed for a moment of regret. I pray that Our Blessed Mother has kissed his head and welcomed him home. God Hold you in the Palm of His Hands

 

 

Diane Joye posted on 2/8/19

John was a true gentleman and great mentor. He always acknowledged everyone with the warmth and respect that made you feel special. He touched so many people and will not be forgotten. Rest In Peace my brother, my life has been enriched by knowing you.

 

Maggy Porporino-Wade posted on 2/8/19

To the Stewart Family, Please accept my sincere condolences. I worked for John during his time in Montreal. John will be fondly remembered for his leadership, kindness and amazing sense of humor. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Antoinette posted on 2/8/19

O'Keefe you will be missed #shine in heaven East New York Yard friends

 

Bob & Marlene Lindquist posted on 2/7/19

Liz, We are deeply sadden. John was a great human. Family, friendships, and faith were his bedrock. He will always be with you, your family, and friends. We hope you will draw on his strength. May he Rest in Peace.

 

Scott Morrison posted on 2/7/19

Gramps, i will miss you forever and always!! I often think of when i was younger and you would come to salt lake city and every morning you would be using your electric shaver and i would come in and you would put it to my face. It would always tickle always made my laugh!! I love you Gramps!!!

 

 

Monica Toto posted on 2/7/19

In loving memory. May you rest in peace.

 

Monica Toto posted on 2/7/19

May you Rest in Peace

 

Tim Ivers posted on 2/7/19

A good man and cop with enormous common sense mixed with a refreshing sense of humor. RIP Marty

 

Daniel Hoeg posted on 2/7/19

My condolences to John's family. He was a good friend and will surely be missed tremendously.

 

Mort Shea (USMA '78 and Staten Islander) posted on 2/7/19

Be thou at peace, Classmate. May God hold you and your family in the hollow of his hand.

 

Liz posted on 2/7/19

We’ll miss you so much Dad, we love you

 

Yvon Dallaire posted on 2/7/19

Dear Liz and family. My sincere condolences. I had the honor of working with John in Montreal at Citi , Diners Club as well as being his successor. John's personal and professional values were exceptional. He was loved and respected by the entire team and personally made me a better manager and person. I will miss him.

 

James Hanrahan posted on 2/7/19

Dear Mary and Jack, Hannah and I were saddened by the news about your eldest son's death. Please accept our deepest condolences.

 

Carmela Ciccia & Tim Whittaker posted on 2/7/19

Dear Liz and the entire Stewart Family, from my husband Tim and I please accept our deepest sympathies. John was my boss at Citibank Diners Club Canada in Montreal 20 years ago. He deeply marked everyone's heart, career and life in the office. We still speak of him so fondly to this day. He was a gentleman and the best mentor - friend anyone could ask for. Heaven is now an even more perfect place with John's presence. Rest in peace John.

 

 

Eng Lian posted on 2/7/19

John was a great leader and lot of fun to work for. I remember him attending the NY Dragon Boat Festival in 2007 where his son was riding on his shoulder at the event. John was so happy and down to earth as a great leader. He definitely will be missed.

 

Becky Smith posted on 2/7/19

Brendan We are so sorry about the loss of your dad! Prayers and blessings to you and your family. Love David and Becky Smith

 

John Courtney posted on 2/7/19

A great guy passed away last week. Mike Donovan was a close friend from our Highbridge days. In fact, we considered ourselves brothers. Mike was one of those guys you could always depend on in both the good times and bad times. Mike and I played together ( sports and other Bronx games ), worked together in the local A&P and drank a few beers together ( few defined as a great many ). In September of 1967, we joined the Marines together ( certainly not one of our smartest decisions ). After training , Mike was assigned to the 26th Marines as a machine gunner. Lucky Mike had the distinction of toting a heavy M-60 machine gun and its belts of ammo around the jungles of Vietnam. Mike served with distinction for the entire 13 month tour. We grew apart as we went our separate ways raising our families and pursuing our careers. In the last few years, I tried reaching out to Mike as many of his friends did but to no avail. This fact in no way diminishes my memories and love for this man. Please join me in remembering Mike and in a prayer that this brave Marine is indeed walking on Heavens scene. USMC Serial #’s 2321394 watch is over.

 

Audrey /Hank Spengenberg posted on 2/7/19

My deepest condolences to the family. Wishing the Stewart family peace, comfort, and courage to face the days ahead. May the memories of John be forever held in our hearts.

 

Ivelesse Nieves posted on 2/7/19

My condolences to you and your family. I had the privilege of working with John at Citibank. He was the most amazing and caring person that I've known.

 

Anthony Bernardo posted on 2/7/19

The Bernardo Family is in complete sorrow, we have lost a true gentleman, Tremendous father and true leader. I've had the fortune of Meeting John Sr while coaching little Johnny (Johnny Glove) in hockey a couple years Back. We grew as friends and also had a business relationship supporting his office equipment in Flushing. last month I was proud to inform him that my son was being looked at by West point not knowing John attended. His exact reply in quotes is as follows "Anthony, Great to hear from you. Thrilled to hear that my alma mater is looking at Anthony. When the time comes, I am available to write a strong letter of recommendation for him. I have helped several young me get into the Academy. I was just up there for Army football’s victory over Air Force. All is well here. John is enjoying his time with the Lions and the Chaminade team. Wishing your family all the best for the holidays" John He could have said congrats and left it at that. However, Johns first response is to offer his unconditional support for my son. With tears in my eyes as I write this , we will be forever grateful to have met such a true gentlemen. He will be truly missed by many.

 

Deb Henderson posted on 2/7/19

John was an incredibly special person. I worked with him at Citibank and was honored to know him! He had the most kind and caring spirit and the greatest sense of humor. I don't know anyone who didn't love and respect John! My sincere condolences to the family..your memories will keep him close.

 

Georgia Mouzakis posted on 2/7/19

Deepest condolences to Liz and family for your tremendous loss.

 

Susan Cullen posted on 2/7/19

Liz and Family - I am so sorry for your loss. As one of the newer members of the Flushing Family, John accepted me with warmth, grace, and his God given awesome sense of humor. You have my deepest sympathies,

 

John Vanderbleek posted on 2/7/19

Prayers going out to the family and friends...thank you John for your service to your God, your family, business, and community...be thou at peace.

 

Gary Wilson posted on 2/7/19

Prayers to the family. Remember John clearly from cadet days and always appreciated his company even then as a young man. God Bless!

 

 

Karen Abrams Morena posted on 2/7/19

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with John's family. I grew up down the street from the Stewart family and have wonderful memories.

 

 

Jeanie Donovan posted on 2/7/19

John exemplified the Leadership Axiom: people don't care how much you know, until they know how much you care! John CARED, and his actions came from that level of genuine care. A privilege to have known and worked with him. My deepest condolences to his family.......Heaven welcomes and ANGEL home.

 

Jennifer Marchione posted on 2/7/19

The Stewart Family has been the best of friends to me as well as neighbors. John was a gentleman to all who knew him and a loving father and husband. He thought of others, always , before himself. In the 20 years we have been in relationship, I often remarked to his wife, “that he does everything right”. The memory that will stick out most for me will be... my car broke down. And John so graciously parked his Jaguar in my driveway and handed me the keys. He had no reservations when you needed him, he just automatically jumped in with both feet. John you were well loved and will be missed. I know Jesus has you. Xo

 

Angela Celestin posted on 2/7/19

Only the fondest memories of traveling with John through New York subways to be with employees at Citi. What a leader, what an inspiration, what a friend...I know you showing your cool dance moves in heaven. You will truly be missed. My condolences to your entire family. With love. Angela

 

 

Deborah A. Titone posted on 2/7/19

May he rest in peace and love forever in your hearts.

 

 

Michelle Solon - Citibank posted on 2/7/19

My deepest condolences on the loss of such a wonderful man. He will be forever in your hearts and the hearts of many

 

 

Stephanie McGuire posted on 2/6/19

My deepest sympathy to Elizabeth and family. I worked with your husband John at Citibank. He was a wonderful and gentle man. He will be truly missed.

 

Gary L. Stenzel posted on 2/6/19

John was in my Beast Barracks squad at West Point in the summer of 1974. I remember him as being a very thoughtful, low-key, sensitive and team-oriented classmate. He always put others before himself. It’s obvious those traits contributed to his success in the military and the many positions he held as a civilian, family man and philanthropist. I am proud to have known him, even for that brief period of time. God Bless John and his family.

 

Rob Milrod posted on 2/6/19

John encouraged me to move from Finance, where I supported him, into Sales where I reported directly to him, which gave me unique experience and a chance to work even more closely with him. John led with clear direction, utter fairness, did the right thing and put the employees first. I still quote him (whether he was quoting others or not), for example, judge others by how they treat others, not how they treat you. Fond memories and loads of laughs - John convinced the company to give him command of the corporate jet for the roll-out of the new comp plans; John wore a hula skirt at CitiStars Hawaii and asked Maura onstage in front of one thousand people, if the skirt made him look fat! We kept the retail team alive with quarterly dinners after he left Citi, all the way through July of 2018. I regret intensely that I neglected to set up what could have been our last quarterly retail team dinner for October 2018 - but so glad we kept in touch as regularly as we did. Larger than life for sure John - I will think of you often.

 

Steve Gorlick posted on 2/6/19

Our condolences go out to the Stewart family. After working with John for many years at Citibank, I know all will miss his sense of humor and kind manner. His legacy goes on through his family and all who worked with over the years. He will be missed.

 

 

Kathy & Michael Toburen posted on 2/6/19

Our deepest condolences to the entire family. This is such a terrible loss and John will be dearly missed. Sending many prayers for healing and strength in the difficult days ahead.

 

Deborah Jefferson posted on 2/6/19

My sincere sympathy to the entire Stewart family. I worked for John for much of my career as a branch manager. He was one of a kind. He led with knowledge, compassion, and humor, and brought out the best in everyone who knew him. He will be missed, always remembered with fondness and respect.

 

 

Dennis Scott posted on 2/6/19

Anytime a member of The Long Gray Line passes, thousands of hearts swell with sympathy. Such is the case with John. Know, all, that John represented himself proudly - and that he graciously embraced all who met him. To John: “Well done. Be at peace.” Our kindness thoughts are with those dear to him. D. Scott, USMA 1973

 

 

Anthony Genova & Family posted on 2/6/19

My condolences to the Stewart family on your loss.

 

 

Anthony Genova posted on 2/6/19

John you will missed by many , you helped so many people achieve their respected God given talent by such honor and class it simply cannot be measured. I learned so much from you while at Citibank as an employee and as a friend. You always stopped to say hello and took the time with me and so many others. " A heart is not judged by how much it loves but how much it is loved by others" and you were loved by thousands of people. God Bless you and you will always be in my prayers. Anthony Genova

 

Bill Forrester posted on 2/6/19

Big John. Be Thou at Peace.

 

Anna DeRosa posted on 2/6/19

My deepest sympathy to the Stewart family, John was a kind and wonderful man and will be remembered for that always. He will be sorely missed...

 

 

Moira Connolly posted on 2/6/19

I am devastated for the entire Stewart family. Wishing you all much comfort in your time of sorrow. Heaven now has a beautiful angel looking over each of you. R.I.P. John.

 

 

Amy Miller posted on 2/6/19

My deepest condolences to the family. I am so sorry for this great loss. John made the world a better place, he always thought of others. I will always remember his warmth, intelligence, amazing quick wit.

 

 

Marie Marcello posted on 2/6/19

I will never forget your kindness To the best boss I ever had Thank you so much

 

 

Marie Marcello posted on 2/6/19

I will never forget you and how kind you were to me The best boss I ever had in my entire career Thank you so much

 

Thomas Mayeski posted on 2/5/19

Teresa has told me a lot about you rest in peace

 

Dudney Sylla posted on 2/5/19

Sending my condolences to the entire family. A great father to an amazing person in Julie.

 

carol bergen posted on 2/4/19

so sorry to hear this sad news may gary rest in peace

 

 

Mary Ann Walters posted on 2/3/19

I met Paul's Dad only one time, years ago. He left me with a good feeling; he was kind, with a great sense of humor, a face that lit up the room when he smiled. His family is lucky to have had the gift of such a strong and loving man. I'm glad for my brother, Jim, that he had such a father-in-law in his life.

 

 

Peter G Kremelberg posted on 2/3/19

Sonny was well like by all out at Bayshore Billiards. He always treated me royally. He got a kick out of the times I called him 'Kid.' And nearly every time he came in carrying a cup of coffee, I asked him, "Sonny, did you get me my cappuccino today?" He will be genuinely missed. He was a sweet gentleman.

 

Carol Rizzi posted on 2/2/19

Dear Lynn and family, I’m so sorry to hear of your father’s passing. It’s hard to believe we met 9 years ago where I was fortunate to meet your mom and dad. You are a very sweet special person which is an the ultimate reflection or what a beautiful person your dad must have been since you are a product of your parents upbringing. We are all sad about this news - Dad always said what good times he and Leo had growing up. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. All our love, Ida and Dino Stefani Carol Rizzi

 

 

Colleen Bremer posted on 2/1/19

Dear Grandpa, we miss you so much already. You always put a smile on my face and made me feel so special. We will never forget you - your memory will never fade. Keira will hear all about you and know how wonderful her great grandpa was. Love you forever. - Colleen, Matt & Keira

 

Catherine posted on 2/1/19

My dear uncle, a hundred hearts would not be enough to hold all the love I have for you. I miss you dearly.

 

PaulandLouise klyap posted on 2/1/19

May you finally havePEACE. RIP

 

Peggy Donlon posted on 1/31/19

Going to really miss you Uncle Gene. You were a fun and caring uncle.

 

 

Patti Meade posted on 1/31/19

Rest in Peace Uncle Gene. You left behind a legacy of Kindness and Love. You will be remembered for your warm Heart and your Big Smile. Prayers and Hugs to the whole Daly Family.. xoxo

 

 

Lynne Allen posted on 1/31/19

You are in our hearts forever Dad! Thank you for the great memories!!

 

Lynne Allen posted on 1/31/19

Dad, We all miss you! May God hold you in the palm of his hand till we see you again .. We love you very much, are hearts are heavy and our faith is strong . RIP

 

Sarah posted on 1/31/19

I love you Grandpa!

 

 

Therese Fitzgerald posted on 1/31/19

My deepest sympathies to Joseph's mother Mary, his three sisters and all his friends.may you find Gods healing comfort in your loss

 

Charles and Dora Gembinski, Austin, TX posted on 1/31/19

We will remember Rose and her family in our prayers. Although we did not have much contact with her, we fondly remember her from past visits.

 

Your Friend posted on 1/31/19

Joe, I don't know where to start. Believe it or not I am sitting her crying. You are a great friend to everyone you met. I know when you did anything you gave your all. It was a pleasure working with you, even at ground zero when we worked side by side for many months. You are an American Hero. See you in Heaven. PS Maybe we can play pepper and have a caught one day.

 

John Lynch posted on 1/30/19

Gene Daly, Great career, great athlete, great Christian, great frien, great family - a great life

 

Love, Kathy & Dom posted on 1/30/19

Dear Mark & Family, So sorry for your loss. Rest in peace Joyce. Remember the sock story to John and you both will have a great laugh!!!! God Bless.

 

Patrice Banahan posted on 1/30/19

When Dave and Maureen got married in September 1990, we were so happy to be joined with the Daly Family. That Christmas Mr. Daly made Christmas ornaments with our names for all of our families: every sibling, every spouse, every grandchild! I still have those ornaments!

 

Christine Berner posted on 1/30/19

Loving Uncle and Godfather. So many great memories. You will always be in my heart.

 

 

Ginny and Tom Hughes and family posted on 1/30/19

God bless dear Mr. Daly.

 

Christine Berner posted on 1/30/19

Loving Uncle and Godfather. So many great memories. You will always be in my heart.

 

Mickey posted on 1/30/19

First I would like to thank everyone for being here today to pay his or her respects to my Pop Benjamin Marotti. He would be so overwhelmed with joy to see his family and friends here today. My Pop was one of the most selfless and determined man you would ever come across. I'm so very bless that I was able to wake up every morning to my Pop for 15 years. My Pop was the type of person who would go out looking better than I did half the time. He had a very serious relationship with his hair. His hair was very important to him and I could be glad to say at the end his hair still looked pretty damn good. When searching through my Pop's phone I found articles of cures and studies for cancer. He was so determined to beat the disease and he did everything he could he put himself through radiation, chemo and even drank this tea that use to smell so bad to beat it and even in the end if he didn't think so he did a pretty damn good job. My fondest memory even though it wasn't the best situations was actually this Christmas when my Pop actually said goodbye to everyone and I thought to play Frank Sinatra to smooth things down since he would always ask me how to play it on his phone yet in my mind I didn't know I had probably chosen one of the worst song "My Way" and you would probably realize if you know the song why that was bad timing yet my Pop and Ma had reassured me I had nothing to be sorry about and he was still tapping his feet and singing underneath his breath and as a family we just sat with him and listened to all of Sinatra's hits and I hope he is doing that right now in heaven. I Love you forever Pop

 

 

frank nappi posted on 1/30/19

REST IN. PEACE JOYCE. MY PRAYERS APRE WITH YOUR FAMILY. GOD BLESS!L

 

Billy Dugal posted on 1/30/19

Joey, Marine, detective, my brother/cousin, died at 911, didn't know it. Gonna miss him very,very much

 

Jimmy Roman posted on 1/30/19

Joey always brought a smile to my face and had a great story to tell. I will always remember him and miss the chats we had over the years.

 

Robet F. Smith posted on 1/30/19

God Bless

 

 

Robet F. Smith posted on 1/30/19

So sorry for your loss

 

Marcello Vacchio posted on 1/30/19

Our deepest sympathy. Prayers to the family. Marcello & Patty Vacchio

 

Walter Lenski posted on 1/30/19

Joe was a cops cop.i had the pleasure of working with him in nsu#2 and 10pct.he will be missed by all.

 

Sara Szanto posted on 1/29/19

Dear Lynne and the Allen Family, My deepest sympathy and condolences for your loss. Love, prayers and hugs.

 

Denis Voge posted on 1/28/19

I can't imagine a world with Ronnie in it. My childhood memories of my cousin and his brothers still bring a smile to my heart. The Ridgewood fun we had, off out to Long Island when it was wild and then on to Wildwood for learning to swim and more mischief. I am sure Ronnie and my brother Charlie are hanging out together in the heavens. Peace to your whole family.

 

 

Rose Dresher posted on 1/28/19

My grandma lived a beautiful, loving, faith filled life. She spent years helping out at her local church, worked as an Avon sales lady for over 30 years and is a mother to 5 children, Carol, Pam, Edward, Robert and John. She loved Disney, cats and Mallowmars more than anything in the world. She loved to sew and cook, and used to make dresses for dolls that were donated to the church. She was a kind and wonderful woman and I am so blessed to have had her as my grandmother. She will be dearly missed

 

 

Tom and Annmarie Smith posted on 1/28/19

God Bless you Uncle Pete

 

 

Tom Siesto posted on 1/28/19

God Bless you!

 

 

Carolynn Matulewicz posted on 1/28/19

Our deepest sympathy on the loss of a great man who we have so many wonderful memories of and shared many good times together. The Family of James and Sally Vota

 

Carol Gulotta Sottili posted on 1/28/19

Dear Pam, Edward & John, I am so sorry. Your mom was a big part of my life growing up. Many hours were spent at your house. My mom feels very badly that she could not attend the memorial service or the funeral mass, but she has been ill. I have lost your contact info, so please get in touch with me at sottilic@gmail.com. Thinking of you, Carol Gulotta

 

Park Avenue Faculty posted on 1/28/19

The faculty of Park Avenue School in North Bellmore is sorry about your loss. Ms. King is remembered fondly in the district, and we will keep you in our thoughts.

 

Annmarie Rizzo Smith posted on 1/28/19

Dear Aunt Marie, Gina, Valerie and your families Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. We love you all and have so many happy memories of spending Sunday afternoons together when we were kids. My father now not only has my Mom with him but one of his best friends in Heaven. Love always, Annmarie, Ellen, Joanne and the our families

 

 

Martin Shepherd posted on 1/27/19

Uncle Leo, A kind man and a gentleman. The epitome of a man from, "The Greatest Generation". Who indeed did his part and more to make it Great. Godspeed Sir.

 

Martin Shepherd posted on 1/27/19

I offer my deepest and heartfelt condolences at this time during your great loss. I will forever hold fond memories of "Uncle Leo". He was truly a kind man and the epitome of a gentleman.

 

 

Sandra posted on 1/27/19

My condolences to the family. Please be comforted by the Bible's promise of the resurrection. John 5:28,29, Acts 24:15.

 

Michele Bartolo posted on 1/27/19

Fred was a friendly and kind gentleman. He had so many friends at the Senior center in Brady park. He will be missed greatly. May he Rest In Peace. - Michele Bartolo

 

Cathy Kelley posted on 1/25/19

My heart is filled with such sadness for you right now, Connie! May all of your precious memories through the years of happiness you shared together be a great source of comfort and healing for you. Bob was a wonderful man. He will be missed! You’ll remain in my thoughts! Much love to you! xo

 

 

Cathy Kelley posted on 1/25/19

Through this time of sadness, my memory of Bob will always be one of happiness! Although I didn’t get to see him often, the times that I did, were always filled with laughter, love and kindness....he always made me smile! What a wonderful memory to hold in my heart!

 

Gloria Gould-Wessen posted on 1/25/19

My condolences to you Chip and James, and to Deb's extended family and friends. While I didn't know Deb well, our families were intertwined, as she was my dear sister-in-law Penny's bestie. Over the years I got to spend time with your mom. I know her as smart, dedicated, and fiercely protective of those she held dear. I loved her humor and appreciated her determination, particularly in her later years as she forged new beginnings, and at the end, faced grave challenges. I hope your grief will be punctuated with sweet memories of your mom that will eventually be the picture that remains in your heart. Sent with our love, Gloria & Gary

 

Marie Tessitore posted on 1/24/19

My deepest sympathies to Linda & family on the passing of your Dad. Love Mrs T

 

 

Liesl Hall-Grant ( Risk Manager NYP Queens) posted on 1/24/19

Condolences to Andrea's family and friends. Your vibrant spirit will live on.

 

Christine Wood, RN posted on 1/23/19

I will never forget the kindness Andrea showed me when my mother was sick. I was very sad to hear of her passing. Deepest sympathy to the Angelo family , sending you prayers and love. Be free my friend. RIP.

 

 

Lee Gloffke posted on 1/22/19

Laura, you have our sympathy and condolences on the passing of your Grandfather. Our prayers are with you and your family during your time of sorry. The Gloffke Family

 

Leslie Mace posted on 1/22/19

Remembering your terrific smile and your contagious laugh...Rest peacefully, Deb.

 

Flora Cuevas-Farkas RN posted on 1/22/19

You will be missed very deeply! My heart hurts knowing that your not here with us, but I am blessed that I had the pleasure and previlage working with you. May you be the guardian angel that you were and will continue to be.

 

Francine Messina posted on 1/22/19

Deborah King was the person who hired me along with Mr. Planz. What I remember about her was how comfortable she made me feel when I was getting interviewed. A few years later I was going to be excessed and it was Mrs. King who came running out of her office when she heard me getting upset to tell me that I still had my benefits until the end of the year. She spoke with me a few minutes and calmed me down. I will never forget that as Assistant Superintendent, how she cared enough to come out of her office to speak with me as I did not know she was even in her office. I will keep her in my prayers and pray that she finds peace with God and that you and your family find peace knowing that she is safe.

 

Lil Bernstein posted on 1/22/19

Deb was a funny, bright and thoughtful person. May her family and friends find peace in knowing that they were a part of such a wonderful person's life.

 

 

Audrey Kerzner posted on 1/22/19

Rest in peace

 

Pat and Margaret Layde posted on 1/21/19

Our condolences to you and your family at this sad time.

 

Michael Martucci posted on 1/21/19

Deb was an independent spirit. One of my first memories of her was that she rode her own Harley Davidson Motorcycle, at a time when it was rare for a woman to ride alone. Deb was a fair minded Administrator, who treated all of the staff equally, She was a pleasure to know and work for, she was a true friend.

 

Laura Neville posted on 1/20/19

Deb was my principal at Dinkelmeyer. She was a compassionate, smart, funny, honest person. Not only was she a supportive administrator, but she also reached out to me during a challenging time of my life. She will be missed. May she be at peace now.

 

Nicholas Assande posted on 1/20/19

I was hired and worked for Dr. King. She was supportive and caring. A great role model for educators. Rest In Peace!

 

Mary Calia posted on 1/20/19

RIP one of the nicest people

 

Mary Calia posted on 1/20/19

I’m so sorry she was one of the sweetest , she cared , she listened and helped RIP

 

gail satler posted on 1/20/19

we shared an important part of our lives as roommates and friends and so you will always be part of me. My love and prayers to your sons and to Ed and Jim and their families. With love and peace Deb. gail

 

 

Jo Anne McHugh posted on 1/20/19

I will miss you my friend.

 

Pam Maxon posted on 1/20/19

Rest in peace, Debbie. Fondly remembering our times at Stony Brook and our trip to St. Kitts. Hugs to your boys and their families.

 

 

TAC posted on 1/20/19

Rest In Peace Deb! Your boys did a good job caring for you, which is a tribute to your love for them. I know how proud you are of them and that you will forever watch over them. God speed!

 

Loraine Sartorius Izzo posted on 1/19/19

Dear Gae and family, My Mom and I just passed your family home and then we saw the obituary for your Mom. We are so so sorry for your loss. Your Mom was always so sweet and kind with a ready smile for everyone. Please accept our deepest condolences. We will always remember her. God Bless. Loraine Sartorius Izzo (320 Grover)

 

Samantha posted on 1/18/19

Since my father has been sick , I have spent a lot of time with him. Most of it was spent in New York traffic going to doctors, chemo radiation other times fixing a computer that was not really broken (and researching himbjow to use the non-broken computer) He would say to me you are the only one who will sit and teach me (again and again). I told him if I can teach kindergartens how to use a computer I can teach you. I promised myself that I would cheerish all the time we spent. Not take it for granted our long drives if he wanted to listen to Frank Sanatra we did , I taught him to use YouTube and spoke about the good old days. Our family has great memories growing up! We were raised in an large Italian family . Our grandparents Mickey and Sal were wonderful. They taught all of us that family is first. Not only did they believe it they lived it . Their house was always filled with family, food, love and laughter. Any given holiday , specIl occasion or just Sunday dinnertheor door was always open to family and friend and friends that became family. Sometimes up to 70 people would be in their house. They would be eating macaroni, meatballs and gravy and celebrating family. Most of all Older generation has past but their memories live on for most of this in this room. My father in-law told my husband , Italian families are not like ours (Irish). He told on any special occasion you will know who the hierarchy of the family is by where they sit. The elder are always at the head of the table. We all knew that one day we the cousins would sit at the head of the table. My father has joined those who held their seats at the head of the table. That table in heaven is quite full with his grandparents, parents , brother , uncles , aunts , cousins. I know that everyone has been saving a seat for my dad , so they have Sunday dinner. On Monday my grandmother finished the macaroni and gravy and everyone is enjoying dads welcome home feast. I can hear my grandma saying Gravy is done ! Now Manjia ! Our memories of dad and this who are sharing his meal are alive in our hears and we cherish all those memories. We love you and miss you all!

 

Kelly Matte posted on 1/17/19

I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this sad time.

 

 

Valerie Broderick posted on 1/16/19

thinking and sending loving thoughts Love Valerie and Family

 

 

Pattie and Jr. posted on 1/16/19

So very sorry for your loss. We are here for you and we are saying prayers. Love you Nicole

 

 

Suzanne ONeill posted on 1/16/19

Every time I walked into your front door I saw your Mom in the kitchen. Dressed to the nines of course. Usually cooking something extraordinary. There was no getting past her watchful eyes. I am so glad for you your parents had such a long life.

 

Getard posted on 1/16/19

A great friend and a great person. He was always there when you needed to talk with a friend. He will be missed and I know he is resting now in a better place. Rest In Peace Kevin.

 

 

Ellen Alva posted on 1/16/19

I have known Benny since I was a little girl. He was just such a nice man and will always remember him

 

Barbara Caldiero posted on 1/16/19

Dear Sam & Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I know how hard this must be. You and your family will support and comfort each other! God and your love will guide you through. Love you, Barbara

 

 

Nicole posted on 1/16/19

RIP Dad. We love and miss you already! You will forever be in my hearts!

 

Marianne Tickner Franklin posted on 1/15/19

To all of us that have great words or thoughts of Buff. He is doing fine. As long as I can remember there was always Buff. May you be resting in peace with my brother Patrick and sister Sharon! Yes , for sure you are laughing and having a grand time together in eternity with our savior, Jesus Christ! Miss my forever in my heart home, and the people we have lost, Massapequa ‘

 

Lucia Fox posted on 1/15/19

Dear Mrs McGill and family, We are praying for your family that God will ease your sadness and heal your broken hearts. After knowing your dad through you Sam we know he is a very much loved man. How blessed he has been by you all and you all by him. Sending our love and deepest sympathy, The Fox Family

 

 

Pearl abrams posted on 1/15/19

Forever eternal life somewhere over the rainbow Benny will always be remembered , love u all kathy, Samantha, nicole, Desiree and Danielle , Beautiful loving family. My loving friends always , pearl and larry ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Rene Bosy posted on 1/15/19

Im so sorry for your loss :-(

 

 

Rene Bosy posted on 1/15/19

My condolences to you and your family.

 

Erin O’Malley posted on 1/14/19

Dear Samantha and Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I pray that God blesses and comforts your family.

 

Erin O’Malley posted on 1/14/19

Dear Samantha and Family, My thoughts and prayers are with during this time. May God bless you and bring you peace.

 

Ena Leiba posted on 1/14/19

Hi Sam, My thoughts and prayers are with you and family during this time. May loving memories remain and peace sustain your family.

 

Maria Clifford posted on 1/14/19

Dear Sam and family, Your dad will be with you always in spirit, in your hearts, and in your memories. Cherish each one. With deeoest sympathy, Maria

 

 

Molly and Madison posted on 1/14/19

We pray that your family gains the strength to hold each other up during this tough time and we pray that your father is reunited with his parents to enjoy the gravy that has been patiently waiting for him. He is no longer in pain, yet the pain is now laid upon your shoulders and we only hope that this pain is slowly swept away with happier times shared with him. We love you and are here for you anytime of the day.

