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JeanE November 26, 2013 at 02:57 pm
Thank you for posting the information about Dr. Carnevale. He was such a genuinely good man. MyRead More husband went from Dr. Carnevale's office to Mercy hospital's emergency room with a detached retina, on a Friday night, no less. Dr. Carnevale successfully operated on my husband's eye and saved his vision. When we saw him the day after the operation, he was looking forward to taking his two young daughters (his son wasn't born yet) to Holiday on Ice right after he met with my husband and me. Cheerful, concerned, dedicated, intelligent, kind are some adjectives that immediately come to mind when I think of Dr. Carnevale. I am so sad for his wife and young children. Dr. Carnevale's death seems so sudden. From what I read on the OCLI sight, it was an untimely passing. Thank you, again, for your article.
paul amato March 15, 2013 at 05:22 pm
Put down the bottle sweetheart.
paul amato March 15, 2013 at 05:23 pm
Carolyn, how far were you into divorce proceedings when that fateful day happened?
Frank March 15, 2013 at 05:35 pm
Wow. low blow...
Frank March 13, 2013 at 07:52 pm
Good luck with that. BTW Rep McCarthy were you able to push back against the FAA on all the NassauRead More County flights like you promised everybody??? ha! I tell ya only flying things I gotta worry about are these mega-mosquitoes... Need DDT to kill them buggers...
Angela Little January 28, 2013 at 02:09 pm
My prayers are with the McClurkin family. May God comfort you during your hour of bereavement.
Deevah April 9, 2013 at 04:15 am
To The Family.. Just know,there is no battle too great for our God to handle..I love y'all
Forest Lewis June 1, 2013 at 11:17 am
I'm late in leaving my condolences to the McClurkin family. This is the first time I read thatRead More Pastor McClurkin's Mother had passed on. The so-called main stream media has always neglected reporting to us whenever a giant is taken from amongst us. But, they never seem to forget to report the negative. I know what it is like when you lose "Mom." Oftentimes, in the Black community, she is the bedrock of the family. God bless you Mama McClurkin for giving to the world such talented singers, who have certainly blessed me time and time again. To the McClurkin family may God grant you peace of mind in your hour of need!
Mr Dunes December 28, 2012 at 09:38 am
(My Uncle) "Joseph Hazan, 96, artist whose building abutted radical's blast,"Read More http://www.thevillager.com/?p=8709
Bob Campbell December 28, 2012 at 09:53 pm
Joseph P. Saitta, a significant street railway historian, and a resident of Merrick, died this year.Read More Some of his books are listed at: http://www.librarything.com/author/saittajosephp .
Dave Paone December 29, 2012 at 04:59 pm
http://malverne-lynbrook.patch.com/articles/long-time-malverne-resident-don-paone-dies
Robert J. Pape, Jr. October 23, 2012 at 12:43 pm
Yesterday, Nassau County paid farewell to one of its finest. By all accounts, Highway PatrolmanRead More Joseph Olivieri was a cop's cop who made his family, his friends and his beloved department proud. All to often in today's fast past world we loose sight of the dedicated, tireless and vigilant service preformed by Nassau County's Finest. All to often the inherent dangers of the job surface and there are times when even one of the Finest falls. Let us remember this good mans sacrifice and for his commitment to put the safety and security of others first. Rest in peace Officer Olivieri. May God Bless you and provide comfort to all those suffering by your passing.
Jason Molinet October 23, 2012 at 05:33 pm
Well said.
Common Sense October 25, 2012 at 05:42 pm
Yes this absolutely REEKS of politics and cover up. Did the driver of the Cadillac escalade give aRead More blood sample?? Why not?? They killed a police officer after all. Oh wait, I forgot, there was someone in the vicinity with a BAC of .09 An easy target for political gain. An easy scapegoat to get the connected Cadillac driver off the hook. Maybe a fundraiser for mr Ryan's defense is in order. We can't allow witch hunters to prevail. Not in the 21st century. And a special investigation should be conducted to determine why the Cadillac Escalade is not being held accountable for their actions.
J Boyd October 26, 2012 at 06:47 am
Don't you conspiracy theorists think that a cops kid (Mr.Ryan) would be the one avioidingRead More prosecution if all these scary theories you say are true???????? Did you miss that in the article?? I do agree--the Escalade should be looked into--but how do you know it wasn't???? Leave the law to the professionals. The lawyers make it entertaining enough. A police officer was killed performing his duties. I can promise you any and every avenue was checked and double checked, especially because of an officers death.
Marie C December 1, 2012 at 02:17 am
You are supposed to move over when you see the lights as well.
David October 21, 2012 at 04:05 pm
You right I did miss a few days added on. No matter what is said the flag should not be at halfRead More staff Mangano has no authority to order the flag down. It has nothing to do with a "cop hater". It has to do with the rules!
David October 21, 2012 at 04:14 pm
Go to any National Cemetery and ask them who cares to name a few. Abraham Lincoln National CemeteryRead More Alabama National Cemetery Alexandria National Cemetery Alexandria National Cemetery Alton National Cemetery Andersonville National Cemetery Andrew Johnson National Cemetery Annapolis National Cemetery Antietam National Cemetery Arlington National Cemetery Bakersfield National Cemetery Balls Bluff National Cemetery Baltimore National Cemetery Barrancas National Cemetery Bath National Cemetery Baton Rouge National Cemetery Battleground National Cemetery Bay Pines National Cemetery Beaufort National Cemetery Beverly National Cemetery Biloxi National Cemetery Black Hills National Cemetery Calverton National Cemetery
David October 21, 2012 at 04:15 pm
This has nothing to do with Nazis idiot. It's respect for the Flag.
