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Rose Pugliese, 65, of Port Washington, died on Sept. 26, 1998. She was employed by Publishers Clearing House for 13 years as a senior supervisor for customer service. Wife of Thomas. Mother of Madeline (Antonio) and Vincent (Mary). Grandmother of Vincent, Victoria, Daniela and Anthony. Daughter of Salvatore. Sister of Marta Parrillo. Arrangements were made by the Austin F. Knowles Funeral Home, Port Washington.

Allan A.A. Flynn, a retired partner at the Manhattan law firm of Davis Polk & Wardwell, passed away on Oct. 10, 1998 at North Shore University Hospital at Manhasset. He was 67 and died as the result of a stroke.

Mr. Flynn grew up in Port Washington and attended the Main Street School there, graduated from Phillips Andover Academy in 1949 and Yale University in 1953. Commissioned as an Ensign in the US Navy that year, he was released as a Lieutenant (j.g.) in 1956 after serving as a gunnery officer on destroyers in both the Atlantic and Pacific fleets. His father, Lieutenant Commander Allan I. Flynn, graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1914 and served in the Navy for over 30 years.

Mr. Flynn joined Davis Polk in the fall of 1959 after graduating from Columbia University Law School the prior spring. He had a distinguished career at the firm as a real estate attorney, serving on boards of Ticor Title Company, the Title Guarantee Company and Ashlee Publishing Company, Inc. A member of the Racquet and Tennis Club of NYC and the Creek Club in Locust Valley, he was also a trustee of the Society for the Preservation of LI Antiquities. He had actively pursued his interest in preservation with his wife of 29 years, Judy Flynn, at Willets Farmhouse, their 1810 residence on Manhasset Bay which they had lovingly restored. Mr. Flynn kept his treasured 31 foot Bertram sportfisherman Adios moored in front of the house.

In addition to his wife, Judy, Mr. Flynn leaves behind a son, Michael L. of Charlotte, NC; stepchildren, Lee R. Carlson of Tulsa, OK and Ellen L. Snodgrass of Port Washington; and three grandchildren, Arthur G. Carlson, Lee L. Snodgrass and D'Arcy L. Snodgrass. He will be missed by many others.

Filomena D'Aversa, 88, of Port Washington, died on Oct. 14, 1998. Wife of Bernardino. Mother of Constantino, Mario, Giulio, Bruno and Salvatore. Grandmother of nine. Great-grandmother of 15. Arrangements were made by the Austin F. Knowles Funeral Home, Port Washington. Funeral Mass at Our Lady of Fatima RC Church. Interment Nassau Knolls Cemetery.

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