 

Tourville posted on 1/14/19

Rest Well, Cadet

 

 

Tim and Deb Cogan posted on 1/14/19

Uncle Benny, Rest with the angels... You are loved and will be missed

 

Tania from Switzerland posted on 1/14/19

I have no words to say how sorry I am to hear this terrible news and no words will reduces your lost but may I send you from Switzerland all my deepest condolences to all of you. May he Rest In Peace. With all my love. Tania

 

 

Debra A. Zaher posted on 1/14/19

God Bless You Uncle Paul. Rest in Paradise. My Prayers and Love To All Your Loved Ones. Love To Aunt Joyce,Keith and Joseph and your Beauitful Grandchildren and Your Niece Patricia Who loved you more than you know with love The Zaher Family

 

James A. Coppolo posted on 1/11/19

I also had the honor and privilege to work for Chief Willis as a Police Trainee in the late 60's/early 70's in Patrol Boro Manhattan South (when he was a Deputy Inspector). He truly was a role model for the impressionable Police Trainees that worked in PBMS. And we learned from him "Integrity, Honesty & a solid work ethic as everyone of the Trainees working there advanced beyond the rank of Police Officer. Rest in Peace Chief....... Det.2nd Grade Jim Coppolo

 

Jack Hawthorne posted on 1/11/19

I had the privilege to work for the "Chief" during his tenure in Manhattan South Boro in the 70's. he was tough but fair. He was truly old school. He was very knowledgeable about all facets of the job. He was trul a "Chief " of men. God bless you.

 

 

Maria hendrickson posted on 1/10/19

Uncle Carmen was always there for me to talk to whenever I was having problems with a boyfriend. He'd take me out in his Alfa Romeo sports car to go get ice cream and I always felt much better afterwards. He'll be greatly missed!

 

Tom Lubiski posted on 1/10/19

Very sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my family’s prayers.

 

Mary Anne (Denise) Dennison posted on 1/9/19

Carl, my sincerest condolences to you and your family on the loss of your father.

 

Chris Greenleaf posted on 1/9/19

So sorry for your loss.

 

Kenneth Lee posted on 1/9/19

Thoughts and prayers to the Guecia family.

 

John Chase posted on 1/9/19

So sorry to read this. We were at NYMA together. My deepest condolences.

 

Ken Seda posted on 1/9/19

Never met Eugene. It's always hard to see one of our own Alumni pass away. Deepest sympathies for his family and friends. Sincerely, Ken Seda NYMA Class of 1977 Battalion 2nd Captain

 

Vince Joy posted on 1/8/19

Gene & I were great friends while at NYMA. He was a terrific person - I called him "pound for pound when he was playing football for NYMA. I am deeply saddened at our loss & my deepest condolences to his family!

 

Chris Dee posted on 1/8/19

Great Cadet at NYMA. Good friend. Great person. I live in Massapequa and tried to find Gene for years. Sorry we did not meet up. Condolences to the family. So young.

 

Linda Dobias Dombroski posted on 1/8/19

Very sad news. Rest In Peace cadet from NYMA. Toujours pret.

 

Billy Apt posted on 1/8/19

Gene was my friend at NYMA. He was warm, funny, smart, endearing: a tough kid without a mean bone in his body. And he was an inspiration. I am so sorry.

 

Harry M Judge posted on 1/8/19

Have very fond memories of Gene at NYMA. So sorry to learn of his passing.

 

Jack Serafin '66; VP Regiment of Graduates NYMA, posted on 1/8/19

On behalf of the Graduates of the New York Military Academy, I offer my most sincere condolences of the Regiment. Rest in Peace Cadet.

 

 

Sara Anderson posted on 1/8/19

He looks like that he was a great brave man. I am so sorry for your loss and I am here for the family. I am praying for your family and Robert.

 

Janice Goettler-Donohue posted on 1/7/19

So sorry and shocked to hear about this..Robbie and I were childhood friends and neighbors back in the day when Jimmy Jordan was still in town if you can remember. those days . We spent many a Halloween egg and shaving creaming one another! Truly a sad day and I am so sorry for the family's loss.

 

Dina Landau Garza posted on 1/7/19

So sad to hear about this. We were HS friends and neighbors. I can still see you in your blue Lemans

 

Lisa Meyer-Coco posted on 1/7/19

I'm so very sorry to hear of Robbie's passing. I remember his infectious smile and caring heart. RIP Berner Bison, you are forever in our hearts

 

Elizabeth Marie Detweiler posted on 1/6/19

The only words I can summarize my mother is pure unconditional love.

 

Deb Zubko posted on 1/6/19

So sorry to hear about her passing, I will always remember her coming down the block and sitting on the steps talking with my mom and also the fabulous block parties. Rest in peace, my thoughts and prayers are with the Carroll family.

 

Christine Meier posted on 1/6/19

My very deepest sympathy and sorrow on the passing of my son Scott Meier`s very best friend Rob Altenburger.They remained best friends for all of 58 years. God bless.

 

Michael, Anna Bogun and family posted on 1/6/19

Our deepest condolences to the family. May God Bless you in this difficult time and Always. You are in our prayers.

 

Marlp and Jo Vandiver posted on 1/6/19

Thoughts and Prayers to you all for comfort and peace at this difficult time from Marlo and Jo Vandiver at Saint Francis Univ.

 

Walter Leszczynski and family posted on 1/6/19

My Deepest Condolences to the family, You are both in our prayers .

 

 

Jean Giles Anderson posted on 1/6/19

My deepest condolences to the family my prayers are with u all @ this most difficult time !! May they both Rest In Peace

 

Jean Giles Anderson posted on 1/6/19

My deepest condolences to the family praying for u all @ this most difficult time

 

 

Tommy and rachel posted on 1/5/19

We are deeply sorry for your loss. Love you always

 

Ann Bomleny posted on 1/5/19

Our deepest sympathies and condolences to the Russo family. Our prayers are with you all.

 

Tracy Borchers posted on 1/5/19

My thoughts, prayers and love are with you and your family during this unimaginable loss. Always here for you Renee!

 

Bill Hogan posted on 1/5/19

Our condolences and prayers to the entire Russo family

 

 

Jennifer Stalzer posted on 1/5/19

In loving memory of a beautiful woman Helen

 

Jennifer Stalzer posted on 1/5/19

I am so very sorry for the loss. Helen was always so kind to me. I will remember her sweet smile & her vibrant spirit. She was one of the nicest, most caring, loving, giving, considerate, accepting & thoughtful people I knew. She will be missed by so many.

 

Joanne Piccione posted on 1/5/19

RIP Maria and Brooke. Prayers to all in this difficult time.

 

Ed Dolan posted on 1/5/19

My condolences to the Russo family. I will always remember you as one of the funniest guys I know. You will be missed & always remembered.

 

The Donelson Family posted on 1/4/19

Sending much love and prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Laura Ciavarella-Sanchex posted on 1/4/19

You were a beautiful light, a gift to all who knew you and to your family. May God gather you in his arms and welcome you and your granddaughter to eternal peace.

 

Jo and Tom posted on 1/4/19

I will always remember the day we meet over 30 years ago after we moved into the Villas. Through the years you and Joe were our dear friends and we miss you so much . There is a big hole in my heart. Give our love to Joe.

 

The Bria family posted on 1/4/19

Our deepest condolences to the entire Russo family. Even though we’re lost touch over the years we will never forget Richie, you were a great friend and loving husband and father. May god bless you

 

 

Begoña Parente posted on 1/4/19

May you both rest in peace. Heaven has gained another 2 angels. Prayers for healing for your families and friends during this hard time and the hard times yet to come.

 

Maylan Studart posted on 1/4/19

Peter and Renee, my heart bleeds with yours. I'm so sorry you have to experience this and pray to G-d He heals your wounds. I take solancd in knowing they are in heaven and in a better world now. G-d bless the Schillizzi family and protect them from harm.

 

 

Maria D’Ambrosio posted on 1/4/19

Was a pleasure knowing you for 35 plus years I will never forget

 

Liz Cuadrado & Family posted on 1/4/19

My deepest condolences during this time. I know this is so hard; I'm praying for strength for you and your families, guidance, healing, and support.

 

 

NANCY SCOPO posted on 1/4/19

A great person to work with. Rest in Peace

 

LENNY FISHMAN posted on 1/4/19

I WORKED WITH RICHIE AT HLA, HAD SOME GOOD TIMES PLAYING RACQUET BALL RIP RICH YOU'LL BE MISSED

 

Zuzanna Bak with family posted on 1/3/19

Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. We offer you our thoughts, prayers and well-wishes during this dark time in your life. May God give you and your family the peace that you seek.

 

Chantal Diaz posted on 1/3/19

No words that I can think of will suffice right now. I am thinking of you and your family and sending love and my deepest condolences.Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the memories forever hold in your hearts.

 

Mercedes Molloy posted on 1/3/19

Our family sends our condolences and will keep you in our prayers. Michele was such a kind spirit, May your fond memories help during this time of sorrow.

 

 

Mercedes Molloy posted on 1/3/19

Michele - I will always remember you and all the fun times we had! You were such a great friend and always cared so much ❤️ Rest In Peace

 

Barbara Cooney posted on 1/3/19

I have never met Maria Karpinski but know her spirit through her daughters. I know that she taught them to be kind, empathetic, strong and thoughtful. I know that she was supportive, mon- judgementsl and quick-witted. Theresa and Renee are the friends, colleagues, wives and mothers they are because of the example of their beloved Babchi. Their loss is beyond what should be born, but The legacy their mother left shines on in her extraordinary daughters.

 

 

Mary/Joe DAmbrosio posted on 1/3/19

When we think of Richie, we see his smiling face and how he always took the time to ask us how we were and how our kids were- and that he was truly interested in what we had to say. This is the memory we will carry in our hearts. RIP Richie-know you are loved

 

 

Wanda Zebrowski posted on 1/3/19

Our deepest condolences for family

 

Wanda Zebrowski posted on 1/3/19

Wandaz3333@yahoo.com

 

 

Machowski Family posted on 1/3/19

RIP:(

 

Ross Giordano posted on 1/3/19

So many memories at HLA. There wasn't a day gone by where he didn't make me laugh.RIP my friend and may God keep you.

 

Michael Duffy posted on 1/2/19

The moment the Carrolls moved to Elm Place the neighborhood changed for the better and our beloved Cindy was a big part of it. I will always think of her as generous, warm,funny, loving and welcoming. Some of my most wonderful childhood memories will be of her. She inspired happiness in everyone wherever I saw her. What a gift! What a loss! God bless you, Cindy. Thanks for the memories and I look forward to seeing you again someday.

 

Lucy Accardo posted on 1/2/19

Our deepest condolences to your entire families during this indescribably painful time. May the Lord cover you with comfort and love and remind you that He is at your side through this dark time. You are surrounded by the love and support of family, friends and strangers who have been heartbroken alongside you as this story has touched us and shattered us to the core. We are praying for your family. That you may find peace and unity. Cast all of your anxieties on Him, because he cares for you. 1 Peter 5:7 (ESV)

 

 

Rich Cucharo posted on 1/2/19

My condolences to the Russo family. Rich was my coworker at HLA for many years. He was a wonderful person.

 

Amie posted on 1/2/19

Anthony - Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. Sending our deepest condolences ❤️

 

Carla and Ronald Roy posted on 1/2/19

Anthony our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are always with you

 

Erin Duffy posted on 1/2/19

I am deeply sorry for your loss. My family and I send our sympathies and condolences to you during this time of grief.

 

Ginny Kowal posted on 1/2/19

So sorry to hear the news. I worked as a school nurse with Helen for many years and always found her to be kind, thoughtful and very bright. My condolences to her family.

 

 

Joseph Sciortino posted on 1/2/19

In loving memory of a wonderful neighbor. Rest in peace...

 

Sallyann Seijo posted on 1/2/19

Aunt Pat and family, so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always. May happy memories and Michele's peace in heaven bring you comfort. I Love you, Sally and family

 

 

John and Cathy Petoske posted on 1/2/19

So terribly sorry that you have left us. Our neighborhood will surely miss you. May God Bless your soul. Our deepest condolences to Joanne and her family

 

Maria Bak with family posted on 1/2/19

My heart is breaking. She was the best , lovely and very religion person. Matka Boza byla zawsze z nia. Modlilysmy sie razem w Kolku Rozancowym. Rozaniec . ktory zostawila dla nas bedzie przykladem jej zycia .Ona kocchala swoje wnuki i wnuczki ponad zycie. Sending our prayers, love , deepest sympathy and condolences for family. RIP Marysia and Brooke. Spoczywajcie w Pokoju.

 

Leah Amante posted on 1/2/19

I wish there were words to take away the pain. Maria and Brooke were truly beautiful souls. Maria always made everyone feel like a part of your family, and she shared so much love. Brooke a beautiful star taken far too soon. I can’t believe they are gone and I can’t begin to understand how much it hurts. I’m truly very sorry and I wish I could make the pain go away. Know that you are loved, and that we are all here to give you the support that you need.

 

Viju Mathew posted on 1/2/19

It's find of funny when these things happen to "good people" and little children, we tend to look up towards the heavens and ask God, WHY? Being a father of three great kids, I have learned that God has a time and place for everyone and everything in this world. Having lost a 4 month younger brother many years ago, I still to this day think of him and know deep inside that he is with God, no one can hurt him and nothing can touch him. Luke 23:43 says, And he said to him, “Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise.” Rest in Peace and May the God of Peace and Love be with the family as they mourn this terrible loss and may the souls of the faithful departed Rest in peace, we sincerely pray!

 

DAN COGLIANO posted on 1/2/19

Ronnie was a dear friend and client for over 4 decades. My entire family will miss him dearly and our heart goes out to Joanne and family. Rest in peace my friend With love Dan Cogliano

 

Chris & Tony Tufano posted on 1/2/19

Our deepest sympathy for this tragic loss. May all the beautiful memories help you through this difficult time....heaven has gained two new Angels.

 

 

Keri Lynch posted on 1/2/19

We will all miss you. You were a amazingly sweet lady. I always knew how to make someone smile. You had a true heart of gold. Your memories will always live within us all.

 

 

Debi Diaz posted on 1/2/19

May you both Rest In Peace and the angels watch over you

 

Meme and Doug Weston posted on 1/2/19

Anthony, sincere condolences to you and your family. So very sorry for your sudden and unexpected loss. Our prayers and love are with you.

 

Melissa Taft and Family posted on 1/2/19

My heart is breaking for your family as I can't imagine the level pain this tragedy has faced you with. You will be in our thoughts and prayers and have our deepest condolences for your loss. May they rest in peace and live forever in your hearts

 

 

Debra Andrews-Ullaury posted on 1/2/19

Sending my prayers love and sympathy for your family. I Love you Teresa and Renee.

 

Shiji Mathew posted on 1/1/19

My deepest sympathies and condolences ! May their souls RIP

 

 

Shiji Mathew posted on 1/1/19

Condolences and prayers. May your souls RIP

 

Linda Farmer posted on 1/1/19

I met Helen as a new neighbor 53 years ago when I was 10....during the great black out. We played tennis together and she was one of my parents' closest friends. God bless to a very special lady.

 

Linda Helmus posted on 1/1/19

Helen and I met almost 40 years ago, when we worked at a pediatric office together. A friendship quickly developed between us, and our husbands as well. We had many wonderful times together, including an amazing trip to Paris, expertly planned in every detail by Helen. She handled her illness with grace, and was so thankful for all the loving support provided by her wonderful family. Dear friend, our world will not be the same without you.

 

Suzanne Nicoletti posted on 1/1/19

Helen has been my friend since 1956, our first year of high school at Bishop McDonnell Memorial High School. She was my first and best ever “Lindy” partner. She was with me at the party when I met Jerry. We had so many good years to laugh and complain and cry together, mostly laugh. I was blessed to have her friendship. Helen, Rest In Peace.

 

Josephine Leuschner LEUSCHNER posted on 1/1/19

Helen was my first friend when we were 5 years old. We spent many hours together laughing when we were kids in my backyard and behind my father's store. Even as we grew older we could share the laughter together. I will miss you. So glad we were able to have a good visit in August. I will never forget you, old friend.

 

 

Deice & Ariella posted on 1/1/19

My deepest condolences to your family. I’m so sorry for your loss. All my prayers for your family

 

Josephine Leuschner LEUSCHNER posted on 1/1/19

joleusch1226@aol.com

 

 

Donna & Thomas Maczko and Family posted on 1/1/19

Our Deepest condolences on the loss of two beautiful angels. May they Rest In Peace

 

Patricia and James Curry posted on 1/1/19

Please know your families are in our prayers. May the Lord comfort you as you endure the your grief and loss

 

Anna and Frank Radics posted on 1/1/19

Our friendship goes back almost 40 years when we were scheduled to play a tennis match, it started to rain and we realized that we both had planned a Woodloch vacation for the same week. Several Woodloch vacations and numerous tennis games followed and a lasting friendship was born. Our fondest memory is that of a two-week California vacation 30 years ago with our younger sons, driving down the coastal highway. Helen we will miss you dearly.

 

The Kaeck family posted on 1/1/19

There are no words that can ever express the sorrow that will forever shroud the world for such a loss, but we will pray and continue to pray.

 

kathleen Donohoe Macleod posted on 1/1/19

Thank you Dennis. She really loved all of her family and has fond memories of you and your family.

 

 

Annemarie & Michael Fletcher posted on 1/1/19

We cannot even begin to understand what you are going through right now, but we would like to offer our prayers and condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Annemarie & Mike Fletcher posted on 1/1/19

We cannot even begin to understand what you are going through right now, but we would like to offer our prayers and condolences to you and your family.

 

Dorothy Brennan posted on 1/1/19

There are no words I could ever say to help heal your broken heart..yet my thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time

 

Patti Ziske posted on 1/1/19

Words can't express how deeply sorry I am for your families. May God watch over you and bring peace

 

 

Kenneth Hickis posted on 1/1/19

The Karpinski Family is such a loving, caring, religious family. We traveled to Fatima, Portugal with St. Hedwigs in 1997. Renata, my family has you and your family in our prayers. God, watch over little Brooke, and your Mom..

 

 

Katelyn Roy posted on 1/1/19

You will be forever loved & missed, and remain in our hearts forever! Love and miss you <3

 

 

Jennifer Sawyer posted on 1/1/19

With deepest condolences. We are so very sorry for the loss that your families have endured.

 

Dennis Lannon posted on 1/1/19

Helen was my 2nd cousin. Her parents took myself and my brothers Bill and Tom to one of the first big screen viewings of Bambi. They were all so warm and generous.

 

MaryAnn Arguelles posted on 12/31/18

Rest in peace Annette.

 

56 Hastings Drive Northport, NY 11768 posted on 12/29/18

Frank Grippi

 

Toni Palmarini posted on 12/28/18

Aunt Stella was the most beautiful person inside and out. My condolences to the family.

 

Susan Wells posted on 12/28/18

I only got to know you this past year at The YMCA pool Water Aerobics classes in Port Charlotte! We had the same bathing suit and called ourselves twins!! Loved your energy and awesome spirit!! You were an inspiration for many many people! Will miss you and I loved you dearly! Blessings to your lovely daughter Donna! My deepest sympathy to your entire family, Sue Wells

 

Lucille Ognibene posted on 12/27/18

To Lucille, Michael, Gabby, Carmela & Family, Great souls never ever part. They leave an impression on anyone, they come across. Everyone will remember Aunt Stella, as a beautiful lady, that she was. God bless you all, in this hour of grief. Love, Cousin Lucille

 

DEBBIE GIRALDO posted on 12/27/18

To The Malpiedi Family, Aunt Stella was a beautiful & kind soul. We all are deeply honored and blessed, to have had Aunt Stella, as our Aunt She will not be forgotten. May the fond memories of Aunt Stella, bring you comfort, during this trying period, in your lives. May God bless you all. Love, Debbie Palmarini Giraldo & Family.

 

Christina Grippi posted on 12/27/18

To the Entire Malpiedi Family, Aunt Stella has always held a special place in our hearts, especially with dear mom. She is with all of the family angels now - may she know lasting peace and love. Sending all of you our warmest hugs and hoping all of your wonderful memories bring you comfort right now. With much love, Christina Grippi

 

 

Margaret Apgar posted on 12/27/18

May you Rest In Peace! to know you was to love you and I was honored to do both! May the fond memories live on in our hearts until we all meet again.........❤️ My deepest sympathy to the family!

 

 

Thomas Barone posted on 12/27/18

In Memory of Anna Persichetti

 

 

Sharon Barone posted on 12/27/18

In Memory of Anna Persichetti

 

Paul Romano posted on 12/26/18

My good friend for many years. Played softball on Sunday’s went to Jet football games..our kids grew up together. I will never forget you Bill.... Paul

 

Blanche Bua posted on 12/26/18

I will miss you Jean. But I know you're with Joe, Frank, Cliff & Theresa playing cards. Blanche Bua

 

 

Beverley Frank posted on 12/25/18

Rest In Peace!

 

John Weber posted on 12/24/18

Met Billy aboard the USS Shangri-la in 68/69. Worked and drank side by side throughout the Mediterranean ports. Got back in touch with him in the last couple of years after a 45 year " leave ". Great guy.

 

Jo and Tom posted on 12/24/18

My heart is broken. Can't believe you are gone. I will always remember you My heart is broken. I will always hold in my heart all the love you and Joe showed us. You were our best friends. Thankfully the last few Saturday evenings we were able to spend time with you.

 

Michele (Goss) Kirsh posted on 12/22/18

Our deepest and hearfelt sympathies. May her memory be a blessing .

 

Pat Shea posted on 12/21/18

I always loved how you Dad Jo would run alongside the SPQ truck on July 4th and tell “ I love them Sweet Potato Queens!” I am so very sorry for your loss and do believe that he and your mother are watching from above.

 

 

Debbie posted on 12/21/18

Aunt Hilda, you were such a loving, beautiful, gentle spirited woman. I will always cherish your kind words that you shared with me.I can only imagine what it's like to be with the almighty Lord and his angels in the Heaven above, the beautiful clouds and rainbow skies.Enjoy and fly high my beautiful Aunt. Always & Forever

 

 

Frrancine Razzo-West posted on 12/21/18

Beth, Joseph, Noelle & Don, So sorry for your loss; your Mom will be missed everyday but know she is watching over you from Heaven. Sending you love and peace......

 

Karen Peirce posted on 12/19/18

My deepest sympathies go out to the Detweiler family. Artie would always say Hilda was a pioneer, a woman who was strong and determined all while being loving and kind. I pray for strength for Beth and Noelle during this difficult time. May Hilda rest in peace and let her light continue to shine on through her children and grandchild.

 

Bari Levy posted on 12/19/18

WONDERFUL GRANDMA!

 

Bari Levy posted on 12/19/18

WONDERFUL GRANDMA

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 12/19/18

To the Detweiler family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one Hilda. Very soon Jesus Christ will resurrect both the righteous and the unrighteous Acts 24:15; John 5:28, 29, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21: 1-5.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 12/19/18

To the Sutter family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one Marianna. Very soon Jesus Christ will resurrect both the righteous and the unrighteous Acts 24:15; John 5:28, 29, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5.

 

Grace Mignoli posted on 12/19/18

Oh Bruno I just wrote something special and cannot find it. I love and miss you and wish I was by you. I just couldn't be there. My heart hurts but I have to know you are at peace now. I will miss our conversations and laughs, I know that you know I will miss you. These past days have been hard for me I wanted to be with you but it would be too hard to say goodbye. And I won't say goodbye , we will all be together one day. Love you kiss Lorretta I know you are both happy now. So many people will be with you Momma will be so happy and Josie and all family and cousins and you meet your Dad. What a celebration that will be. You also left my beautiful neices and newphew and his family. You left a great legacy, I Love you, Your sister Grace and of course Vic also know the great man you are You will always be in my heart.

 

Grace Mignoli posted on 12/19/18

I have been with you in my heart and soul these days, I am so sorry that you left, the only consolation I feel is you are with Lorretta. I love you both, I have always been proud of you. Mama made an unbelievable soul. You have left a wonderful legacy with your children and grandchildren. I am so sad at this moment, I only know you are where you are suppose to be. We will all meet again. I love you deeply and will see your pictures and then I will feel close. You are in peace now, this was your wish and it has been given. The only hard thing is I can't hear your voice anymore. Till we are all together one day there will be no more tears only peace and happiness and all the love You Sister Grace,

 

Diane Terzakos posted on 12/18/18

On Sunday I was very saddened to hear about the loss of my beautiful cousin Hilda. I have know Hilda for over 58 years and during this time she was such a sweet and kind woman. Her daughters and grandson were always the love of her life for when she spoke of them she was happier than ever. My sincere condolences go out to Noelle, Elizabeth, Joseph all who knew and love her . May she Rest In Peace in God’s arms forever. ❤️

 

Debbie Lloyd posted on 12/18/18

I am so very sorry for your loss, my prayers and love for you and your family at this difficult time.

 

HH posted on 12/18/18

My deepest sympathy to the family and friends. May you find comfort in your memories together and in God and his word the Bible. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

Kathy Hammond posted on 12/18/18

I am so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. She helped me out so much when my Mother was sick, coming to visit as well as bringing Communion. She was a sweet lady. She will be missed by many.

 

Margaret Lambert-Doolittlr posted on 12/18/18

My heart aches for Hilda's daughters. Especially Noelle who is her clone Heaven has gained a beautiful angel. She is glorified in Heaven with her husband now I wish I could be there to say see you later Godspeed to find the strength to peace for her family

 

 

Karen Detweiler posted on 12/18/18

So sorry for your loss mom will always be with you sorry I can’t be with you hugs

 

Noelle posted on 12/18/18

Precious Mom ...I am in such disbelief that you are gone. I cry for you night and day. I know you have walked through the doors of heaven in a younger version of yourself into the arms of Jesus. I will miss you every moment of my life and look forward to seeing and holding you again.

 

 

Michelle posted on 12/17/18

Aunt Gert (Diane) was the first real feminist I had the pleasure to know. I remember her saying to me one summer day “you can walk through that door because I came before you and kicked it down.” She sure did! Thank you for being an inspiration and for demanding no less than what you deserved. You will be missed. - michelle

 

Liz posted on 12/17/18

Fran RIP Love and Miss you

 

Jane Genesi posted on 12/17/18

It is with unmeasurable grief that I write this today. Hilda was a beautiful strong women who was an exceptional hard worker and had a great sense of humor. It is truly tragic when someone's life is cut short and does not have an opportunity to enjoy their retirement or see their Grandchildren grow. We will all keep Hilda in our prayers and internally in our hearts. Let us strive to help each other during this difficult time as we reach out to Hilda's family with our most sincere condolences. Jane

 

Mickey Boyle posted on 12/17/18

In Honor Of Uncle Matty

 

Patricia & Lee Tredway posted on 12/16/18

Regina: Our sincere condolences on the death of your beloved mother. Patty & Lee

 

DAWN CALABRESE posted on 12/16/18

Thoughts, and Prayers with Aunt Ann and the Pianese family. Always giving, warm, and loving, Aunt Ann will always hold a special place in our hearts. LOVE

 

 

Marilyn & George Calabrese posted on 12/16/18

We will miss you Anna....may Gods light shine upon you and you are now at Peace....In our HEARTS forever❣

 

Mary Jo Chandonnet posted on 12/15/18

Thinking of all of you. My Deepest Sympathies.

 

Vernon Wall and family posted on 12/15/18

Sincere condolences to the Pianese family.

 

Susan Sturgess posted on 12/15/18

Diana was a wonderful lady and a beautiful spirit. My mom traveled the world with her, and when they could no longer travel they spoke on the phone every Monday for 40 years. It is a great loss to my mom, and to our family. May she rest in peace. Sending love to the family. Susie.

 

Stephen Laurie & Alexander posted on 12/15/18

My beloved Aunt Anna you will always hold a special place in our Hearts’ I am so thankful to have had you in my life. So many great memories growing up. Your compassion patience and humor will never be forgotten.

 

Rob Davis posted on 12/15/18

Opinionated, brash, and endearing all the same. Aunt Gert was a good egg. I’m glad I knew her. Much love from NC, Rob “Robby” Davis

 

 

Rhonda J Cairns posted on 12/15/18

So sorry for your loss Alyson and family.

 

 

The Bissetta Family posted on 12/15/18

Our deepest condolences to the Pianese Family

 

Bobby Carrese posted on 12/14/18

So very sorry to hear about Uncle Jerry. Just thinking of Christmas day at Aunt Fran and Aunt Flo's house with all of the family there. Some great memories.

 

 

Rubene Mueller posted on 12/13/18

May your Memory be eternal

 

 

Carol Peterkins posted on 12/12/18

Rest In Peace Peg

 

 

Carol Peterkins posted on 12/12/18

RIP

 

Carol Peterkins posted on 12/12/18

Rest In Peace

 

Frederick Franke posted on 12/12/18

Great picture of Richie.It is how I remember him. He was a great friend of me and my family and we will miss him dearly.

 

Chip & Sharon Albion posted on 10/31/18

We will never forget the many fun times we shared throughout the years. The fishing, camping, and sharing meals. Willy left quite a mark on our hearts. R. I. P dear friend.

 

Karin Wanag posted on 10/31/18

Thanks to WIllie for all the years running the Surfcasters Poster Contest at the Montauk Fall Festival. The kids really love it and he made it so special.

 

EDWARD J BARTON posted on 10/31/18

A good and trusted friend

 

EDWARD J BARTON posted on 10/31/18

Dennis has been a friend for a very long time. Not the kind of friend you see or talk to every day - but the kind that makes it fell that way every time you meet. From the times he would ask me to give his little girls a call and talk to them as a special character - to the day I retired he was always a breath of fresh air. A serious and productive Agent, and a happy, loving family man. I am sure that when he arrives at the gates of heaven there will be a sign that says "céad míle fáilte, Denis" Welcome home, Dennis.

 

Maria Sheikh posted on 10/31/18

Rest In Peace Grandma Rose. You will be truley missed.

 

Maria Sheikh posted on 10/31/18

You will be missed Grandma Rose! Alex, Adri, Crystal and I were very blessed to have you in our lives! You will be truly missed!! May you Rest In Peace....

 

Donna and Vic Vientos posted on 10/31/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all! Dennis was a loving, compassionate, kind man who was truly dedicated to his family,friends, country and anyone who was touched by him ! Heaven gained an Angel !

 

RIchard Crock posted on 10/31/18

Dennis loved his family, friends and country. He served all with distinction. May God bless the entire McCarthy Family.

 

Alfred R. DAnca posted on 10/31/18

Dennis was one of the most unassuming and honest fellows I have known. A real person. We served together in Eastern District's Federal Probation Department. He spoke often of his wife and daughters and always with an infectious smile. I believe his life continues but no longer in physical space. Rest in peace, Dennis.

