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Artists Memorial Monuments Inc
896 Clove Rd
Staten Island , NY 10301
(718) 448-8485
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Baron Hirsch Cemetery
1126 Richmond Avenue
Staten Island , NY 10314
(718) 698-0162
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Bedell Pizzo Funeral Home
7447 Amboy Road
Staten Island , NY 10307
(718) 984-0913
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Burton Raymond P Undertaker
180 Morningstar Road
Staten Island , NY 10303
(718) 447-9715
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Casey Funeral Home
350 Slosson Avenue
Staten Island , NY 10314
(718) 447-4242
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Casey Mccallum Rice South Shore
30 Nelson Avenue
Staten Island , NY 10308
(718) 317-7600
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Casey Mccallum Rice South Shore
30 Nelson Avenue
Staten Island , NY 10308
(718) 984-6277
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Colonial Funeral Home
2819 Hylan Boulevard
Staten Island , NY 10306
(718) 351-5858
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Deluca Michael
530 Narrows Road South
Staten Island , NY 10304
(718) 447-0873
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Fairview Cemetery
1852 Victory Boulevard
Staten Island , NY 10314
(718) 448-9140
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Gov. Cuomo proposes reducing tolls heading into Staten Island - The Star-Ledger -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Aristide Economopoulos/The Star-LedgerThe Goethals Bridge spans the Arthur Kill linking Elizabeth, New Jersey, bottom, with the Howland Hook area of Staten Island, New York. STATEN ISLAND — New Jerseyans who use an E-ZPass to head into Staten Island may get a big toll break under a new discount plan that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced to the Staten Island Advance. Under a new 60 percent discount plan, drivers with E-ZPass will pay $4.75 starting on their third trip and for each subsequent trip over the Goethals and Bayonne bridges and th...

Elizabeth Parks, gifted artist - Cape Gazette

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Betty” Parks (nee Elliot), 84, of Millsboro, passed away peacefully Saturday, June 23, 2012. Her family was her greatest joy in life, and she delighted in hosting many family gatherings. Born in Staten Island, N.Y., she spent her formative years in Kearny, N.J., and graduated from Kearny High in 1946. In 1951 she married Henry “Hank” Parks. Together they raised four children, first in Bergenfield, N.

Business networking event hosted by Staten Island Economic ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Michael W. Dominowski/Staten Island Advance Artist Alisa Grodsky draws a caricature of Gina Russo on the Mac at the SIEDC Ultimate Networking Event at The Vanderbilt. (Staten Island Advance/Hilton Flores) SIEDC networking event gallery (2 photos) STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Gina Russo’s personal business philosophy is that making friends is truly the best way to generate business and build clientele. The account executi...

At Staten Island's Sandy Ground, 'railroad' claim on terra firma -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Staten Island Advance/Bill LyonsSylvia Moody D'Alessandro, director, Don Papson, president of North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association, and Debbie Paige, who researched the exhibit, look at a related letter that Mr. Patson brought with him to present to Sandy Ground during the opening of "Louis Napoleon, Undergroung Railroad Agent" at Sandy Ground Historical Society. STATEN ISLAND...

Artist faces wreckage of NY tall ship, carved from 23 tons of New ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
I was cursing under my breath," he said. "It was devastating — such a hard, sinking feeling after days of carving in the hot sun." Laughing at his own cheesy humor, the Staten Island resident added, "It took the wind out of my sails." He said he'd worried about leaving his work sitting outside on a Friday night near the bars in the district, but hoped a guard patrolling the area would keep it safe. On Saturday, Long was trying to reconstruct his vandalized creation — a promotion for his line of sand sculpting tools and for an exhibit at the South Street Seaport Museum. "I'm trying to get my mind back into the groove." When completed, his creation will be 10 feet high and occupy a 20-by-20 foot space. The effort started Wednesday, when a truck hauled the tons of sand from the New Jersey shore to lower Manhattan. His mammoth tall ship, surrounded by sandy renderings of lower Manhattan buildings, was coming to life again by Saturday afternoon. "I know I'm going to pull it off," said Long, whose work worldwide has been featured on television's "Travel Channel." Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Five Boro Bike Tour draws 32000 cyclists to New York City on May 6 -

