3-vehicle accident kill one, injures two

3-vehicle accident kill one, injures two

There are 15 comments on the Newsday story from Jun 20, 2007, titled 3-vehicle accident kill one, injures two. In it, Newsday reports that:

A Holtsville man was killed and two other motorists were hurt when a car slammed into another and caused a chain reaction in a three-car crash in Hauppauge, Suffolk police said yesterday.

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Lynda and Dwayne Cisco


#1 Jun 20, 2007
Keith Lashomb was a great guy to know, He will be missed by us. Please if anyone knows anything about the accident, call the police
Thank You
Anna A and Robert R

Taunton, MA

#2 Jun 20, 2007
Keith was a wonderful guy to know & work with it. We can't believe that this has happened. All of us at his DVI family miss him very much. Words could not express how we feel and how much we miss him. Our deepest sorrows to his family and friends. We love you Keith.
Katie Malanik

Patchogue, NY

#3 Jun 20, 2007
Rip Daddy
He was a great man and will be missed by all. I keep hoping ill wake up and it will all be a dream. If anyone knows anything please contact the police.
Jimmy In mD

Columbus, IN

#4 Jun 20, 2007
My name is Jimmy. We have met before at DVI. I know you probably dont remember me as you met many people there. Your Daddy is a great man. Let me tell you one thing that I know you already know. Everything he did....every second all the time was for you and your brother. He always would talk to me about you guys and let me know how you were doing. He was and is very proud of you.
We were buddys since I started at DVI in 1992. I really enjoyed the talks we would have. He was in early to get the computers up and I was always in early because I had to goto school. We talked about guy things..ya know sports...and complaining. We would go at it because he liked the Rangers and I love the Islanders. He always would let me "win" though...cuz he didn't sweat the small things in life. He was always the calm one while I always get worked up. He had a way of making me step back ,take a deep breath and be cool about things instead of going bonkers like I tend to do. Feeling the way I feel, it is unimagineable to me the pain you must be in. Please know many people are thinking of you and praying for your family. There is no way this makes any sense to me at all. Your Dad did everything the right way and this happens. The only thing we can take from this is live your life and appreciate every second...like your Dad did. I live in Maryalnd now and work for DVI here. Just a couple of weeks ago your Dad "saved" 2 of my computers from the trash pile...but thats what he did...especially at DVI. Helped everyone. Please know that we all love him and will miss him. Will see you at the services. God Bless...
hello moto joe

Stamford, CT

#5 Jun 20, 2007
i worked with Keith for over 13 years at dvi. He was a great guy and a wonderful friend. i am going to miss him very much.


#6 Jun 20, 2007
Katie Malanik wrote:
Rip Daddy
He was a great man and will be missed by all. I keep hoping ill wake up and it will all be a dream. If anyone knows anything please contact the police.
My condolences to you and your family.
Angie LaShomb

Patchogue, NY

#7 Jun 20, 2007
Thank you all for your kind words. Words cannot express how much this means to me. This was a terrible loss and I am still in shock. I lost my husband and best friend.
Thank you again and god be with you all!

White Plains, NY

#8 Jun 21, 2007
This horrible tragedy has effected each of us in our own way. I have lost my comfort zone at work. Keith always knew what to say or do to make me laugh and realize that it just wasn't worth getting upset. But most of all I will miss his sick sense of humor, which is why we became such good friends. Thank you for showing me that pool can be played sober and not only at 2am. He loved his game of pool and did a great job with his team. Damn, even made me into an MVP. He will be terribly missed. Angie & Katie, I am here for you. Call me, Corinne
Matt Tedesco

Moodus, CT

#9 Jun 21, 2007
I knew Keith through his good friend Jay Perratti--my wife's uncle--and through an online baseball league that we played in together for several years. Keith was such a genuinely nice, good-hearted, friendly person. My heart goes out to all of his friends and family at this awful time. He will be missed very much.
John Perratti

Bronx, NY

#10 Jun 21, 2007
Keith was a fabulous, gentle, kind-hearted, and considerate human being.
I met Keith at a NY Rangers playoff game at Madison Square Garden during the cup year of 1994. I only saw him angry once in the 13 years that followed. We became very close friends and I would not trade the relatively small amount of time we had together for all the world.
Of my friend I can say this, his family meant everything to him. He worked multiple jobs to support his children. We went to Pinehurst for the 2005 US Open; Keith called his wife every day to tell her he missed her and loved her. I know he couldn't wait to get home, despite the good time we were having. I spent countless hours having deep conversations with Keith; most revolved around his Wife, Children, Siblings, Mother, and Grandmother, in short, about his family. I felt honored every time Keith told me I was a part of his family; I knew exactly what he meant by that.
As we experience over the next week what should be a celebration of his life and the time we had with him, I hope that everyone who attends the viewings and the funeral service is able to reflect on the number of people who were deeply touched by Keith during his lifetime...that is the true measure of this man, my Brother Keith.
I love you and I'll miss you more than you can possibly know...Rest in Peace.
Mike Benson aka Benny

Levittown, NY

#11 Jun 22, 2007
When I look back over the last 16 years I realized some of the best and most memeroble moments in my life I shared with Keith at my side. As a 16 year old kid at my first job Keith made every work day a lot of fun. I'll never forget the bruises we each had after playing rock paper scissors on the train coming home from the Ranger game in '94. My bachelor party when he stood by his good and stubborn friend (no names to be mentioned) and was going to walk back the 30 miles to our hotel.
Keith was easily the most genuinely good person I have ever met. He always did the right thing and would never hurt another person. He will be missed by all that know him.
K-Man I expect you to give me at least 3 stokes a side the next time we tee it up. We will miss you down here.
Nidia Guzman

Taunton, MA

#12 Jun 22, 2007
God Bless all of Keith's family and friends. You are in my prayers. Keith was an awesome person. He really cared about everybody.Like sometimes my husband would be late picking me up at work or my car was in the shop and I couldn't leave on time.Keith would always tell me to wait inside or let him know when I was leaving; he worried about me getting safely home.Not a lot of people care about what your going through and he did. In fact, he kinda treated me like his daughter. He was always reminding me I was sons age.I'm to miss talking to him in spanish, about music, family, etc... Keith you will be missed greatly.
Darren Malanik

Stamford, CT

#13 Jun 24, 2007
Katie I am very Happy that kieth was part of your life He raised you very well I was so grateful that he was there when I could be You and mommy ever ever need anything you let me know I love nyou both even though me and moommy had our differences thank you kieth for always being there god sees everything both in in goodness and badnesss you will be judgeed as a angel thank you
Sharon DVI

Bronx, NY

#14 Jun 25, 2007
The world has lost a kind and nice person.
Keith was a happy go lucky guy who always said don't worry.I Know he is in heaven because that's where good people go.It is true only the good die young.

My prayers are with family members and friends of Keith because we are the people who really suffer with a lost so hard.
Sharon and Tina Haines and family.
Michael in Pennsylvania

Middletown, NY

#15 Jun 26, 2007
God Bless you and your family, Angie if you need anything please dont hesitate to ask, I am so sorry for your loss, Michael

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