 

Mike Honan posted on 10/31/18

A decent human being...He was one of the good guys at U.S. probation,EDNY. A family man, I remember him showing me a new fangled contraption, called a beeper,, explaining that his pregnant wife could be in almost immediate contact with him. I thought that was the coolest!! That was Dennis.

 

Armin Ali posted on 10/31/18

One of our top officers at US Probation, EDNY, and respected by all. Always smiling or with robust laughter with his jokes and pranks. So very sad to lose him.

 

eugene dellarocca posted on 10/30/18

Dear Jean Marie & Ron,s Fossetta Family. I,m not able to attend tonight, I'm so sorry. You all know that Ron & I were long time friends. I will really MISS him. My deepest condolence's to all. Gene DellaRocca

 

Nick Maggio posted on 10/30/18

A true friend and stand up guy, I will miss him .

 

Manuel Marin posted on 10/30/18

My family and I send our condolences to Dennis' family. May God comfort and uphold you.

 

Peter Amentas posted on 10/30/18

There was no truer friend and colleague than Dennis. Regardless of the circumstances we found ourselves in, there was an unconditional bond between us. Dennis was a decent, kind and trustworthy man who made all who knew him very proud. God Bless you my brother. I will always miss you. Peter

 

 

Carol Andreski posted on 10/30/18

Through all the years, we always enjoyed your company. May you rest in peace.

 

Sarah Rideout posted on 10/29/18

Prayers for your family. Dennis was a fine man and agent.

 

Charlie Butt posted on 10/29/18

Prayers for Dennis and his family. To know him is to love him. I was blessed to have had him in my life as a friend and mentor. Always happy to help and guide. He will be missed by all those whose lives he touched and influenced in a positive manner. May God bless him and take him in His care.

 

Steven Karkos posted on 10/29/18

True friend and gentleman. Worked side by side 20+ years ago when DEA/US Customs worked together at JFK Airport. Exchanged Christmas cards every year since and never lost our friendship....I will miss you my friend.

 

Charlie Ferrigno posted on 10/29/18

I knew Dennis since we were six. A fine man. A man’s man. Loyal friend Sense of humor Dedicated agent He had your back. Always did the right thing. I’ll miss him.

 

rosemary magee posted on 10/28/18

Dear Sharon, Thomas, Danny and Matt So sorry for the miss of your beloved father and grandfather. He was too young. I did not even know he was ill when we sat together at the wedding. Love and warm hugs to all Rosemary

 

Bill Brennan posted on 10/28/18

I'll never forget Dennis' hearty laugh. Here's an example: we were in the field together when an elderly woman's dog got off the leash and she was in great distress. Dennis opened his door and cajoled the pup into the car with "Come here honey and the dog recognized a friendly voice then jumped and jumped into Dennis' lap to be petted then he jumped on my lap and urinated on my pants. Dennis' roaring laugh filled the car until the woman came over and thanked us. Problem is we were late for a retirement party and I kept saying" It wasn't me, Dennis." lured a dog into our car" to some skepticism and a big grin on Dennis' face' . They don't come any better than Dennis.

 

 

Danielle Kane and family posted on 10/28/18

 

 

Manuel Cunha posted on 10/28/18

Memory of Richard A Olson

 

 

Manuel Cunha posted on 10/28/18

Richard A Olson

 

Linda Little posted on 10/27/18

My memory of Dennis was his sense of humor. He was such a funny guy. But most important, a good and decent man and a wonderful loving husband, father and grandpa. He will be missed dearly.

 

Lisa Dempsey posted on 10/27/18

I feel I've had a better life having Uncle Ted in it, in fact, I know I have! Thank you for all your words of wisdom, songs and cooking! love you lots and lots

 

Michael Crean posted on 10/27/18

Rest in peace Mrs. Fredericks. You were a great lady and a terrific mother. Lots of memories with Ron over at the Fredericks house My condolences to the entire Fredericks family.

 

 

Deborah Pullan posted on 10/26/18

I have such fond memories of Mr. DeGruchy. He also made me smile whenever I was lucky enough to share time with him. He truly was a kind, loving man who left a legacy of decency and honesty. I am saddened by his death but know he rests eternally with his beloved Marian. I thank him for his service to his country and wish him Godspeed on his new journey.

 

Alexander, Amber, & Logan posted on 10/26/18

You will be missed Grandma Rose, we love the time that was spent with you and will never forget.

 

Alexander, Amber, & Logan posted on 10/26/18

You will be missed Grandma Rose, we loved the time we had with you.

 

Nick Brower posted on 10/25/18

Uncle George, I was always amazed with your sense of humor and ability to make the family laugh. If was a gift how you were able to brighten everyone’s day. I’m so lucky to have one of your paintings it’s something I’ll cherish forever. You’ll be missed. I know your in a better place, and will be remembered for the wonderful person you were.

 

Selene Caroline posted on 10/25/18

Poppy was always there for me when I needed him no matter what, he was happy that I was in sports in high school , he use to give me the best advices to be a better person, Poppy you will be missed ❤️

 

 

Ken deGruchy posted on 10/25/18

Pop always made me some really good food when I came over. When I was younger, after days of mowing the lawns, he’d make me a ice cream soda, by getting cream soda and putting ice cream in it, it was delicious. Will never forget,

 

Marion deGruchy posted on 10/25/18

I remember how fond he was of all his grandchildren. He was so kind, was always there for each of them, no matter the circumstances. He was selfless, cared only about others. Not a day goes by when I don’t miss his goofy smile and kind words. Love you Poppy, say hi to grandma for me.

 

Astrid DeGruchy posted on 10/25/18

One of the most influential and disciplined person I’ve met. A man with a lot of patience and heart. He has forever shaped me into who I am and I will always have him as an angel close to me and guiding me towards the right direction. I love you poppy.

 

Astrid DeGruchy posted on 10/25/18

One of the most influential and disciplined person I’ve met. A man with a lot of patience and heart. He has forever shaped me into who I am and I will always have him as an angel close to me and guiding me towards the right direction. I love you poppy.

 

Elizabeth posted on 10/25/18

Poppy you were the selfless person I had ever met all my life and we were very lucky to had someone like you in our life, we love you and already miss you RIP poppy

 

Tom posted on 10/25/18

I remember the days when I was little where Marion and I would be told to spend the day with Poppy. I remember he would always make us eat something and it was always the best. I remember some days he would take us on a trip to places to do chores with him and even if what we were doing was boring he would find a way to make it fun. And if we were good, he would hand us treats like these little waffle cookies or hershey kisses. I also remember on Thanksgiving, he would make his special creamed onions and turnips and I would leave the dinner table stuffed. Of course I was a pretty fat kid, but I will always remember those where he would take care of me and come over for meals. Rest easy Poppy, we all love you.

 

 

chris posted on 10/25/18

simply put.....He was the "mother" of all Father-in-laws. Was it fate or luck to have found his daughter....does not matter what matters is how fortunate I have been to be a part of his life.

 

Judy & Joe Civitano posted on 10/25/18

Ron and Family; Our deepest condolences on the loss of your Mom. We are so sorry we cannot be with you today, but our thoughts and prayers are.

 

 

DiCocco Family posted on 10/25/18

Marie, Taylor and Chris, So sorry for your loss - Deepest condolences to you and your family

 

 

ken deGruchy posted on 10/24/18

I was a first year apprentice for local 38, at the end of my first year around the holidays my boss told me I would be laid off for 6-8 wks. This was because I was a 1st year appt and next season I would be a 2nd year man and would not be laid off. He also said to collect unemployment during that time span. Well I was living at home with my parents and paying a token rent ( which barely covers my food bill ) When I got home that night I told my father what had happened . He asked " well what are you going to do'? I told him I was gonna take it EZ for a while and collect unemployment until I'm called back to work. " The Hell you are" my dad said, No son of mine is going on the government dole. He told me he would not charge me rent while I was out but I had to actively seek work and /or work around the house or I could go find other living arrangements . Well I thought my father was crazy, I soon got a job with a local plumber and have since made it my career/business. It took many years to understand why my dad thought it was wrong to take money that I didn't really need but was entitled to. He taught me a valuable lesson which in today society is completely lost. He taught me how to stall tall and be proud of myself. How to be , in his opinion, a real American .My Father comes from the Old School, I only prey my kids will learn from this and follow the path My dad laid for me. They just don't make Men like my father anymore. My dad was a force in my life ,He will be in my thoughts everyday. Love you pop, Hard to believe you won't be there for me to talk to anymore.

 

Annie Ceccarini posted on 10/24/18

I don’t have a lot of childhood memories but some of my most vivid involved you, Uncle George. I remember when you got into that very bad car accident and would joke that you looked like the elephant man. You told the silliest jokes and made me laugh so I wouldn’t be scared. You made me brave. I remember the never ending supply of gauze and ace bandages you gave to my parents. The supplies were stored under the sink in our downstairs bathroom. I’d take the supplies, bandage up my dolls, imagine that I was a nurse, and play hospital for days. My siblings thought it was creepy. I thought it was the coolest. Thanks for giving me the tools to be creative. I’m sorry I never told you how much you influenced my life. I look forward to seeing you in the next life to tell you in person — and for a painting lesson! Thanks for everything, Uncle George. XOXO

 

 

marie pullan posted on 10/24/18

My father was a great man and will be missed. Knowing he is reunited with my mother Marion provides some comfort to those that loved him.

 

 

Jodie & Rch Dee & Family posted on 10/24/18

So sorry for your loss...much Love & many Blessings to you all

 

 

Maxine Fredericks posted on 10/24/18

To an amazing Mom, grandmother and great grandmother you will be missed. We have so many great memories of you and Dad that will always be with us. RIP Mom

 

Anna DeRosa posted on 10/24/18

Christine, My deepest condolences to you and your family You are in my thoughts and prayers...

 

 

Rocio napolitano posted on 10/24/18

Sorry for your Loss. My Thoughts and Prayers go out to you and your entire family.

 

Hugh Beggins posted on 10/24/18

Remembering my church buddy with a smile. Mike and I sat together almost every Saturday at the 4:00 Mass at Maria Regina since I retired. Mike called the seats against the wall on the Blessed Mother's side the "best seats in the house". Warm in the winter and cool in the summer. I will miss him, his friendship, and most of all, his smile. May he rest in peace.

 

Alice DiNapoli posted on 10/24/18

Dear Sharon and Family, We are so deeply sorry for your loss. Our prayers and love are with you all in this time of sorrow and always . With all of our love, The DiNapoli Family

 

Ron Glessing posted on 10/23/18

The last time I saw you, you mouthed to me, “thanks for everything!” I was extraordinarily humbled because, in truth, I’m thankful to you for everything!!!! I couldn’t have been more blessed to have you as my Dad. Your impact on my life is beyond measure. You set the bar high for me as a man, Father, Husband, Provider, and Christian! There was never a day in my life when I didn’t know your pride, joy and love for me! Thank you Dad for everything!!!

 

Lois Slavin and Mick Palfreymsn posted on 10/23/18

Dear Marge, Knowing Fred was truly a blessing. It was an honor and a privilege to know Fred and your wonderful family of children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, siblings, cousins etc. Our love and condolences to you all.

 

JOSEPH PAPPALARDO posted on 10/22/18

GREAT MAN

 

 

Mary Ann Realmuto posted on 10/22/18

Rest in Eternal Peace

 

Mary Ann Realmuto posted on 10/22/18

Thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow!

 

 

Mary Ann Realmuto posted on 10/22/18

Rest in Peace!

 

JEAN COULARD posted on 10/21/18

ONE OF FIVE BROTHERS. THE ONE I WILL NEVER FORGET. VERY FEW KNEW THE REAL PERSON. I DID. ALWAYS LOVED YOU, THROUGH IT ALL! GODSPEED JIGGER

 

Christina Lee posted on 10/19/18

Family and Friends of Greg: The Journey Community of which belovedklowny (Greg) was a part for the past six years, sends our heartfelt love to you as you walk through the days, weeks, months and years ahead with precious memories to strengthen you. Greg generously shared with each of us his love and laughter which is forever in our memories.

 

Nicholas Ceccarini posted on 10/19/18

Uncle George, I can hear you amazing voice saying "Nicholas" as i walk into the room. Not a single time did I hear that and a smile not come to my face. As i read some of the other messages I know you see the same theme in all. You were the funniest and the most amazing story teller. Every holiday i could always count on you making me laugh. The 12 days of Christmas will never be the same and I am in tears thinking of "5 golden rings". I know you are no longer suffering and ring now your breathing great!!!! You will be missed but i will see you again one day and i know you will have a cold beer waiting for me!! I love you so much. I promise to watch out for my God mother!!!!

 

Dawn Ceccarini posted on 10/19/18

Dearest Uncle George, You will be missed more than words can say. I’ve always enjoyed your conversation and warm heart. I can’t remember a time that we were together and you didn’t have a funny story to tell. You have been there through so many milestones in our lives. I will miss you with all of my heart and cherish all of the memories I have forever. Hugs an kisses to you in Heaven!!

 

Denise Reilly posted on 10/18/18

Dear Uncle George, I smile as I type your name and will always continue to smile when I think of you. Your sense of humor was remarkable. You weren't the loudest person in our big family but you might have been the funniest and you definitely left us all with great stories and happy memories. I believe the sign of an amazing life is the ability to make people smile as they think of you and you had that unforgettable impact to everyone you met. While I think of you every time I load my dishwasher and remember how you took pride in "fitting everything", my favorite memories will be of watching both you and Aunt Jeannie together. When you would saying something and she followed with "George" and then we would always end up laughing. May you breathe easy and rest comfortably knowing you changed so many peoples lives for the better. xoxo I love you, Love Denise

 

Beverly Ceccarini posted on 10/17/18

Uncle George, I will always remember sitting around the dining table on holidays and family gatherings eagerly listening to your stories and jokes. You could make a joke out of anything and keep everyone laughing! I will miss your fabulous sense of humor and your loving nature! You were an inspiration in the many ways you touched us all! Until I see you again! Love you!

 

Kevin C. Clark posted on 10/17/18

John, I am sadden by the loss of your dad. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

The Montalbanos posted on 10/17/18

May your mother Rest In Peace and watch over all of you. May happy memories of her fill your heart.

 

Betty Ceccarini posted on 10/17/18

Dear George I never considered you to be my brother (in law). And I am sorry I was the little sister with all the advice. I wanted so badly for you to be healthy and well. And many times you said yes to quiet me. I was so excited when Jeanie brought you home. She found the most intellectual person in our entire family. Thanks for helping me with my homework. That is not all you did for me. You shared your being with Tony and I and our whole family. And so importantly, you were such an amazing example of Jesus in your suffering and dying. And you did it with such dignity and never saying why me. Instead you helped us with your sense of humor. You are such a hero! Enjoy your Heavenly reward until we meet again. Love, Betty

 

Tony C posted on 10/17/18

George Glessing my I'll miss you the most. I'll always remember all the vacations we went on together, all the fun and laughs. Sitting in the back yard talking and having a beer. Sitting in the car telling jokes while the girls were shopping. Trying to get that fig tree to make more figs. Just sitting together watching tv and not saying a word or watching history channel about ww1 or ww2 and not shutting up. The good and bad times in the casinos. All this and much much more I'll miss, but for now rest in Gods arms and keep an eye on me. Rest In Peace

 

Pat Alexandro posted on 10/17/18

When I dated Rich Alexandro, who later became my husband, he loved basketball and loathed dancing and singing. Our dates were at St. John's basketball games, along with Rich's friends, and thanks to Frank, I'd have a great time. He and I would sing in the car and dance at the bar afterward. Frank was the perfect complement to Rich as a date! I loved his curiosity, humor, tenderness and endless questioning. Our friendship with Frank endured for over 57 years. I'm happy at the thought that Frank now has the answer to one of the questions we'd frequently discuss: Is there such a thing as heaven? Via con Dios, amigo.

 

Anthony Ceccarini posted on 10/17/18

Uncle George I was so lucky to share the exact sense of humor with you. Your jokes and comments so many times led to belly laughs and happy tears. It was impossible to be in your company without smiling and laughing. I will cheerish those memories as you were such a big part in my families life, Breath Easy and Rest in Peace.

 

Mary Moccia posted on 10/16/18

Uncle George, my heart hurts but I’m comforted knowing your wise words and humor will live on in our family forever and that you can now breathe easily. I will always think of you and smile. You know my favorite seat during the holidays was always next to you. I treasure the time we spent together and memories we shared. They are too many to mention. I love you, “Unca” Until we meet again. Xoxo

 

Doug Simpson posted on 10/16/18

Dear Dad, you are truly a blessing in all of our lives. I know Jesus is welcoming you just as you did me when I first came to your home. I will never for get your smile and laugh. I can still hear it now. You were always a father to me, not a father in law. I will miss you. Keep laughing and singing. I love you.

 

Margaret Brower posted on 10/16/18

Dear Uncle George, Although I am not ready to say goodbye to you, I am feeling comfort that you are at peace and feeling amazing with Jesus. That is what I keep telling myself. You are my favorite uncle, and I am your biggest fan. There was no joke I didn’t laugh at and no story of yours I didn’t long to hear. You always made me feel important and you put so much effort into my life, from dancing school recitals, to so many trips to Poughkeepsie, to treating my daughters and husband as special as you’ve always treated me. I love you so much. I can see you taking huge deep breaths of the freshest air while painting a sight I can’t even imagine so beautiful. I picture you now holding court in Heaven, making everyone there as happy as you made us here. With all my love, Margaret

 

Christopher Simpson posted on 10/16/18

Rest in peace Grandpa! You are the best grandpa ever and will be missed every day. We love you and know you are in a better place.

 

Jean Glessing posted on 10/16/18

Dearest George, You are the love of my life. Even in our darkest days, you were the shining light that helped me see Jesus. When I met you 59 years ago, my life was changed forever. It will be so difficult to go on without you, but I know that you will always be with me. Until we meet again, I will love you forever and ever!!! Your Loving Wife, Jeanie

 

Jean Simpson posted on 10/16/18

Dad, You were always the light of my life, and I will carry your memory with me forever. You will be missed every day of my life. You have always been my hero and will remain so for eternity. God has truly blessed me with the best Dad in the World. May you rest in peace in God's house! Heaven has another angel!!! I love you so much!!! Love your daughter, Jeannie XOXO

 

Grace G posted on 10/16/18

"Return to Me," declared the LORD to Uncle George and Uncle George heeded God's call and the Lord was with him and received him home. When the enemy was afflicting me and tried to snatch me, Jesus worked through Uncle George and Aunt Jeannie to form a shield around me and their abundant prayers, love and kindness never ceased. And through His dwelling in them, He dwelled in me, never letting me go and blessing me with His mercy, grace and restoration. The refuge Jesus blessed me with through the faith and love of my Aunt and Uncle showed God to me as my rock and high tower of refuge. I love and miss Uncle George, but I know, as we all do, that he is home resting in God's care. Though all our lives will one day pass away, our love and work in God's purpose, will not. A single life can have permanent and profound impact with the power of God. Uncle George's life (and Aunt Jeannie's) have impacted mine and countless others as their faith-filled hearts and fervent prayers pack a mighty wallop. We invoke the Holy Trinity as we pray for Uncle George, that He is with Thee and reveling in the riches of your love and glory. Amen. Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord from the heavens; praise him in the heights! 2 Praise him, all his angels; praise him, all his host! 3 Praise him, sun and moon; praise him, all you shining stars! 4 Praise him, you highest heavens, and you waters above the heavens!

 

Katie Lynch (Kathy) posted on 10/16/18

I will NEVER forget you. My heart is broken. I only wish that I had gotten to see you in these past years. I will always love and cherish all the beautiful memories that I have of you. You had the biggest and most kind heart of anyone. You made everyday that I ever spent with you so much fun. Rest Easy Aunt Pat, I will never forget you. I make Pastina for my grandkids now and think of you every time. All the love <3 It stays with you

 

 

Dennis & Elizabeth Doran posted on 10/16/18

May you be comforted in the arms of God.

 

 

Dorene posted on 10/15/18

Remembering your wonderful mother and wishing you comfort.Our deepest condolences. The Benson Family

 

Dawn Ames posted on 10/15/18

I will miss you O'Malley.

 

 

Tara Mylenski Arhab posted on 10/15/18

Never will forget the terrified look on your parents eyes when we were leaving your house for Arizona...wasn't there something to do with a lamp :). A great Dad always concerned for his daughters well-being :)

 

Julie Auriemma posted on 10/14/18

I’ll miss you, Mr. Lee. It was always so nice to run into you around town. Your warmth, generosity, and smile will be greatly missed. Hugs to you, Karin, and your family. xoxo ❤️

 

Lori Coughlin posted on 10/14/18

Virginia, I'm so sorry for your loss. Your mom was always so nice to me, and I will always remember her!

 

 

Susan posted on 10/14/18

My Mother, My Best Friend in my Heart Always... I Love You Forever

 

Donna posted on 10/14/18

I always love going to Aunt Cooky and Uncle Freddy's house when I was young. She was always so fun and full of life. She will be missed.

 

Lou Cecere posted on 10/14/18

I remember growing up on Park Lane and playing touch football in front of their house. Mrs Dowling would always invite us in for a cold drink after we finished. We were sweaty and smelly but she always asked us in.

 

Lynne and Phil Scannell posted on 10/13/18

Dear Vivian Clara and Joseph many thoughts and prayers

 

 

Karin posted on 10/13/18

I love you Daddy

 

Stephen Serrao posted on 10/12/18

Deepest Condolences from Tracy, Steve, and our part of the Serrao Family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Stephen Serrao posted on 10/12/18

Deepest Condolences from Tracy, Steve, and our part of the Serrao Family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Laura. And Franco Marino posted on 10/11/18

We are truly sorry for your loss. Our prayers go out to you and all of your family .

 

Richard Greene posted on 10/11/18

Serrao family, your father was a great man and friend, his smile was undeniable, I remembered the first day I met Bobby he was genuinely a nice guy and loved his family dearly. When you work together you share a lot and he loved his wife and children and was extremely proud of his boys. RIP Bobby from one of your Chicago Brothers, Richie Greene.

 

 

Joanne bracker posted on 10/10/18

He will be deeply missed

 

 

Sharon Ksufman posted on 10/10/18

Love you forever friend XOXO

 

 

Donna Kerge, David Schick & Family posted on 10/9/18

In loving memory...

 

 

Donna Kerge, David Schick & Family posted on 10/9/18

In loving memory.

 

John Jazylo (Jazz) posted on 10/9/18

I will miss you, Bobby. May God watch over you and your family.

 

 

John Jazylo (Jazz) posted on 10/9/18

Rest in peace, Bobby. May God watch over you and your family

 

 

John Jazylo (Jazz) posted on 10/9/18

I will miss you, Bobby, and rest in peace. May God watch over your family and bless them

 

Linda Storm posted on 10/5/18

Karin, Kevin, your Dad was always so funny, he,was such a good daddy to you and you were both so good to him. My heart is with you both and Kevin, hugs to Allison and your kids as well.

 

Mel Hood posted on 10/4/18

Bill has left us. M/ay he rest in peace

 

Ann Ryan Nesbitt posted on 10/3/18

Dear Cathy and family, I am so sorry about Bill's passing....he was always such a warm, wonderful, kind person. Sorry I can't get there, but will be praying for all of you. Bill went to high school with my brother, Jack Ryan, and I went through LHS with Jean...who remained my friend until she passed. I miss her so. God bless you all.

 

The Greater Astoria Historical Society posted on 10/2/18

I only recently learned of the passing of Rocco. He came several times to the Greater Astoria Historical Society to share his experiences in the WWII. One very memorable time was with 7th and 8th graders. As he spoke, the entire room was silent. When he finished, every student stood up and applauded him. I will never forget the look on his face. The last time I saw him was at the dedication of the veterans post in his honor. What a remarkable man. Rest in Peace.

 

Justin Carrano posted on 10/2/18

I will remember a warm and loving Aunt who at every family gatthering would exclaim "Daj mi buzi" ( gimme a kiss in Polish) and with a big peck on the cheek she would tell me I was growing up strong and handsome just like my Granfather, her brother.

 

Natalie Jones posted on 10/1/18

Donna, although I never had the pleasure of meeting your mother personally, I am sure she was a fine woman for raising a wonderful woman such as youself, and I'm sure she will be greatly missed. May God bless and keep her.

 

Donna Ferraro posted on 10/1/18

I am heart broken

 

Bernadette Daftary posted on 10/1/18

Aunt Vi and Uncle Jim were very special to me. They were my godparents and always showed me so much love. I have many great memories of picnics all together at different places on LI. He played Santa Claus for me at 106th St when I was 2 1/2 and he was a great Santa! I believed until 8 yrs old and had to be told Santa was a myth. I remember countless holidays together; besides the food there was always music and dancing! It’s so sad to think they are gone, and even though they had a wonderful life and lived to their mid-90s, it’s still hard to let them go. Can’t tell you how good it was to see all of you and reminisce about a very special couple and our wonderful childhood gatherings. Romesh and I send you our deepest sympathy

 

Aidan Wrynn posted on 10/1/18

Grandma, I love and miss you. No one will ever make Sunday dinners as good as you. Heaven truly gained another angel, Love you grandma. Your grandson, Aidan Wrynn

 

MARIE BRUCINO, EILEEN DOLAN, ROZ LANDER & SALLY EINIG posted on 9/30/18

REST IN PEACE PAT - YOUR SECRETARY SISTERS MISS YOU AND WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE GOOD TIMES AT 226.

 

Rita Farinaccio posted on 9/30/18

We will miss you Dad. Love Sally, Rita and Joey

 

Sabrina posted on 9/29/18

Dear Baker family, Please accept my deepest condolences. It is not easy to lose a loved one in death. It is probably one of the hardest things we can ever experience. During these difficult times it is easy to feel like there is no hope. The Bible though offers us comfort and a hope for the future. Revelation 21: 3-4 says "With that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: “Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his people. And God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

 

 

Denise Colletti posted on 9/29/18

Your great talent, kindness and gentle mannerisms will be missed tremendously xo

 

Sabrina posted on 9/29/18

Dear Horton family, It is absolutely terrible when we loose a loved one in death. During these difficult times it is really easy to feel like there is no hope. The Bible though can offer us some comfort during these difficult times. Revelation 21: 3-4 says "with that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: "look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his people and God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away."

 

 

The Southern Eastcoast Lees posted on 9/29/18

We Love you Mom

 

Jimmy Stagno posted on 9/28/18

The biggest heart that the good lord ever created . White around third he'll score ….pull a few strings for the Yankees and Rangers. Miss you so much

 

Mary F posted on 9/27/18

We loved doing The NY Times crosswords at the 5th Pct. on Sundays. My condolences to your family.

 

Kathy Gilmartin posted on 9/27/18

My deepest condolences to you and your family Karin. Your father is a wonderful man who will be dearly missed. He was lucky to have such a beautiful and loving daughter like you to care for him. Cherish all the mementoes you have of him. Sending prayers to you at this difficult tome! ❌⭕️❌⭕️

 

Lynne posted on 9/27/18

We've had many years (69) of happy memories. God Bless, you will be missed. Love you.

 

Darlene Digrigoli posted on 9/26/18

She was an amazing woman. I loved talking to her cause she had no filter but the biggest heart. She always cared about my kids and what they were doing. Once I become pregnant she was always worried about me until I had my boy she loved him. Wanted me 2 leave him and she would care of him. She had the biggest heart once you got to know her. If u didnt put enough salt in her food she would tell u. I miss my buddy im happy your at peace. I miss u busting my chops.

 

Jerry Joaquin posted on 9/25/18

Sgt Gonzo was a great guy, my condolences to the family of Eddie.

 

Tony Sasso posted on 9/24/18

So sorry to hear of the passing of Lt. Gonzo. One of our true characters and he will be missed. RIP Lt.

 

Carol Castellano posted on 9/23/18

Some of my favorite memories are dancing in our basements with our father's/uncles playing music. Also, stopping by their house in Flushing with me, Aunt Josephine and Christopher, after planting flowers on my father's grave, and having Uncle Jim bring out all the army toys for Chris to play with...very special times.

 

Carol Castellano posted on 9/23/18

May Uncle Jim and Aunt Viola rest in peace, and know how much our family treasured all our family gatherings and great times together. Unfortunately, I will be in CA but Marty will be here to celebrate their lives. To my cousins, know you are all in my prayers and how hard it is for me not to be able to be there to comfort you and to celebrate their lives with laughter and love. Love you all Carol

 

melanie cimetta posted on 9/22/18

i plan to come to service directly after i get out of work, i am hoping that there will be no delays or issues but in my line of work as a veterinarian that happens, but in case i cant get there (chances are i will be able to) i am posting my dearest love and care to the entire carrieri family, forever in my heart i love aunt viola and uncle jim. treasured always and forever to me

 

melanie cimetta posted on 9/22/18

i will never forget his humor his cigar his scotch, his stories that he told me all the fun memories i have and always will treasured forever he and aunt viola will be in my heart and soul

 

 

melanie cimetta posted on 9/22/18

in loving memory of uncle jim he was such a treasure to have in my entire life may he bask in glory in the after life with aunt viola

 

Al posted on 9/20/18

Learning of Jim’s passing took my breath away and filled me with overwhelming sadness. It brought back my cherished memories of his supportive presence in our intersecting lives. Jim helped and encouraged me, in the most caring and sensitive way when I needed it most; his intervention when I was considering resigning, as a young rookie, redirected the course of my life and gave me hope. Never at a loss for razor sharp wit, Jim’s ever present smile and unorthodox, ironic, and often unexpected humor were infectious and imbued our formal, hectic workplace with a dose of much needed humanity—he was a ray of sunshine to all of us. A man of deep intellect and substance, I will never forget his unwavering, loving support and counsel. Jim was and always will be my hero and role model. Thanks for all your help, Jim. Godspeed, my friend! My sincere condolences to Jim’s loved ones during this trying time. “Death thou comest when we had thee least in mind.” “We're all just walking each other home.” Richard Alpert (Ram Dass)

 

ml Damaskinos posted on 9/19/18

Dear Rudy, Annmarie and family: You have our deepest and sincerest condolences upon the loss of your cherished family member. Damaskinos family

 

KEVIN MCBRIDE posted on 9/19/18

So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

 

 

joseph donohoe posted on 9/18/18

love and miss you

 

Diane & Rick Savior posted on 9/18/18

Rest in Peace, dear friend Joey. Our deepest sympathy to your entire family who will miss you so very much. There will be a void in all of our lives without you. We have fond memories of good times together at your home attending your 4th of July parties which you so graciously invited us. You & Jackie were wonderful hosts to all and everyone felt welcome and special. It was obvious how much joy it brought you hosting this festive summer holiday party in your lovely backyard looking at your beloved boat on the beautiful canal. Who could ask for more? Thank you for always including us. You will be forever in our hearts. Love, Rick and Diane

 

Robert Mestrandrea posted on 9/17/18

Prayers for Rudy Mosca and Family!

