April 20, 2005 RSS feed / Obituaries

Alfred Orlando, Massapequa resident for 35 years

Alfred Orlando believed in hard work and passed his professional work ethic down to his children. More...

Giovanni "John" Capogna, Massapequa home builder

Devoted family man Giovanni Capogna was always more concerned for the well-being of others than of his own. And he lived by a philosophy he shared with his family: "be smart, be good, and be aware. More...

Mary Mohr, 79, ‘Pequan

family and friends. According to her daughter, Colleen, she also made curtains and helped her friends and relatives decorate their homes. More...

Pequan Gertrude Gill, 80

Longtime Massapequa resident Gertrude Gill was described by her family as loving the simple things in life, gardening, family and friends, and she truly believed in meeting life head on. More...

Carol M. Dahl, homemaker, 82

According to her family, Carol May (Keller) Dahl would always make sure her four children and her husband knew that family came first, and that they were the most important possession one could have. More...

Mary Mohr, 79, ‘Pequan

Mary Mohr, a 48-year resident of Massapequa, died March 2, 2005. She was 79. More...

John Varas, longtime soccer enthusiast and local coach

John Varas, a 30-year resident of Massapequa Park, loved soccer. He played throughout his youth and coached young people as a way to give back to the sport he was so passionate about. More...

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