Friday, 28 September 2012 00:00
Stella M. Reyes, M.D. passed away on Sept. 17, 2012 after a long courageous battle with ovarian cancer. She was surrounded by family and friends. Born in Cebu, Philippines, Dr. Reyes immigrated to New York in 1964 to start her medical career. She met her loving husband while doing her pediatrics training and moved to Long Island, where she practiced pediatrics in Oyster Bay for 35 years. She touched many lives during her successful career and was loved by many. An avid world traveler, she was an accomplished pianist, ballroom dancer, and gardener. She loved to play tennis, collect jewelry and especially loved spending time with her family and friends. She was deeply devoted to her Catholic faith.
Predeceased by her parents Mateo and Carolina Maramara. She is survived by her loving husband of 46 years Gregorio, her children Rick (Whitney), Michelle DiLapi (David), John (Jeana), and Gregory (Ji Hyun), her grandchildren Allison, Thomas, Ricky, Christian and David, brothers Ramon (Jane) and Emmanuel (Maria Victoria), sister Teresa (JoAchim) and nieces Angela, Lauren, Julia, Olivia and Caroline, and many loved in-laws, extended family and friends.
Reposing was at McLaughlin-Kramer Funeral Home and Funeral Mass was at St. Rocco’s Church Friday morning Sept. 21. Donations in her name can be made to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 00:00
Snouder’s Corner Drugstore is up for sale by Laffey Fine Homes. Patrick J. Valente, licensed associate broker said, “I just showed it yesterday morning to an interested buyer.” He said the asking price is $995,000, “just short of a million” and added, “everything’s negotiable today.”
Valente said, “It’s a great building, a town landmark and it does need work. It would be great for retail and maybe offices are a possibility. The heating plant is working and the taxes are a little under $40,000.”
Saturday, 12 April 2014 00:00
On Saturday, April 5, Bayville Mayor Douglas G. Watson stood at the clock tower on Bayville Road and Ludlum Avenue to announce his bid for re-election, and introduced three trustees running for open spots on the Village Board.
Running along the Taxpayers Party of Bayville, Inc. line, the slate of candidates for trustee includes Kathryn Caulfield, Joseph Peniagua and Gregory Reisiger; each are seeking a four-year term. Watson is seeking re-election to a second four-year term.
Thursday, 10 April 2014 10:30
Take nine Friends Academy faculty, almost 250 Upper School students and add in a bunch of criss-crossing yellow and orange dodgeballs and you have the makings of one of the largest Friends Academy fundraisers for the North Shore Sheltering Program in Glen Cove.
On Friday, March 28, the Upper School club W.A.T.C.H. (We Are The Community Helpers) sponsored one of the school’s largest dodgeball tournament ever. Reams of students paid $5 each for the potential honor of taking on the Faculty Team.
“All of the student teams wanted to play the faculty,” said WATCH advisor Judy James. “The event would not have been the same without the teachers. They really motivated the kids to come.”
Thursday, 10 April 2014 10:32
COPE (Connecting Our Paths Eternally), a grief support organization for parents and families living with the loss of a child, will hold its eighth annual golf outing on May 19, at the Muttontown Club in East Norwich. More than 200 golfers and supporters are expected to attend COPE’s biggest event of the year, which raises 75 percent of the organization’s annual budget. The event brings together individuals, families and organizations to pay tribute to loved ones and honor supporters, and has raised more than $1 million from generous corporate and individual sponsors over the past seven years. For more information about the 2014 COPE Golf Outing, visit www.copefoundation.org.
This year’s COPE event will honor Michael Corpuel and the Corpuel and Brown families from Camp Wayne, the site of COPE-Camp Erin New York City, a free weekend bereavement camp for children and teens ages 6-17. Michael Corpuel is also being honored separately for his unwavering dedication to COPE as a board member and adviser since the non-profit’s inception in 1999.