 

Mary Frances Leto Wieland posted on 9/16/18

My utmost condolences as I do remember Joey at the family reunions and his smile and great sense of humor and fun times we had I will never him. He is in heaven now with Uncle George and Aunt Anna and my. Mom Frances and my dad Salvatore and my Godfather Benny Proce. Know that I am with you all today in Prays....

 

 

Kathie dillon (McGill) posted on 9/16/18

I dated a guy years ago, Paul Casey, that was very good friends with Kevin. He was off of Carman Road, is what I remember. I am so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers with all family and friends.

 

Nancy posted on 9/16/18

Pam & Frank's children. I am a friend of Pam and Frank. He was a nice man. We had many conversations about Fox news etc. Both families did a wonderful job in caring for him. Pam, Frank & I talked about many things and his mind was sharp.

 

Marie Uschok posted on 9/16/18

I hope you are at peace. I will miss you. You were a kind and gentle woman...

 

Marguerite Giannott posted on 9/15/18

My dear Marie, I just found out about your passing and I thought about all the good times we had working together or so many years, You are a woman to be admired for how you raised three great boys. May you rest in peace

 

Maureen Fergus posted on 9/14/18

Such a great person! Always with laughter! You will be missed!

 

 

Mercy Siso posted on 9/14/18

May the memories of your loved one bring you all peace. With our deepest sympathy to you all. Frank, Mercy & Steven Siso

 

 

Ed McComiskey posted on 9/13/18

Thank you for your friendship over the years.

 

Phil Kazwosinski posted on 9/13/18

Pat was a dick-head.

 

 

The Lefko's posted on 9/13/18

We will all miss your funny giggle. You fought a tough fight. Now you are free. Until we meet again. Always in our hearts. Love, Cousins Regina and Michael

 

Amy H posted on 9/13/18

My deepest sympathies to the Morse family for their loss. You have my heartfelt condolences.

 

Louise Ruggiero posted on 9/13/18

The Ruggiero Family, We send our deepest sympathy to your family on your loss. You're in our thoughts, our hearts and our prayers. With all our Love

 

Pat & Tom Giordano posted on 9/13/18

Our deepest condolence's to the Colarusso family. She was a wonderful woman, mother,grandmother & great grandmother. She will truly be missed by all. Love, Pat & Tom Giordano

 

Donna Connelly posted on 9/13/18

So sorry for your loss Linda and Lenny! You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers!

 

 

CARPENTIERI FAMILY posted on 9/13/18

Our family sends deepest condolences and sympathy to your family and loved ones on your loss...With All Our Love

 

Jeanne Marie Bauer posted on 9/12/18

Think of you daily, so missing you Travis B.

 

 

Tom Wazlavek posted on 9/12/18

Gary was my closest friend. I will miss him. God broke the mold when they made Gary.

 

SPERANZA CHODAK posted on 9/12/18

So so sad to hear my first friend when I moved to Rosedale pass away. She was one strong woman living with cancer for so long . My prayers to your family Diane RIP. Love Speranza

 

Leonard E. Scheiner, Commander Amvets Post 88 posted on 9/12/18

John was a well respected and thought of Life Member. If we can do anything for the family please call my cell, 516-864-7212. Commander, Len Scheiner

 

Leonard E. Scheiner, Commander Amvets Post 88 posted on 9/12/18

Condolences from The members and Executive board of AMVETS Post 88. R.I.P. Brother Life Member John. You are not forgotten.

 

 

Susan posted on 9/12/18

May your strength, determination to fight off this evil disease and positive attitude be an example to everyone in how to give things your ALL and then some. She did not complain about anything... ever... her sense of humor kept everyone around her “ok.” She will always make us feel her presence.. especially when we hear a Bon Jovi❣️Song. When I also hear, The Climb and the song that they played at 7 Monto when you left after your month long stay in seclusion after the bone marrow transplant, Im going home by Daughty. Your courage will inspire all of us, everyday to persevere. Jimmy, Christopher & Ashley will always feel her STRENGTH n guidance. She has Bailey on her lap n is sipping an iced coffee.. Cancer FREE! She will be sorely missed by all of us but is at peace with my Dad. Nothing to hinder her. Love you always.. we will be together again when the Lord wants... Thank you for your love n being there for me .

 

 

Lynn Enright posted on 9/11/18

Diane's smile & love for all people will be missed!! A bright light on Earth is now a brighter Star in the Heavens. May God hold Diane in the palms of his hands. Rest Peacefully for You fought this battle long & hard and always with a Glorious Spirit Dear Diane! Jim, Ashley & Chris My deepest & sincere condolences-Lynn E.

 

John F. Molina posted on 9/11/18

To a friend I use to know, way back in high school. It's funny how life is. You reach out for someone, don't know why there was no response, and to hear this news was devastating. I, along with many others who knew Harlan, remember playing football on the Jericho High School field, and then going back to Harlan's house, and his mom would fix us some cold drinks. It is hard to believe, but I say, Harlan, rest in peace and may God restore your life in heaven. All my love, John

 

Richard and Debra Grosso posted on 9/9/18

Dear Jimmy and Family, We are so shocked and so sorry for your loss. Vicki was a great person, mother, grandmother and wife . As they say to know her was to love her. Again we will keep you all in our prayers. Love to all.

 

Paul italia posted on 9/8/18

Just heard Ray, you’ll be missed brother, I’m in shock spoke to u not to long ago, you were a GREAT MAN!!! I wish u the best and until we meet again u will always hold a spot in my heart brother!!!

 

Karim Ismaili posted on 9/8/18

We have lost a great man of integrity, compassion, warmth, generosity, and dignity. Tom and I joined St. John's on the very same day in 1997. Since that first day, I considered him my close friend, mentor and role model. For over twenty years, he guided me on many journeys, both professional and personal. He was always there for me. I love him. Wendy and I wish to express our profound condolences to Pat, Tommy and the rest of the family. While we grieve, we also remember the example he left for all of us, one that will never be forgotten

 

Meredith and Lou Musto and Jace posted on 9/7/18

Susan and Family, Sorry about your Grandpa.. He was a great man. Now he is with your Grandma and they are together again. love you all

 

Kristin (Barry) Collins posted on 9/6/18

Rest In Peace, Marion. And thank you for all the love you shared with all of us over so many years. Marion was such a big part of my childhood. I’ll always remember visiting her doll collection. She was the only person I trusted to wash my beloved Rebecca doll (little did I know she’d conspired with my parents to replace it!!) May every child be so lucky to have a Marion in his/her world. Love and prayers to her family.

 

Mary Barry posted on 9/6/18

I was just telling my son, Jimmy, of Marion’s passing. He told me his favorite memories of her—He was home alone one night watching a scary movie, got scared and called Marion. She came right over (and immediately changed the channel). And he remembered too all the times they made cutout snowflakes together. She and Jerry were so loving and giving of themselves to all of us. Many fond memories!

 

Joe Viola posted on 9/6/18

Rest In Peace beautiful lady. May your love and kindness live on in your family.

 

Joe Viola posted on 9/6/18

Rest In Peace beautiful lady , you were a bright light. May your love and kindness live on in your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren . You will be missed

 

Michael Reddy posted on 9/6/18

I was very sorry to hear of the passing of Joe. I have known Joe since 1981 as a member of various exchanges I had the honor of working with Joe on the WTC floor as well as lifting a pint or 2 with him in Dublin. He was always a man of dignity who kept his head under some hectic times and always with a smile. My condolences to the family, good bye Joe.

 

Jackie & Ed Weiss posted on 9/6/18

Our Deepest Sympathy to Bob's family and friends on his loss.

 

Jane Kostopoulos posted on 9/5/18

Dr. Erich Stegmeier, known to me as Mr. Stegmeier, my principle at F.X. Hegarty School in Island Park, NY back in the 60's. He will be missed. May he rest peacefully and "Eternal be his memory"

 

Jose Maldonado Jr. posted on 9/5/18

Professor Ward, I first met you as a freshman in St. John’s when I was 17 in 2002. I wanted to give back to the city after 9/11 and you encouraged me to take the police entrance exam. Throughout the years, I was glad to stay in touch and call you my friend outside the classroom. I will miss talking to you about the NYPD and baseball. I know you have inspired countless other students to serve the city and elsewhere. I was honored to call you my friend and this earth is a better place because you were in it. My best always to your family. God Bless you.

 

 

Patty Zervakos posted on 9/5/18

Judy- may your father, Robert, Rest In Peace. With deep sympathy, Chuck and Patty Zervakos

 

Giles Casaleggio posted on 9/3/18

Tom, Although I lived in New Jersey and taught primarily on the Staten Island Campus, You and I, with Peter and Karim, became close friends while serving on the P and B committee many years ago. While we rarely had occasion to get together in person, you remained close to me by continually expressing your support. Over four years ago when I first received my diagnosis, you were the first to contact me to offer your prayers and assistance. As was said about another great American this past week, God speed Dear Friend and may angels sing you to your eternal home.

 

 

Frank Lorenzo posted on 9/3/18

Tom, You were a dear friend. We met on a professional level, and over the years I was lucky enough to call you a great friend. There’s no way to express how everyone feels now that you are gone. Rest In Peace my friend. Frank

 

Kathleen Sheridan posted on 9/3/18

Our hearts are broken at the loss of this wonderful man. Mr. Ward was most definitely a beloved family member to us, and we will miss him terribly. Our love and prayers are with Mrs. Ward, Tom, Janet, Emma, and Tommy. Love, Matt and Kathy Sheridan

 

Al and Millie Diaz posted on 9/3/18

Dear Frank and family, We are very sorry for your loss. Your mom knows how much you loved and cared for her. Your time spent with her was the best gift a child could give to a parent. May God help you all through the rough days ahead.

 

Bob Jackson posted on 9/3/18

I have had the honor and privilege of calling Tom my college professor and friend over the past 40 years. Tom was well liked and respected by all of his Criminal Justice students and he made such a lasting impression during his short time that he was a faculty member at SUNY Utica/Rome that he was offered the job of Public Safely Commissioner with the City of Utica. Our friendship has been enduring. Tom has always been there to guide me through my years of public service with New York State. Tom was a very kind, caring and spiritual man who enjoyed his family and friends. So, in closing my thoughts about our years of friendship with the Ward family, I will quote the words in a plaque that was given to my wife, Debbie, and I when we met up with Tom and Pat several years ago in Garden City. “Some People Live In Our Hearts Forever”. That is how we feel about the Ward family. Rest In Peace, my good friend, until we meet again. Love, thoughts and prayers, Bob and Debbie Jackson

 

Joseph Geraci posted on 9/3/18

I have wonderful memories of working with Mr. Ward at St. John's, especially after becoming fast friends with his son Tom. Tom has become one of my best and dearest friends and I know this loss is beyond comprehension for him and his family. His Dad was one of the kindest, most gentle and loving people I had the honor to know. Always smiling, always happy and upbeat, his kindness radiated to all he came in contact with. And you just wanted to be around him because he was so warm, friendly and encouraging. Tom Jr. has most certainly taken on the very best of his Dad's traits and that is why it is my most sincere honor to call him friend. Tom, Janet, Emma, Tommy and of course Mrs. Ward, my heart and prayers go out to you during this unbearable time and I am here to help and support in any way. My life is better for knowing and spending whatever time I did with Mr. Ward and I will be forever blessed to have known him. Rest in God's eternal peace. 1 Thessalonians 4:13-14: "Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope. For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him."

 

Ed and Evelyn DeBlasio posted on 9/2/18

It is with great sadness that we mourn the loss of our dear friend. We have shared great memories with Tom and Pat for 33 years and consider them part of our family. He will surely be missed. Our love and prayers go out to his family.

 

frank nappi posted on 9/2/18

I KNOW OF TOM THROUGH AMVET MEMBERS AND THANK HIM FOR HIS TIME TO OUR POST. MY CONDOLENCES TO HIS WIFE AND FAMILY. GOD BLESS!

 

Jennifer Sheehan Lombardo posted on 9/2/18

We will always have such wonderful memories of our Montauk neighbor Bob. He was always so kind to us and our children who loved his pool and his Koi fish pond. My father will miss him terribly. Sending our sympathy to Felice, Amy and family.

 

Maxine Zuskin, Hampton, VA posted on 9/2/18

I am so sorry to hear of Rocky's passing. He and my deceased husband, Bennie Zuskin, were war time buddies from D-Day and on through to the end of the war. We had been in contact with he and Monica for many years when we had Company reunions and by telephone. I have always considered him a dear friend and will miss knowing that I can pick up a telephone and chat with him. We especially enjoyed a trip to Belgium to visit our Belgian friends (M&M Schmetz, who live in the area of the Battle of the Bulge. I know he is up in heaven with his beloved Monica, and free at last of the pain he has endured in recent years. May you rest in peace, Rocky, and meet with all your old buddies!

 

Richard Conde posted on 9/1/18

Words cannot describe our sorrow - we are heartbroken. Out of all Tom's attributes - and there are many, the one we most admired was his loyalty. Tom's commitment to others was infallible. We shared over 40 years of fond memories - vacationing in Montauk, Shelter Island, Greenport & Rhode Island just to name a few. One of our most memorable times was the infamous Cliff Walk in Newport, RI. Tom led us over the rocky cliffs like Indiana Jones would ! Amazingly, just a few weeks ago in front of a crowd, Tom sang "Cara Mia" to his beloved wife-how appropriate.Tom you are loved by your wife and family unconditionally as we personally witnessed during the past several months. Pat, Tom, Janet, Emma and Tommy may our Lord bless and comfort you.Rest in peace Tom. Until we meet again Fin's Up !! Love, Susan & Richard Conde

 

Linda Puleo posted on 9/1/18

Dear Elizabeth and family, l send my sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved Dad. May your happy memories of times together bring you comfort in the difficult days ahead. Love, Linda

 

Vin Ochani posted on 9/1/18

Tom, over the years, you and your family have grown to be some of my closest friends, and became family to me. You taught me so much, starting in your class now 15 years ago. You’ll never be forgotten and every St. John’s game with your terrific family will include thoughts and memories of all of our great times together. It’s been more than a privilege, Tom. Rest easy my fine friend.

 

Peter P Cardalena Jr posted on 9/1/18

Tom, thank you for the privilege of sharing this journey of life with you. My thoughts and prayers are with Pat your beautiful and caring wife, your son Tom and his wife Janet and of course the beautiful grandchildren Emma and Tommy. You will continue to live in the minds and the hearts of those who loved,were loved or touched by your presence.

 

John Crawford posted on 9/1/18

We could not have had better neighbors than Tom and Pat Ward. You always showed true interest in our lives, even after we had moved from Massapequa. Your help and kindness to our parents will never be forgotten. The Ward family is in my prayers.

 

Tom Creelman posted on 9/1/18

Tom, Rest easy now my best friend, mentor and partner! The dignity,courage and strength you displayed this past year (in fact all of the 46 years I have known you) has and will always inspire me. You have certainly impacted my life. You will forever be in our hearts! Pat and Tommy (Janet, Emma and Tommy 3rd) the care, love and devotion you gave to your husband,dad,father in-law and grandfather was truly breathtaking! He loved his family! The world was a better place because of you Tom Ward,albeit a little sadder now by your loss, but your memory will be with us forever! Rose and Tom Creelman

 

Ed Crawford posted on 9/1/18

I was a pretty young kid when Tom and Pat moved in across the street from my family on Ohio Avenue. Such wonderful neighbors and friends. I will always remember how Tom spoke to me like an adult, not a kid. Such an interesting, thoughtful and smart man. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

 

Mike Salaka posted on 9/1/18

Thank you for your service. We always remember you.

 

Mary Ryder posted on 9/1/18

Dear Elizabeth and family, My deepest condolences to you and your family. Sending love to all. Mary

 

Cathy Kraft posted on 9/1/18

Cheryl, Elizabeth, Audra and family - my heart is sad as the passing of Raymond. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love you Cathy

 

Ginny Sears posted on 9/1/18

Dear Cheryl, Audra, and Elizabeth... All my love & condolences to you & family. Love, Ginny (Maureen’s sister)

 

Heidi Kiley posted on 8/31/18

Dearest Elizabeth and family, our sincerest condolences. Prayers, The Kiley Family

 

Ana Maria and Michael Erlwein posted on 8/31/18

Our dearest friend Raymond. You will be truly missed. We are going to miss you stopping by to see how we are doing. Going to miss your smile and your laugh, We love you.

 

 

Audra posted on 8/31/18

You are my hero dad You will forever be in my Heart ❤️

 

 

Janice Maxwell posted on 8/31/18

May you rest in peace.

 

Diana and David Brassard posted on 8/29/18

Dear Ann and John, David and I want to offer our condolences to you and your family on the passing of your dad. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He will be missed.

 

Ralph Gatto posted on 8/29/18

For those that may have not known Staff Sargent Rocco J. Moretto, the following links are provided in tribute to him. May Rocco Rest in Peace. https://roccojmoretto.com/awards-and-accolades/ https://roccojmoretto.com/ https://roccojmoretto.com/2014/06/14/army-birthday-gala/ https://www.roccomorettovfwpost2348.org/#vfwpost2348 https://www.defensemedianetwork.com/stories/an-infantryman-in-the-battle-of-the-bulge/ https://soundcloud.com/nys_military_museum/moretto-rocco-john https://www.facebook.com/pg/Rocco-Moretto-Post-2348-384853381566032/posts/ https://roccojmoretto.com/category/rocco-moretto/ http://www.omsa.org/files/jomsa_arch/Splits/2005/747161_JOMSA_Vol56_5_10.pdf http://www.battleofthebulgememories.be/stories26/us-army25/439-memorable-experience.html

 

Ralph Gatto posted on 8/29/18

In Memory of Staff Sargent Rocco J. Moretto

 

Sandy (carbone) Sullivan posted on 8/28/18

We are sending condolences to all of you at this time of great loss. Since the 1970’s Rocky became part of our railroad memories. There are many fond and lasting memories of times shared. He was a loyal and extraordinary friend and mentor. He was surely much of the fabric of our country and our community which he loved and nurtured. We will always keep his memories close. May God give all of you the peace and comfort that only He can provide at this time of sorrow. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. We have arranged for a Mass to be celebrated for Rocky at Assumption parish.  With sincere sympathy to all. May God reward you as his loving care-givers. You did the work of Jesus Sandy, Sandra, Barbara and family

 

Brian May posted on 8/26/18

You will be Missed my friend. You are a great man, prayers to you and your family. God bless.

 

 

Ken kremer posted on 8/26/18

You're in God's hands good hands and you're a good man he will take care of you your Thursday night friends

 

Cynthia Di Norcia posted on 8/24/18

I am so sad to hear about Erica's passing. She always brightened the room with her smile. I will always remember her warmth and kindness. I will miss her. My deepest condolences to her family.

 

Katherine Bryant Flaherty posted on 8/24/18

I had the pleasure of spending many holidays with Tony and family. He always made them so special with his generous hospitality and amazing food. Rest In Peace, Tony

 

Richard Bryant posted on 8/24/18

We miss you already Papa. We love you so much.

 

Francisco Diaz posted on 8/24/18

Stuff a bagel crew know him sorry for your loss

 

Heather posted on 8/23/18

I had the honor of working with Geralyn in her classroom and the pleasure of becoming her friend. She loved her students and treated them with such patience, kindness and care. Geralyn worked so hard and gave everything she had to those kids every day. It was in her classroom where I also loved hearing about Geralyn’s beautiful family and simply enjoyed her company. What a blessing it has been to know and love her. My deepest condolences go to her family and friends. I’m so sorry she is not here with you physically, but there is no doubt she is with you forever.

 

Trish Giordano posted on 8/22/18

The only words I can offer you, as were offered to myself and my family, “I don’t kniw what to say. But I am here for any of you, if needed for anything. Love, Trish

 

Cheryl Brownell posted on 8/22/18

Wayne you were such a big part of my youth. We all have such fond memories of those days. My sympathies to Barbara, Chris, Denise and all of the Winkleston family. Rest in Peace my Friend

 

FRANK J. NAPPI posted on 8/22/18

MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO BOTH HIS SISTER,BARBARA, AND HIS BROTHER. CHRIS. REST IN PEACE, WAYANE. GOD BLESS.

 

LINDA AND BOB MCNULTY posted on 8/21/18

In this time of sorrow, know that our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

 

LINDA AND BOB MCNULTY posted on 8/21/18

In loving memory or a life cut too short. Hoping you find eternal peace.

 

 

Pebbles posted on 8/20/18

You will always be my Prince Charming <3

 

Don and Cathie Spruck posted on 8/20/18

Dear Dan, Jamie and Family, Leigh just called us and let us know of your loss! Our condolences from the entire family! I know Leigh and Darren have fond memories of the gatherings they and many of your friends enjoyed at your parent's home down the street from us! Those happy memories live on! You will be in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Steven Schroeder posted on 8/20/18

Uncle Andy, best uncle ever. I will miss you!

 

Clara Watkins posted on 8/20/18

So sorry to hear of Mike's death. I will miss his smile and seeing him in Florida each year when you both came down.

 

Luisa Silva posted on 8/19/18

Dan & Family- my sincerest condolences.

 

Lonnie & Ken Merrifield posted on 8/19/18

Dear Ann and Family. Ken and I are so saddened to hear of Mike's passing. He was a lovely, funny, caring man. It was so obvious when we were with you two that he loved you very much Ann. May he rest in paradise. Much love. XO

 

 

Mitchell Kislowski posted on 8/19/18

May you Rest In Peace

 

Janine Gleason Koubouras posted on 8/18/18

Erica was one of the kindest, sweetest, and definitely one of the funniest people I have ever known. My best summer memories are of the ones I spent working with her. My heart is broken for your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

 

Mary Corso posted on 8/18/18

It’s August and I’m sitting here thinking of Mary. Realized I never wrote anything here and decided it’s never too late to say something about special people. Mary was special, very special. It is rare to know someone with such a huge heart. She was truly one of a kind, with an incredibly loving and generous heart. I have so many wonderful memories of our family get togethers on Lindbergh Street. You will never be forgotten Mary, I hope you are having heavenly parties with all your loved ones! ❤️

 

Marvin Zelikovic posted on 8/18/18

With deep regret and sadness my condolences to the family friends and co workers,. I had the amazing pleasure of knowing Virginia for many years she was a kind funny generous friend never said no and loved her laugh,I will keep close in my heart all the times. We met with tom on various quick vacations, such great times.Love Marvin

 

Linda Meyer posted on 8/17/18

Dee I just heard about the loss of your beautiful Erica. I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family. As you know I understand and feel your pain. If there is anything I can do for you please let me know.

 

Chris Marsh posted on 8/17/18

Buff taught me I have no reason to be angry in life when the guy in the wheel chair is the happiest man alive woohoo! Love you man, you'll always be in my mind.

 

Mary Corso posted on 8/17/18

Just heard this unbelievably devastating news. Oh Dee, I am so so very sorry for your loss. I will keep your precious daughter and your family in my prayers, may she Rest In Peace, sincerest sympathy .

 

Jeff Horowitz posted on 8/16/18

So sorry to hear about Bob's passing I didn't really keep in touch with anyone from high school, so I hadn't spoken to Bob in years, but I recall him as being kind with a great sense of humor. My condolences to all of his friends, family and loved ones.

 

Robert Hoell posted on 8/16/18

Bob was a great guy. So sorry to hear of his passing. We're keeping him in our thoughts and praying for his family and friends.

 

John, Gaynell, Iris, Brenna Hunt posted on 8/16/18

Our most sincere condolences to Bob's family. He was a true friend and brightened all of our lives. His wit and sense of humor was unmatched. He brought all of us much joy and laughter. He will be missed greatly.

 

ilene Bezerman posted on 8/15/18

So sorry for your devastasting loss . R.I.P. You are all in my loving prayers ! God Bless ! Please accept my deepest condolences !

 

LynetteLaverty posted on 8/15/18

I knew you as the kindest, sweetest most caring person. You always had a smile on your face, greeted people with the warmest hug and could light up any room you entered. No one would ever know the struggle you faced because you never allowed it to define you. You carried yourself with such grace and beauty and always showed such strength. You are truly a lesson to us all on how to live our lives to the fullest, to enjoy each special moment and to not let difficulties break us down. You are amazing! May your family and friends find comfort and peace in your passing. Your legacy will continue to shine in each and everyone of us who were fortunate enough to know you. May you shine down upon us all.

 

 

Margaret Doolittle posted on 8/15/18

Erica's light will forever shine Till we meet again in paradise I'll love you always always

 

Julie Vultaggio posted on 8/15/18

Sending love and sympathy from up north. Erica was a light in our childhood, and that light is eternal, along with her memory. Thank you for giving us the gift of her laughter, her spirit, her warmth, and her friendship. Rest peacefully, Erica. You are loved, and you will be missed.

 

Bill Goebelbecker and the Goebelbecker family posted on 8/15/18

We know there is little to say in this situation but we want you to know that we wish our condolences and please let us know if there is anything we can do to help

 

Goebelbecker family posted on 8/15/18

Erica Ferretti

 

Mr & Mrs J Hunt posted on 8/15/18

We are so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. Our son, John, and Bob were great friends on and off the soccer field. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family..........Jean and John Hunt

 

Ed Reilly posted on 8/15/18

I was hoping to see you at our next reunion my friend. My memories of you so many years ago I will hold on to forever, still sharp, all happy be they on the soccer field, or on our bicycles in the summer heat of a Long Island August, so many years ago. Rest In Peace my old friend.

 

Eileen Carver posted on 8/15/18

Dear Dee and Bob and family. Words are so inadequate at this time. The loss of Erica is the loss of a bright light. Her spirit will be visible in the stars in the sky. May God hold all of her family in the palm of His hand.

 

Cousins Joe & Sherry Genchi & Family ( Clifton, N.J. ) posted on 8/15/18

Dear Bryan & Girls... With Our Deepest Sympathies on Erica's passing...Our Thoughts & Prayers are with All of You at this most difficult time...God Bless...

 

Cathy Urquhart posted on 8/15/18

Dear Bob and Dee, so very saddened to hear of the passing of Erica. I remember seeing her gosh I think it was 7 years ago at Alison's bridal shower. Although it had been a while since I had seen her, I remember how kind and genuinely happy she was to see me and that I was not forgotten! A beautiful person and from what I have been hearing a very strong and courageous young woman. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Love Cathy

 

Karen Colfer posted on 8/15/18

Dear Mr. & Mrs. Lambert, I was sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter Erica. I remember Erica from her time when she attended St. Rose. She and my son, Billy were there together. My prayers are with you. Sincerely, Karen Colfer

 

Jessie Farrell posted on 8/15/18

Erica taught my son in the beginning of the 2017 school year. We met more informally shortly after at swim team, as her daughter and my son also swam together. She was a vibrant, warm, gentle soul. I remember at a swim meet my son swam a relay race for the first time and was so proud of himself .. she saw this and came running over to high five him. She was more proud of him then I was, and in that moment I realized what a special person she truly was. We would talk often after swim practice, and I will always remember her positive energy. She was undoubtedly a very special person. My deepest condolences to her family. Our hearts are very heavy for your tremendous loss.

 

 

Marie Randazzo posted on 8/15/18

He and Gloria always loved goldens !! I'm glad they got to visit. Was a very quiet man. RIP

 

Jennifer Tand posted on 8/15/18

I had the pleasure of teaching with Erica and getting to know what a beautiful heart she had. She was persistent and always kept us laughing. I will always remember what a deep love she had for her girls, kids’ yoga at the library, challenging herself with running, and of course chocolate jelly rings. My heart is so heavy with this news and your entire family is in my thoughts prayers during this awful time.

 

Laurie DePalma posted on 8/15/18

We are deeply sorry for your loss. May Robert rest in peace in eternal life.

 

Kat Naslas posted on 8/15/18

May the Holy Helping Ones guide his spiritual journey and may your heart be comforted

 

Frank Jolly posted on 8/15/18

May HE continue to bless you and yours now and throughout eternity.

 

 

Patricia Stramezzi posted on 8/14/18

Mom it saddens me that you are gone. Watching you suffer in last few weeks was very hard. We all miss you and love you and know you are with Jesus now. Love you Pat

 

Danielle Gleason Tarricone posted on 8/14/18

All of my memories with Erica are filled with joy and laughter, and her huge smile will forever live in my heart. She was my favorite person. My thoughts and prayers are with her family, who I know she loved so much.

 

Jill Schlitt Korwan posted on 8/14/18

Our hearts our saddened to hear of Erica’s passing. Our prayers are with the Lambert and Ferretti families. Erica was a big part of our family for so long. Her Energy, Spirit and sense of humor was contagious and will live on in our hearts forever. May all the happy memories carry you through these difficult times. Where our world is less bright without her Heaven certainly has gained a shinning new angel. May God keep you all in the palm of his hand. All our love and prayers Jill (Schlitt) and Jim Korwan

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 8/14/18

Deepest condolences to the Ferretti family and friends for the loss of your loved one Erica. Very soon Jesus Christ will resurrect the loved ones we have lost in death back to life Acts 24:15; John 5: 28, 29, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21,:1-5.

 

Hilary & Don Hartung posted on 8/14/18

We are heartbroken about Erica's passing and extend our deepest sympathy to the entire Lambert and Ferretti families.

 

Rosemarie Hormuth Cooper posted on 8/14/18

Virginia’s warmth could put anyone at ease, and I am grateful to have met her. My heart goes out to my cousin Tom and Virginia’s family. Rosemarie

 

Tony Visconti posted on 8/14/18

Virginia, You were unique and unforgettable. My children still think of you as their aunt. I will always remember the laughs you gave us, and the happiness you bestowed upon Tom and your other loved ones. I will never forget your kindness,

 

Margaret Doolittle posted on 8/13/18

From the day she was born she was a bright light My heart aches for all she has endured She is now glorified in Heaven. A shining star of all that is good on Earth and in Heaven I have been honored loving Erica and being loved and forgiven by her As long as I breathe; Erbo will be remembered Love and Blessings forever for her family

 

 

Susan Hormuth posted on 8/13/18

Remembering Virginia's wonderful smile and warm personality.

