Queens Obituaries

Queens Obituaries

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  • 11 hrs ago | via Jackson Heights News 

    City ups enforcement, mulls redesign on Northern Blvd

    From Noshat Nahian's death in 2013 to Giovanni Ampuero's passing earlier this year, Northern Boulevard has quickly garnered a reputation as the new "Boulevard of Death." The Queens thoroughfare has seen close to 20 traffic fatalities in the last decade, many of whom were children crossing the street.


  • Friday Oct 12 | via Gloversville Leader-Herald 

    Michael Christopher Ukaj

    Sgt. Michael Christopher Ukaj, age 34 of Caroga Lake, passed away unexpectedly on his 34th birthday on Saturday, October 6, 2018 from a tragic limo accident in the town of Schoharie. He was born in Queens on October 6, 1984, a son of the late Shaban Ukaj and Mary Fletcher Ashton of Winterport, Maine who survives.


  • Thursday Oct 4 | via New York Daily News 

    One twin dead, another severely beaten in Queens hou...

    An emergency responder removes an uninjured child from a house where another child was found dead, and a second child was found in serious condition after apparently being beaten. Cops were questioning a Queens mother of five Thursday after the vicious beating of her 1-year-old twins left her daughter dead and her son critically injured.


  • Monday Oct 1 | via New York Post 

    Man shot dead in front of girlfriend after he gets b...

    A man was fatally shot in front of his girlfriend outside of a Queens movie theater Monday after a pack of masked thugs in a car intentionally rammed the couple's vehicle, police and law-enforcement sources said. The 25-year-old victim was shot multiple times in his upper torso around 3:30 a.m. on Ulmer Street, steps away from the College Point Multiplex Cinemas, in Flushing, cops said.


  • Friday Sep 28 | via Vail Daily News 

    Obituary: John Robert Jaran, Feb. 22, 1952, to Sept....

    John Robert Jaran was born Feb. 22, 1952, in Queens, New York, to parents Robert and Rosemary Jaran. The oldest of six children, John grew up in Queens and later in Topsfield, Mass.


  • Tuesday Sep 25 | via Food World 

    Metro Beat

    Congratulations to all at the National Supermarket Association on their recent NSA trade show held at Resorts World Casino in Queens, NY. A few short years ago, many industry observers felt the show was teetering and really did not offer much, especially when compared to the proliferation of customer and vendor shows that dot the landscape.


  • Friday Sep 21 | via Newsday 

    2 dead, off-duty Yonkers cop injured in Queens shoot...

    Police are at the scene of a shooting on 77th Street in Queens that left two dead, including the suspected shooter, and one injured. Photo Credit: Corey Sipkin A man shot and killed a woman who is believed to be his ex-girlfriend and wounded the woman's new boyfriend before turning the gun on himself inside a Queens apartment Friday morning, police said.


  • Friday Sep 21 | via Observer 

    Evelyn Santiago

    Evelyn Santiago, of Dunkirk, N.Y., age 58, died Thursday September 13, 2018 at Mercy Hospital in Buffalo. Evelyn was born in Queens, N.Y. to late Fernando and Julia Rosa Cepeda Santiago.


  • Sep 14, 2018 | via The Brooklyn Daily Eagle 

    OBIT: Marian Wood Meyer, an 'institution' at Brookly...

    Marian Wood Meyer, the long-time public face of Brooklyn's 33rd Council District, died on Thursday, Sept. 13. Photo courtesy of Sidney Meyer The long-time public face of Brooklyn's 33rd Council District, Marian Wood Meyer, died on Thursday, Sept.


  • Sep 11, 2018 | via The News-Review 

    9-11 memorial service is personal for Roseburg man

    A small group including several Roseburg Fire Department firefighters look on as Tony D'Agnese performs the Star Spangled Banner on the trumpet during a ceremony in remembrance of 9/11 in Roseburg this morning. Roseburg Fire Dept.


  • Sep 6, 2018 | via Newsday 

    Elliot Kazan, 90, of Dix Hills, helped develop popul...

    Working out of a Farmingdale aviation company, Kazan led team of nearly 500 designers and engineers in the development of the durable A-10 Thunderbolt II. Elliot Kazan, seen in 2003, holds a model of the A-10 Warthog Thunderbolt that he helped design.


  • Aug 31, 2018 | via Shelter Island Reporter 

    Island Profile | Bennett Karnis: Grilled cheese mast...

    Labor Day is game time for short order cook Bennett Karnis and the grill at the Shelter Island Heights Pharmacy is his field of play. Speed, accuracy and skill will deliver the melted cheese and hash browns he is famous for.


  • Aug 30, 2018 | via Community Advocate Newspaper 

    Arthur H. Lerit, PhD, 73, of Westborough

    Arthur H. Lerit, PhD, 73, of Westborough, passed away peacefully Aug. 26, 2018 after a period of failing health. His wife of 45 years, Mary E. Lerit, passed away in October 2016.


  • Aug 29, 2018 | via Naugatuck Daily News 

    Obituary: Alicia Ostar

    Alicia "Lee" Ostar, 85, passed away Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018 at Waterbury Hospital. She was the wife of the late Leo Franklin Ostar, who passed away in 2003.


  • Aug 25, 2018 | via New York Post 

    Abuse victim rejects $200K payout from church, deman...

    A man who has accused a Queens priest of sexually molesting him as a boy has rejected a $200,000 offer from the Catholic Church because the money "doesn't even come close" to delivering justice. "I choose to stand on the side of survivors who want to fight," Paul J. Dunn, 53, told The Post.