October 3, 2001 RSS feed / People/Social

Plattsburg graduates

The following area residents graduated from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in May 2001. More...

Ithaca sports round-up

Rachel Thau, of Massapequa, a member of the women More...

Mullady / Nerney union

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mullady, formerly of Franklin Place, Massapequa, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Colleen G. Mullady to Matthew A. Nerney, son of Tom Nerney and the late Michelle Nerney of Stephentown, New York. More...

Meyerrose family welcomes Patrick Jason

Mr. and Mrs.Richard Meyerrose Jr., of Amityville announce the birth of their first grandchild, Patrick Jason Meyerrose, the son of Jason Richard and Bonnie Lynn Meyerrose of East Massapequa. More...

Making the dean's list

At the State University of New York at Potsdam, Potsdam, New York, Scott Donald Abrams of Massapequa received a bachelors degree in music education in May 2001. He is the son of Donald and Juliy Abrams. More...

Farmingdale graduates The following area residents have graduated from the State University of New York at Farmingdale in May 2001:

From Massapequa are Stephani R. Bailey, A.S. in business administration; Falaurie C. Bastien, A.S. in nursing; Laurette J. Bastien, A.S. in nursing; Rebecca G. Brandenburg, A.A. in liberal arts and sciences; Lisa Ferrante, A.A. More...

Massapequa teen graduates from The Cultural Arts Center

Alexis Lazarow, a student from Massapequa, graduated from the Nassau BOCES Cultural Arts Center in Syosset. Lazarow is along 111 students, from 40 Long Island school districts, in the center More...

Local Harvard graduate

Melanie Leslie Lorenzo graduated from Harvard College on June 7. More...

Tomczyk family welcomes Ryan Christopher

Chris and Jennifer Tomczyk, of Amityville, announce the birth of their son, Ryan Christopher, on June 7, 2001. He weighed eight pounds, one and one half ounces and was 20 and one half inches long. His godparents are Kyle Tomczyk and Stacy Korba. More...

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