Clarion 04 2015 - New Hyde Park Knights of Columbus

Charity Unity Fraternity
Patriotism
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2015
NEW HYDE PARK, N.Y.
Published Monthly by
NEW HYDE PARK COUNCIL NO. 2852
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
VOLUME 71, NO. 12
JUNE 2015
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Grand Knight's
Message
by Thomas J. Liddy, GK
Dear Brothers:
First, I want to say thank you to
everyone who contributed to the
successes of our Council over the past
two Columbian years. Thank you to my
brother Knights, my sister Columbiettes,
family members and friends that have
contributed in many, many ways to
moving this Council forward. A lot has
been accomplished, yet there is still
much to be done. A new course has
been set and it will be up to the officers
and members in the years to come to
build upon this solid foundation by
bringing their unique skills and
perspectives to the fore.
I would be remiss if I did not say a
special Thank you to my Brother, Joe
Wendling, Jr., DGK who at the last
minute stepped in to serve as the
Council’s Deputy Grand Knight.
Because of his interests, skills and
determination he was able to jump into
the position and not skip a beat. He will
make an excellent Grand Knight and
will serve our Council with distinction.
Accomplishments are not the result of
one individual but the result of a team
effort and I want to thank my trustees
Brothers Henry Hurtle, PGK, Mike
Monroe, PGK, and Harry O’Connor,
PGK for their guidance and counsel.
Our membership has shown solid
growth with a number of new members
assuming leadership roles within the
Council as well as becoming officers. We
made recruiting new members a priority
and the driving force behind this effort
was Bro. Dan Garcia. Thank you, Dan.
Raising money for the sake of raising
money has no purpose. We raise funds
for two purposes, (1) to sustain our
charitable efforts and (2) to underwrite
the various programs such as the
Special Olympics basketball program,
led by Bros. Joe Abberton and Kevin
Oster which, by the way, is celebrating
its tenth anniversary. As this Columbian
year comes to a close we are ending on
a very solid financial footing. Thank you
to the many contributors who gave
leadership to our efforts: Bros. Jim Bush,
Rich Critelli, Brian Ennis, Henry Hurtle,
Ed Long, Ben Massa, Tom McGowan,
Rosario Migliori, Mike Monroe, Artie
Mikowski, Bill O’Neill, and Frank Smith.
Congratulations to our newly elected
officers. Please join me in wishing them
well in the coming Columbian year. I
know that they will be able to count on
us for support. A special thank you to
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Published Monthly By
NEW HYDE PARK COUNCIL NO. 2852
1000 Marcus Avenue
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
(516)352-2852
Council Mtgs: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays - 8:00 P.M.
Editor: Harry O'Connor
Printing Deadline: 10th of the month
Advertising: 352-2852
Council Chaplain: Rev. Kevin McBrien
Assoc. Chaplain: Deacon Lachlan Cameron
OFFICERS FOR 2014-2015
Grand Knight ........................... Thomas J. Liddy
Deputy Grand Knight . Joseph F. Wendling, Jr.
Chancellor …………............. John A. Quinonez
Warden ……….…….....…… Joseph P. Abberton
Inside Guard …….......…..........…… Kevin Oster
Inside Guard ……..........…… Aloysius Arukattil
Outside Guard …………..….......… Ed Falowski
Outside Guard …………......… Desmond Gomes
Treasurer ……………………. Brian Ennis, PGK
Advocate ……..…......….…. Howard Ammerman
Recorder ……………................…….. Karl Wick
Financial Secretary ………...……. Frank Smith
Lecturer ................................. Ben Massa, PGK
Three Year Trustee ......... Harry O'Connor, PGK
Two Year Trustee ........... Michael Monroe, PGK
One Year Trustee …........ Henry C. Hurtle, PGK
SERVICE PROGRAMS
Program Director ................. Joseph F. Wendling, Jr.