 

Kristine Phillips Devlin posted on 8/13/18

Memories of Erica's laugh and smile will live on in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Lambert and Ferretti family at this time. May you all feel the love of a new angel in heaven that will forever watch over you. God Bless. xoxo Kristine

 

Alison Clements posted on 8/13/18

I am so so so very sorry to hear this terribly sad news. I am praying for your girls and all of Erica's loved ones. I feel lucky and blessed to have known and loved her for the short time I had with her. Words cannot express my deepest condolences. I wish there was more I could do or say. Erica was an amazing woman who deeply touched the lives of all she encountered. I will never forget her

 

Bill Vultaggio posted on 8/13/18

Or hearts are overwhelmed to hear of Erica's passing... she touched so many people with her vibrant life and beautiful smile... may she rest in peace... and God along with the happy memories shared help comfort her family at this difficult time... with sorrowful condolences - the Vultaggio Family

 

Glenn DeBello posted on 8/13/18

To My Big Sister, I will miss you very much.. We shared good times together, tough times happiness, in tough times we were there for each other... U were my rock and I always looked forward to hearing from you or seeing you . I will always love you and keep you in my memory, until we meet again. Rest in peace my little Angel Glenn

 

Rosemary Barfuss posted on 8/11/18

Thank You Joe for all the wonderful memories. You touched all who were lucky to know you Always in our hearts ♥️

 

Rosemary Barfuss posted on 8/11/18

Thank You Joe for all the wonderful memories A true Gentleman who touched all the people who were lucky to have known him. Always in our hearts ♥️

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 8/9/18

Deepest condolences to the Fogarty family and friends for the loss of your loved one James. You will be reunited with James again very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth under Jesus Christ Kingdom rule Daniel 2: 44 that he taught his followers to pray to come in the Lord's Prayer Matthew 6: 9, 10, no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5.

 

 

Chris Hehmeyer posted on 8/7/18

In 2004 my late wife Janis and I attended a costume party with Paul RT Johnson and Joe...going anywhere with Joe was a complete and utter joy!!

 

Vivian Sauter posted on 8/7/18

How can I pick just ONE memory of Bob?! Not possible...there are so many that stand out and I will always remember! All his corny jokes, for one. You just had to shake your head and laugh...The fact that he brought the newspapers to Jack EVERY morning...When he told me that he really liked my son - he said he wouldn't just give Amy to anybody...The occasions he told me I was a wonderful cook...After Sean was born, he told me that Jay and Amy did good again...And the times we would just sit outside together and say nothing at all! Rest in Peace to a great man that I was fortunate to have in my life for 20 years.

 

Eamon P. "Pat" Gonzalez posted on 8/7/18

Jim and I both entered NYPD in 1957, Jim in the June class and I in November. The next time we met was some years later when he was assigned as C.O. 52nd Precinct where I was the Aministrative Lt. he was a great guy to work for and a good friend. He also brought joy in our families life with his gift of Muggsy a Laso Apso who remained with until he died. Later on we worked together as Inspectors in Manhatten (Jim MS and I in MN). Jim we hardly knew ye. God Bless. Pat and Rose

 

Dan Carrigan posted on 8/7/18

Joe was the first hand I shook entering the floor of of CEC on a warm summer day in July 1987. He had a smile that radiated how proud he was of making the USDX Futures trade. I remember during the dollar swan-song of late 1987 when the Plaza Accord was reached; t.v. cameras came every day to the CEC -- they made sure they got time with Joe -- the ambassador spokesman for all of the NY Futures Industry. I will always remember Joe's smile to start the trading day!

 

Nick Martielli posted on 8/6/18

Just heard this today. Deepest condolences. He was a true original.

 

Wayne Grossnickle posted on 8/6/18

I worked for Insp. Jim in MS (17th) before his retirement. He was quit a guy and stood up for his people. At a MS Christmas party, he made sure everyone said Merry Christmas and Not happy holidays. As we now know we all say Merry Christmas again. Rest in Peace.

 

TISHA TREZZA posted on 8/5/18

We are so sorry to hear of Jack's passing! Jack was always so kind ! To Vicky and the entire family we send our prayers and love! Love Tisha , Mike and Tali

 

 

TISHA TREZZA posted on 8/5/18

To the Ophals family- We are so very sorry for to hear of your loss! Jack was a wonderful and kind man. I just heard of Jack's passing. We send our love and prayers to you all! Love Tisha Mike and Tali Trezza

 

Connie MacK posted on 8/5/18

A good man and a good boss! RIP, Joe. It was a pleasure working with you at the NYCE.

 

Gary Cremeans posted on 8/5/18

I'm so sorry...I just learned the sad news. You dad will be missed. He will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Tina Coraci posted on 8/4/18

Rest In Peace

 

jennifer esposito posted on 8/4/18

I am so sorry for your loss! May he Rest In Peace.

 

 

Sister Elizabeth McAleavey posted on 8/4/18

“Happy those who mourn; they shall be comforted.” (Mt 5:5)

 

Jill posted on 8/4/18

"All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen". Ray on so many levels ~ Thank-you!

 

Joseph and Barbara Rizzi posted on 8/2/18

RIP BUFF. Joe and I will miss you very much. I always admired your courage and spirit. I remember how happy you were when I brought Frankie over and you had your forever feline friend. You two were always together after that. You met my beautiful little Emily and gave her such a sweet book.

 

MARY VIVIANI posted on 8/2/18

I'M TRULY SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. PRAYERS FOR VICTOR

 

Kathy G posted on 8/2/18

God speed Ray , keep us safe and humble . My life is richer having known you. I will never forget those Earlt Bird mornings that you made extra special

 

Michelle posted on 8/2/18

I will miss you and our great conversations always. Rest In Peace.

 

ed newman posted on 8/1/18

as big and as great a man as you were when you walked this planet as a giant ,you were a much bigger & greater man when you left it in that chair. WOW what an impact you had in this world , A GREAT MAN HAS DIED , and an era has passed in all of our lives , and all that we are left with is the indomitable spirit of a MAN who shared his wisdom and courage and strength with us all. the world is a much diminished place without you my brother. I love you buff ,and I will miss you , see you soon. ed

 

Elizabeth Goldfrank posted on 8/1/18

The staff of the Hicksville Public Library sends thoughts and prayers to Victor and the family on this sad occasion.

 

George Doobinin posted on 8/1/18

Hey Buffy - driving over from Jersey. Too many memories to process. Long live the Playlands. Man vs Machine, Buffy, Man vs. Machine....

 

 

Ginny Woodhouse posted on 8/1/18

I shared many moments with Buff. I pray he is with Jesus walking hand in hand.

 

Joe Mullins posted on 7/31/18

You suggested I call you and ask me how you were feeling and so I did. That suggestion came 8 years ago when I first met you at one one of those gatherings and for the next 8 years we spoke every morning every day. The impact you made on my life will never be matched. I am so grateful that God saw fit to have our paths cross that fateful evening. My life is so much richer for having known you . With all my Heart I love you and will never ever forget you Ray . May God keep you in His Loving arms and may your spirit continue to flourish in the lives of all the people you have touched so lovingly. Good night my friend. I will still call you tomorrow . I dont know what else to do

 

Chris and John Fouhy posted on 7/31/18

We had fun, Buff! We love you! We miss you already.

 

Chris and John Fouhy posted on 7/31/18

We had fun, Buff! We love you! We miss you already.

 

Irene and Ivan Cargonja posted on 7/31/18

Miss you already. UnquaRd will never be the same. Thanks for bringing joy to our children's lives. Your life had a purpose. You helped many. One more thing.....

 

Jim ( Jimmy D) Devine posted on 7/31/18

My good friend, I know you are very much alive in the Unseen now and wouldn't cone back here if you could walk & run as you could in college. You are an uncanonized Saint and a major loss to AA. Savor your indescribable Presence now in the Lord's continued service. Saint " Wheelchair Ray" pray for us. Jimmy D - Open Door Amityville & Back to Basics workshop co-presenter.

 

A.C. Providenti posted on 7/31/18

Stan has left all that knew him a legacy of love of family, honesty and integrity. He was my mentor, and with Marilyn amongst our dearest friends. We have shared a lifetime of memories, some great some not so good, but always sincere. We know that wherever Stan is he will be looking for a leaking wooden hull to adopt. Tony & Fran

 

Patrick LaPersonerie posted on 7/31/18

Buff going to miss all the talks. Thanks for all the inspiration .I am very blessed to have known you . Love you . RIP my brother

 

Maureen and John Hogan and family posted on 7/31/18

Our deepest sympathies on the loss of your beautiful mother, grandmother and great grandmother. May she rest in peace.

 

J dell posted on 7/31/18

Buffy , I love you brother. Rock n Roll forever. You were one of a kind.

 

 

Ellen Briggs-kennedy posted on 7/31/18

You will be missed and the memories of gilgo I will always cherish RIP ❤️

 

Thomas Burke (aka: Tommy B.) posted on 7/31/18

"No More Wheels... my friend. Up On Your Heels... my friend. Dance All Night... my friend. Until The Morning Light... my friend. Enjoy How Everything Feels... my friend. Because You've Got No More Wheels! R.I.P. Brutha

 

John Wolfe posted on 7/31/18

Love you Buff,miss you already!

 

Susan K posted on 7/31/18

I weep not for the loss of your physical existence but with joy and thankfulness for being one who experienced the true blessing of knowing you - You changed my life Ray - you will forever and always have a special place in my heart and I will as best I can pass on the gifts you shared with me.

 

John ONeill posted on 7/31/18

“No rules for the other people” A Buff Original

 

 

Scott Irwin posted on 7/31/18

I miss you Buff. Thanks choosing to be my Dad when you didn’t have to and never giving up on me. I love you.

 

 

chris posted on 7/31/18

Thank you for providing me the meaning of inner strength and the beauty of life... .and of course March Madness..the best time of year for me..and it is all because of your acceptance...Thank you so much for your friendship...you were an inspiration

 

Kathleen Specchio posted on 7/31/18

And you him RIP Buff. You now are free to dance with the angels. Yes Dance Run and do all that you could not .... I bet that Rog was there to meet you and take care of you . Take care of him also I know both my sons truly loved you ..

 

Mary Burns posted on 7/31/18

RIP Ray I am sure you have everyone in Heaven laughing.

 

 

The Mousseau Family posted on 7/31/18

Rest in peace Mr. W

 

Henry & Jean Limbach posted on 7/31/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and Renee at this very sad time.

 

Alec Baldwin posted on 7/30/18

Thank you, Buff, for alerting me when my brother tried to hock my sister’s camera in order to buy illegal substances. #PlayLands

 

Alec Baldwin posted on 7/30/18

Thank you, Buff, for contacting me when my brother was going to hock my sister’s camera in order to buy illegal substances. #PlayLands

 

Eddie & Helen Reagan posted on 7/30/18

"Who's your Muhammad Ali?", Buff Bequet 1978 Hog Manor, Plymouth, NH Going to miss you Buff.

 

Guy posted on 7/30/18

Thank you for making our lives better. Love you Buff. R.I.P.

 

 

Richard Tonis posted on 7/30/18

Your a true example of what life can give you if your willing to accept the up and downs ! God bless you my friend

 

 

Debbie Grubert Serrano posted on 7/30/18

May you RIP sweet Buff. I will always consider you my 5th brother. Thank you for all your kindness and laughter. Heaven has been waiting for you. ^i^ xxoo

 

 

Kerry Ebbecke posted on 7/30/18

Just an all around great guy who will be deeply missed by so many people! RIP Buff!

 

Tom werner posted on 7/30/18

A real bag of shit. Chris and Greg are chips off the old piece of shit. Adios scum. Good riddance. Lol

 

John Doe posted on 7/30/18

Thank god he is dead. A real bag of shit

 

Joseph and Claire Chamberlain posted on 7/28/18

Our sympathy and condolences to Eileen and all her family. We were not aware of the passing of a dear friend and past wonderful neighbor.

 

 

Squad posted on 7/27/18

It was a privilege to have her in my life!

 

 

Adrienne posted on 7/21/18

Rest In Peace Mrs. Jordan. So thankful to have known you for all these years. Shine your light upon my Nor and her family.

 

 

KAREN DAMICO posted on 7/20/18

Carol although I didnt know you for that long ,I remember your beautiful laugh and smile as we conversed in Dunkin Donuts ,youll always be in my fond memories,Rip... ..your friend Karen

 

 

Gayle Sardella posted on 7/20/18

Bless you sweet Carol my husband and I always enjoyed your cheery laugh and company at the local Dunkin Donuts,we will always keep in fond memory..........Rip Carol

 

Gayle Sardella posted on 7/20/18

Bless your family Carol as I know its difficult at this time ,but time is a great healer and Bless you all Im sorry for your loss.

 

 

Gayle Sardella posted on 7/20/18

Lovely and always smiling thats how i remember Carol,Bless you as you fly with the Angels now,will always be missed,Rip

 

Shirley Jangard Karrel posted on 7/19/18

Debbie and Nancy — Your Mother brought smiles and much laughter to the lives of her family and friends. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time. As you suggested, a donation has been made to St Jude’s Hospital in Carol’s name. Love and miss you.

 

James Richter posted on 7/19/18

I remember Frank as a great buddy of my dad's, and our entire family as well! Always full of life... always a sportsman who was as good skiing on water, as he was on snow, and always laid back but somehow ready for an adventure. What a great guy! Lots of laughs, lots of good beer, lots of archery and soccer games, lots of good times. Still remember my dad's story of how he climbed a tall tree with an antenna on his back, so he could mount it on top... just so he can watch some soccer games! My condolences to the Puswald family.

 

Barbara and Arthur Kreiss posted on 7/19/18

Our deepest condolences to Mille and her family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. John was a very special friend and we will miss him greatly.

 

Debbie Searles posted on 7/18/18

Nancy and Debbie- Sending my deepest and heartfelt condolences. She’s in good hands now. I’m praying for you and your family.

 

RAMOS FAMILY - CARLSBAD, CA posted on 7/18/18

Dear Nancy and Debbie, We are deeply saddened to hear about the loss of your mother. Please know you're in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Patti posted on 7/18/18

Nancy and family I feel ur pain so deeply take comfort in all good you did wish I cold be there love patti

 

Patti posted on 7/18/18

Nancy Ramos and family

 

Di Rampelli posted on 7/18/18

Dear Nancy and family, so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. Sending our condolences and sympathy to you and all the family members. We pray for strength in this difficult time for you. God bless, Di and all your neighbors Westbury I, Deerfield Beach Florida

 

Sandy Rapp posted on 7/18/18

Long Island Opera Singer & Music Teacher Dies Vanna Palumbo 1923-2018. Born November 13,1923 in Cleveland, OH, Vanna Doglio Palumbo died July 15, 2018 in Inverness, FL. She was a Juilliard graduate who began her opera career at the Cafarelli Opera Company in Cleveland Ohio and went on to perform with the New York City Opera, the Cleveland Opera, the Cincinnati Opera, companies in Philadelphia, Chattanooga, and in a number of European venues. An accomplished coloratura soprano, she and her husband, tenor Albert Palumbo (1917-1980), eventually formed a nightclub act that was very popular in the Catskill resorts and on the cruise lines of the forties and fifties. In later years Ms. Palumbo taught piano at the Farmingdale, NY Music Center. At the time of her death she resided at Citrus Health and Rehabilitation, Inverness, FL. She is survived by her daughter Lori Palumbo and grandson James Palumbo of Homosassa, FL, her granddaughter Heather Schade and great-granddaughter Savannah Schade of Lyndenhurst, NY and her cousins, Doug, Kaila, and Zoe Musgrave of Cleveland Ohio, and cousin Sandy Rapp, of East Hampton, NY..

 

 

Tricia Malast Stone posted on 7/18/18

I love you

 

Tricia Malast Stone posted on 7/18/18

I am so proud that you are my father. A daughter couldn’t ask for a better one. I love you and words cannot express how much I will miss you. ❤️❤️❤️

 

Vernita Baldwin, D.Min posted on 7/17/18

Deb......your peer chaplains, Vernita and Cary, of Hampton (VA) Police Division send all our love and deepest sympathy to you and your family in the heavenly transition of your mother. We are praying that you be reminded that "earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal" and that "weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning"! We love you!!!

 

Pierre Pouliot posted on 7/17/18

Deb and family, we are sorry about the loss of your Mother. I only met her a couple of times but knew she was a special lady. Our prayers are with all of you, and a lot of hugs. Pierre, Colleen, Nicholas, Brennan and Devin.

 

tom sill posted on 7/16/18

Kay, I will always remember sitting around the kitchen table on spur lane drinking coffee and solving the world's problems. godspeed. say Hi to John for me, love Tom

 

Tom and Penny Pendergast posted on 7/16/18

So sorry to hear of Pat's passing, we remember her kindness when we were neighbors. May she rest in peace...

 

Marianne Hahn Glascott posted on 7/15/18

So sorry to hear about your Mom. So many great memories from Violet Street. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Marianne Hahn Glascott and the Hahn family

 

Doug and Pam Conlan posted on 7/15/18

We were so shocked to hear of Bob,s passing We send our sympathies and our love to you We will never forget you two When I think of Bob a smile comes to my face and love and laughter to my heart Love you girl

 

Doug and Pam Conlan posted on 7/15/18

Doug and I were shocked to hear about Bob,s passing We send our love, our sympathy to you and our love Please sing Memories to him for us We always had such fun with you two Thank you both for such wonderful memories Love you!

 

Anne and Ken Isabelle posted on 7/14/18

With heart felt sorrow on the loss of your beautiful Mom and Grandmother. She was truly a wonderful woman. It was an honor to know her and share many wonderful times with Pat. She has been elevated to glory.

 

 

Claudia, Paul and Francesca Buttafuoco posted on 7/13/18

We love you (Great) Grandma! You will be missed here on earth but we know you are at peace with Grandpa in heaven. XOXO

 

Jim Mullany posted on 7/12/18

Patrice & I have you and your family in our prayers. Bob was a good Regis man.

 

JANET REILLY posted on 7/12/18

My condolences to you and your family for your loss. You are all in my prayers.

 

Stephanie Nicol posted on 7/12/18

Mrs. Mackey was like another mother to me and my family. She welcomed us with open arms when Katie met Brad. She will be greatly missed.

 

Carol Leasure posted on 7/12/18

Dear Phyllis and family, Bob fought the good fight and was fortunate to have such support and love in all of you. He was a true trooper working thru all his health trials and will be remembered for his strengths and spirit. My thoughts and prayers are with you. God's blessings always.

 

Lorraine Hahn Gagnon posted on 7/11/18

To all of the Mackey Family and to my best friend Laura, my thoughts and prayers are with you all as you lay your Mom down to rest. Mrs. Mackey will always hold a special place in my heart and will always be considered my next door neighbor Mom. Love always!

 

 

John Protiva posted on 7/11/18

Sorry for your loss.

 

Peter Zelinski posted on 7/11/18

Dear Phyllis, Alice & I extend our deepest condolences. Bob was always helping others, no matter what the need and the effort required. We'll miss him.

 

JOHN VAN NAME posted on 7/10/18

Dear Phyllis, Linda and I offer our deepest condolences. Bob loved traveling the world with you and making all those memories.

 

Stephen Boatti posted on 7/10/18

Bob left us all too soon. He was a great Regis H.S. classmate and friend.

 

Brian, Catherine, & Steven Conroy posted on 7/10/18

We were deeply saddened by the news of Fredericks passing. We pray that God will grant your family strength. May he rest in peace

 

 

Laura Pepper-Doyle posted on 7/10/18

Jim, hoping the legacy of love your mother left you will be a source of strength and comfort for you now. With deepest sympathy......

 

Juliana posted on 7/10/18

I will always remember your kind and caring nature. You will be missed.

 

Ildiko DeAngelis posted on 7/10/18

Our sincere condolences on the passing of your wonderful Mother, Eileen. She dedicated her life to serving her family with love and devotion. With love, Alex, Ildi, Roxie and Julie DeAngelis

 

Roxana DeAngelis posted on 7/10/18

Rest In Peace, Grandma Murphy. You were a shining light in this world.

 

Jean and Carl Celeste posted on 7/10/18

Heaven gained another Angel, we will miss your smiling face. R.I.P. Joe

 

 

Tom Leach posted on 7/9/18

Jim, so sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

Carmella Kissell posted on 7/9/18

My dearest friend thanks for the memories we had together. Lots of laughs and good times. You will never be forgotten. Rest in peace my dear friend. Till we meet again.❤

 

Rebeca Turner posted on 7/9/18

I’m so sorry for your loss and ours. He was a great loving man and would do anything for anyone at anytime. He will truly be missed by many. My love and prayers to the family.

 

Pamela Graham posted on 7/9/18

You are all in my thoughts & prayers...LOVE YOU!!! Pammy ❌⭕️❌

 

Thomas & Catherine Mead posted on 7/9/18

Margie,(never did get quite used to calling you Marge), I will remember our fun times together as kids visiting each other in Bklyn with Grandma (your Mom) and Margaret. The years as we grew up , married, became Mom's and had our own homes. Our lives were always about family and friends. We will certainly miss you very much and always remember the special love and kindness you had for all of us. Rest in Peace, Catherine & Tommy

 

Christopher Weber Jr and Family posted on 7/8/18

So very sorry for your loss You are all in our thoughts and prayers

 

John Bondulic posted on 7/8/18

In loving memory Mayann Hand may god give you eternal peace, now that you have left us to be with him and your loved ones, you will be missed Rest In Peace my dear friend, thank you for the memories, JB, Yvette and Joe Vila.

 

Sara Pereira posted on 7/8/18

We are so sorry for your loss. All our love and prayers, The Pereiras

 

 

Marybeth Adler posted on 7/8/18

You will be missed by all. You love for your family will never be forgotten. Rest my angel no more pain

 

 

Doreen posted on 7/8/18

My Beautiful Cousin...you will forever hold a special place in my heart. All the memories of you will never be forgotten. Your smile, your laugh, your kind heart and when you used to do my hair when I was a little girl. You will be greatly missed. I love you and may you rest in eternal peace.

 

Lisa Finelli posted on 7/7/18

All my love and prayers to the Glasgow family at this time. <3

 

 

Steve sckalor posted on 7/7/18

Marge was a wonderful woman .she will be really missed

 

Jennie posted on 7/7/18

❤️I love you Dad❤️

 

Jennie posted on 7/7/18

I love you dad

 

Kathy Mead (Great-niece) posted on 7/7/18

I will miss Aunt Marge so much. Her positive spirit, energy, and optimism were an inspiration to me. My heart goes out to her son Al and all the rest of those who knew and loved her.

 

Joanne Jeffries posted on 7/7/18

Joe you will be missed. Your friendly smile n being there for everyone. We had good times as members of Campers of Long Island. I know Rex is enjoying talking to you.

 

 

Linda Reed posted on 7/7/18

Always in our heart

 

John posted on 7/7/18

Joe Rest In Peace my friend I enjoyed talking with you some years back In my daily walks past your house chatting about your camper and looking at your wood birds you used to make.untill we meet again.

 

 

Jennette James posted on 7/6/18

Rest In Peace

 

Barbara Lenihan posted on 7/6/18

Marge was a sister Columbiette.She will be missed.Heart felt sympathy to her family.May she Rest In Peace.

 

Marie Smith posted on 7/6/18

I was and am still inspired by her unflagging spirit and strength. May God Bless Marge and her family and friends.

 

 

Claudette Allen posted on 7/6/18

Bowling with was so much fun.

 

Judy Waldron posted on 7/5/18

25 years of Friendship, Bowling and Bunco. Will miss you terribly and feel blessed to have had you in my life. Rest In Peace my friend

 

Joseph posted on 7/5/18

Todd you were my best friend, I am heartbroken that you are gone, you will always be remembered and missed, thank you for all the memories. Rest In Peace.

 

Kathy and Bob Noonan posted on 7/5/18

My deepest sympathy. So sorry to hear of my dear cousin passing. I know you are not suffering any longer. I have many fond memories of her beautiful smile and laughter. May God bless you. Bob and Kathy Sortino Noonan.

 

 

Anthony and Maria Battista posted on 7/5/18

Our deepest condolences during this most difficult time for your family and loved ones. May you fly high with the angels and spread your wings over all who loved you. Rest in peace forever.

 

Ilene Meister posted on 7/5/18

So so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you .

 

Debbie Krokowski posted on 7/4/18

'Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart'.....

 

Bobbi Azumbrado Amico posted on 7/4/18

I am heartbroken to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you.

 

 

Evelina Simoes posted on 7/4/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

 

Nina cancellieri posted on 7/4/18

My Dearest Todd, my heart is breaking knowing that your life was cut short. I know you tried your best and you will be forever in my heart. You were a good hearted, kind young man, always ready to lend a hand and I hope you are at peace now. Love, Aunt Nina

 

 

Keith Gladitsch posted on 7/3/18

I miss you brother we had a lot of fun playing dominoes, spades and even just talking. You are missed not just by your family and friends but by any and all who truly knew you.

 

Dexter and Dennis Cirillo posted on 7/3/18

We will always have fond memories of Aunt Irene and Uncle Louie. We are thinking of you all and send our love.

 

 

Amilia Cirillo-Rios posted on 7/3/18

Dear Todd I’m heartbroken about your departure from us, my heart goes out to your parents and all who love you. You were a wonderful young man who will be missed by many. Your with Jesus now and I know he has special plans for you in Heaven, I’m sure you’ll be teaching all the Angels to make pizza . Love Ms C

 

Gail Kramer posted on 7/3/18

My deepest sympathy to your family. My thoughts are with you.

 

Gail Kramer posted on 7/3/18

My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I hope you will know that my thoughts are with you during this time.

 

John Cohee Jr posted on 7/2/18

Rest In Peace , Janice Strothman Herold

 

Kim Ann Bennett posted on 7/2/18

Our deepest sympathy and condolences on your loss. Keeping all of you in our prayers. With love, Uncle Richard, Aunt Jean and cousin Kim Bennett.

 

old friend posted on 7/2/18

Todd was such a kind and respectable kid, what a loss, and what a gain in Heaven with the Lord, he is. RIP

 

Bonnie Kroll posted on 7/2/18

John, Laura & Family - deepest condolences, my heart aches for you

 

 

Anna Metcalf posted on 7/2/18

Rest in peace

 

 

MARITZA RAMOS posted on 7/2/18

My forever friend... Rest...

 

THE SPALLETTA FAMILY posted on 7/2/18

OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHIES

 

The Brooks family posted on 7/1/18

Dear Ian and Family, Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

 

The Brooks family posted on 7/1/18

Dear Ian and family, our thoughts are with you and everyone there during this difficult time.

 

 

Meryl, Chris, Madeleine & Jenna Michon posted on 7/1/18

Gail was a such a blessing and bright light in our lives and always will be. All of our love is with you all today and always. xxx

 

Pattie & Charlie Restaino posted on 7/1/18

Dear John and family, Our sincerest condolences for your loss

 

John Cohee Jr posted on 7/1/18

To Ken Herold and the Herold and Strothman Families; so sorry for your loss ! Our deepest sympathies , all our prayers to Janice and her loved ones ! From The Cohee Family

 

 

Laureen E Bellamy posted on 6/29/18

Francis missing your impecable sense of direction #SIP

 

Ellen Thompson and Family posted on 6/29/18

To Bruce and Paul and all your families and friends - Dad’s little sister was always special to him and to all of us here in Rhode Island and Connecticut. We send our love to you and our memories of a lovely lady.

 

Chris Geiger McRedmond posted on 6/28/18

John was such a good friend to our mother, Val. She looked forward to talking to him each week. They were able to share their common condition. I know she will miss him. Your Dad was such an energetic, “can do” guy. I remember him inviting my Mom, Bernard and I to the catering place where he worked for lunch. I couldn’t believe his energy. One day they will be neighbors at Mount Saint Mary’s cemetery where she will be buried at the Geiger plot. I visit the cemetery sometimes and would like to stop to pay my respects to John. So let me know the location of your plot. With deepest sympathies for your loss, Chris Geiger McRedmond

 

Bob Devaney posted on 6/28/18

Very sorry for the loss of your honorable Dad, John.

 

Damaris Vega posted on 6/27/18

Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day. May loving memories bring you peace, comfort, and strength today and always.

 

Steven Blum posted on 6/27/18

Bruce, Paul and family my thoughts are with you all at this difficult time , may she rest in peace.

 

Dexter and Dennis Cirillo posted on 6/27/18

Always fond memories of aunt Irene. Thinking of all of you.

 

 

Kristina posted on 6/26/18

You were the best father in law a girl could ask for. You were more like a father to me. I love you and miss you. Rest In Peace. Love, your favorite daughter in law, Kristina

 

Carla Karlsson posted on 6/26/18

Aunt Irene, Gone but not forgotten. Enjoy your reunion with all those waiting for you in heaven....what a party, rejoice!

 

Ronald J Cirillo posted on 6/26/18

One of the nicest, kindest person I had the honor to call Aunt has left this world. The “ Grand Lady “ of the Cirillo family will be missed. With all our love, Ron, Kay, Devin, Christian, Carla, Ken, Keith, Ian, Dennis and Dexter.

 

 

Theresa Sceppa Fazio posted on 6/26/18

My first love and first hero. I will forever miss you. You have taught me so much about life i am the person i am today becomes of you ! My heart brakes everyday and every night and i miss your voice terribly . Nightmare that i will never erase . Just know we love you and you will never be forgotten ! Amazing Dad !!! Your little girl always Theresa Marie

 

Salita Singh posted on 6/26/18

Those we hold close to our heart never truly leaves us - My deepest condolences.

 

Jeanann Maniaci posted on 6/26/18

My prayers are with the family during this difficult time. Hugs and kisses❤

 

Pascale posted on 6/26/18

My heartfelt sympathies to the family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

MELISSA bARRETTA posted on 6/26/18

THOUGHTS & PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL

 

Sharon "Sharini" Brown posted on 6/25/18

Paul and Bruce (and family), I will always remember your mom by her kind heart, loving smile, and firm hand! When she said jump, no matter what, you always asked "How high?" Seeing her at Movin' On always made the place a little brighter. She will be missed.

 

Donna DiLiddo posted on 6/25/18

Pat. So sorry to hear about jack. We will keep you in our prayers. Leonard and Donna diliddo

 

 

terry anne posted on 6/25/18

I will miss saying "Hi mom Cirillo" over the fence and see her bathing cap in the pool. However she missed her husband so much and now they are together and don't worry, she's watching with loving eyes from above.

 

Eben Sheldon posted on 6/25/18

Very sorry for your loss. Never easy to say goodbye to your mom. Cherish the memories.

 

Cris Sahner posted on 6/25/18

Kane Family, deepest condolences Charlie was a fantastic guy i enjoyed our time at the office our out in his truck tremendously and never mind the backyard parties great memories of a great time and a great guy. Thoughts and prayers to you all at this moment.

