Town Of Huntington Obituaries (Week Of April 5)

TOWN OF HUNTINGTON, New York, April 9

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

Obituary listings for the Town of Huntington.

Anne Story and Chris Brancato
Anne Story and Chris Brancato

Vincent Munro

Vincent James Munro, a former resident of Northport, died March 3. He was 86.

Born in Woodside, N.Y., he was a proud veteran of both the U.S. Navy and Army.

The beloved husband of Joan, he was an avid fisherman, gardener and lover of the outdoors. He lived in Bradenton, Fla.

Along with his wife, he is survived by his children, Susan and Nancy; his grandchildren, Nicole, Vincent, Patrick and Serena; and his great-grandchildren, Elena and Nora. He was predeceased by his son, Kenneth.

A memorial service will be held at Nolan & Taylor-Howe Funeral Home in Northport on May 10 from 3-5 p.m. A funeral service will also be held at the funeral home that day.

Originally published: Long Islander News: The Record
(Thursday, April 9, 2015;  A19)


Anne Story

Anne Story (nee O’Reilly), a former employee of Gorman’s Cozy Corner in Northport, died April 2. She was 91.

Born in Bawn Boy, Co. Cavan, Ireland she later moved to Long Island and lived in Smithtown, N.Y. She also worked in Northport as a waitress of Gorman’s Cozy Corner.

She is survived by her son, Christopher R. Story; and her siblings, Marie and her husband Henry Devlin, Kathleen McGroarty, Betty and her husband Bill Hegarty, Roseleen Flood and Philip O’Reilly. She was predeceased by her husband, Donald W. Story; and her siblings and siblings-in-law, Patrick McGroarty, Benny Flood, Patrick Reilly and his wife Kathleen, and Willie (Anne) O’Reilly.

Arrangements were made by Nolan & Taylor-Howe Funeral Home in Northport on Monday. A funeral Mass was held on Wednesday at St. Joseph’s Church in Kings Park with an interment that followed at St. Philip Neri Cemetery in East Northport.

Originally published: Long Islander News: The Record
(Thursday, April 9, 2015;  A19)


Kay Fox

Catherine “Kay” Fox, a resident of Centerport, died March 31. She was 91.

Born in Glendale, N.Y. she was the beloved wife of the late John.

She is survived by her children, John and Frank and his wife Linda, and her grandchildren, Joe and Jamie. Along with her husband, she was predeceased by her loving companion and friend, Chester Senig.

Arrangements were made by Nolan & Taylor-Howe Funeral Home in Northport on Saturday. A funeral service followed at the funeral home, and there was a private cremation.

Memorial contributions in her name can be made to V.N.S. Hospice, 505 Main St., Northport, N.Y. 11768.

Originally published: Long Islander News: The Record
(Thursday, April 9, 2015;  A19)


Karl Flickinger

Karl Fred Flickinger, former longtime owner of Carillon Dry Cleaners in Huntington, died April 1. He was 78.

He owned Carillon Dry Cleaners for 33 years, his family said, and was married to his beloved wife, Gabriele (his “Schatze”) for 56 years.

Along with his wife, he is survived by his children, Robert Flickinger and his wife Heather, and Daniele and her husband August Frangione; and his granddaughters, Emilie, Natalie, Victoria and Isabella.

Memorial contributions in his name can be made to the COPD Foundation at http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/Karlfred-Flickinger/04012015.

Originally published: Long Islander News: The Long Islander
(Thursday, April 9, 2015;  A25)


Chris Brancato

Chris W. Brancato, former resident of Huntington Station, died March 27. He was 63.

Born in Philadelphia, Penn., he was the beloved husband of the late Joanne. He had also lived in Manorville, N.Y.

He is survived by his son, Christopher; his mother, Rosemarie; and his brothers, Mark and Bruce. Along with his wife, he was predeceased by his father, Francis.

Arrangements were made by M.A. Connell Funeral Home in Huntington Station on April 1. A funeral Mass was held on April 2 at St. Hugh of Lincoln R. C. Church in Huntington Station with an interment that followed at Mt. St. Mary Cemetery in Queens, N.Y.

Memorial contributions in his name can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project at http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org.

Originally published: Long Islander News: The Long Islander
(Thursday, April 9, 2015;  A25)

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