Membership Director ……....................... Dan Garcia
Retention Chairman …..........………… Fred A. Meyers
Vocations Chairman ................. Deacon Matthew Oellinger
Council Director......……….................. Michael Horan
Technology Director.......................... Brian Ennis, PGK
Youth Director........................................... James Bush
PARISH ROUNTABLE COMMITTEES
Holy Spirit Church .............................. Frank Lappin
Michael Monroe, PGK
Notre Dame Church ................................ Dan Garcia
Our Lady of the Snows Parish .............. Michael Wrenn
Ben Massa, PGK
DELEGATES TO THE NASSAU CHAPTER
AND THE CONVENTION
Thomas J. Liddy, GK • Brian Ennis, PGK
Fourth Degree Chairmen
GK Thomas Liddy, PFN
FN Brian Ennis, PGK
Council Ceremonial Chairman
Frank Lappin
17th Council District
DD Thomas Chojnacki
Warden Robert Guida, PGK
Warden Tom Kelly, PGK
Warden Mike Raso, PGK
Warden Charlie Vigliotti, PGK
Council K of C Insurance Representative
Dan Garcia 516-358-1817
COLUMBUS CLUB OF NEW HYDE PARK, INC.
Monthly Meeting • 3rd Tuesday - 8:00 P.M.
DIRECTORS
President .............................. Thomas McGowan, PGK
Vice President ......................... Henry C. Hurtle, PGK
Treasurer ........................................... Anthony Tallini
Financial Secretary ................ Harry O'Connor, PGK
Recorder ....................................... Joseph Renta, PGK
Michael J. Monroe, PGK • Patrick Crosson, Jr., PGK
Kevin Houst • Brian Ennis, PGK
JUNE 2015
Columbiettes News
By Margie Restivo, President
Dear Sisters and Brothers,
Our May meeting is over and we are
preparing for June. It was decided by
the nominating committee to present
the current officers for re-election. The
election will be held at the June meeting.
I recently attended the NYS
Columbiette State Convention at the
Villa Roma. Dee Wych will be our new
NYS Columbiette President beginning
July 1, 2015. Nassau’s own Jeanne
Mucci was elected to the position of
Past President. We wish Dee much
success and a big thank you to Jeanne
for a most productive and successful
term as president!
On May 18th at The Nassau Chapter
meeting, nominations were made for
next year’s officers’ positions; the vote
will take place at the June 15th meeting
which will be held at Holy Innocents.
The baby shower for Birthright took
place just prior to our Chapter meeting.
As usual it was successful. My personal
thanks go to my sisters of NHP whose
donations helped to make this baby
shower so successful.
Dan Garcia reports that the Knights
are having a membership drive on June
14th at Holy Spirit Church. Dan has invited
us to join in at the 9:30 AM Mass and the
membership drive as well. Several pews
have been reserved for the NHP
Columbiettes and Knights. Breakfast will
follow the celebration of the Mass at the
council. The cost is $5.00 per person and
$10.00 per family. Let us all attend and
support this effort. Thank you, Dan.
Once again, our sister Phyllis baked
some wonderful deserts to add some
sweetness to our business meetings.
We all look forward to Phyllis’ culinary
creations and fellowship. Thank you!
Looking forward to our next meeting
on June 9th at 7:30 PM.
With warm wishes and prayers.
K of C Seniors
Charity Corner
by Ed Palkot, President
Dear Brothers and Sisters:
As our club takes a summer break I
would like to bring you up to date on the
variety of functions held this year.
In January, Joseph Vespe spoke
about matters relating to hearing loss.
In March, we filled a bus going to the
Hunterdon Playhouse to see Abie’s Irish
Rose, and during the same month we
celebrated both St. Patrick’s and St.
Joseph’s Days. A number of members
also attended a play at Westbury Manor.