Cristie Vicino August 18, 2012 at 05:32 pm
God be with you and your family! Thank you for serving our country!! Fallen but NEVER FORGOTTEN!!!weRead More love you Pat and Cristina, Greentown, PA
Carol Bruno August 19, 2012 at 01:04 pm
My heart is breaking for the Buckley family -- what a fine handsome young man -- so good -- takenRead More by pure evil. I wish this never happened to him or anyone else EVER. My blessing of love to them as they try to heal. XO
That RVC guy August 20, 2012 at 10:41 am
Nice job by RVC citizens in showing support at St. Agnes for the service and nice job by RVC PD inRead More handling the logistics. RIP Lance CPL. Buckley and thank you for your service.
Paul March 22, 2012 at 01:24 pm
Ed grew up on S. Center Av in Rockville Centre across the street from the Defender Hose Company fireRead More house where he "lived" starting at a very young age - suppose this started his affiliation with fire departments wherever his church duties placed him. My fathers family grew up across the street. My uncle and his family were and remained close to Ed thru their fire department associations. Based on the few times I was able to meet Ed he was the down to earth type of a person you would expect of a priest and a man.
Ellen March 23, 2012 at 12:02 am
Msgr. Trench was at St Ignatius Martyr in Long Beach for a while. He was also much loved there.Read More However, it was at Sacred Hearts where I had most opportunity to know him. The renovation of Sacred Hearts was beautiful. His homilies were warm, funny and poignant. He would leave the altar and walk through the Church while talking, making eye contact and reaching out to people. Msgr Trench made a family of a parish that has multi-millionaires and migrant workers, year round residents and seasonal residents, historic families and new arrivals. Everyone felt welcome and included. He was also very conscious of the history of the church in Southampton and how important it was to the community. He personal gifts were rare. May he rest in peace.
MARY JANE PENDL April 2, 2012 at 09:52 pm
FATHER TRENCH WAS A LONG TIME FRIEND TO US ALL IN THE PENDL FAMILY. BACK IN THE LATE FIFTIES HE WASRead More AN ACTIVE FIRE-FIGHTER IN THE VILLAGE OF BETHPAGE. UNDER THE TUTILEDGE OF THE CHIEF OF DEPARTMENT HE WENT FROM 'PROBIE' TO FULL FLEDGED FIRE -FIGHTER AND SERVED AS OUR CHAPLIN WHEN HE WAS CALLED UPON. FRANCIS X. PENDL BECAME HIS CHIEF AS THE YEARS PASSED AND WE BECAME GREAT FRIENDS. HIS TRANSFER TO NCMC, OUR COUNTY HOSPITAL, AS CHAPLIN SADDENED US. LITTLE DID WE KNOW THAT OUR SON AS AN INFANT PATIENT IN THE HOSPITAL WOULD NEED HIS DAILY VISITS AN EVENTUALLY, FATHER CONFIRMED HIM WHEN HE WAS NEAR DEATH. FORTUNATELY, WITH GOD AND FATHER TRENCH LOOKING AFTER HIM HE SURVIVED. WE, AS A LARGE FAMILY, LOOK BACK ON THE MANY TIMES WE CALLED ON HIM. .....IN APRIL, 2004 DURING HOLY WEEK, THE CHILDREN AGAIN TURNED TO HIM TO MINISTER TO THIS FAMILY OF TWELVE LOVING CHILDREN WHO JUST LOST THEIR FATHER. CHIEF PENDL WAS FATHERS FRIEND AND FATHER DID NOT HESITATE COMING BACK TO BETHPAGE TO BE WITH US ALL. IN THE YEARS SINCE CHIEF PENDL LEFT US......WE DID CORRESPOND WITH FATHER OUT IN SUFFOLK COUNTY.....NEVER DID WE BELIEVE, THERE WOULD BE A TIME, THAT WE WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO TALK TO HIM AGAIN. THAT TIME HAS COME, HE IS GONE TO A BETTER PLACE. GOD REST HIS SOUL..FONDLY THE ENTIRE PENDL FAMILY
Doris Meadows October 6, 2011 at 01:24 am
When I was about to buy my first computer, PCs had flickering letter and numbers. I didn't have aRead More clue as to how I might work it. But the little Mac had a device to make the icons 'do' things. This I could understand. That was almost 25 years ago. I've been devoted to Mac products since --- iMac, iPad, iPhone. Steve Jobs was an incredible visionary who changed the way we work, the way we think and the way we interact with each other.
John Cocchiola October 6, 2011 at 01:58 pm
Steve Jobs was one of the great visionaries of our time, and he was kept alive this long thanks toRead More an organ transplant. It should serve as a reminder to fill out our donor cards. Who knows what people can accomplish in those extra years?
Andrew J. Hyatt October 6, 2011 at 02:57 pm
Steve Jobs made getting stuff done easy, fun and insanely cool.