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Brooks Memorial Home
275 Warburton Avenue Suite 2
Yonkers , NY 10701
(914) 965-3781
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David J Hodder and Son Inc
899 McLean Avenue
Yonkers , NY 10704
(914) 237-5800
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Duchynski Cherko Funeral Home Inc
111 Yonkers Avenue
Yonkers , NY 10701
(914) 963-6121
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Farenga and Farenga Inc
601 Yonkers Avenue
Yonkers , NY 10704
(914) 964-0373
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Farenga BROS Inc
899 McLean Avenue
Yonkers , NY 10704
(914) 803-0400
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Flynn Memorial Home
325 South Broadway
Yonkers , NY 10705
(914) 963-5178
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Bob Baird's final salute to loyal readers - The Journal News |

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
West Point, something no player since has accomplished. His dad coached basketball at Sacred Heart High School in Yonkers, was an assistant at Fordham and now is an assistant to his other son, Jerry Jr., the head coach at Pearl River, where Kevin’s son recently starred for the Pirates. In 2003, when I invited Kevin Houston to speak at the annual Scholar-Athlete of the Year dinner, he told me his wife Liz had been diagnosed with scleroderma, which my daughter Tracy has battled for 15 years. Liz’s ordeal brought our families closer together before her death in 2009. We’ve shared some happy moments, too, like in January 2007, when Jerry Sr. figured prominently in a segment of “The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden.” In February, I wrote about Kevin’s “Dream Hawaiian Wedding” to Pearl River’s Eileen Bellew, whose FDNY firefighter husband John died in 2005 trying to escape a fire in the Bronx. No one I know deserves happiness more. They are just a handful of the hundreds – perhap...

Roger J. Miner, Judge Who Valued Neutrality, Dies at 77

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
The next year, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that there was no constitutional right to assisted suicide. In 1988, after the City of Yonkers delayed housing desegregation that the court had ordered, Judge Miner expressed the court’s exasperation. “Do these people have any word that they’re going to keep, or do they just hang around federal court saying they’re going to do this, they’re going to do that, and then not do it?” Judge Miner was also meticulous. In 1992, he presided over a three-judge panel that denied the federal government’s move to declare that New Jersey, not New York, owned Ellis Island. He said in an interview with The New York Times in 1998 that he had researched all the documents relating to the island, starting with the grant from the King of England to the Duke of York. The Supreme Court nonetheless decided in New Jersey’s favor. Roger Jeffrey Miner was born in Hudson on April 14, 1934, and earned a bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York at Albany and a law degree from New York Law School, where he was managing editor of the law review. He served in the Army as a lawyer in Japan and Korea, then returned to Hudson to practice with his father. He was corporation counsel for the City of Hudson in the early 1960s, assistant district attorney of Columbia County in 1964 and district attorney from 1968 to 1974. In 1976 he was elected to the New York State Supreme Court, and he served as a trial judge until 1981, when President Reagan named him a federal district judge. In 1985, Reagan elevated him to the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. In 1997, Judge Miner assumed senior status, with a reduced caseload, but he continued working until days before his death. He is survived by his wife, the former, Jacqueline Mariani; his sons, Larry and Mark Miner and Ronald and Ralph Carmichael; his brother, Lance; and six grandchildren. Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand, Democrat of New York, was a law clerk for Judge Miner, and both he and his wife campaigned for her. When Judge Sonia Sotomayor, a colleague of Judge Miner’s on the appeals court, was nominated to the Supreme Court in 2009, he endorsed the nomination, which was confirmed, saying he could not classify her ideologically. He had endorsed her in a different way in 1995, after Judge Sotomayor issued an injunction to end the baseball strike. When club owners appealed to him for an immediate stay of the order, he denied it. (New York Times)

Joel J. Tyler, Judge Who Ruled ‘Deep Throat’ Obscene, Dies at 90

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Deep Throat” was obscene and that the New York City theaters showing it were breaking the law, inadvertently helping it become perhaps the most popular X-rated movie of all time, died in Yonkers on Nov. 9. He was 90. Dave Pickoff/Associated Press Seven years after Judge Tyler's ruling, protesters demonstrated against the showing of “Deep Throat” at a Manhattan theater. Follow @NYTMetro Connect with @NYTMetro on Twitter for New York breaking news and headlines. Allyn Baum/The New York ... (New York Times)

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