In April we attended the Testimonial
Dinner at Verdi’s for outgoing president,
Joan Fiorenti. In May we heard District
Judge David Goodsell discuss the duties
of juries. Last month I was privileged to
be honored at North Hempstead’s
Annual Senior Recognition Luncheon.
On May 20th we held our Annual
Memorial Mass for deceased members
of the club at the council. And this month
we have scheduled an anniversary
luncheon for members married 55 years
or more.
The funds we raise through dances,
events, raffles and Bingo enable our
council to be an important part of the
community.
Last month the Charity Committee
met and approved the following
donations: $200 sponsor for the Holy
Spirit Church Family Festival…$200 golf
hole sponsor for Our Lady of the Snows
Church Golf Outing…$500 to Katie’s
Run…$100 to Our Lady of the
Shrine…$500 sponsor for the Tour de
Cure American Diabetes Cycling…$250
to the Stephen Frosch Memorial 4K
Run.
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Fraternal Corner
"Let us pray for our sick and deceased."
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Please pray for those who are ill:
Brothers: Larry Centola, Al Airone,
Richard Atkinson (GK of Port
Washington Council)
Family Members: Roy Matthews
(Brother-in-law of Bro. Jim Percival),
Jim Schmaeling (Son of Bea and
deceased PGK Artie Schmaeling),
John Brennan (Father-in-law of Bro.
Kevin Oster), Ninabeth Palces
(Daughter of Bro. Jude)
Please pray for those who have
passed away:
Brothers: John W. Lydon, Michael
Franzese, William Fenelon, PGK,
Eugene Zito, Charles Drago, Sr.,
Anthony Lodato
Please notify George Pellechia, PGK
at 516.248.7741 or email
[email protected] of sickness
or death of any of our members.
Saint John XXIII
Assembly
by SK Thomas Liddy, PFN
I would like to take this opportunity to
welcome Bro. John Thomas, the newest
Color Corpsman from New Hyde Park.
The next Exemplification of the Fourth
Degree will be held on Sunday, Oct.
11th, at the Melville Marriott. This last
degree is the Patriotic Degree of our
Order. Any third degree member in
good standing is eligible to take the
degree. Please see either Bro. Brian
Ennis or myself for further information.
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Supreme News
Charter Presentation Marks Renewal
of Early Council
A reactivated Knights of Columbus council, whose foundation dates to 1896,
received a charter and a new name in a ceremony at the historic New York City
church where the council will serve. Supreme Knight Carl Anderson presented the
charter April 11 to the newly renamed Archbishop John J. Hughes Council 163 at
the end of Mass in the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in lower Manhattan.
Completed in 1815 as the third Catholic Church in New York, the old cathedral is
marking its 200th anniversary with a major renovation that will be completed in
November. It was designated a basilica in 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI.
Receiving the charter from the supreme knight was Grand Knight Ernest
Mingione. Also taking part in the ceremony were Supreme Director Arthur Harris
of New York; State Deputy Carmine Musumeci; Charles Daeschler, state reactivation
chairman; District Deputy James Hamilton, other state council officials and
members of Council 163.
The Mass for the Vigil of Divine Mercy Sunday was offered by Supreme Chaplain
William E. Lori of Baltimore. The pastor, Msgr. Donald Sakano, was among the
concelebrants and delivered the homily.
In addition to the council charter, Supreme Knight Anderson delivered a check
for $100,000 to Msgr. Sakano for construction of a memorial to Archbishop Hughes
in the cathedral’s front courtyard and the establishment of the planned Archbishop
John Hughes Center for Faith Formation and Community Service. Msgr. Sakano
praised the work of Council 163, saying, “We are very proud of what we do and
what we will do here.”
He said that the council’s new name reflects a renewed identity and mission for
Knights at the old cathedral, which is located in a bustling neighborhood on the
outskirts of Little Italy and Chinatown.
