Town Of Huntington Obituaries (Week Of May 10)

TOWN OF HUNTINGTON, New York, May 14

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

Obituary listings for the Town of Huntington.

John O’Leary

John F. O’Leary, of East Northport, died May 5. He was 72.

He was the beloved husband of Monica (nee Maceli) and a member of the St. Joseph Council #4810 Knights of Columbus in Greenlawn.

He served in the U.S. Navy on the U.S.S. Keppler and worked for the Telephone Company for 35 years.

His family said he loved computer, camping and Archway cookies; he could fix anything.

Along with his wife, he is survived by his children, Christine and her husband Jacob Speicher, and Patricia; his siblings and siblings-in-law, Mike and Liz O’Leary, Cathy Hickey and Mary Rando, Tony and Marie Maceli and John and Alison Maceli; and his many nieces and nephews.

Arrangements were made by Nolan & Taylor-Howe Funeral Home in Northport on May 7. A funeral Mass was held at St. Anthony of Padua R.C. Church in East Northport on Friday and an interment followed at St. Charles Cemetery in Farmingdale.

Memorial contributions in his name can be made to the Melanoma Research Foundation at P.O. Box 759329, Baltimore, MD 21275-9329.

 Originally published: Long Islander News: The Record
(Thursday, May 14, 2015;  A21)


Jonathan Weaver

Jonathan Eric Weaver, of Greenlawn, died April 16. He was 37.

Born in Huntington, he was the beloved son of Rev. Dr. Eric and Joyce Weaver.

Along with his parents, he is survived by his siblings, Stephanie Lynn and her spouse Joseph Clements, Heather Elizabeth and her spouse Sidney Linker, and Christopher James and his spouse Rebeca Weaver; and his nieces and nephews, Jack, Katelyn, Noah, Owen and Eloise.

Arrangements were made by Nolan & Taylor-Howe Funeral Home in Northport. There was a private cremation.

A memorial service was held on Saturday at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Northport.

 Originally published: Long Islander News: The Record
(Thursday, May 14, 2015;  A21)


Fran Stallone

Fran (nee Gerbino) Stallone, a resident of Nesconset, died April 25. She was 69.

Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was the beloved wife of Steven M. Stallone.

Along with her husband, she is survived by her daughter, Kerri-Ann Megna and her husband Jim; her grandchildren, James and Jonathan Megna; and her siblings, Rose Marley, Ross Gerbino, and Louis Gerbino.

Arrangements were made by Nolan & Taylor-Howe Funeral Home in Northport. Visitation and a church service were held at Island Christian Church in East Northport on April 27. A funeral and final prayer were held at the funeral home on Tuesday. An entombment followed at Pinelawn Memorial Park.

Memorial contributions in her name can be made to the National Kidney Foundation, Finance Department, 30 East 33rd Street, New York, NY 10016.

Originally published: Long Islander News: The Record
(Thursday, May 14, 2015;  A21)


Dorothy McCallum

Dorothy Marjorie McCallum, a native of Huntington, died May 4. She was 98.

Born in Huntington to Henrietta (Mann) and Floyd Corsa, she attended Huntington schools, but, like many during the Great Depression, she left school early to work and help support the family.

Later, she met and married her husband Paul McCallum, the love of her life. The couple raised a large family in a small red house in Melville where she devoted herself to her home, family and the many cats and dogs she kept in her care.

She most recently resided in Livingston, N.Y.

She is survived by her five grateful children, Patricia Castellano, Paul McCallum, Stuart McCallum, Mary McCallum and Kathleen Heneghan, eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

A memorial service is planned to be held on Long Island at a later date.

Memorial contributions in her name can be made to the humane society of one’s choice.

Originally published: Long Islander News: The Long Islander
(Thursday, May 14, 2015;  A43)


Genevieve Millon

Genevieve Stella Millon (nee Kloda), a resident of Huntington, died May 9.

Born in Ozone Park, Queens she was raised by her loving parents, Stanley and Stella Kloda, with her younger siblings, Loretta Kloda and Stanley Kloda and her cousin Irene Duszkiewicz. She lived in Huntington, a town that she loved, since 1958.

She attended St. Stanislaus RC School; John Adams H.S.; St. John’s University, where she was a member of Phi Sigma Tau; and Hofstra University where she received M.S. in Education.

She then went on to teach in Brooklyn, Huntingtin, South Huntington, Commack and BOCES in Westbury while volunteering for Visiting Nurse Association (VNS), the Community Thrift Shop and St. Hugh’s Religious Education programs.

She also served as the president of Melville Senior Citizens; was a member of the Board of Elections for 20 years; and participated in foreign studies at Jagellonian University in Krakow and Warsaw, Poland.

Her family said her compassion, humor, generosity and her ability to offer comfort will be remembered by all those that she affected.

She is survived by her daughter, Susan Knight Oberle; her grandchildren, Ashley Knight Carlin, Jason A. Knight and Nicholas R. Oberle; grandson-in-law Bradford W. Carlin; and her great-grandchildren, Violet E. Carlin and Ruby E. Carlin.

Her family said she has made an anatomical gift of her body to the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

A funeral Mass of the Resurrection will be held at the Church of St. Patrick in Huntington on Saturday at 9 a.m. An interment at a later date will be held in the Kloda family plot at Holy Rood Cemetery in Westbury.

Originally published: Long Islander News: The Long Islander
(Thursday, May 14, 2015;  A43)

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