 

 

Pat and Greg Macerino posted on 6/25/18

Sincerest condolences to all.

 

Phyllis posted on 6/24/18

First time I met Grandma Irene I had just lost my Mom. When we were talking I started to cry. She told me not to cry because my Mom wouldn't want me to be so sad. She was so kind. So you see Paul and Angela don't cry for Grandma Irene because she doesn't want you to be so sad either. God Bless Her. she's with your Dad now and very happy. xo

 

 

Danny Musselman posted on 6/24/18

Our sincere condolences to the Nolan Family.

 

Dorothy Skirzenski-friend of Joe and Nicole's from Bentley posted on 6/24/18

My thoughts and prayers go out to you all. Peace.

 

Joseph Fasano posted on 6/24/18

I have met many fine gentlemen in my lifetime but Jack was the finest. He will always be a part of my memories.

 

 

Anthony Visone & James Romero posted on 6/22/18

Dearest Uncle Jack - you will be deeply missed. Thank you for enriching all of our lives. Your light will continue to shine in all of us. Your sense of humor will always keep us smiling. Your positive attitude even in the face of the worst circumstances will always be a source of inspiration and admiration. All our love until we meet again.

 

Kathy posted on 6/20/18

My mom was loving and caring & nice to everyone she met. She was selfless & only saw the good in others. I really can't remember a time that she criticized or spoke badly about anyone. When I was growing up people always told me how beautiful my mom was and as I grew older I began to see that my mom was beautiful in every way, not just in appearance . I really believed that she was like a Saint ... perfect in every way. She only saw the Good in everyone she met ... I knew I could never be as perfect as her but I've tried to live my life in a way that she would be proud of me. She always believed in me & told me to think first before I did something so I would have less regrets. This was difficult for me as a teenager but as I matured I've tried to follow in her footsteps and will continue the rest of my life. My Mom was the center of our family & always stressed the importance of being a close family ..My mom and dad shared over 60 years together. They truly have a beautiful & sincere marriage. They loved each other & respected each other.. My Dad as most of you know is an exceptional Man who loves my Mom with all his heart. I will miss my mom so much . I will miss her love and friendship but I will try to continue to live my life as she led hers. I wish she could have held baby Fiona one time but I am happy she got to see a picture of her and that made her smile. I love you Mom forever and thank you Dad for loving & caring for her ........

 

 

Maria Clair-Howard posted on 6/19/18

Though I did not know Marie, I am her adopted daughter though Frankie - and it turns out her birthday is the day after mine. From all I know of her through Frank - Marie and I would be simpatico souls. A great Mom, caring for all her loved ones. I know she will be dearly missed but is at peace in the arms of God and whole again, I wish all the family my deepest sympathy but take heart in the knowledge Marie is Home.

 

Maria Clair-Howard posted on 6/19/18

Though I did not know Marie, I am her adopted daughter though Frankie - and it turns out her birthday is the day after mine. From all I know of her through Frank - Marie and I would be simpatico souls. A great Mom, caring for the environment and taking good care of her loved ones. I know she will be dealy missed but is at peace in the arms of God and whole again, I wish all the family my deepest sympathy but take heart in the knowledge Marie is Home.

 

robert donato posted on 6/19/18

PEACE.

 

robert donato posted on 6/19/18

from one friend to another- at you finally rest peacefully.

 

jim & janet posted on 6/17/18

God Bless Barbara, A wonderful person. God Bless her whole family. She will be missed by everybody who knew her.

 

jim & janet posted on 6/17/18

A WONDERFUL PERSON. GOD BLESS BARBARA.

 

Pam and Bill posted on 6/16/18

We have loved spending time with Joe at all the family gatherings and celebrations. He was always a pleasure to be with. We will remember him fondly and are here for you Annette. He is resting peacefully.

 

Albert Albano posted on 6/16/18

A good brother in law who will be greatly missed.

 

David Wiegand posted on 6/15/18

My friend Harry Hassler fought the good fight and kept the faith . He served his Lord and Savior and others with distinction as an officer of the law, police chaplain, Vice-President of the Railroad Evangelistic Association and family man. He has received the the crown of righteousness reserved for him and all those who await Christ's coming (2 Timothy 4:7-8). End of watch my Christian bother and fellow railroader.

 

Karen Como posted on 6/15/18

Joe was a true gentleman and always a pleasure to work with. One of the good guys!

 

 

Marie Hassler posted on 6/15/18

I knew Uncle Harry as a very kind and gracious man. I loved how he lived his life for God, his family and his country. I loved listening to his great stories, to his wisdom and humor! I loved being around Uncle Harry and Aunt Barbara, I loved to see their relationship and the relationship with Bill, John, Scott and Debbie and their families. He was the best of the best! I love you guys, you are in my thoughts and prayers, always!

 

patricia considine posted on 6/15/18

You were always so pleasant and courteous and my family and I are happy knowing that you will be looking at us from up above.

 

Richard Gaughan posted on 6/15/18

Met Joe at the Bear, awesome guy! Always helpful and always a great guy to speak with.

 

Elena Alicea posted on 6/15/18

"I bet you are finally home Running down those streets of gold The kind of peace you can't explain Looking into Jesus's face" We love you and miss you very much , amazing man of God Elena, Josh and Olivia Alicea

 

Kevin Molloy posted on 6/15/18

How awesome it must have been when he heard Jesus say “well done good and faithful servent”. I will miss him greatly but know I will talk with him again.

 

Diane Vohrer posted on 6/15/18

My heartfelt condolences to Barbara and family. Harry was a mighty man of God and a true humble servant.

 

Angela Timpone posted on 6/15/18

My sympathies to you all. Such sad news as this guy had such a zest for life.

 

Anna Christensen posted on 6/15/18

Bro Hassler...The Best of The Best...A Giant of a Man...A Life Well-Lived...A Legacy Follows Him into Eternity with His Lord and Savior JESUS CHRIST!!!

 

Elias Fernandez posted on 6/14/18

A very well loved man and will be greatly missed. Thank you Mr. Hassler. A true railroad policeman.

 

 

Cathy DiMarco posted on 6/14/18

We miss you Ralph!!!

 

 

Geri AUTOVINO posted on 6/14/18

May God bless you as you enter through his gates!!! I will always remember your beautiful smile......and the best rice balls...and cookies......as you look down on your family...you can be very proud.....you did an amazing job loving and raising them....until we meet again.....I will hold you in my heart.....

 

 

Ali Curry posted on 6/14/18

I am deeply saddened by the news of Aunt Nina's passing. I pray that God will grant the entire Costanza Family strength and comfort. I will always cherish the wonderful memories and the love and support she gave me through the years. May her soul rest in peace.

 

 

Ali Curry posted on 6/14/18

I am deeply saddened by the news of Aunt Nina's passing. I pray that God will grant your family strength. I will always cherish the wonderful memories and the love and support she gave me through the years. Forever in my heart.

 

Bryan Hassler posted on 6/14/18

He was a great uncle and my Godfather!

 

Ben Pepitone posted on 6/14/18

I had the privilege of working with your dad on the real police TPD and I can only say he was a good man and firm in his believes. He will be Missed.Sorry for our loss.

 

Alan Harkey posted on 6/14/18

Harry and I became friends through the Railroad Evangelistic Association. He loved the Lord our God with all his heart, soul mind and strength; and others more than himself. Harry, I'll miss you. I'll miss the fellowship we shared at REA conventions, our phone conversations and especially the times we spent in prayer together. Enjoy being in the presence of Jesus! And remember my brother, I'll be looking for you one day just inside the Eastern Gate.

 

Frank and Donna Fowler posted on 6/13/18

Love and prayers to Barbara and the Hassler family. May the God of all comfort carry you through this time. Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted. You have been generous, kind, and compassionate to our family.

 

Kenny Drayton posted on 6/13/18

I consider Harry a true friend and a wonderful supervisor. My heartfelt wish to his wife and other family members. May God bless and strengthen each of you each and every day. I will always remember the wonderful time we spent together on a previous Transit Police cruise.

 

John A. Curtin (Ptl) posted on 6/13/18

Harry didn't have an enemy in the world or a mean bone in his body. I had the pleasure of working with him in Dist. 4 in the late '70s, when he was a sergeant, and he always provided kind assistance and very capable leadership to the men in his charge. Last year, I exchanger a few emails and letters with Harry in connection with his arranging for me to receive the Golden Spike Award. May our beloved friend Harry Hassler enjoy his eternal reward in the glory of heaver.

 

Bill Hall posted on 6/13/18

Worked with Harry in D1 and many times when assigned to the rubber gun squad (O/U). He represented the best with his integrity, humility, and courage.

 

maria pfirman posted on 6/13/18

Well done good and faithful servant

 

Ken Michel posted on 6/13/18

Worked with Harry in the O/U.One of the best supervisors I ever had ON THE JOB.Rest in peace my friend Ken Michel

 

 

Winnie Attanasio posted on 6/13/18

Rest In Peace Harry. Well done my good and faithful servant

 

Charles & Laura Twombly posted on 6/13/18

Our condolences and prayers to Barbara and the entire family. Harry was a blessing to our family. He was a faithful servant of the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

herb eichenholz posted on 6/13/18

he will be missed a real fine person, may he rest in peace.

 

Chief Chip Greiner posted on 6/13/18

I am saddened to learn of Harry's passing. We last spoke about a year ago. We have been friends for over 30 years. May he Rest In Peace and may his family have continue to have God's blessing. Chip

 

Victor Annaloro posted on 6/13/18

I am deeply sorry to hear this. I knew and worked with Harry for most of my 20yrs in the NYCTPD. Dist. 1, 4 and the OU. He was a wonderful man, officer and supervisor. May God Love and Keep him.

 

Richard A Saunders posted on 6/13/18

May Harry "the hat" rest in peace he was a good supervisor. My condolences to the family. Richard A Saunders D-4 Retired

 

Stan White posted on 6/13/18

May Harry rest in peace He was a kind and gentle man with great intellect.Always caring about his fellow man and especially his fellow police officers.

 

Laura Goebel posted on 6/13/18

Missing you Harry!

 

Philip S. Cicero posted on 6/12/18

Erich was a terrific man. He was bright smart and an educational innovator. But beyond all that, he was able to be an effective administrator because he had a huge heart and truly cared about people. He hired me as his assistant in 1997 when he became superintendent. I was fortunate to have closely worked with him for those years prior to his retirement. I cherish those years.

 

Roger posted on 6/12/18

I wanted to express my condolence for your dad going to heaven. He was always a favorite uncle of mine because he always treated me nicely. And always had time to show me attention. When you’re a kid that is what you want most. I’ve been saying prayers for him. Not that he needs any help. He was a good man and is already in heaven looking down on us. Roger

 

Sandy posted on 6/12/18

Thinking of that dear Michael with a tear in my eye. Your most beloved father-a man of principle and courage. The Greatest Generation was honored to call him one of their own. A man who loved his family and life and took pride in his appearance and everything else he did.. He was a really good guy and I send my deepest and most sincere condolences to you. Love, Sandy

 

Bob & Euna posted on 6/12/18

Sad to hear this. Another ray of light has left the world. Our hearts are heavy. He was a true original. A man of great character, humor, and kindness. And of course a world-class story-teller. We're so glad we had the chance to meet him. Always looked forward to his visits, and will always remember him with a smile. Bob & Euna

 

Val posted on 6/12/18

My Dear Loreen and Family, My heart is very heavy for you and all of your family at the passing of your dear father. I will uphold all of you in my thoughts and prayers at this time and will have many warm memories of your amazing dad to cherish! Uncle Mike will be greatly missed! Love, Val

 

Sue and Wayne posted on 6/12/18

So sorry for the news - your dad was such a wonderful man and we always enjoyed his company. Love Sue and Wayne

 

Marilyn posted on 6/12/18

I was talking about him last night! ❤️ I will never forget him. How lucky you have been to have him so long. A man with his grace, his presence, and dignity (and let’s not forget that voice!!) so deserved to live long and die peacefully. He was blessed. My condolences to your family. He will surely be missed. I wish all of you peace. They say people die twice; the second time when they are never mentioned again. He won’t be forgotten by me or anyone else who knew him. His memory will live on. My love and prayers, ❤️Marilyn

 

Mark Worthington posted on 6/12/18

Loreen, Please pass along our condolences to your family. The world has lost another hero. Mark Worthington Webmaster & Historian www.450thbg.com

 

Craig Morison and Maryann Scanlon posted on 6/12/18

Erich set an example as an intelligent, compassionate educator and supervisor, providing us both with the foundation for careers as school psychologists that forever has been guided by his kind and professional hands. To his family and friends: may you find peace knowing all the good Dr. Erich Stegmeier created in our world. Craig Morrison and Maryann Scanlon, school psychologists, Island Park.

 

AMY WISNIEWSKI posted on 6/12/18

You will be missed Aunt Ida. I will never forget you. Love you dearly your niece AMY

 

 

Mike and Mary Maggor posted on 6/11/18

On to another good life

 

 

Vivian Mingino posted on 6/11/18

We will all miss your gift of life, laughter, joy of singing & presence among us. When St. Peter opened the gates I can imagined he said "leave the pain behind Joe. Join us, your family, Mickey's waiting to go a round of golf>" You are being welcomed to a new life "pain free". God Bless - we were blessed to have you in our lives.

 

Jack Devaney posted on 6/11/18

A hard worker all his life, who would never miss a day's work and would walk to it , rain or shine, sleet or hail. He was a classmate in grammar school and an old neighbor from St. Teresa's in Brooklyn. A happy guy and gentle soul all his life.

 

Jack Devaney posted on 6/11/18

A great tennis player in his day and was known as Joe the Mayor, who made everybody laugh on and off the court.

 

Mary Abrams posted on 6/10/18

I could hear your wonderful laughter when I saw the picture of you here - I know your love and laughter over the years has given all your loved ones many happy, comforting memories. rest in peace.

 

Sy Rosen posted on 6/10/18

Erich was the utmost professional and a great educator and mentor. He was brilliant in so many ways. To know Erich well, was to love him. May his memory serve as a blessing to all of us. Our condolences to Helen and his children and family. With love, Sylvia & Sy

 

Mary Perinelli posted on 6/9/18

My sincere condolences to Erich’s relatives and lovely wife Helen. Erich was a respected administrator in the Island Park Schools and a gentleman I was happy to work for.

 

Jan and Nick posted on 6/8/18

Your written sentiments touch my heart, having been a member of the family for 43 years, knowing and loving them all amidst the ups and downs for sure. With the passing of Uncle Mike we are at the end of a remarkable generation who surely did do well for kids growing up in a different and challenging time in The Bronx. They truly were the greatest generation, World War Two heroes abroad and at home. We will be there Sunday to celebrate the long life of your dad. With love and our condolences Jan and Nick

 

Denise posted on 6/8/18

I’m deeply saddened by the news your dad was an inspiration. My thoughts prayers and love are with you and your family Denise

 

Vicki & Michael posted on 6/8/18

I'm sitting here with tears in my eyes--both in sympathy for your loss and because I had such fondness and respect for your dad. From his history of service to this country during WWII to his amazing zest for life to the graceful way he handled the physical challenges of the recent past. Plus, what a head of hair! I know he treasured his time with his family and was lucky to have shared so many special moments with you and Dan and the girls. My thoughts are with you and your family. Tell Dan I said to give you a hug from me. If there's anything I can do, please, please let me know. Otherwise, I'll see you on Sunday. Vicki & Michael

 

Pegeen and Bob posted on 6/8/18

Oh, this truly brings sadness to my heart. Mike was a pleasure to know. Intelligent, funny, kind, caring, interesting.....and the apple does not fall far from the tree. May he Rest in the Peace of the Lord Pegeen & Bob

 

Wendy posted on 6/8/18

My heart pours out to you and the family in the passing of your wonderful dad. I cherish our moments together and that we continue our parents’ legacy of strong friendships. Love you. Wendy

 

 

Barry Lee posted on 6/7/18

My deepest sympathy and condolences to you and the family.

 

Irene Martin posted on 6/6/18

I’m so sorry for you loss. I was the little girl next door at Giuseppe and Lena’s house. I spent many evenings with my grandparents in the driveway hanging out. Margaret taught me how to catch lightening bugs. They always gave me treats! I’m now 30 years old and I still remember Margaret and Bob and how sweet they were!

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 6/5/18

My deepest condolences to the Corrado family and friends for the loss of your loved one Dolores. Look forward to seeing God's wonderful promise fulfilled for the loved ones we have lost in death a resurrection back to life very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5.

 

Linda Tapia posted on 6/3/18

Dear Justine and Patrick Your father and mother were two of the nicest people we ever had the pleasure to know. They were wonderful neighbors for the fourteen years that we lived next door to them. We are so sorry for your loss.

 

Linda & Patrick Anthony posted on 6/2/18

Deepest sympathy.

 

Michael Schreibman posted on 6/2/18

My sincere condolences. I played ball in central school school yard and remember him fondly

 

Ken Shapiro posted on 6/2/18

Please accept my condolences. Alan was a good friend in high school. I remember how kind he was while showing me up in our little, two-man games of stick ball (throwing strikes past me) and basketball (dribbling around me) in the Central School playground. Those were happy times.

 

 

Linda S Lombardo posted on 6/2/18

You were my family's neighbor for over 65 years. You were part of so many memories, good times and sad. I will miss your humor, your laugh, and your smile! Sweet Jeannie! Rest in peace now, with my Mom, Dad, and Johnny Love you! Linda Sue Big Hugs!

 

Amey posted on 6/1/18

To jimmy, your family is in my prayers. Just know you did a wonderful job taking care of your wife and for that she loved you much.

 

 

Coreen Lynch posted on 6/1/18

Sending love to you all through this difficult time. I wasn't able to make the service due to work but my heart was there. May your mother rest in peace and you are all in my prayers

 

Barbara K posted on 6/1/18

Brian, I am sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom.

 

Sima Betesh posted on 6/1/18

Rest In Peace

 

 

Sima Betesh posted on 6/1/18

Victoria Pereti

 

 

Sima Betesh posted on 6/1/18

My deepest condolences

 

Paula (Caracciola) Hayes posted on 5/31/18

James, Dana and family, Please accept my deepest condolences for your loss; I have fond memories of our fun times together. May your memories sustain you at this difficult time. God Bless

 

 

Christine basile posted on 5/31/18

Vicky is a great person, has a big heart ❤️,she loves her kids w all her heart,and loves her husband with all her heart,she always let girls friends in,always smile prayers to family,

 

 

Bill & Michele Miller posted on 5/31/18

Vicki: You will be missed by our entire Family. Your smile and love will always be remembered!

 

 

Cecelia Fiorello posted on 5/31/18

You are Truly loved and you will be truly missed by everyone. Rest in peace Vickie. With much love.

 

 

Darlene peretti posted on 5/31/18

Rest in peace Vicki. You will be missed. Always in our hearts! Love Tommie, Darlene & boys!

 

 

Donna oliver posted on 5/31/18

Love you so much aunt Vickie. Rest in God's arms!

 

 

Bobbie posted on 5/31/18

Thanks for everything Aunt Con! You were a constant in our lives.......We will miss you! Love, Bobbie, Larry, Linds, Kels, and Greg

 

 

John DeLuca posted on 5/30/18

Rest In Peace.

 

 

Vincent Arcery posted on 5/30/18

Vincent Arcery

 

ANDREA EARLES/COMMONWEALTH BRANDS, INC. posted on 5/30/18

Mary and Scott, Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this time of loss. We are here for you.

 

Nancy Esposito posted on 5/27/18

I am so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. She sat at my mom’s table at the Bristal. She was a sweetheart & I loved to make her smile. May she Rest In Peace. Nancy Esposito

 

 

Diane Roman posted on 5/25/18

Miss you already ❤️

 

KAY SMITH posted on 5/25/18

Dear Jeanne, your presence will be sorely missed at our AARP Farmingdale meetings rest in peace my dear friend

 

Ed Kuehn posted on 5/23/18

To my buddy Al - Over 50 years ago we tossed down a few during our year in Vietnam. Tonight I hoisted a PBR as a tribute to you. Rest in peace my good friend.

 

Ed and Linda Kuehn posted on 5/23/18

Rob & Jen, Adam, Melissa & Tyler and Mindy - You have our deepest sympathy and we share in your grief. Please take comfort that your kindness and caring since Laurie's passing almost two years ago helped Alan more than words can express. He was so very grateful for having a caring family.

 

Robert and Marianne Schreck posted on 5/23/18

Joe has been a part of the Schreck Family for many years . He has shared many fun times with us and will be missed. Many fun times were shared on the Golf Course at Bethpage with his Brother Jackie and my Brother Bill who grew up with Joe. Those times will never be forgotten. Rest easy Joe you will always hold a special part in our family. Our Love and Prayers extend to Gail, Jessica and Joe.

 

Kevin Mahoney posted on 5/22/18

The class of 66’Berner High School has lost a true friend.

 

Richard Olson posted on 5/22/18

So saddened to hear of Joes passing. Such a great person. I had a wonderful time at the Berner 66 reunion. I'm Berner Class of 1964.

 

Nancy Cavalli Walsh posted on 5/21/18

I am heartsick at the news of Joe’s passing. He will be remembered by so many of his Berber 66 classmates and current friends for his devotion to his family and for his funny, bittersweet stories about his life. He had such a way with the written word! My heart goes out to his family and to Gail, his rock, and his heart. My fondest hope is that the memories, boundless love and the support of all who knew and loved him, will carry you through. ❤️

 

Sharon Degnan posted on 5/21/18

I’m so sorry to hear of Mr. Klubnick’s passing. I grew up on the soccer fields with him cheering Jessica and the rest of her teammates on. He was one of the kindest people i’ve had the pleasure of knowing. My condolences to Gail, Jess and Joe.

 

Barb and Ray Richard posted on 5/21/18

Massapequa Park, Park Ave and the entire Berner '66 Nation has lost its "Mayor" and biggest cheerleader. Ray and I are beyond words in sadness. It is our hope that Gail and the family will feel the love and support of all the broken hearts that love them. Rest in peace now, sweet man. You have earned your rest.

 

Marlene plachinski posted on 5/20/18

Gail, we were so sorry to hear of Joe's passing. Our hearts go out to you and your family at this most difficult time. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Joe will be missed by so many but he is in heaven and no longer in any pain. Sending our love and heartfelt sympathies. Marlene and Walt

 

Marie and Dwight Winters posted on 5/20/18

Gail, Jess, Joey, and all your family, We were so shocked and saddened to hear of Joe's passing. The loss of Joe will be felt by so many...friends, customers, classmates (who adored him). Oh how we will miss his stories, but I can imagine the stories he's telling in heaven. We've lost a good man and friend but are glad he is no longer suffering. Our thoughts and prayers for peace, comfort, strength and understanding will be with you in the days ahead. We love you Gail, sending love and hugs.

 

Robert and Jill Thompson posted on 5/18/18

Mike was a wonderful and giving individual. Words cannot express our sadness.

 

Basso/Biondolilo Family posted on 5/18/18

Dear Edie, Mike & Family - our sincerest condolences on your father's passing. You are all in our thoughts & prayers, God Bless. Love, the Basso/Biondolilo Family

 

Frank Amato posted on 5/18/18

My sincere condolences to the Pollina family on their loss. Joe you were a terrific guy to be around. Always smiling, laughing and positive outlook. I had the privilege working with you and learning the business from you and always making work a fun environment. You will be missed dearly, but you have left me and many others with some great memories. May you Rest In Peace and pray for all of us. Your friend Frank Amato

 

Dave and Rose Syrett & Family posted on 5/17/18

Our condolences. Your mom was a great lady and my mom's best friend.

 

Donna Lademann Paine posted on 5/17/18

Monica, Bob and I were so sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. You, your daughters and family are in our thoughts and prayers. I remember the good time we had on the European trip 46 years ago when we met Mike. He had such a friendly bright smile whenever I saw him.

 

Ray and Ellen Baumkirchner posted on 5/17/18

We are so sad that such a wonderful husband, father, grandfather and friend has been taken from us. He was such a sweet, caring and generous man. To know him was to love him. We are so sorry for your irreplaceable loss.

 

Debbie Vella posted on 5/17/18

So sad to hear of Uncle Vinny's passing. On behalf of my mom, his niece, Dolly, and my husband and I, we offer our deepest sympathy. Uncle Vinny will be remembered for being the sweet uncle that he was, and especially for his quick wit, of which he always made us laugh. God Bless him as he journeys to be with his mother & father, sisters and brother.

 

Rosemary and Charles Tierney posted on 5/17/18

Anyone who had the pleasure knowing Joe was very fortunate to have shared that friendship with such a vibrant caring and generous person. Joe you are in a better place but you will be sorely missed.

 

Frank Gennaro posted on 5/17/18

I am so sorry for the loss. My heart goes out to the family. It was always a pleasure to see Joe when he came to Carmine's office. He always greeted me with a warm heart and smile. It was always a good family type atmosphere when he came to the office.

 

Billie Prince Flickinger posted on 5/16/18

So sorry for the loss. May Michael have peace. As cousins i wish we could have been closer.

 

Lisa Maloney posted on 5/16/18

I am truly sorry for your loss . It was a honor to have gotten to know Mike and I know he is know at peace awaiting reunion with his beautiful family in time in heaven . His strength and Grace were remarkable and inspiring to see . Truly a special Man .

 

Marie posted on 5/16/18

Have truely been blessed by your love and for sharing your life with me. Love you forever.

 

Maria Vasta posted on 5/16/18

Sincerest and Deepest Condolences to the entire Calamia family for the terrible loss of your beloved father/grandfather/father-in-law!!!! May he Rest In Eternal Peace in the presence of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, the Saints and all the Angels in Heaven!! May God Bless you all during this difficult time of pain and sorrow and always!!! We hope that God will be a constant source of strength and comfort! Keeping everyone in our thoughts and prayers. Sending Lots of Love, Marina, Ray, Gianluca & Marco Vasta

 

 

Maria Vasta posted on 5/16/18

Such a huge loss for the Calamia Family!!!! A Class Act, a Gentleman...an Amazing husband, father and grandfather!!!! You were all blessed to have had him in your lives for so long, and he was blessed to have had such a Beautiful, Loving family!!!! An extraordinary person...that warranted great respect and admiration from all who met him!!!! SINCEREST & DEEPEST CONDOLENCES. LOTS OF LOVE, The Vasta family

 

Anna Rose Cameron posted on 5/16/18

Dear Cousin Billy, On this day, the first anniversary of your passing, I want you to know that I am thinking of you, I am praying for you and I love you. My prayers are with you every day...as they are with many, many of our relatives, with you, in heaven. You are always remembered; you are a kind gentleman. Love Always, Cousin Anna Rose xoxo

 

Chris Lomuto posted on 5/16/18

Some of my best memories as a child was going to Uncle Joe's house. You were always there for me and I will miss you so much! I truly am blessed to have had you as my Godfather!

 

Peter Chin posted on 5/16/18

My condolences to The Pollina Family, Joe will be missed…

 

Tony Amato posted on 5/16/18

My deepest condolences to The Pollina Family. What a great man, husband, father, grandfather and friend. I will miss talking about life with you and hearing your laugh. You have touched so many lives and I will miss you deeply my friend. May God bless your soul and grant you eternal peace. Will never forget you. Tony

 

 

michael mazzullo posted on 5/16/18

I will never forget the wonderful times that we all had at LeMoyne. Mike was always the conscience of us all, who we could nevertheless, get to join in our reindeer games. I love you man. Monica and family, in your grief know that he left a lasting mark on those who knew him. i can say without the least bit of exaggeration, that I am a better person because I could count him as a friend. Mike Mazzullo

 

Maryse Prezeau, Ph.D. posted on 5/16/18

Josette will be remembered as a remarkable woman who cared deeply for us and devoted her life to the well-being of her family. Her role as a wife, mother, and sister was exemplary and her achievements earned her the respect of her family and friends. Rest In Peace, dear cousin, you will be missed.

 

Patrick J. Lomuto posted on 5/16/18

I am deeply saddened by th loss on my best friend Joe. I am Honored and Blessed to have known him. He was truly a Blessing in my life and I will miss him so much. Love You

 

 

Kathy & Wayne posted on 5/15/18

Heaven just got the best of the best. A true gentleman. Kind, funny and loving. We will miss your booming voice and beautiful smile. Till we meet again. Hugs!

 

Beatrice tramuta posted on 5/15/18

Joe Pollina..."Big JOE"...THERE ARE NO WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE LOVE WE HAVE FOR YOU! .....20 YRS AGO YOUR SON MET OUR DAUGHTER, NICOLE...AND WE BECAME "FAMILY"...YOUR SMILE, LOVE OF LIFE, GENEROUSITY, CARING, AND MOST OF ALL DEVOTION TO YOUR FAMILY MADE US FOREVER CLOSE....THE 3 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS WE SHARED WERE OUR GRANDCHILDREN, JULIAN, ELLA & SOPHIA...YPUR PRIDE FOR THEM WOULD LIGHT UP A ROOM. YOU WILL BE FOREVER MISSED, AND NEVER FORGOTTEN....THERE IS A SPECIAL PLACE IN HEAVEN FOR YOU:) YOU ARE ONE OF A KIND, AND WE WERE BLESSED TO HAVE YOU IN PUR LIVES..LOVE, BE A & TONY XO

 

Tom & Betty McCaffrey posted on 5/15/18

To the Pollina & Porzio Families

 

Tom & Betty McCaffrey posted on 5/15/18

To the Pollina & Porzio Families. Our hearts go out to you at this time. Joe is in our thoughts and prayers. RIP

 

James Killen posted on 5/15/18

Joe lots of laughs listening to good music your bartender 3&7 you will be missed RIP my friend

 

Jennie Jorgensen posted on 5/15/18

So sorry to hear about Joe we had a lot of good laughs with him. May he Rest in Peace

 

Jack Werther posted on 5/15/18

I will never forget your smile and personality that would light up the room you entered. Rest In Peace Pal.

 

 

maryann brigantic posted on 5/15/18

JOE YOU WILLBE MISSED BY SO MANY.YOU ARE A REALGENTLEMEN.I GUESS JESUS WAS WAITING FOR A REAL SPECIAL PERSONTO HELP HIM.

 

Mike & Karen Courtney posted on 5/15/18

You are all in our thoughts and prayers in this time of need.

 

Ken Klobus posted on 5/15/18

Monica, my sincere condolences on Mike’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you. As we go through life we meet many people that are soon forgotten, but there are a few who we remember and cherish the times we spent with them no matter how many years may have gone by. Mike was one of those special people - I will always have fond memories of our days at Pius and the overseas adventures we all shared so long ago. May God hold him in his arms as he watches over you at this difficult time.