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
New York City icons on the way. After a ride over the Pulaski bridge passing through Brooklyn, riders enjoy an incredible view from the lower deck of the Verrazano Bridge. The tour lands on Staten Island for a lively outdoor Festival. Express-Times Photo BILL ADAMSThe last time I was on a bike, Kelly Huth forced me to eat a cheesesteak. Here in The Express-Times newsroom we have a lot of bigshots who have gained major achievements in physical fitness events. We're talking half-marathons and whatnot. The most notable achievement I can claim in recent memory is a 5K arse-whuppin' of a wobbly, blubbery local blogger. And he's been working out feverishly with the hope that I'll allow him a rematch (I won't). I began a strict workout regimen Sunday. Well, strict might be a little strong, but I began it.A stark difference of opinion has developed among those who have considered the idea of me pedaling my way across New York City for 40 miles. Some say it's a piece of cake and I can get 'er done in less than three hours. Others snicker and point to my lack of athleticism. They say it's just as likely that I keel over during the trek.To that I say fiddle-faddle, but if it so happens that I do succumb during the event, please someone make certain my obituary notes that I am unhappy to have perished in NYC. As a Philadelphia sports fan, the last thing I want is for New York to once again get the better of me.At least one person is suggesting I consider...

Obit: Robert Jones - Dover Post

Sat, Feb 4, 2012
He was a dedicated husband, father and grandfather who enjoyed the time spent with his family. Mr. Jones leaves his wife Susna J. Fetto Jones of Cheswold, DE, two children, Christopher Spango of Staten Island, NY and Kimberly Jones of Somerset, NJ, one grandchild, Kristyn Archibald of Staten Island, NY and his sister, June Langcake of Moorsville, NC. Arrangement of Services with Burial at Sea will be private and at the convenience of the family. Condolences and Guest Book Signings can be made via Life’s End Services are by Michael J. Ambruso Funeral Director, Inc., Dover.

The Eddey Brothers, Carnes and Alfred - Greenpoint Gazette

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Carnes Eddey â?“ a shipwright from Greenpoint. Carnes and Alfred were born and raised in the southwest corner of Staten Island, on a 22 acre farm in the town of Woodrow. The farm, clearly marked on the Beersâ?™ Atlas of the day, was handed down to their father Andrew from his father, William. The grandfather had inherited the land from his wifeâ?™s family, one of the islandâ?™s original Huguenot families. The brothersâ?™ mother, Catherine Poillon, also born on Staten Island, was descended from another French Huguenot family of means. According to William Simonson Eddy, she was a “religious person who mandated strict observance of the ...

Ex-NY emergency chief Richard Sheirer dies - Newsday (subscription)

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Sheirer, who led New York City's Office of Emergency Management and helped organize a dazed metropolis after the World Trade Center attack, died yesterday of an apparent heart attack. Sheirer, 65, of Staten Island, became known as "the man behind the mayor" during Mayor Rudy Giuliani's daily briefings on the 9/11 rescue and recovery efforts. The agency's offices were destroyed... Newsday & ExploreLI are now available at no charge to Newsday 7-day and Optimum Online® subscribers. To continue reading, please log in or register now. Already registered on in Newsday 7-day or Optimum Online® subscriber?Get access Not a Newsday 7-day or Optimum Online® subscriber?Click here ...

Richard J. Sheirer, Official in Charge of Sept. 11 Rescues, Dies at 65

Fri, Jan 20, 2012
Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani said in an interview. Mr. Sheirer was a senior vice president at Giuliani Partners, a consulting firm. Mr. Sheirer was driving to work from his home on Staten Island when he began having chest pains, pulled over at 14th Street and 10th Avenue and called 911. He was taken to Beth Israel Hospital, where he died. Mr. Sheirer, a former deputy fire commissioner and deputy police commissioner, was appointed to lead the Office of Emergency Management, known as O.E.M., in February 2000, four years after Mr. Giuliani had created it. The job ordinarily entailed preparing the city for hurricanes and earthquakes and dea... (New York Times)

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