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Lawrence A. Kushnick
Mike DeLuise June 3, 2013 at 11:30 pm
We offer our prayers and greatest sympathy to the family and friends of our dear friend andRead More colleague Larry Kushnick. He was an amazing man filled with kindness and inspiration. Michael DeLuise, President, Melville Chamber of Commerce.
David Noyes August 29, 2012 at 03:32 pm
Dee and the girls, It was always fun, and a privilege to play music with Phil over the years. He wasRead More genuine and genuinely funny! I'm going to miss him but I have a collection of memories that will fare me well. I will remember him. My sincere hopes for you all that you heal and smile again soon! Much Love, David Noyes
Celia Alessandro August 30, 2012 at 07:10 pm
All of Phils fans here in Florida that got to know him and his wonderful musical talents withRead More Beginnings will miss him very much. Our deepest condolences go out to his wife and daughters. I for one can say I was blesses to have shared some musical moments with Phil and the band and will cherish it always!!
Donald Gephardt February 16, 2013 at 05:48 pm
In his student days at Nassau Community College, Phil was a bright spot in the Music Department. HeRead More was brutally honest, charmingly engaging, and caring about all that was going on around him - especially his fellow students and what they were learning and experiencing.. He recorded some of our ensembles - really well - and will always be remembered as someone who inspired us all to be better and to give it our all. He certainly did. Dr. Donald Gephardt
Tom Sant September 9, 2012 at 01:41 pm
It is wonderful when someone shares great information and memories of the Apollo program. I onlyRead More wished I could of been there to see them lift off but still have great memories of watching it on television. Neil Armstrong was a true hero, humble and always deflected praise to others in the program. He now belongs to history and the ages.
John Gruber September 9, 2012 at 01:41 pm
yes, that trip to mars that was just made is also a hoax, along with Pearl Harbor and 9/11....if weRead More need to think for ourselves then you just need to think...or crack open a book
monkey lewis September 10, 2012 at 07:09 am
I moon you
Sal Randazzese December 7, 2010 at 11:59 am
Mike grew up in a football family . His dad was a coach in the Lynvet orgainization of Pop WarnerRead More Football. At that time there was a senior division. It is with that team that I first met Mike. He was a 5ft 9in, 170lb fullback. yes, full back. He took on people who were 25 lbs heavier every play every day It was not a concern to him. It was his job . That alone speaks volumes of the size of his heart and determination. For the three years that I played with Mike we won two championships and only lost one game. We were basically belly series team who ran the ball 80% of the time and each time Mike lead the play.I am a better person for knowing and playing withMike . He is a mans man. Love you Mike. Sal Randazzese
Emily Mangino April 6, 2011 at 02:50 pm
I cannot thank you all for your kind words and thoughts about my husband Michael Mangino. He wasRead More truly a good and loving and caring person. He always tried to do the right thing. When he died he was there with his mother trying to do the right thing by all. We will all miss him dearly. We all have learned so much from him and hope we can carry on as he would want us to. It is going to be very difficult going out on that golf course without him, but I am sure going to try and I know in my heart that he will be there with me helping me move on. As for football I will be a forever Friar Fan. He loved being with the kids on and off the football field, teaching them as much as he could, that was his life and loved every minute of it. As far as football goes he would have been there forever. Go Friars'! Michael I love you and will love you forever, you were my life and I have lost that life forever. May you be shooting below par on the grandest golf course in your world, and no whiffing the ball. Love you always, Em
mike July 19, 2011 at 01:26 am
RIP mike, we all miss you at the beach!