Soter (Andy) Andromidas died on Sept. 23, 200. For the past 6 1/2 years he lived at Sun Harbor Nursing Home where he suffered from Alzheimer's. Born in Yonkers, Andy was a resident of LI for over 80 years. He owned and operated Andy's Luncheonette on Plandome Rd. in Manhasset for 10 years. A family-owned business, Andy's was located across the street from the railroad station where he was known as "Andy," a friend to the many commuters who frequented his restaurant.
For many years the Andromidas family operated the food concessions at Manorhaven Park and Bar Beach. Andy was a familiar face to the beach patrons for over 20 years. Andy was committed to preserving the religion and culture of his forefathers. He was one of the initial founders of the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St. Paul's in Hempstead and he was an active trustee of the church for many years. He also participated in blood drives, various church organizations and was a member of the AHEPA. Andy was also a WWII vet serving his country for five years in the Army. He was a member of the Order of DeMolay and was elevated to the degree of Chevalier.
He was a patient, caring man with a great sense of humor and he was devoted to his family. His hobbies included playing golf, watching sports, Greek music, Greek dancing and playing the bouzouki. He also loved baseball and basketball. He was charitable and compassionate. Those who knew him remember the many things he did for those in need and the selfless gestures he made.
He is survived by his devoted wife, the love of his life for 58 years, Mary of Port Washington; and his loving daughter, Joan Erianger of Haddam, CT; his sister, Cleo Scopas of Douglaston and Houston, TX; and two generations of nieces and nephews who loved him dearly. Arrangements were made by Kallinikos Funeral Services, Oceanside. The funeral was held at the Greek Orthodox Church of St. Paul. Interment Nassau Knolls Cemetery.
Eileen "Hazel" Intermesoli, 78, of Port Washington, formerly of Great Neck, died on Oct. 10, 2002. She is survived by her daughters, Debbie Intermesoli and Marie Thompson and her son-in-law Jim Thompson. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Michelle Klumpp, James Jr., Mike and Scott Thompson, all of Port Washington, and a sister, Violet Shepherd of Florida. Eileen was predeceased by her husband Daniel and her son Glen. Eileen will always be loved and remembered by her family. Arrangements were made by the Austin F. Knowles Funeral Home, Port Washington. Religious service at All Saints Church. Interment All Saints Cemetery.
Marjory R. Brokaw died on Oct. 10, 2002. Wife of the late Harry C. She resided at Rocky Point and Miller Place for the past 13 years. Mrs. Brokaw was active in the Port Washington Yacht Club and the Christian Science Church. Her body will be laid to rest next to her husband at City Island. She is survived by three sons, Jack, Peter and Paul; and 13 grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Joseph Mastrocinque, a 47-year resident of Port Washington, who recently moved to Kings Park, passed away Oct. 11, at the age of 78 in St. Francis Hospital surrounded by his loved ones. A naval veteran of foreign war, Joseph operated a women's garment manufacturing plant on South Bayles Ave. for several years in the '60s and '70s before working in the garment district in NYC.
He leaves behind his loving family, his wife, Jean, a retired Port Washington school teacher; four children, Andrea Mortone of Port Washington, Nick of Connecticut, Mark of East Norwich and Joseph Jr. of Virginia; and six grandchildren, Gina, Ali, Jaclyn, Sasha, Andrew and Thomas.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held in Calverton National Cemetery on Oct. 15.