Archbishop Hughes, the fourth bishop and first archbishop of New York, was a
vocal defender of the Catholic faith and an ardent protector of his poor immigrant
flock against attacks from 19th century anti-Catholic movements. Before his death
in 1864, he began construction of the new St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Fifth Avenue,
where his remains are entombed in the crypt beneath the high altar with other New
York archbishops.
In remarks at the charter presentation, Supreme Knight Anderson invoked the
spirit of Archbishop Hughes, urging Catholics to face the challenges of today with
strength and confidence. He recalled that when Pope Benedict visited the new St.
Patrick’s Cathedral on Fifth Avenue during his 2008 apostolic voyage to the United
States, he spoke of the fervent missionary spirit that built the Church in America.
The pope mentioned specifically “the remarkable accomplishment of that exemplary
American priest, the Venerable Michael McGivney, whose vision and zeal led to
the establishment of the Knights of Columbus.” Father McGivney had a simple
answer to the challenges of his day, the supreme knight noted: “Live the principles
of charity, unity and fraternity in ways people can see overcome self-centeredness,
greed and cynicism.” These same principles guide Knights today as they serve
their church and communities, the supreme knight added.
“Pope Francis calls us to do this today with even greater determination, to be,
in his words, ‘neighbors who care for each other.’ This is truly the Knights of
Columbus way of life,” he said. “As we prepare to welcome our pope to the United
States later this year, let us strive for a record of accomplishment of which we can
all be proud.”
Please keep all our soldiers
and their families in your prayers.
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JUNE 2015
Grand Knight's Message To Our Readers…
Continued from page 1
Bro. John Thomas for jumping in and
accepting the position of Deputy Grand
Knight. As you can see this seems to be
somewhat of a recurring theme. Hopefully
in future years, the line of succession will
return to a more stable model.
Recently the Council honored Bros.
Joe Wendling, Jr. as Knight of the Year
and Ed Long as the Community Service
Award recipient. Earlier, Margie Restivo,
Columbiette President, was recognized
as the Lady of Distinction recipient.
Congratulations to all.
A thank you to all my brothers and
sisters who help at Bingo, the Street Fair,
Easter Egg Hunt, Special Olympics,
Dances and Socials, the Children’s
Christmas Party (chaired by Joe Renta,
PGK), the Street Fair, the Annual Golf
Outing, Keep Christ in Christmas lawn
sign and magnet sales, Poster and Essay
contests (chaired by Bro. John Quinonez),
the members of the degree team, blood
drives, Car Show, Christmas Sing Along,
parties and dances, Children’s Charity,
Eagle Courts of Honor, Memorial Day
Parade, Gladiator Dinner, Nassau
Veterans Recognition, Seminarians
(chaired by Deacon Matthew Oellinger),
the Council’s Annual Memorial Mass,
Annual Tree Lighting and fraternal
responsibilities (chaired by George
Pellechia, PGK, FDD). I am sure I left one
or two out, my apologies.
Thank you to the women who brought
the Columbiettes back to life. In the
coming years, the Knights and
Columbiettes will complement and
support each other in many ways,
strengthening both organizations.
As my tenure comes to end, I want to
thank my wife for all her help and support.
Never once did she tell me you need to
do this instead of attending to a K of C
event or responsibility. Her only constant
question was, “Which costume are you
wearing tonight?” Also, thank you to my
Mom for her constant encouragement.
A special thank you to our chaplains,
Fr. McBrien and Deacon Cameron, for
their guidance and keeping us centered
in faith.
Finally, I want to thank my Lord and
Savior, Jesus Christ to whom I owe
everything.
Recruit a new member. Brothers
and Sisters, thanks for all you do!
...with summer fast approaching, we once again
take a hiatus from our Clarion workload to enjoy
some of Mother Nature’s better outdoor weather.
The pressroom will shut down and there will be one
Clarion issue for the summer months; July/August
issue will come out in August.
As we end this Columbian Year we can proudly
say we did our best in putting out a top notch bulletin. Although we placed second
in the New York State Council Bulletin Contest I can honestly say we did our best.
