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Lake Ronkonkoma, New York Funeral Homes
132 Ronkonkoma Avenue
Lake Ronkonkoma, New York 11779
(631) 588-1515
231 Hawkins Avenue
Lake Ronkonkoma, New York 11779
(631) 588-9599
998 Portion Road
Lake Ronkonkoma, New York 11779
(631) 732-7832
Lake Ronkonkoma, New York Obituaries and News
UPDATE: Woman Dies After Being Hit by Car in Lake Ronkonkoma February 24, 2017

A woman died after being struck by a car in Lake Ronkonkoma Friday night, Suffolk Police said. It happened around 8 p.m. in front of 132 Ronkonkoma Avenue. The woman was transported to Stony Brook Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, police said. (Patch)

Louis Daignault February 24, 2017

On May 19, 2001, Louis married Christine Aston in Lake Luzerne. His most recent employment was as ... 11 Lafayette St., Queensbury, NY 12804. A funeral service will follow at noon at the funeral home with the Rev. Flossie Gage Bates officiating. (Post-Star)

Stanley W. Moody February 24, 2017

He is survived by two sisters: Marilyn Leroux of Raleigh, North Carolina, and Carol LeRoux of Star Lake; four sons: Vincent (Joy), William (Tina), James and Timothy, all of New York; and four daughters: Sheryl Briggs of Colorado, Kathy (Ron) Albert of ... (Adirondack Daily Enterprise)

Woman's sassy obit warns people to wait to claim her stuff February 24, 2017

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Relatives of a 91-year-old Ohio woman who died this week are giving her the last word with a sassy, occasionally profane obituary that starts with ... Ohio but had a few stints in West Virginia, New York, Nevada, and California. (Click2Houston)

The week’s passages February 24, 2017

Fritz Koenig, 92, a German sculptor whose work “The Sphere” became a symbol of resilience after the 9/11 attacks in New York, died late Wednesday at ... died Feb. 17 of heart failure in Salt Lake City. He was being treated for pulmonary disease. (The Seattle Times)