 

 

Lona and Victor Johnson posted on 5/15/18

May the light of Christ shine brightly for Mike!

 

Lona and Victor Johnson posted on 5/15/18

We are sorry for your loss. Mike was deeply loved by his family and friends. Love and blessings to the Rea family as you celebrate his life.

 

 

Tom Doherty posted on 5/14/18

I was very saddened to learn of Mike’s passing today. I have nothing but kind thoughts and fond memories of Mike, Monica and the girls. My heart goes out to all of you during this difficult time. He will certainly be missed by everyone who knew him.

 

Wayne, Enrica, Nicole and Brandon Gillikin posted on 5/11/18

Dear Rina and family, we will miss Nello and his wonderful sense of humor. Nello was one of a kind. There were few times when we saw him without a smile on his face. We know he is resting in peace. Our deepest condolences to you all.

 

 

Electriceddie Daus posted on 5/8/18

May Your Strength and Wisdom Carry You Into The Next Realm...

 

Jeanette Rubino posted on 5/8/18

Rest in Peace my old friend. Catch up with you later.

 

Steve Wong posted on 5/8/18

Rest in peace my friend .... I'll see you "on the other side"!

 

Patty and Pj Mcgrath posted on 5/8/18

Our condolences to the family during this difficult time. Such a loving, caring and sweet person, Kathy will be greatly missed.

 

Madeline Strasser posted on 5/7/18

A dear friend with grace, elegance, humor and the smileyest face God ever created! You will be forever in my heart! ❤️

 

Joseph L Birbiglia posted on 5/6/18

Kathy a wonderful person Schoolmate Friend Praying for the family. May God Comfort and send his Love on them.

 

Patty Renda posted on 5/3/18

Sheila, thinking of you and your family. My deepest condolences

 

Celeste Forster posted on 5/3/18

Sheila, Wanted you to know you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Missing you at work.

 

Monika Sajczyk posted on 5/3/18

Wyrazy Wspolczucia Dla Calej Rodziny,Zyczy Monika Sajczyk z Rodzina.Spoczywaj w spokoju Ewa

 

 

Miranda Zimnoch posted on 5/2/18

Wyrazy współczucia dla całej rodziny. Our deepest sympathy to the whole family. May she rest in peace.

 

Angela Cantone posted on 4/30/18

The Cantone's are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May you find strength in each other and honor your father's memory each and every day. Much love.

 

Paula Marie posted on 4/30/18

I miss you already Dad.

 

Ray & Vivian Zajac posted on 4/30/18

Our deepest condolences.

 

Paul and Iris Agnello posted on 4/30/18

Dear Kenney, Our deepest condolences to you and your family on your loss. Diane was such a beautiful and sweet person and we will cherish our memories of her. You and your kids and grandkids are in our thoughts and prayers in this trying time. Sincerely, Paul and Iris

 

 

Maritza C. Jupiters Hair salon posted on 4/29/18

You will always be remembered as a sweet and kind individual. I loved our talks at the salon. Cherished the time we had; You will truly be missed.

 

Betty Pascuzzi posted on 4/29/18

He was a very kind man I am sorry for your loss.

 

 

Bill and Monica Toto posted on 4/29/18

May you arrest in Peace Francis. You're home with the Ang3ls. Till we meet again.

 

MB posted on 4/28/18

Please accept my heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your beloveds Dorothy. My thoughts and prayers goes out to her family and friends. We can all look forward to a world without pain, suffering and death of our loved ones as promised at Revelation 21:4 and John 5:21. May you find a measure of comfort and peace in these grand promises during this difficult time of grief and sorrow.

 

Mary Ilijic perrella posted on 4/27/18

Laurie, sending my prayers for you and your family with the loss of your mother. What a beautiful, radiant smile she had. Sending hugs and love, Mary

 

 

Pattie Trainor Rothgery posted on 4/26/18

My God and all of his angels wrap their arms around her family and help them get thru this unbearable grief ❤️

 

 

Pattie Trainor Rothgery posted on 4/26/18

My cousin Diane was beautiful soul taken way to soon! I remember when I was younger and very very shy she would sit with me and try to help me to be at ease. Thank you Diane for your kindness I Love You and will never forget those moments spent with you❤️ R.I.P.

 

 

Pat& Frank Allocca posted on 4/26/18

I will always remember Diane’s beautiful smile & cute laugh. God Bless you and your family.

 

Harvey Mutterperl posted on 4/26/18

Ken so sorry to hear about your loss. Please accept my condolences and extend them to your family as well. With deepest sympathy, Harvey Mutterperl

 

Donna A. Sturm posted on 4/26/18

Ken and Miller Family, I am so sorry to hear about Mary's passing. Please accept my deepest condolences. My thoughts are with you.

 

Sue posted on 4/25/18

Hi Mom, It's Sue. I guess I am the first one. You have been like a Mother to me and for that I will always be grateful. You accepted me into your family immediately. The wedding you gave Billy and I was so gracious, elegant, and full of our families. I will never forget you. Rest easy in the arms of the Lord. Love from "your best friend", Sue

 

 

Nancy Pena posted on 4/24/18

God Bless Millie and her beautiful family. Words cannot express the heartache, but know her laughter, sense of humor and love will be forever in our hearts... I was honored to know her from my childhood and have wonderful memories of her and Dad. She is smiling on us all :)- xoxoxoxo

 

Mike A (west babylon) posted on 4/23/18

I am so sorry to hear about your father. He was such a great and funny guy!. He will be missed. Just thinking of the both of you...

 

Henry & Madie Dolny posted on 4/22/18

God bless her soul.

 

Rich and Sharon posted on 4/20/18

Sue and John - all through the years we have seen the poignant struggle, and the dignity with which your family braved it. We *KNOW* that Julia is in a better place now and pray that your grief might be tempered knowing that. Love and prayers.

 

Nancy Elmann (WMC transplant Coordinator) posted on 4/18/18

Sending my deepest heartfelt condolences to the Podmore family. Sending love to you during this difficult time.

 

 

Tom and Carmen Carmody posted on 4/18/18

We will always remember Julia Ann for her sweet, loving, and joyful heart. Safe in heaven with her dear Dad, we pray she will Rest In Peace.

 

Robert Claudio posted on 4/15/18

It is with deep sympathy that I give my condolences to your families loss. May Julia find peace with our savior and her family find solace in her peace.

 

 

Mary Dehner posted on 4/15/18

If I would have known I would have been there.

 

Douglas and Sonja Gorowski posted on 4/14/18

Our deepest sympathy and condolences to all of the podmore family on the loss of Timothy,may he rest in peace

 

 

Thomas V. Bruno posted on 4/14/18

I’m very sorry for the loss of your Father. May he rest in our Lords eternal peace

 

Connie & Mike Kurshuk posted on 4/13/18

Marianne, our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Kenny was a great guy

 

Andy Sanchez posted on 4/12/18

My Prayers are with you and your family Marianne...so very sorry

 

 

Andy Sanchez posted on 4/12/18

Rest in Peace Marine..thank you for your service..see you on the other side..Proud to have called you my friend..Love you Buddy

 

Paul Liucci posted on 4/12/18

Nick and Family, I'm sorry and saddened to hear about your loss; I've been thinking of you and your family, and send my sincere condolences. I'm afraid this is a sign of our age. I hope to see you soon and hear about your favorite memories. Paul Liucci and the Liucci Family

 

 

Joy Petrocelli posted on 4/12/18

Condolences and love to Marianne and family.

 

Isilay Cabuk posted on 4/11/18

I am so sorry to hear Kevin's passing. My thoughts and prayers with him and with all his family.

 

Carl & Patrice Smith posted on 4/11/18

Our deepest condolences to the Chambers family., prayers and love to all Carl & Patrice Smith

 

Mark & Maureen Newman posted on 4/11/18

We are so saddened to learn of our cousin Kevin's passing. He was a great guy, and we enjoyed his company so much. The most memorable characteristic of Kevin was how much he loved, and was proud of, his family. Our sincerest condolences to all of you.

 

Sandra Gonzalez posted on 4/11/18

My deepest condolences to your family at this time. Take comfort in each other and in the knowledge that she's in peace now and always with you.

 

Victor Duran posted on 4/11/18

The passing of Kevin leaves a great void in our lives. I met him nearly 40 years ago. A great guy, true friend, wonderful family man. He will be greatly missed by all of us who knew him. My condolences to everyone in his family. May he now be at peace and in a better world. Victor Duran

 

Mike & Mary Beth Newman posted on 4/11/18

We are so sorry to hear about Kevins passing. Please convey our condolences to his family.

 

Nancy Eckert posted on 4/11/18

Heartbroken Forever

 

Lois-Ann Holmes posted on 4/10/18

My thoughts and prayers are with her entire family including friends! A life well lived.

 

 

Candy Vacante posted on 4/10/18

Deepest condolences to the Chambers family. I will always remember the memories with Kevin and the gang on 48th street. Rest easy my friend.

 

Mary Norton posted on 4/10/18

I am greatly saddened to learn of my cousin Kevin's passing. My deepest condolences to the family.

 

Barbara Grizlo posted on 4/9/18

My Sympathies to Tom and Family!

 

Jeannie Hoffman posted on 4/9/18

I will remember Freddie very fondly. My condolences to her family.

 

 

Keith and Cheryl Robbins posted on 4/9/18

We will always remember Freddie fondly. Her beautiful smile and her laugh. Prayers for her family.

 

Elizabeth Focarazzo posted on 4/9/18

Dear Jean, Kenny, Alison and families, So sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. Just heard about the news yesterday in mass. Our sincere condolences. The Focarazzo Family.

 

 

jennie spooner posted on 4/5/18

Thank you John for all those laughs and sharing your crafts and letting us see your unique way you looked at life .You will be greatly missed

 

Lou Ann Roche posted on 4/4/18

I was sorry to hear of Mr. Monahan's passing. I extend my sympathy and prayers to the Monahan family.

 

Dolores Ajello posted on 4/4/18

Our deepest sympathies to the Venditto family. You all are in my prayers. Dolores & John Ajello

 

Michele DeCrescenzo posted on 4/2/18

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Michele DeCrescenzo posted on 4/2/18

My Dear seeet Rose You were very much like a second Mother to me. My heart is broken! I will miss our talks, laughter, and just your kindness! I love you!! Michele DeCrescenzo. Xoxo

 

Valerie posted on 4/2/18

The picture embedded in my head of Mrs, V is my coming through the kitchen door to see Carol and Mrs. V would be painting her nails, the coffee pot would be on and Mrs, V's brother John would be there talking with her. Rest in Peace all of you and prayers to John and family.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 4/2/18

My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Anne. Please read God's wonderful promise for the loved ones we have lost in death to be fulfilled very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth by his son Jesus Christ it will give you hope and comfort during this difficult time Acts 24:15; John 5: 28,29; Revelation 21: 1-5.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 4/2/18

My deepest condolences to the Venditto family and friends for the loss of your love one Rose . Hope and comfort comes from God's wonderful promise for the loved ones we have lost in death to be fulfilled very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth by his son Jesus Christ Acts 24:15; John 5: 28,29; Revelation 21: 1-5.

 

Paul Borner posted on 3/31/18

Rose, it was a honor and a pleasure to have known you. I always enjoyed talking to you and how you always spoke your mind. The world has lost a great lady. Rip Rose , I will always remember you

 

Lisa & John Maloney posted on 3/30/18

Our hearts are broken. He was a "brother" and a dear friend. So fortunate to have had his friendship these past 7 yes. Him and Itchy will always be in our hearts.

 

Grace & Chris Metz posted on 3/29/18

Chris & I will miss John & the many good times we had together over the years. So sorry we could not be up there in your time of sorrow.

 

Steve Hernandez posted on 3/29/18

Kristine and I, along with all of your Spruce street family, were saddened to hear of the loss of our brother John. We know the feeling of loss can be overwhelming at times. For this we keep the entire Bruder family in our prayers. Knowing John is in paradise, under the care and protection of our lord Christ Jesus, brings a smile to us all. Congratulations John, for you shall live forever

 

 

Annemarie & Michael McKenny posted on 3/26/18

Jay as always so nice & so welcoming when we visited with Debbie &Chris & the kids. We always got a big hug & kiss hello. I mentioned one time that I liked copper things in the kitchen, and she made sure I went home with a copper tray -very sweet. She will be missed. May she rest in eternal peace, & find joy, good health & smiles once again with Christ in Heaven. xoxo

 

Judy Berongi Vincent posted on 3/26/18

You and your family are in my heart and mind. My condolences on the passing of your son.

 

Bob Berongi posted on 3/26/18

My condolences for your loss. We all will miss Matt. Our prayers are with you God Bless

 

Mohamad Salem posted on 3/26/18

Diane, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Just know that you have a huge family here in CBAF that still loves you. You and your family are in our prayers. - Mo

 

Chermaine Sweeney-Williams posted on 3/26/18

My condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. If you ever need anything, a shoulder to lean on, an ear to listen or just my presence without questions I will be there. We love you Chermaine & Family

 

Rob and Whitney Berongi posted on 3/25/18

Sending healing and comforting thoughts and love. Matt will be greatly missed.

 

Peter & Dolores Sommo posted on 3/25/18

Diane, our deepest condolences and prayers

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 3/25/18

My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Josephine. You will be reunited with Josephine again very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth under Jesus Christ Kingdom rule Daniel 2:44 that he taught his followers to pray to come in the Lord's Prayer Matthew 6:10 no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5.

 

Brenda Brown posted on 3/24/18

My deepest condolences. Praying for you and your family.

 

Bill Wien posted on 3/24/18

Diane- My deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Danielle and Frank Lema posted on 3/24/18

With warmth and condolences

 

Joann Centrone posted on 3/24/18

Dear Diane, Nicole and Gemma, I am so very sorry for the loss of your son, brother and Uncle. Thinking of you today and sending you much love.

 

Phone2Action posted on 3/23/18

Our most sincere condolences to the family of Mr. Frank Spatarella. Regina Spatarella is our dear collegue and friend. Our prayers for the family at this difficult time.

 

Louise, Kaz and family posted on 3/22/18

Our deepest condolences to all of Maria’s family for your loss. May she Rest In Peace.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Micheletti posted on 3/22/18

So very sorry for everybody in Maria Sepe’s family. She was a beautiful personinside and out.

 

Ann posted on 3/22/18

Will miss your humor and candid thoughts! I will remember that you were always there when we needed you the most!

 

Glenn Kearney posted on 3/21/18

I was just thinking of my friend and mentor yesterday. I didn't realize that he had passed. He will always be part of my memories of KNZ71 and Mineola High School. RIP Phil. Your friend Glenn Kearney class of 1977

 

Ms Rose Zollo posted on 3/20/18

Uncle Frank was a great Husband, Father, Uncle to his family. He will be greatly missed. ❤❤❤

 

Ms Rose Zollo posted on 3/20/18

Rose Zollo

 

Patricia T. Maraia posted on 3/20/18

To Kevin’s family Susan was kind enough to inform me of Kevin’s passing. I am so sorry for your loss. He was a terrific guy. We dated briefly in HS and then again at 19 Lots of great memories. Rest In Peace, Kevin.

 

Mary Hall Udasin posted on 3/20/18

Many fond memories of Bobby and the fire house growing up. Thinking of his family at this time. Sending prayers.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 3/19/18

My deepest condolences to the Mackie family and friends for the loss of your loved one Linda. In God's word the Bible is a wonderful promise for the loved ones we have lost in death to be fulfilled very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth by his son Jesus Christ it will give you hope and comfort during this difficult time Acts 24:15; John 5: 28,29; Revelation 21: 1-5.

 

 

Jenny posted on 3/19/18

Bis wir uns wieder treffen - Love you Opa! <3

 

 

Cathy and Jim Attridge posted on 3/19/18

We will always remember Fred's unforgettable smile and wonderful disposition. We have fond memories of the fun we shared together at the family gatherings. Our thoughts and prayers are wilth you and your family.

 

Joan and Bill Roulston posted on 3/19/18

We are heartbroken. It's hard to believe so many years have gone by but we have so many wonderful memories of times spent together. He was a gentle and caring man who we always enjoyed spending time with. We love you, Camille, and are always here for you regardless of the distance between us.

 

Catherine Ann Chaplar posted on 3/19/18

Aunt Mary was always very special to me. It is a comfort to know that she is at peace and with Uncle Tom once again. As kids, we were so happy when Aunt Mary and Uncle Tom came over for a visit which always included several cakes from Ebinger's. I have many fond memories of my mother, Aunt Mary and Aunt Catherine dancing to Irish music in the kitchen. I will never forget how sweet she and Uncle Tom were together nor how happy they always were to see their nieces and nephews. I stayed over at Aunt Mary's and Uncle Tom's so much as a kid, I remember the house on 47th St, the apartment on 3rd Avenue, pizza on Friday night, watching Dragnet, having a real Coca-Cola, the candy dish that was always full, the crystal basket filled with artificial fruit - always arranged just so, learning how she cleaned her Waterford, the wardrobe closet in her bedroom, cramming all of us in her tiny apartment for a Sunday dinner, when she and Uncle Tom owned the candy store, how meticulously clean she was - about everything, going to Flemington to pick up her fur in the fall, stopping at Ann Elkins or Marie Kenny's, going to Aunt Catherine and Uncle Al's, Uncle Jack and Aunt Teesie's, or Uncle Pat and Aunt Ann's, Canarsie, Jones Beach, going shopping on 86th St, or 5th Avenue, stopping at the ice cream parlor for an egg cream, going to church, learning to cook...I could go on and on. I said good-bye to Aunt Mary on her 90th birthday, knowing as I left that it was probably the last time I would see her. I told her I loved her. I always will.

 

Ruth M. Frech posted on 3/18/18

My heart is breaking. We've been through so much. Jack is waiting with a scotch in one hand and a Jack Daniels in the other. Miss you both so much. Love you.

 

Gabby Parker posted on 3/17/18

There was no other man like you. You were the best grandpa anybody could've asked for. The room lit up whenever you walked in. So many great memories and so many great laughs were shared with you. I will always love you. Shaboom Shaboom

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 3/17/18

My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Robert. Please read God's wonderful promise for the loved ones we have lost in death to be fulfilled very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth by his son Jesus Christ it will give you hope and comfort during this difficult time Acts 24:15; John 5: 28,29; Revelation 21: 1-5.

 

Jim Bangert posted on 3/17/18

Hi Gang, Wow !!! It too am shocked to hear this sad news about our fellow train friend Kevin Kavic's passing away this week !!! He lost a brave battle to cancer. Tom Ball and I have been hanging out with him and his wife Sue for just about ten years now at the Club Hotel on 2000 Loucks Rd. in York PA. He was also a Fellow Amateur Radio Operator like myself ~ KB2UNK. He was such a Nice Guy, very Model Train knowledgeable and so much fun to be around and I will miss him tremendously !!! My sincerest condolences to Sue and Family... :(

 

Julie Lingner posted on 3/16/18

You are loved by everyone who knows you!! Such a great man, full of integrity, knowledge and love. You will be missed more than you will ever know.. xoxoxoxo

 

 

your loving wife posted on 3/16/18

My soul mate and love of my life, my heart breaks miss you so much already.

 

 

your loving wife posted on 3/16/18

My soul mate and love of my life. You were a loving and caring husband wish we could have 54 more years. Until we are together again.......

 

 

your loving wife posted on 3/16/18

Beautiful blue eyes and loving gentle smile

 

Peter Lewis posted on 3/16/18

The Lewis family wants to express our sincere condolences at this time of your loss. Love, thoughts and prayers go out to the Distler

 

 

Margaret Barone posted on 3/15/18

He always had all the answers to all my silly questions. Always smiling and so easy to talk to, he always made you feel special and important.

 

Lisa Feld posted on 3/15/18

To the Distler family, so sorry for your loss

 

 

The Doyle family, Vanessa Steve, Liam,Aiden & Owen posted on 3/15/18

Saying goodbye to someone we love is heartbreaking. May you find comfort in all the special memories shared over a lifetime.

 

 

NICOLE Eprifania posted on 3/15/18

You will be missed Aunt Flora Love ,Nicole ,Rob, Nicolette,& Marissa Eprifania

 

 

Laura Lucas posted on 3/14/18

Your friends at PKL will miss you. Rest In Peace.

 

Lynda Christoffers posted on 3/14/18

I met Theresa on a trip with the group of ladies from Madonna Heights. Theresa always traveled with her very good friend June. I enjoyed traveling with both of them. So sorry to hear this sad news of Theresa’s passing. My deepest sympathy to her entire family.

 

Christine Sisco posted on 3/13/18

You my Aunt will be truly missed. Loved your laugh. rest in peace. Hope the throw a party up there for you.

 

Elizabeth Cosmo posted on 3/13/18

You Left Us With A Lifetime Of Memories That Your Family And Friends Will Treasure Always. Rest In Peace Dear Godmother.

 

Joe and Mary Triola posted on 3/12/18

Sending love, caring thoughts and prayers for all that gives you strength. Through you Mom's beautiful spirit will continue to inspire goodness in this world. Through you, her love and joy will always live on...

 

 

The Cohen family posted on 3/12/18

Rest in peace Lucia..xo

 

 

The Cohen family posted on 3/12/18

Rest in peace grandma Lucia

 

Kelly Steigler posted on 3/12/18

Aunt Mary will be remembered with such love. She always made me smile and laugh, she had the ability to be funny on purpose and not even know she was being funny. So at all times, she was funny. At every family party I would bee-line it over to Aunt Mary because her conversation was so full of pure joy and goodness. She always loved seeing other people happy, it’s a such special quality and I wish more people had it. Just shooting the breeze with Mary on an array of topics was like a warm cup of coffee. So comforting and always made me smile. She never forgot a birthday and loved sports. She was so proud of all her family and she was just a big mush. I loved her dearly. I will miss you Mary, my birthday buddy.

 

Catherine Di Fazio posted on 3/12/18

Mary I will remember the happy moments we had together. All the years passed the babies Holidays and parties and the friends and family that shared in our lives. I will miss you Mary and the good times we had. Although I know somehow you are still near to us watching and guiding us. Healing the hurts of your passing . Bill will always remember your kindness at his last visit to N.Y. and the good times he had with you. Mary your love for us will not be forgotten. Your memory will always be with us.

 

John and Lou Ann Coppola posted on 3/11/18

We are truly sorry to hear of Lucy’s passing Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you.

 

John and Lou Ann Coppola posted on 3/11/18

We are truly sorry to hear of Lucy’s passing Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you.

 

Vanessa G Hainas posted on 3/11/18

Dear mom, you were a sweet and loving mother in law to me. You were a caring and loving grandmother to Andrea and Andy and we are blessed to have had you in our life. I know that you are now in Heaven looking over us, however, I will miss your beautiful smile and your kind heart. You will forever live in our hearts. Love you, Vanessa Hainas

 

Tony Vitale posted on 3/11/18

Thank You Aunt Lucy for always being there for my family and all the Vitale’s. You can Rest In Peace Now with your brothers

 

Jenette Di Fazio posted on 3/11/18

Dear Aunt Mary, My heart is heavy, sad but shines bright for you. Your wisdom and strength always made me be stronger. Your compassion and kindness towards life made any one appreciate the beauty to live. I will miss hearing from you and getting a greeting card. You are a light in this world that will continue to shiner May your soul rest in love and peace, thank you for being a loving kind Aunt.

 

Jenette Barth posted on 3/10/18

Dear Mary, It's hard for me to believe we will never have our Saturday evening telephone conversations. It is so terribly difficult to put into words how much I will miss you. Although I moved across the country we were never far apart and I believe that although you have left your earthly bounds we will still be close by the grace of God.

 

Cousin Joseph Coyne posted on 3/10/18

Soldier, rest! thy warfare o’er, Dream of fighting fields no more; Sleep the sleep that knows not breaking, Morn of toil, nor night of waking. Soldier rest. If the world had only people like Peter Gibbons there would be no war.

 

Ali, Darin & Isabelle Kerby posted on 3/10/18

Dear Uncle Peter, Thank you for being such a kind and loving uncle while here with us...You were a true hero and we will always remember your humor, kindness, generosity, patience, loyalty and bravery. You were such a gentle and gracious soul...I believe my Dad (Jim Kelly) said it best "you always added a quiet touch of class"...He loved you so very much (as we all do) and I'm sure he was waiting for you in Heaven with a fishing pole in hand. We are all eternally grateful for all you did for us...We will miss you so much and will always 'love you to the moon, moon, moon and back' With all our love, Ali, Darin & Elle xo

 

 

Maureen McKenna-Brown posted on 3/10/18

My Dearest GodMother & Auntie Mary, Shocked is an understatement of how I felt when my brother Jim shared the news of your passing with me! You had just called me, in January, after we buried my daddy and as you know, I was planning on coming down for your birthday, later this month. Apparently, God needed you more. As heartbroken as I am, and BELIEVVVE me, I am, I'm TRULY happy you are finally reunited with Gram, Grampy, & your sisters, Catherine (Mom 8-03), Joanie (6-98), your niece, my sister Catherine (9-05) & many many friends; Skippy (my daddy) Sandy, Mary, Mary & Ray Cole, just to name a few. The Fleming Family may be complete now, but I can only imagine how broken my Godfather George, and cousins Tom and Theresa (Chris O,Brian, Brian Bookstaver & Andrea Hainas) are. I know above ALL people YOU understand how desperately I WISH I could've been there today! Unfortunately, between my health, appts, children & work.... I just couldn't make it happen. Please know that your family is in our EVERY Prayer. May God comfort you all with patience and understanding, as you walk through the grief. Look inside your soul and find your tools. We all have tools, and Mary (my Auntie) lived & used those tools to the best of her ability, and made it look easy. Heaven gained an amazing woman & Angel this week.... if you listen closely to the gentle wind, I'm pretty certain you will hear her yelling to her true Love and Soulmate "Georgie." I LOVE You SOO VERY MUCH, My Beautiful Auntie! You were one of the most generous, Loving & nurturing women I've ever known. Thank you for being a "Mom" to me when I lost my own. You will be TRULY missed, by SOO many! Fly high & Keep em' guessing. *An excerpt from my book; "NEVER take anyone or their time here on Earth for granted. You may "THINK" someone will be here forever, but the truth is, We ONLY have today. Stop putting off the "person" on your mind. Make that phone call, visit your parents, hug your babies & moreover, make peace with those you have hurt or harmed, and/or have hurt or harmed you! Make your peace before your opportunity is lost. Life is short & its a precious gift... Never take a single day for granted because God IS watching and Karma, whether good or bad, ALWAYS gets the last laugh!"

 

John B. Arceri posted on 3/9/18

MaryEllen, Keith, Karl, Kraig You have my deepest condolences Mr. Z was a great man always full of life and spunk especially his political opinion. Had many great conversations he will be missed love to all John and Lisa Arceri

 

 

THOMAS CAPPIELLO posted on 3/9/18

One of the finest people I have ever met in my life. You will always be remembered, always loved, and always a part of my life.

 

Sandra Dalrymple posted on 3/9/18

My condolences to the Gibbons family his wife Terr, children and grandchildren. I recently met and work with Peter briefly before he passed and I could tell that he had a kind and loving personality, may his soul rest in peace.

 

Bob and Sandra Kwietniak posted on 3/9/18

Peter was very special to us. Bob has fond memories of the day he spent with Peter and the boys during Merri's wedding shower and for Sandra, we always had a special bond. So sorry he had to suffer so many years but know he enjoyed every minute with his family. We'll keep you in our prayers, Terri and your beautiful family. May Our Lord will be your strength during this difficult time.

 

Bill Whiting posted on 3/9/18

Luv ya Pete. 65 years of memories, all good. Will miss you dearly. Rest in Peace my best friend.

 

 

Gloria Weiss posted on 3/9/18

Great memories from growing up on Park Blvd. with Mary, George, Theresa and Tom. Mary was the “Go To” mom of the neighborhood and was always there if you wanted to talk about anything. She was always very generous and kind. She will be missed. Rest In Peace.

 

Susan (Chiovarou) Burlingame & Philip Burlingame posted on 3/9/18

Dear Aunt MaryEllen, Keith, Karl, Kraig and all of your children... We are so saddened to hear of Uncle Keith's passing. He was a larger than life personality who lived with an intensity and passion few could muster. Philip was especially fond of him -- for his musicianship and his philosophy -- due to wonderful conversations years ago. I hope you will be comforted knowing he was loved, that he loved all of you, and that his memory lives on in all of us.

 

Rod Salzberger posted on 3/9/18

Dear Ann & family, I am deeply saddened by the loss of Jean. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you... Fondly, Rod

 

Joseph Chiovarou Jr. posted on 3/8/18

Aunt MareEllen, Keith, Karl, Kraig & familiis. We are deeply saddened by the news of Uncle Keith’s passing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. I was very fond of my uncle and he will be missed.

 

 

Erik gibbons posted on 3/8/18

We love you Dad and know you will always be with us and watching down on your grandchildren. Thanks for everything you did in your life for us!

 

Peggy Capps posted on 3/8/18

Dear Jim, Jeanne, Michael, Kevin, Patrick and Kathleen, Our hearts are breaking for your loss. Your Mom was quite possibly the strongest woman we have ever known! You are all a testament to the love and courage she always showed. She raised a fine group of loving men and women who always amaze us with their kindness and generosity! What an example she was to all of us! God was truly smiling when he welcomed her home!!! We love you all. Peg and John Capps

 

Little Saint Religious Goods posted on 3/8/18

Our heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to the family and friends of Jeanne. Rest in Peace x

 

Fran posted on 3/8/18

Kraig & Family, I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of your father. You are all in my thoughts and prayers..

 

Karen Aloe posted on 3/7/18

I hope you find comfort in knowing you have a special angel looking over you and your family. I’m so sorry for your loss. Peace & Love. ✝️

 

Sue Holdy posted on 3/7/18

Dear Mary, we have known each for a very long time and you will be missed more than words can say. You have always been a kind, understanding, thoughtful person. I could never thank you & George enough for helping me with my parents house. May you Rest In Peace. Until we meet again....love you.

 

Kerry posted on 3/7/18

My thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

 

 

Ken & Candace Carr and all of our family posted on 3/7/18

Grandma Ang you were a grandma to us all. You're having a great reunion with your man Angelo. We all loved our times together, especially Colin. Thanks for the Grandmotherly love.

 

Bobby Solley posted on 3/7/18

Kraig, I am really sorry for your loss.My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Tina Manfredonia posted on 3/7/18

Kraig, I pray your Father lives on in your memories. I will keep you and your family in my prayers

 

 

Margaret Murray posted on 3/7/18

Dear Mary, I will always remember you as a wonderful neighbor, mother and friend to my family and I. Your were a very strong woman, and a faithful servant to our Lord. May God bless you and your beautiful family.