I thank Roy of Herald Graphics and Lucy of Mr. Printer for their efforts and talent
in producing our newsletter. I thank the behind-the-scenes guys who help tab, label
and sort the Clarion for mailing. They are Brothers: Fred Zoeller, Emil Natale, Frank
Smith, Victor Cunneen, Nick Cambria, Joe Abberton, Kevin Oster, Vito DeVito,
Domenic Pagano, and PGK’s Pat Crosson, Tom McGowan, and Ben Massa.
As always I thank our advertisers for their support of the Clarion. Many of them
have been with us for years. The revenue from their subscriptions helps to defray
some of the cost associated with the publication of this newsletter. And as we try
to get our costs down I need those Brothers who have an email address to please
contact Bro. Kevin McHugh at [email protected] Give him your name
and email address so you can receive your Clarion online.
Columnists please have your articles in by July 10. Enjoy the beginning of the
summer. –The Editor
JUNE 2015
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Novena Prayer for Life
Election of Officers for Columbian Year 2015-2016
Eternal Father, Source of life,Open our
hearts to see and desirethe beauty of
your plan for life and love.Fill us with your
Holy Spirit so thatour love will be generous
and self-givingand we may be blessed
with joy.Grant us great trust in your
mercy.Forgive us for not receiving your
gift of lifeand heal us from the effects of the
culture of death.Instill in us and in all
people a senseof the sacredness of every
human life.Inspire our efforts to protect
and care for the most vulnerable,especially
women who are pregnantand their unborn
children,the sick and the elderly.
Strengthen us in the hopethat with you
nothing is impossible.We ask this in the
name of Jesus,who by his Cross makesall
things new. Amen.Our Lady of Guadalupe,
Mother of Life, Pray for us.
At last month’s meeting I read off the names of the Brother Knights and their
positions recommended by the nominating committee. I then opened the nomination
process for members to come off the floor. There were no nominations.
Grand Knight ....................... Joseph F. Wendling, Jr.
Deputy Grand Knight ............................... John Thomas
Chancellor ...................................... John A. Quinonez
Warden ........................................ Joseph P. Abberton
Inside Guard .............................................. Kevin Oster
Inside Guard ..................................... Aloysius Arukattil
Outside Guard .................................. Edward Falowski
Outside Guard .............................. Desmond Gomes
Treasurer ......................................... Brian Ennis, PGK
Advocate ..................................... Howard Ammerman
Recorder ....................................
Lecturer ............................................ Ben Massa, PGK
Three Year Trustee ................. Thomas J. Liddy, PGK
Two Year Trustee .................... Harry O'Connor, PGK
One Year Trustee .................... Michael Monroe, PGK
The nomination process has been closed and the above listed officers will
formally be elected at this month’s meeting.
Fraternally,
Henry C. Hurtle, Jr., PGK
Chairman
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JUNE 2015
New Hyde Park Council
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Sunday, June 28, 2015 • 9:00 AM
Participants are invited to a Free Pasta & Beer Party on Friday evening,
June 26th from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM to pick up race packets. It will be held at
the New Hyde Park Elks, located at 901 Lakeville Road. Come by and get
some free pasta and beer, and pick up your dry-fit shirt and bib number.
Both the 5K Run, and the 2 Mile Fun Run/Walk, will start in the vicinity of the
New Hyde Park Funeral Home, but will end at the corner of Wilton Street and
Albert Street, alongside Memorial Park. Memorial Park is the site of the Post
Run Festivities which include a free barbeque for all the participants, a Kids
Fun Run, and other planned fun activities for the entire family.
Although the start and finish are a few blocks apart, we’ll be providing
complimentary shuttle transportation for those that don’t want to make the
short walk.
Register at www.katiesrun.com
Donations by Non-Participants can be made online or at the
New Hyde Park Funeral Home on the race day or anytime.
