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Peter Fadden behind the counter of Commack Breakfast.
Lucille Darrell August 5, 2013 at 09:05 pm
Our condolences to Pete's family on his tragic passing. He was always a happy face to see in theRead More morning. I will always remember his kindness to my Dad when he was to sick to get out of his car to come in to,the shop for his breakfast. Pete would just stop what he was doing and bring his order right out to him. May God Bless him and wrap his arms around him. Rest In Peace good man ~ You will always be remembered <3
Cmkmom August 6, 2013 at 10:27 am
This was a VERY sad day for Commack. We lost a town ICON. Young and old, most of us knew Pete andRead More felt like he was a part of our daily lives. Fly now on angels wings our friend and watch over us all. You are deeply missed. RIP
Ice August 6, 2013 at 01:54 pm
By the way, are there any plans for Commack Breakfast to reopen? If so, tt should be renamed Pete'sRead More Commack Breakfast.
pbug56 August 17, 2013 at 11:35 am
Anyone hear anything on the cause of the crash?
knee jerk August 18, 2013 at 11:23 pm
Being that the car was a Toyota, it could have had a myriad of problems, including faulty brakes andRead More unintended acceleration. Separately they are dangerous but imagine having both at the same time?
Myles January 13, 2013 at 02:29 pm
Our thoughts and energy flow to his family. So sad
Luonne Abram Rouse January 13, 2013 at 02:58 pm
Sympathy extended on behalf of the people called Methodists at United Methodist ChurchRead More Huntington-Cold Spring Harbor.
Jason Molinet January 15, 2013 at 04:23 am
We updated the site of the funeral service.
Tom Sant September 9, 2012 at 01:41 pm
It is wonderful when someone shares great information and memories of the Apollo program. I onlyRead More wished I could of been there to see them lift off but still have great memories of watching it on television. Neil Armstrong was a true hero, humble and always deflected praise to others in the program. He now belongs to history and the ages.
John Gruber September 9, 2012 at 01:41 pm
yes, that trip to mars that was just made is also a hoax, along with Pearl Harbor and 9/11....if weRead More need to think for ourselves then you just need to think...or crack open a book
monkey lewis September 10, 2012 at 07:09 am
I moon you
Kyoshi Marilyn Fierro August 11, 2012 at 12:15 pm
4 years she was the only 1 to check the signs and did a great job. whenever I ran into him I he wasRead More a pleasant and courteous individual. my condolences to his family at their loss.
Kyoshi Marilyn Fierro August 11, 2012 at 12:16 pm
Sorry. I didn't check the above message. it's for years and he.
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Kathleen cassese August 11, 2012 at 02:16 pm
Another loss for commack........
James Vincent November 9, 2013 at 03:06 pm
May Gabe Rest in Peace. I was just a sub but when I saw him he always gave me a big hello andRead More wished me a very pleasant day. I will always remember him.
Bruce S Hyams August 1, 2012 at 03:07 pm
What a sad moment. II thought he had it all beat. He looked and sounded great at the last Saturdays'Read More Mass. I know he's in a better place but he will be missed. rest in peace. Bruce
Joan Federico August 4, 2012 at 10:59 pm
Joan. What a special person, who always made you feel wanted in the church. He had so manyRead More different jobs. No matter where you would find him he was alwalys happy to help. I would always meet him in Waldbaums buying food for the food pantry. He would tell me the good sales. He will be missed. My prayers to all of his family and friends.
Barbara Hoos August 7, 2012 at 10:51 pm
My first encounter with Fr. Midura was when he first came to St. Joseph as our pastor. I came toRead More church that first Sunday hoping to get a glimpse of our new pastor. When I entered the vestibule, standing off to the side with his arms folded and in his army fatigues was Fr. Midura, but I didn't know it at the time. I thought there must be something special going on for us to have a soldier standing there. Lo and behold it turned out to be Fr. Midura! Probably assessing his new parishoners incognito as we arrived! Or, he could just have gotten back from duty. I prefer to think he was trying to pull a fast one on us. He will always be remembered by me as the kind and gentle soul that he truly was, and had a wonderful way about him. Be at peace, Father, and keep watch over us all.
Chris Thomas September 24, 2012 at 06:41 pm
Father Midura you will be greatly missed. Aiden and I listened to your homily daily, you helped usRead More endure with your amazing spirit, compassion and wonderful sense of humor. I still remember holding Aiden tight, crying listening to you and praying to God with you and my family. It was an honor to have sat next to you at my Grandparents anniversary party.
Sal Randazzese December 7, 2010 at 11:59 am
Mike grew up in a football family . His dad was a coach in the Lynvet orgainization of Pop WarnerRead More Football. At that time there was a senior division. It is with that team that I first met Mike. He was a 5ft 9in, 170lb fullback. yes, full back. He took on people who were 25 lbs heavier every play every day It was not a concern to him. It was his job . That alone speaks volumes of the size of his heart and determination. For the three years that I played with Mike we won two championships and only lost one game. We were basically belly series team who ran the ball 80% of the time and each time Mike lead the play.I am a better person for knowing and playing withMike . He is a mans man. Love you Mike. Sal Randazzese
Emily Mangino April 6, 2011 at 02:50 pm
I cannot thank you all for your kind words and thoughts about my husband Michael Mangino. He wasRead More truly a good and loving and caring person. He always tried to do the right thing. When he died he was there with his mother trying to do the right thing by all. We will all miss him dearly. We all have learned so much from him and hope we can carry on as he would want us to. It is going to be very difficult going out on that golf course without him, but I am sure going to try and I know in my heart that he will be there with me helping me move on. As for football I will be a forever Friar Fan. He loved being with the kids on and off the football field, teaching them as much as he could, that was his life and loved every minute of it. As far as football goes he would have been there forever. Go Friars'! Michael I love you and will love you forever, you were my life and I have lost that life forever. May you be shooting below par on the grandest golf course in your world, and no whiffing the ball. Love you always, Em
mike July 19, 2011 at 01:26 am
RIP mike, we all miss you at the beach!
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