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Cross Island Funeral Service Inc

Cross Island Funeral Service Inc
14920 Northern Boulevard
Flushing, NY 11354
Phone: (718) 539-9507
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Nancy A. Gallagher, retired real estate broker

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Continuing Care, Getzville, where she resided. She was 70. She had survived two bouts of lymphoma but succumbed to the long-term effects of undergoing full-brain radiation. Born Nancy Smith in Flushing, Queens, she graduated from Flushing High School. During her teen years, while training to become an opera singer, she sang in three recitals at New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall. Ms. Gallagher moved with her family to Western New York for a stay of several years beginning in 1959 and ... (The Buffalo News)

Nancy A. Gallagher, retired real estate broker

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Continuing Care, Getzville, where she resided. She was 70. She had survived two bouts of lymphoma but succumbed to the long-term effects of undergoing full-brain radiation. Born Nancy Smith in Flushing, Queens, she graduated from Flushing High School. During her teen years, while training to become an opera singer, she sang in three recitals at New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall. Ms. Gallagher moved with her family to Western New York for a stay of several years beginning in 1959 and ... (The Buffalo News)

From Tragedy to Farce: The Return of Yuni - FanGraphs (blog)

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
However, while I have written plenty of snarky rants along those lines about Moore and other general managers, my attitude has shifted a bit. It is not just that in the larger scheme of things, flushing $2 million dollars on a worthless bench player down the toilet really is not that big of a deal. Indeed, that “defense” sort of misses the point — this signing can be see as just another decision in a string of bad decisions that points to a bad general conception...

Herbert A. Hauptman, Nobel-Winning Mathematician, Dies at 94

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
Feb. 14, 1917, in the Bronx and attended Townsend Harris Hall, an elite school that closed in 1942 and was revived in 1984 as Townsend Harris High School on the campus of Queens College in Flushing. The school also produced the Nobel laureates Dr. Jonas E. Salk and Kenneth J. Arrow, an economist. Dr. Hauptman earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from City College in 1937 and a master’s degree from Columbia in 1939. After serving in the Navy during in World War II as a weather forecaster in the South Pacific, he joined Dr. Karle as a physicist-mathematician at the Naval Research Lab in 1947. He also enrolled in the University of Maryland, earning a doctorate in mathematics in 1955 for a dissertation based on his work at the lab. In 1970, unwilling to shift the focus of his naval research to laser-guided missiles, he joined the Medical Foundation of Buffalo (since 1994 the Hauptman-Woodward institute), a small private foundation specializing in endocrine research. He became its research director two years later and its president in 1988. He was also a professor of biophysics at the State University at Buffalo. He continued to work on problems in crystallography, shifting his attention in the mid-1980s to the analysis of larger molecular structures. Dr. Hauptman, who lived in Amherst, N.Y., is survived by his wife, the former Edith Citrynell; two daughters, Barbara Hauptman of Buffalo and Carol Fullerton of Bethesda, Md.; and a brother, Robert, of Silver Spring, Md. (New York Times)

Leonard Harris, Television Critic, Dies at 81 - New York Times

Sat, Sep 24, 2011
Charles Palantine in “Taxi Driver” (1976) because he knew him through the New York drama scene. When the film’s disturbed antihero, Travis Bickle, meets the senator, he delivers a tirade about flushing the “scum and filth” out of New York. The senator cautiously sympathizes with Travis, perhaps unknowingly leading to his later violent deeds. Mr. Harris also played the mayor in a 1980 romantic comedy, “Hero at Large,” and wrote three novels. His first, “The Masada Plan,” was called “gripping, fast-moving, expertly engineered” by the novelist Meyer Levin in The New York Times Book Review. Leonard Jerome Harris was born in the Bronx on Sept. 27, 1929. He graduated from City College and served in the Army at Fort Dix during the Korean War. In 1961 he married Mary Ann Wurth. They divorced in 1973. He also had homes in Stanfordville, N.Y., and West Palm Beach, Fla. In addition to Ms. Hilliard, Mr. Harris is survived by a brother, Alan; a daughter, Sally Harris Lessard; a son, David; and two grandsons.

The Mets' Season Is Officially Not Amazing - Wall Street Journal

Thu, Sep 22, 2011
Braves' win over the Florida Marlins, but that only made official what had been obvious since late July: The Mets are not going to the playoffs. For the fifth consecutive year, the ballpark in Flushing will go dark in October. And while that hardly qualified as breaking news, it was still cause for some disappointment before the Mets played the Washington Nationals at Citi Field. "It always affects you, because it's another year that you don't go to the playoffs," third baseman David Wright said. "Each year you don't go to the playoffs, it's a failed opportunity and it's one year that you lose as far as getting there and having a chance to win a World Series." With 13 games to go af...




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