Sharing the Good News
Family Addition: On Friday, May 15th
Bro. Sean O’Connor, and his wife, Erika,
became parents for the first time. Erika
gave birth to their daughter, Alaina Rose,
at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. She
weighed 6 lbs, 8 oz and measured 20
inches. To say the least, MaryAnne and
Harry O’Connor, PGK, are very happy
grandparents! This brings the number
of grandchildren to two. Their other
grandchild, Madalynn, turned One; you
know, the Big One, on May 26th. Her
parents are Bro. Chris O’Connor, and
his wife, Victoria. Although we are in the
month of June, Madalynn is still
celebrating her First Birthday with
parties!
Recognition: On Tuesday, May 12th
the Town of North Hempstead honored
more than three dozen seniors at the
43 rd Annual Senior Recognition
Luncheon at the Clubhouse at Harbor
Links in Port Washington. The event
honored 38 seniors for their exceptional
service to the community and to various
groups throughout the Town of North
Hempstead during a ceremony attended
by elected officials, and family and
friends of the honorees. The honorees
included long time Brother Knights: Emil
Natale representing the Leisure Club
and Ed Palkot representing the K of C
Seniors. Congratulations Brothers!
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Med, Large, XL………. $25.00
XXL ………. $28.00
Jackets and Golf Shirts
Embroidered with
Member's Name & Council Logo
I have started taking orders.
When we reach the required
minimum,
I will place the order with the
sportswear company.
Payment due upon delivery.
Thank You!
Fraternally,
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516-328-1826
[email protected]
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Registration Time: 12 Noon
Shotgun Start: 1:30 PM
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Enjoy a relaxing afternoon
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For Reservations Please Call:
Contact
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so you can drop off or mail your
money along with the names
of those who will be going fishing.
Hole /Dinner Sponsorships are Available
516-352-9004
Please See Mike Monroe, PGK
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Direct: (516) 354-7857
Office: (516) 437-0333
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1640 HILLSIDE AVENUE
NEW HYDE PARK, N.Y. 11040
(516) 354-9037
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(718) 343-5525
FLORIST
2 ABERDEEN ROAD
NEW HYDE PARK, NY 11040
TELEPHONE: (516) 326-7936
516-354-3651
PETER M. CAPUTO, BROKER
ERA Caputo Realty
CITY LINE
OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT
(Council Brother)
2035 Hillside Avenue
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
JUNE 2015
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MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS
40 Fulton Ave., Garden City Park, NY 11040
Senior Relocation
Appraisals
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phone 718-441-4422
cell 347-242-1678
fax 718-846-0020
(516) 248-9214
516-326-7979
THOMAS BARBARO,
D.P.M.
Board Certified Podiatrist
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800 B Jericho Tpke. • New Hyde Park, NY
FUNTIME MUSIC & VIDEO
JOHN AMBROSINO
NADINE AMBROSINO
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(516) 354-2258
Tel: 516-437-5199
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HEATING SPECIALISTS
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70 WINDSOR AVENUE
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Baron & Goodsell
Attorneys at Law
516-328-3254
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718-470-0808
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516-437-5343
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LIC# 2060
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Wills, Trusts and Estates
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Dominick's
Italian & American Delicatessen
Produce • Deli • Grocery • Dairy
Superior Catering
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Patricia A. Goodsell, Esq.
516-746-2116
608 Jericho Turnpike
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
"All Cooking Prepared In Our Own Kitchen"
401 Herricks Rd., New Hyde Park, NY 11040
FRANK J. MUSELLA
Brother
JOHN J. MUSELLA
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Park Funeral
Chapels
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2175 Jericho Turnpike
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Licensed • Insured
Home Improvements, Inc.
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decks
vinyl siding
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bathrooms
kitchens
basements
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windows
doors
skylights
gutters
& leaders
• sheetrock
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• paneling & trim