Missing East Norwich boater's body fo...

Missing East Norwich boater's body found in Oyster Bay

There are 30 comments on the Newsday story from Nov 26, 2008, titled Missing East Norwich boater's body found in Oyster Bay. In it, Newsday reports that:

The body of a missing East Norwich boater was recovered from the waters off Oyster Bay yesterday, police said.

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Gabi in California

United States

#27 Dec 19, 2008
I know what it's like to lose someone, it hurts especially around Christmas time. Life will never be the same again for his family during this season of joy.
God rest his soul and blessings to his loved ones.

New York, NY

#28 Dec 19, 2008
OhWellShitHappens wrote:
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He unfortunately proved otherwise.
Bad stuff happens to good people. ur just disrespecting the dead by being here. show some respect and leave. no one wants u here. just go find some other people to piss off.
Irish Twin

Punxsutawney, PA

#30 Dec 21, 2008
Christmas is a time to remember that life is precious and should not be taken for granted....Sal was a good man who was always lending a helping hand. The community let him down. Many good people who die tragically leave us with this time to ponder why....Christmas will be difficult and Christ's life unfolded to a community who let him down.....
We did put up a tree just a live one to plant for him later. t feels very strange and I still cannot sleep wonder why noone help him.....
Ca mu na t Disorganizer

Trumbull, CT

#31 Dec 21, 2008
HarleyRyder wrote:
....... The thing that bothered me, when first reading it, was the wife putting the blame on the slow response to the police department. That was a very unfair statement to make, but I chalked it up to woman in grief.
We'll see if she files a lawsuit.
dennis grenham

Alameda, CA

#32 Dec 25, 2008
he was a little brother...and I should've gone first... that is how I'm all the guys feel... it's human nature... I thought the most of the Stellas... we were all a product of a generation that will never be again.... God keep you always...

Mesquite, NV

#33 Dec 25, 2008
My sympathy to the family and I hope you find comfort in GOD during this
sad time. GOD BLESS.
Gabi in California

United States

#34 Dec 25, 2008
May God Bless and comfort you and your family in this sad time.
j slick

Seaford, NY

#35 Jan 2, 2009
my sympathy to sals family he was a great guy i got to work with or around for the last 12 years linden shop isnt the same with out you kaa faa pop we miss you

Wayne, NJ

#36 Jan 5, 2009
God Bless his Memory.

New York, NY

#37 Apr 21, 2009
I met Sal in 1997 Sal was a great guy and I never worked and laughed more than with Sal. I considered him my friend, God Bless you Sal and to his family stay strong and please know that Sal is always with you.


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