Dr. Stuart L. Yunis, a pioneer in the field of nephrology, passed away on March 16. He was 79 years old.
Dr. Yunis was a well-respected physician – and a beloved family man. He left Dartmouth following his third year, receiving early admission to SUNY Syracuse medical school. After graduation, he became chief resident at LIJ and later became double board certified in both internal medicine and nephrology. Dr. Yunis founded a very successful medical practice in Lake Success with specialists in every field. He also created the first in-house dialysis department at LIJ and later moved to St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn, where he launched the in-house dialysis unit.
Maureen T. Brady, of West Islip and formerly of Hicksville, passed away on Nov. 9. Former Columbiette. Beloved wife of the late Carroll. Loving mother of Brian (Lori), Maureen Kalinowski (James) and Bill. Cherished grandmother of 10. Internment Holy Rood Cemetery.
Helen Mayo Lafferty, of Hicksville, born Aug. 10, 1925, died peacefully in her sleep at home in the early hours of Oct. 15. She had just turned 87 years of age. Her husband of 46 years, Raymond Lafferty, predeceased her in 1993.
Marguerite Montana, of Hicksville and Cape Coral, Fla., passed away on Oct. 3. Beloved wife of the late Charles I., Sr., founder of Montana Associates, Inc. Realty. Loving mother of Marguerite Sellner (Gerald), Charles, Jr. (Patricia) and George (Jaime). Dear sister of Joan Stanton. Cherished grandmother of 10 and great-grandmother of seven. Internment Holy Rood Cemetery.
Frances J. Reddy of Hicksville passed away on August 25, 2012. (Veteran of U.S. Air Force). Husband of the late Dorothy. Father of Roseann Brewer (Hogan), Patricia Walsh (Gerry), Francis (Maureen), Dorothy Reddy, Kathleen Keegan (Ricky), Kelly Barlow (Brian), Mary Kasin (Craig), Jennifer Zecher and John (Leigh). Grandfather of Ryan, Greg, Kevin, Tara, Matthew, Meagan, Francis (April), Katherine, Erin, Billy, Patrick, Jillian, Jack, Kathleen, Shaun, Amy, Holly, Christian, Connor and John. Brother of William, Carol Raynor and Michael. Arrangements were made by Thomas F. Dalton Funeral Home. Funeral Mass at Holy Family RC Church. Interment Calverton National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations in Frances’ memory to the Holy Family Building Fund would be appreciated.
Frances Margaret Dixon of Hicksville passed away on July 31, 2012. Wife of the late George. Mother of John B. Sr., George F., Patricia Mucci, Linda Kanaby, Brian and Donna DeVito. Sister of Frank Pfister. Grandmother of eleven, great-grandmother of eight and great-great-grandmother of one.
Mary Etta (Meb Gleckler) Martin, the wife of Charles P. Martin and resident of Trumbull, CT died on July 13, 2012 at St. Vincent’s Medical Center. Born in Mineola, New York on January 6, 1931, the daughter of Harry and Margaret (Dolliver) Gleckler, she is survived by her husband and their seven children and their spouses: Cathleen and Vincent Prespentt of Farmington, New Mexico; Chuck and Julie of Waterford, Connecticut; Maureen and Tony Riggsbee of Youngsville, North Carolina; Tim and Maria of Plano, Texas; Theresa and Pete O’Callaghan of South Glastonbury, Connecticut; Pat of Seymour, Connecticut and Michael and Sharon of Seymour, Connecticut. She was the proud grandmother of 14 grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister Margaret (Gleckler) Brose of Bellarie Bluffs, Florida; her brother Calvin Gleckler of Old Bethpage, New York, her brother-in-law James Martin and his wife Jacqueline of Pompano Beach, Florida; her sister-in-law Loretta Gleckler of Bay Shore, New York, as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by both of her parents and her brother Harry Gleckler.
Alton B. Giese passed away on June 20, 2012 at the Townhouse Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Uniondale. He was born November 21, 1922 to Christian and Margaret Giese of Hicksville, owners of the original Giese Florist on Lee Avenue, Hicksville (which is now known as the Giese Community Park). Alton and his brother, Wesley continued to run the business until the late 1970’s, when they moved their flower shop to South Broadway (next to Robert Chevrolet). Mr. Giese and his wife, Bernice, retired to Southampton where he was very active in the Bayview Oaks Civic Association. Alton had been a member of the New York State Farm Bureau and a lifetime member (along with his wife Bernice) of the William M. Gouse, Jr. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #3211, of Hicksville. He had two daughters, Susan and Arlene, and three grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A memorial service was held at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Levittown. His cremains were interred at the L.I. National Cemetery, Pinelawn. Contributions to the Food Pantry at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church are requested in his memory.
Florence B. Kiesel (nee Milacek), of Clarence Center, NY, formerly of Hicksville, passed away peacefully on her birthday, April 29, 2012. Beloved wife of 54 years to John Kiesel. Dearest mother of Deborah (Phillip) Bova, Geralyn (Larry) Connell, Brian (Lorraine) Kiesel, Lisa (Roger) Kobierecki and the late Nancy Anne Kiesel. Cherished grandmother of Stephanie, Michael, Robbie, Marston, Daniel Bova, Russell Kobierecki, Joseph, Jessica, Jade and Matteo Kiesel, foster child Travis. Great-grandmother of Michael Marston. Sister of Dorothy and Edward Milacek. Sister-in-law of Ann Packard, Frances (Walter) Stahle, Rosemary Kiesel, Walter (Caroline) Walker and the late Marion and Joseph Kiesel, Catherine Walker and Marie Milacek. Also survived by many nieces and nephews and grand-nieces and nephews. Florence was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary American Legion Post #838, a dedicated volunteer at the Clarence Senior Center who enjoyed helping to pack for our troops.
Arrangements were made by the Amigone Funeral Home, Clarence Center, NY. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Peace Church.
He is reunited with his beloved wife Gloria who preceded him in death. He is survived by his son William H. Jr. (Patricia); daughters, Gail Castoro (Carl), Allison Rozario (Dennis); 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren who knew him as “Opa.”
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