 

Joan Gaudard posted on 3/7/18

Kraig, So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Brenda Moore posted on 3/7/18

Kraig You have my sincere condolences and prayers for you and your family in this time of bereavement.

 

Dee Holub posted on 3/7/18

Kraig,so sorry for your loss. I will keep you in my prayers.Sending you lots of love.

 

Wendy Cagnolatti posted on 3/7/18

Kraig remember that you are not alone, we are always here for you! Wishing you as much peace as possible during this difficult time ♥

 

Sylvia Brown posted on 3/7/18

You and your family are in my prayers. Sorry to hear of your loss.

 

CarolAnn Shigo posted on 3/7/18

Sending hugs and prayers to you and your family at this time.

 

Jamilah Gordon posted on 3/7/18

My deepest sympathies during your time of loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Tim Nicholas posted on 3/7/18

My deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family as you struggle through the grief and sadness. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

George Bieling posted on 3/7/18

Just learned of this horrible tragedy. We closed so many Real Estate deals together over these many years and it was such a pleasure working with you on each and every one. I am truly saddened. Rest in Peace my friend.

 

J. Rodriguez posted on 3/7/18

Im sad to hear about your loss Kraig. My prayers are with you and your loved ones during this difficult time. I'm thinking of you and praying for moments of comfort and peace to everyone in your family.

 

Jared Cooper posted on 3/7/18

Brother, I'm so sorry for your loss. Just know that I am thinking about you and praying for comfort for you and your family. I can't even begin to express how my heart aches for you. Your Darby family is thinking of you brother and we are all here for you.

 

John Sperlongo posted on 3/7/18

Kraig, My sincere condolences on the lose of your Father. No words can describe the emotions you are experiencing. I pray for you and your entire family to be strong and have comfort. One of my favorite Beatitudes is "Blessed are those who are mourning; For they will be comforted." God provides comfort to you now with hugs and lots of love from your family and friends. God Bless.

 

Heather Bolton posted on 3/7/18

Please accept my deepest sympathy and heartfelt thoughts during this time. May time and love bring your family & friends love and peace.

 

 

Cookie Saccenti posted on 3/7/18

My prayers, thoughts, and deepest sympathy goes out to the family. God bless. Warmly, Cookie Saccenti

 

 

Justine Forbes posted on 3/7/18

My sincere condolences to the family and friends. God's blessing in your time of grief.

 

Linda Carpentieri posted on 3/6/18

I send my deepest condolences to Christina and her family.

 

Terrianne Schildt posted on 3/4/18

My family and I have very fond memories of visiting Lynn at Meeks Place with Pastor Meyers & Kerry. Lynn's face would light up when she would hear her favorite song Jesus Loves Me. Pastor Meyer would play the guitar & my husband Carl would play the accordion and we would all along sing along. We are grateful for the special memories of our visits to see Lynn at Meeks. ❤️

 

Jeanne Richardson posted on 3/4/18

May you take comfort from the happy memories you have. May she Rest In Peace in the hands of her Lord.

 

 

Meghan Quigley posted on 3/4/18

With deepest sympathy for your loss.... my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

 

Kerry posted on 3/3/18

It was always my pleasure to visit with Lynne and celebrate all holidays. I always will remember her laughter and smile when we sang "Jesus Loves Me". She always had the biggest smile I ever saw when we sang that song. Everybody in the group was happy with Lynne as a human being on this earth. She wouldn’t hurt a fly. We got to be good friends from day one. We celebrated all the major religious holidays together thanks to our vistis with Pastor Meyers. We read books and sang songs that made Lynne so happy. She loved to see us all coming on a Saturday afternoon. I took the picture that I put on the timeline. I hope it helps everyone to remember her joy.

 

Rev. David John Meyers posted on 3/3/18

Thank you, Lord, for the gift of Lynne, song leader for the St. David’s Eucharistic community at Meeks Residence, Islip, NY. From the first time her mother Mildred showed me the way to visit her daughter at Meeks, and I was introduced to her, I was immensely glad that I brought my guitar along. I had been tipped off by Mom that Lynne had a love for the song “Jesus Loves Me, This I Know. . .” So, I got out my guitar, asked for favorite songs, and Lynne immediately cried: “JESUS LOVES ME!!!” So we sang – and Lynne sang with animated gusto as she emphasized each word with motions, belting out the words with a joy that was contagious. And before we got to the end of the song, EVERYBODY was singing along. And, before we knew it, we were getting requests from almost all the residents of Meeks. We sang everything from “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad” to “Love Me Tender,” a song request by another resident who knew the words of nearly every Elvis Presley song. And, when we celebrated Holy Communion and shared Jesus’ Body and Blood, everybody received, including the staff members. As the visit came to an end, the house parent asked if we could come back and share communion again. And so we did, again and again, about once a month, always with a set of Elvis songs, a set of Shakey’s Pizza sing along songs, and a story we read out of the Bible Stories book I brought for Lynne, who exclaimed, when she opened it: “I LOVE PRESENTS!!!!” Lynne’s joy in leading the songs was always a healing PRESENCE that was restoring for my own soul and the souls of many others who joined the service, bringing families, accordions, gifts for all the residents – and taking great pictures of all the celebrants. Jesus talks about how becoming as a child is crucial to ones entering the Kingdom of Heaven. Lynne “got that” -- and because she did, we all did. And we all know how the song concludes: “Jesus loves me. He will stay Close beside me all the way, If I love him when I die He will take me home on high. And so He did. Thank you, Lord, for Lynn, who touched us with the joy of the Lord’s saving presence – and who, I’m sure, is still leading His praises. David John Meyers, Pastor (2006 – 2015) of St. David’s Lutheran Church, Massapequa Park, NY

 

Lee Ann Ugenti posted on 3/3/18

Joe your in heaven now with the angels and your mom and dad. You will be missed. Rest in peace.

 

 

Theresa and Barry Krupowicz posted on 3/3/18

Rest in peace Joseph. You will be missed.

 

 

Betnadette Moran posted on 3/2/18

Bobby & Family, So sorry for your loss, sending prayers & hugs your way.

 

Ed Lee posted on 3/2/18

I only met Mrs. Schneider a couple of times, but what always impressed me about her was her lovof family and her sweetness.

 

Barbara Elder posted on 3/2/18

We are so blessed to have had our Uncle Don as part of our lives. He was a very special man and heaven has another angel. With prayers and love to all of you, Barbara, Russ and their family ❤️❤️

 

Philip Cannizzaro posted on 3/2/18

Her beautiful smile will always be remembered, as will her kindness and thoughtfulness. My prayers are with you all during this time.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 3/2/18

My deepest condolences to the McGrath family and friends for the loss of your loved one Angela. In God's word the Bible is a wonderful promise for the loved ones we have lost in death to be fulfilled very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth by his son Jesus Christ it will give you hope and comfort during this difficult time Acts 24:15; John 5: 28,29; Revelation 21: 1-5.

 

Mike O Connor. posted on 3/1/18

God Bless you. Heaven has another angel

 

Elizabeth C. Rigogliosi posted on 3/1/18

My beloved Godmother, Angela, now lives in heaven surrounded by all those she missed on earth. Angela, Rest In Peace !

 

Renee Wichelns posted on 2/28/18

My deepest sympathy to you and your family. May the beautiful memories you’ve shared with your mom comfort you in times of sadness. May her Faith be a sign of strength for all knowing she is rejoicing with your dad and others gone before her. Renee Wichelns and family

 

Lisa Hillier posted on 2/28/18

I know we never met, but I know the love that your son Bob felt for you. Rest in peace dear lady.

 

 

Paula & John Lutzky posted on 2/25/18

Lucy was a beautiful person both inside and out. Lucy was blessed from the first breath she took in this life, She made you feel & see that you could be a better person just by observing her goodness that shined through her. Lucy you will be missed but god needs more angles with him to look over us. We love you!

 

 

Paula Lutzky the Lutzky Family posted on 2/25/18

A Beautiful Person, both inside & out have left our world. God blessed Lucy from the very first breath she took in this life. She made us feel and see that we could better people every time you where in her around her. She will be greatly missed. Thank you for belling our lives. We love you Lucy. Love you dear Lucy

 

Paula posted on 2/24/18

So sorry. I really liked her alot. She was funny and great sense of humor.

 

 

Ann Chambers posted on 2/22/18

Gone from sight, never from our hearts. Thinking of you two.

 

 

Jerry Kane posted on 2/22/18

He was a wonderful person to know. I'm sorry to hear of his passing.

 

 

Joan Kane posted on 2/21/18

Sincere condolences.

 

John Hechtlinger posted on 2/17/18

I remember Mr. Chanda as a kind and loving grandfather to my daughter Laura. I also recall pleasant memories of family gatherings on Long Island, Robert Moses Park where they have the par 3 golf course, Ocean City, and at traditional holidays. He will be missed. My condolences to Mrs. Chanda.

 

 

Meghan Quigley posted on 2/10/18

With deepest sympathy and prayers for your loss.

 

Eileen Bloodgood Maler posted on 2/9/18

I’m so very sorry to hear about Mr. Chanda’s passing. My mom also sends her condolences. Love, Eileen

 

Harry A. Taraskus posted on 2/9/18

Karen, my condolences to you and the rest of your family.

 

RUELLA ROONEY posted on 2/8/18

LILLIAN, I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR HUSBAND BOB PASSING. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AT THIS VERY SAD TIME..HOPEFULLY IN TIME YOU WILL COME TO REMEMBER ALL THE MANY HAPPY MEMORIES YOU BOTH SHARED TOGETHER.

 

Luann and Danny Cruz posted on 2/8/18

So sorry to hear this ,but now you can rest and be with Aunt Eileen...We will always remember the fun times and all the laughs....RIP

 

 

Sal mainolfi and Roseann battaglua posted on 2/5/18

Always in our hearts. Great person will always be remembered

 

Jim Gallagher posted on 2/5/18

Charlie and I were installers for Western Electric Co. We worked together in many of the telephone company central office buildings in Nassau County. Charlie was a great coworker, always laughing and enjoying our work days. We had “fun” at work which sometimes annoyed the bosses. I miss Charlie, we had lots of great times. RIP.

 

Frank Corcoran posted on 2/5/18

I played softball with Al for 20 years. Not only was he an excellent ball player but, more importantly, a great guy. He will be missed. I hope they play softball in Heaven.

 

Laura McCarthy posted on 2/4/18

Eric, sincere condolences are being sent your way. Prayers for you and your family in the upcoming days. May you find comfort in knowing that memories last a lifetime.

 

 

Patricia Genalo Gartenberg posted on 2/4/18

So sorry for your loss

 

Matt Sondermann posted on 2/4/18

Rest in peace grandpa, you will be missed by all.

 

June E. Lomicky posted on 2/4/18

Rest in Peace my dear brother. Love you always! So sorry dear Joan, Patti, Nancy and Eric and all the beloved grandchildren❤️✝️He will be sweetly remembered by all the Lomicky's

 

Bob Forman posted on 2/4/18

Having met Al through World Gym and being his partner for many a RB games, it was always a joy/pleasure to play with him and knowing him. He was a gentleman and a kind, warm caring person. Always looked forward to seeing him at our lunches at Jani as well. All of us at the gym have been concerned about him and was hoping for a full recovery, seeing him back at the gym. For the family we are sorry for your loss and for us at the gym we are sorry for our loss. Al will be sorely missed and forever in all of our hearts. He reminded me so much of my own dad.

 

June E. Lomicky posted on 2/4/18

June Sondermann Lomicky

 

Brian Hamilton posted on 2/4/18

Our sincere sympathies to you and your family. Rest in peace Uncle Al

 

Teresa Bracco posted on 2/3/18

Rest in peace.

 

Theresa Claps posted on 2/2/18

Aunt Emma was always special to me. We would speak often on the telephone. She was an aunt, godmother and friend to me. I will miss her very much. Louis, treasure the memories. She is happy now with your father and Joey, but she will always watch over you. R.I.P. Aunt Emma. Love, Cousin Theresa

 

Doug Purver posted on 2/1/18

Dear Al - Thankyou for your wisdom and humorous story's always at a timely moment. For the Zeuthen Family, my heartfelt sympathys' for your loss. i was able to enjoy about 10yrs with Al at work from the Shoreham days forward. He always was very helpful with a great smile.

 

Karin S. posted on 1/31/18

Sweetest, gentle man I know. Always had a smile on his face! He will truly be missed!

 

Jim and Gail Lisnoff posted on 1/30/18

A true gentleman. Very pleased to have known him.

 

Matthew Lisnoff posted on 1/30/18

A kind man that will be greatly missed.

 

Patricia macivor posted on 1/29/18

You will be missed.

 

Deborah Watters posted on 1/29/18

Colleen, Kathy, Eileen and John, So sorry for the loss of your brother Kevin. Wishing comforting during this hard time. I will always remember, at our family gatherings, your brother Kevin's sweet smile, and his sweet and gentle demeanor. Kevin will be sorely missed.

 

charles starkey posted on 1/28/18

I thought of Mrs. Allen tonight and searched for her on the internet. So sorry for her passing and that I missed her service. May she rest in peace.

 

Will Simari posted on 1/28/18

Losing the things that are unique and irreplaceable in our lives can be bittersweet. Loss, along with its pain, often leaves us richer in character and spirit. Ann taught us to love what is real, to know what matters and to embrace the things that last. We thank her in for enriching us in a way that no material abundance could compare to. We will miss you and never forget you.

 

Edith Johnson posted on 1/28/18

May he Rest in Peace

 

Alice Aravuori posted on 1/27/18

Dear Anna Marie and family, Our profound condolences to you. Gerry was always a hero, in every sense of the word, and loved by us. Love Always, Aunt Alice, Christina and Bobbi

 

 

Don and Catherine Emery posted on 1/26/18

Much Love Uncle Al.........

 

Don and Catherine Emery posted on 1/26/18

Many thanks for all the good memories of Uncle Al taking us out fishing and all our holidays together.......God Bless..........

 

Steven posted on 1/26/18

How was a great guy. Worked for him for 4 years. I will miss him very much

 

Cheryl D. posted on 1/25/18

My condolences to the family for your loss. May "the God of all comfort" give peace to each of you as we await the day when Jesus calls for those in the memorial tombs to come out. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4; John 5:28,29)

 

 

Butch Edler posted on 1/25/18

Rest in peace big brother. You'll be missed and we'll rack up a game when I get up there.

 

Susan Koop Perrault posted on 1/25/18

The world has lost a bright light. Claude was a loving husband, father, grandfather and a fabulous friend. The minute you saw him, you had to smile. We had so many fun years all together at the Knights of Columbus events and best of all, our summer weeks at Loon Lake. “Missed the Saturday dance” will ring in our ears forever.

 

 

Kim Palmer posted on 1/24/18

To our loving and amazing father and grandfather. We will miss and love you always! Rest at peace in heaven! Keith, Kim, Brooke and Mackenzie

 

Brian M Moran posted on 1/24/18

Colleen, Kathy, Eileen and John, We would like to express our deepest sympathies to you in the loss of your brother and my cousin Kevin. Our prayers are with you and your families.

 

Camille/Curly posted on 1/23/18

Carol I have known you since I was 5 years old. You were a great person and will be terribly missed. Rest in Peace. xxxooo

 

 

Rita Farese posted on 1/22/18

You will always be Caroline to me. You were a special cousin and I will miss you. Love Rita

 

 

NANCY PENA posted on 1/22/18

Dear sweet Carol, You touched so many lives. We grew up with you and my Mom being close back in the day. You were always there for us. We were blessed to have you in our lives. No one will ever make the Italian honey balls the way you do Angel.... Every thing you did was from the heart and soul of your sweet nature. Your laughter and great sense of humor will be sorely be missed. RIP sweet Carol. You are now in Gods hands and reunited with Hubby and Son and yes my Dad.... We have a whole in our heart but know you are watching over us. God Bless Roseann, Joey and Crystal at this most difficult time. They will carry on your wonderful legacy....oxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox

 

Rose Dillon posted on 1/21/18

A smile will come to my face when I think about you Aunt Flo. I am so glad I had the opportunity to share time with you through Sue. You were kind and made people feel important. Look over me from heaven.....

 

 

Marie Ledbury posted on 1/21/18

It was a pleasure to have known you Florence,though it was just a short time. We will remember you will fondness. RIP. With much love , Marie & Ben.xxx

 

 

SAM & Paul Shotter posted on 1/20/18

To Carol. You are a very special lady and we will miss you. Love SAM & Paul

 

SAM & Paul Shotter posted on 1/20/18

Carol was such a warm, giving person. She made the best brownies ever. She would make special batches for my husband and grandson and bring them over all the time because she knew they enjoyed them so much. She had a great sense of humor and was a pleasure to be around. Our hearts go out to her family and Mike Vega. She will be forever in our hearts and minds. With our deepest condolences. SAM & Paul Shotter (Mike's neighbors)

 

Renée and Bob Rankin posted on 1/19/18

With sincere condolences to her family from the Rankin family. We will always remember Florence as a very well spoken, put-together lady who welcomed the opportunity to stop and chat with local neighbors. So may years ago, she considered moving to the retirement co-ops just south of here, but decided against it preferring to keep her neighborhood house and her neighbors here on Cedar St. We will miss you, Florence. Rest in God’s hands.

 

Barbara A. Kravis posted on 1/18/18

Gary & Jackie and Family- Sorry to hear about your Dad- Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your Dad had a great life and was a busy person by reading his story. Your Friend Barbara& George Kravis.

 

Maureen McAuliffe Pellettiere posted on 1/18/18

A dear friend of my mom and dad. Remember those Friday night drinks in the den before they headed out to dinner. Great man with a wonderful sense of humor.

 

Maureen McAuliffe Pellettiere posted on 1/18/18

Dear friend of my Mom and Dad. Remember those Friday night drinks before they went out for dinner. What a wonderful man with a great sense of humor.

 

 

Your cousin Kathy, Joe, Cait, Sarah and Emily posted on 1/18/18

We will miss you Kevin.

 

Leonor Mora posted on 1/17/18

My deepest condolences to my brother-in-law, John, on the passing of his beloved father. Also extending my sincere sympathy to Mr. Fredericks' wife, Rose, all his children, his family and friends. May he rest peace. Life ends, love doesn't.

 

 

Maxine Fredericks posted on 1/17/18

Rest in Peace Dad

 

Maxine Fredericks posted on 1/17/18

Dad you were an amazing father grandfather and great grandfather. We loved you and know that you are peace now. Love John Maxine (grandchildren) Maria Sheik, Asim Sheikh Alexander Gillespie Amber Gillespie Adriana Ema Gillespie and Crystal Marie Gillespie. (Great Grandsons) Zaydan Sheikh Jaydan Sheikh and Logan Gillespie.

 

Barbara Heinisch posted on 1/16/18

Jack was my swim mentor and pool mate for many years. He was a story teller, music enthusiast, lifelong learner and a great listener. He enriched my life with his caring , support and wisdom. God bless Jack . My condolences to the Murphy Family.

 

Josephine Sorgenti posted on 1/15/18

Yes Jack was Mr. Pool: I met him when I lived in Lindenhurst from 2003 until 2008 and he noticed my absence when I subsequently moved back to Brooklyn . He titled the email “Missing.” What a pleasant man; I am sure he is swimming with angels now. God bless his soul.

 

Teri Scaduto posted on 1/15/18

Jack was the unofficial "Mayor" of the pool, at LA Fitness and Bally's before that. He had a greeting, and usually a joke or comment, for everyone. His presence made the morning swim more fun, and the swimmers more of a community. He will be missed.

 

Debra Savarese posted on 1/15/18

I knew him from Bally's too. He was always there in lane one welcoming and organizing lanes. He always reminded me when it was time to leave so as not to be late for work! He will be missed but not forgotten.

 

Susan Fiore posted on 1/14/18

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Jacqueline Skubik posted on 1/14/18

Captain Henry “Hank” Andrew Skubik, 94 ¾ yrs. young, of Englewood Fl., formerly of Massapequa, NY slipped the surly bonds of earth one last time on January 3, 2018 to touch the face of God. Hank’s final flight was accomplished his way, on the wings of angels while singing “Everything is Beautiful”. He was born in 1923 in New York City to Henry and Pauline (Grom) Skubik and spent his childhood in Lyndhurst, NJ. His first paying job was as a singing telegraph delivery boy for Western Union, receiving 10.5 cents per hour. He also raised and competitively raced pigeons, enjoying great success. He met the love of his life, Katherine (Kaye) Schack, a co-worker, at Bendix Aviation in Teterboro NJ. Before they were married Hank joined the Army Air Corps and trained in the B-17. Like so many girls, a young Kaye waited for her hero to return and they were married on July 14, 1945. She predeceased Henry in 2011 after 66 joyful years of marriage. Hank is survived by a son Gary (Jacqueline) of Englewood, Florida, a daughter Karen Hoy-Skubik (Casey) of Wooster, Ohio and grandchildren Briana, Sean, Ryan and Mark. Hank was a member of St. Rafael Catholic Church, Englewood Fl and St. Martin of Tours, Amityville, NY. Hank was a humble man, so few were aware of his exemplary and heroic service record. Hank joined active duty in 1943, became a B-17 pilot, and served with the 8th Air Force in Nuthampstead, England. He piloted aircrafts “Bedroom Eyes” and “Black Widow” on twenty-eight combat sorties and was twice shot down. His first brush with catastrophe was on the 28th of September, 1944, when his aircraft lost two engines to enemy fire. The damaged craft made it to Belgium, but without hydraulics for braking, the crew resorted to urinating in the hydraulic reservoir to replace lost fluids. The men also affixed parachutes to the floor which were deployed upon landing. The gamble paid off and Hank’s crew successfully brought the crippled bomber to a stop with only a few feet to spare. Hank’s luck would run out on his 28th mission. On the 20th of January,1945, while serving as an Instructor Pilot for a crew on their initial mission qualification, flack struck Hank’s aircraft resulting in an uncontrollable fire and the loss of all engines. Hank commanded his crew to “Hit the silk”, and bail out of the burning aircraft. He parachuted down from twenty-five thousand feet over Mannheim, Germany, and was captured by the Wehrmacht. He was then marched through the town he just bombed. An angry mob pelted him with snowballs and garbage. He was then made to kneel before a German officer and told to pray. The officer held a pistol to Henry’s head as Hank prayed what he thought would be his last prayer. The officer lowered his weapon and turned Henry over to the Luftwaffe, who reported his capture to the Allies. Hank was placed in solitary confinement at Dulag Luft camp in Wetzlar, Germany where he was routinely interrogated. He staunchly refused to surrender any information, keeping with the unwritten code to only give name, rank and service number. Eventually Hank’s keen wit earned him more unwanted attention. When asked if he was downed by German fighter planes, he quipped, “Oh, you have fighter planes, too? I’ve yet to see one”. More lonely days in solitary confinement followed that remark. In February 1945 he arrived at Stalag XIII B in Nuremburg, Germany where he described conditions as “deplorable…we existed day to day”. In March, with allied troops advancing, he and thousands of other POWs were marched to Stalag VII A near Moosburg, Germany. Allied tanks liberated the camp on April 29, 1945. The sound of the approaching tanks “Was the sweetest sound I ever heard”, Hank recalled. He was discharged from active duty on October 5, 1945 and served in the USAF Reserve until 1963 when he retired as a Captain. During his captivity, the Luftwaffe allowed him to keep his Army Air Corps ring out of professional courtesy. When trouble brewed or the future looked uncertain, Hank would be reminded that “This ... was when times were tough”. His military decorations include the POW Medal, the Purple Heart with 1 oak leaf cluster, the Air Medal with 3 oak leaf clusters, the Presidential Unit Citation, the European Theater of Operations Ribbon with three bronze battle stars, the European-African-Middle Eastern campaign Medal, and the American Campaign Medal. Following the war, Henry built a career with the FAA. He served as a Regional Director, Eastern Region and retired in 1978. He and his beloved Kaye enjoyed many years snowbirding between Massapequa and Englewood, traveling, playing shuffleboard, bowling, square dancing, playing golf and bird watching. For many years he served on the condominium board of Quail’s Run and is credited with a number of community improvements. A celebration of life is planned for Jan. 20, 2018, 2-6:00 pm, at Massapequa Funeral Home – South Chapel in Massapequa, NY. That date is the 73rd anniversary of Hank’s final wartime mission. He will be buried with military honors alongside his wife at Calverton National Cemetery, NY on January 22, 2018. Henry’s passing brings a long life of vigor, charisma and humility to a close. By all accounts, Hank’s life was a life well lived. He left his family well loved, always there as a husband, Dad and Grandpa. All who knew Hank have fond memories to cherish. Dad, Grandpa, Hank, we love you and we look forward to the day when we can be reunited. For now, so long. Mission complete. Job well done, Sir. The Airfield in England where Henry was stationed during WWII is now home to the Nuthampstead Airfield Museum, managed by the 398th Bomb Group Memorial Association (a 501(c)(3) org). The museum was started by a group of volunteers dedicated to preserving the memory of the airmen who lived and fought from Nuthampsted Airfield. In Hank’s honor, donations to support the museum may be sent to “398th Bomb Group” attn. Melisa Ledlow, Treasurer, 16210 Breakwater Path Drive, Houston, TX 77044-1112. Include “In memory of Henry Skubik for Museum” with your tax-deductible donation. “Man must rise above the Earth - to the top of the atmosphere and beyond – for only thus will he fully understand the world in which he lives.” Socrates. “…And while with silent lifting mind I’ve trod, the high untrespassed sanctity of space, put out my hand, and touched the face of God.” John Gillespie Magee, Jr.

 

Lessandra MacHamer posted on 1/14/18

I met RoseMarie at the wedding of our daughter, Diana, to Trevor in Portland, Oregon this past August. I was immediately welcomed into the Catapano family by the matriarch, RoseMarie. I only spent two days with her during the celebrations, but she, and her whole family, left me with lasting memories of a loving, wonderful family bond. I've thought of her often since the wedding, and will continue because, when I do, I smile and feel a wave of love. Thank you RoseMarie! Your warm memory will always be with me.

 

Elaine Fonseca posted on 1/14/18

Rose was a wonderful friend, always helping & her love of crafting was contagious. She loved her family, friends, & Church. She will be missed & remembered with love. anyone.

 

Annie Fairchild posted on 1/13/18

Rest in Peace Our Dear Jerry. We will Cherish every Wonderful Memory of a Great Man you were to All of Us. We will miss you so very much. You are among our Angels now. Promise to watch and take care of your beautiful Ann. Love you Keith & Annie Chris & Aileen, Jackie & Mike.

 

 

Annie Fairchild posted on 1/13/18

May you Rest in Eternal Peace our Dear Jerry. You are amongst all the Angels now... We will miss you terribly. We will watch over your Beautiful Ann. We Love You Keith & Annie, Chris & Aileen and Jackie & Mike

 

 

Irene Fjeldal ( Previously Lincoln >Kim, Stacey and Scott Lincoln's mom) posted on 1/13/18

Lighting a candle for Gary thinking of our neighborhood in Levittown back in the day.... Gary was one awesome kid! Your family and friends have memories that no one can take away....My prayers go out to your whole family. R.I.P, Gary....

 

Craig & Cheryl posted on 1/13/18

Neighbors don't get to interact too frequently but we knew we had one of the nicest. Gary was always out there clearing snow for those who couldn't, helping neighborhood strays, talking and laughing with those on the block, offering my family free pizza, helping police, helping the civic assoc etc. All great qualities in a person and human being and I wish I had gotten to know him even better than that! Your neighbors are in shock and saddened. RIP Gary. Prayers to Alicia and your families

 

Cousin Anthony and Maryann posted on 1/13/18

Alicia, Michael, Carol, Barbara Ann, Michelle and to the Bell family, Maryann and I are so sad about the passing of Gary. Our prayers are with you. Sorry we can not be there for you as we are away.

 

 

Kerri,Ray, Cameron, & Giovanna Gonzalez posted on 1/12/18

Alicia, Aunt Grace, Uncle George, & Patti, I am so sad to hear of Gary’s passing. I always remember him with a smile on his face!! I wish we could be there with you through this tough time. We are sending prayers, hugs & kisses to you all. Please know we are thinking of you all. Now Gary is in heaven watching over us with Grandma, Grandpa and Uncle Glenn❤️❤️ We will miss you Gary. Condolences, Kerri, Ray, Cameron & Giovanna xoxo

 

John Peck posted on 1/12/18

I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of Gary. Some of the best years of my life were spent working at the recycling center. Each morning when I went to punch my time card, Gary and I would share a laugh or two, usually in the form of a joke or funny story. Every time I picture Gary in my head, he always has a bright smile from ear to ear, which is how I’m sure he’d like to be remembered. Rest in peace, my friend. You will be greatly missed.

 

Charlie Greco posted on 1/12/18

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Eddie Osterndorf posted on 1/12/18

I am so incredibly sorry to here about Gary. He will be missed in so many ways, he was always generous, giving and a great friend. I will cherish the memories we have shared throughout the years. and never forget all the good times. Rest in Peace my Friend.

 

 

Deborah Raymer posted on 1/12/18

So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Deborah Raymer posted on 1/12/18

So sorry for your loss. My thought and prayers are for you.

 

 

Michael Wesley posted on 1/11/18

I'm in shock You of all people This man was one of the greatest Always a smile, a joke or a crazy story I will truly miss you RIP

 

 

Cat DammaccoSavas posted on 1/11/18

I'm so sorry to hear the sudden loss of your husband necklace and prayers to you and your family love Cat Dammacco

 

 

Cat DammaccoSavas posted on 1/11/18

I am so sorry to hear the sudden loss of your husband my thoughts and prayers to you and all that knew and loved him ❤ Cat Dammacco

 

Susan Kollmann Vartoukian posted on 1/11/18

Gary, you will be dearly missed by so many. We all had a great time in School.Your memory will last a life time. May your family find the peace and love to get through this very difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Rest in Peace my Friend.

 

 

William Castellano posted on 1/11/18

Gary it was great to share time with you at Malibu beach club you will be missed

 

JoAnn Trotta Shea posted on 1/11/18

Alicia, Grace, George, Patty and all of Gary's family & friends. Words cannot express my sadness and the feeling I am going through. Gary will be missed for his smile, gentle behavior and kindness. He will always hold a special place in my heart as I watched grow from an infant to a successful man. I have a wonderful collection of memories and sweet times with him that I will always cherish. His memories will give you peace and strength. Wishing all of his family and friends strength for today and hope for tomorrow.

 

 

Christine and Ralph Mais posted on 1/11/18

Our hearts are heavy with sadn