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Annette LaFiandra Camilleri, resident of Philippse Manor

Annette LaFiandra Camilleri was born in Brooklyn on May 19th, 1943, the daughter of Philip LaFiandra and Santina Alongi. In 1958 she and her family moved to Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. After graduating from High School she attended the College of Mount Saint... More »

Mark A. Minardi, 56, of Sleepy Hollow

Mark A. Minardi, a lifelong resident of Sleepy Hollow died March 29, 2020 at the age of 56. Sadly, Mark succumbed to COVID-19. Mark was born in North Tarrytown on August 28, 1963 and was the son of Joseph and Rita Dominello Minardi. Mark had worked for Diamond... More »


Obituaries – Jan + Feb 2020

Madeline McEneney, 50 Madeline S. McEneney, a resident of Tarrytown, died suddenly February 8 at her home. She was 50. She graduated from Kennedy Catholic in Somers and earned her bachelor’s degree from Marist College in 1991, after having spent her junior yea... More »


Obituaries – January 2020

Gerald Inzar, 47 Gerald L. Inzar, known as “Gee The Barber,” died January 27. He was 47. Beloved husband of Karina and cherished father of Gerald the III, Mr. Inzar was a Sleepy Hollow High School graduate and lifelong local resident. He was the proud owner of... More »


Obituaries – December 2019

Alfonso Passariello, 91 Alfonso F. Passariello, Sr., affectionately known as “Lubby,” a lifelong resident of Sleepy Hollow, died December 8. He was 91. Born in North Tarrytown on November 15, 1928, he was a graduate of North Tarrytown High School class of 1946... More »


Obituaries – November 2019

Peter Schmidt, 83 Peter K. Schmidt, a longtime resident of Sleepy Hollow, died November 19. He was 83. He enjoyed growing up in Dobbs Ferry with his brothers and younger sister. Throughout his life he had a passion for cars and not only loved driving them but ... More »


Long-time Irvingtonian Robert K. Massie Dies at 90

By Barrett Seaman Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian Robert K. Massie III died December 2nd of complications from Alzheimer’s Disease. He first moved to Irvington November 22, 1963, the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated, and spent much of his adult... More »


Obituaries – Sept. Oct. 2019

Rocco Orsino, 84 Rocco Joseph Orsino, a resident of Tarrytown, died October 1. He was 84. Born in Mount Pleasant, he retired from Cornwall Hospital as Vice President of Finance in 2001. Socially active, he was President of the Mount Vernon Rotary Club, Preside... More »


Obituaries – September 2019

Daniel P.  McCormick, 66 Daniel P. McCormick, a former Irvington resident, died in his sleep September 8 in Show Low, Arizona. He was 66. He graduated in 1971 from Irvington High School, where he excelled at both football and wrestling. After graduation he att... More »


Obituaries – August 2019

Robert Lopez, 40 Robert L. Lopez, a resident of Dobbs Ferry, died unexpectedly August 22. He was 40. He was born August 22, 1979, in Port Jefferson, NY. He was a dedicated and loyal employee for the local ShopRite. He was a passionate Yankees fan and had a lov... More »


Obituaries – June & July 2019

Theodorus Verheven, 84 Theodorus “Teddy” A. Verheven, who lived most of his life in Tarrytown, died June 27. He was 84. Born in the Netherlands, during WWII his father was drafted into the military and he had to make money to help support the family. While bar... More »


Stone Barns’ James Ford Dead at 53

The following was posted on the web site of Pocantico Hills’ Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture, one of the nation’s leading exemplars of farm-to-table gastronomy and sustainable agriculture.     “All of us at Stone Barns Center mourn the loss of James ... More »


Obituaries – June 2019

James Maloney, 71 James M. Maloney, a longtime resident of Tarrytown, died unexpectedly June 23. He was 71. Born in New York City on March 15, 1948, he was the son of Bartholomew and Anne Donnelly Maloney. At a young age, his family relocated to Elmira, NY, wh... More »


Obituaries – May 2019

Joseph Callahan, Jr., 89 Joseph M. Callahan Jr., a longtime resident of Tarrytown, died May 5 after a short illness. He was 89.Mr. Callahan graduated from LaSalle Military Academy in 1947. He then went on to Williams College where he graduated in 1951 with a d... More »


Obituaries- April 2019

Michael Kulsha, Jr., 24 Michael M. Kulsha, Jr., a resident of Dobbs Ferry and Hastings, died April 9. He was 24. He was born March 15, 1995 at Phelps Memorial Hospital to Michael M. Kulsha, Sr. and Eva Cumber. Locally, he attended the Westchester Exceptional C... More »


Obituaries – Feb + Mar 2019

Leonardo Bauerle, 80 Leonardo Christian Bauerle, a 47-year resident of Irvington, loving husband and father of two children, died February 15. He was 80. Born in Parral, Chile, he received his medical degree from the University of Chile in 1963, and practiced ... More »


Obituaries – Jan + Feb 2019

Lisina M. Hoch, 89, Adventurer and Philanthropist Lisina M. Hoch, an adventurer and philanthropist, died peacefully at her home in Irvington on February 15. She was 89. Born in Switzerland, she was the eldest of three daughters. Her father, Fritz von Schulthes... More »


Obituaries – Dec 2018 + Jan 2019

Angelo Jurcic, 80 Angelo Jurcic, a longtime resident of Tarrytown and North Tarrytown (now Sleepy Hollow), died in his native country of Croatia January 3. He was 80. Born in the city of Senj, Croatia, he came to the United States in the early 1960s, married a... More »


Remembering Morey Storck: 1932-2019

Morey Storck, Vice President of The Hudson Independent’s parent company, Hudson Valley News Corporation, a member of this newspaper’s Editorial Board, and a regular contributor of arts and entertainment articles to its pages, died January 18 following a long i... More »