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Louisa Marie D’Amico

Saturday September 12, 2021

Louisa Marie D’Amico entered into eternal rest on Saturday September 12, 2021. She was 35 years young. Louisa was born on September 14, 1985 in Newburgh, NY to her parents Gino D’Amico Karen Melick who she is survived by, alonh with her 4 children Aiden, Owen, Mia and Sylas; grandmothers Maria DeFranco and Louise Melick, 4 siblings Gino D’Amico, Wiliam D’Amico, Kara Smith and Thomas Smith; 6 nieces and nephews Gino III, Naliyah, Annabelle, Kelsey, Hayley, Chase and Millie; uncle, Michael Melick, cousins Shannon and David Melick, and uncle Vinny and his wife and cousin Dom.
She is predeceased by her grandfathers; Clayton Melick and William D’Amico; brother Zachary Cook, and Angelica D'Amico.
Louisa, better known to all close to her as “Lou”, loved spending time with friends and family, cooking and being a mom. She always had a niche for fashion and wore her style well. She will be greatly missed by many who knew and loved her.
Visitation will be held from 4-7pm on Friday September 17, 2021 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc. 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte94) New Windsor, NY 12553. Funeral service will be 10:30am Saturday September 18, at the funeral home. Burial will follow in Calvary cemetery New Windsor, NY.

Rose Zaharel

Rose Zaharek of New Windsor, NY a liflong area resident away on Tuesday August 24, 2021 at St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital Newburgh, NY

Rose is the daughter of Lena Tukas and Vincenzo Romano. She was born on November 11, 1931 in Newburgh, NY. She is the widow of George Weygant.

Rose is survived by 5 sons Michael Zaharek, Steven Zaharek, James Zaharek, George Weygant, Mark Weygant and 1 daughter Michelle Truicale, six grandchildren, and tow great grandchildreb, 6 niece and 4 nephews. 

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Helena M. Smith

Helena M. Smith of New Windsor, formerly of New Paltz and Highland Falls, passed away on Thursday, July 29 at Wingate Nursing Home in Beacon. She was 99. The daughter of John and Augusta Schonz Feith, she was born in Highland Falls on December 5, 1921. She was a 65-year resident of Highland Falls and a member of Sacred Heart Parish.

After attending Spencer Business School in Newburgh, she worked as a bookkeeper for several businesses including National Gypsum in Newburgh. During WWII and afterwards, she worked in the Finance Office at the US Military Academy at West Point. While primarily a homemaker and mother, she helped support her family with varied part-time positions over the years.

She was a talented piano player and, as a young woman, was accompanist for the Sacred Heart Church Choir. She had a life-long love of reading and a thirst for knowledge. She was an avid gardener, who loved growing flowers, fruits, vegetables, and houseplants. She loved to crochet, do crossword puzzles, and was known for her amazing baking. Her family will remember her wisdom and her unselfish, generous, and giving nature.
She was the widow of Alfred E. Smith. She was predeceased by her son, Alfred E. Smith, Jr. Survivors include her son, Gerard Smith of Schenectady, and her daughter, Therese Lamica and her husband Gary of New Windsor. She was blessed with six grandchildren: Matthew, Joseph, and Janna Smith; Steven, Laura, and Alyssa Lamica; and one great grandchild, Alexander Smith.

Visitation will be from 4-7pm on Friday, August 6 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, 239 Quassaick Ave in New Windsor. A funeral mass will be celebrated at 10am on Saturday, August 7 at Sacred Heart Church, 353 Main. St, in Highland Falls. Burial will be in St. Charles Cemetery in Gardiner, NY. 

Samuel Nicholas Colavito

Samuel Nicholas Colavito, of Newburgh, passed away unexpectedly on the morning of July 27th of heart failure, surrounded by his children and grandchildren, after an impressive battle against cancer while sporting an even more impressive full head of hair. Born and raised in The Bronx, he served with the National Guard and then worked as a Professional Tractor Trailer Driver for Penske Logistics and Gross and Hecht Trucking, receiving numerous awards for safe driving. His handle was Hollywood Sam on his CB radio because he was always wearing sunglasses, and everyone continued calling him “Hollywood” even after he retired. He was also a proud member of the Knights of Columbus, Monsignor Henry O’Carroll Council #444.

An avid reader, a tireless dancer, a social butterfly, a compassionate husband, father, and grandfather–he was always looking out for his family first. He had a big heart, a warm personality, and a smile that would light up a room. He had unforgettable, striking, light blue eyes that were kind and bright, and he was loved by everyone he met.

Sam is survived by his children, Marie'Anne and her husband Rob Durst, Linda'Lee and her husband David DeLeo, Billy and his wife Gina, and Laura and her husband Jay Agosta; his grandchildren, Lena and her wife Julie, Dante and his wife Esta, Lara, Ryan and his wife Maggie, Victoria, Trey, Zarah, Joseph, Sam, and Will; his great-grandchild, Cami; his brother-in-law, Pat Peraglia and sister-in-laws, Linda'Lee Bietighofer and Carol Leverone; and many nieces and nephews.

He is reuniting with his wife, Rosemary, after only five months apart; his parents, William and Maria Colavito; his sisters, Mary Marchese, Frances Cirillo, and Margaret Coscia; his brother-in-law Joe and sister-in-law Marie Peraglia, and his brother-in-laws Bob Bietighofer and Steve Leverone.

Visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday August 4th at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc. 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte94) New Windsor, NY. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m., Thursday August 5th at Our Lady of the Lake 433 S. Plank Rd, Newburgh, NY. Internment will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery. For those who wish, we’d like to remember Sam with flowers of blue, like his eyes, and white.

Angel Luis Medina

Angel Luis Medina, 93 of New Windsor, NY passed away on Thursday July 15, 2021. Angel was born on July 22, 1927 in San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico to Vincente and Epifania (Reya) Medina. Angel married Antonette Cimorelli in 1958 and were happily married for 55 years until her passing in June 2013.

Angel is survived by his sister Judy Vallejo of Puerto Rico, his sons Luis Medina Souchet and his wife My of Chicago, IL, Louis Vincente Medina and his wife Mary of New Windsor, NY and his daughter Virginia Medina Moore of New Bern, NC.

A memorial services honoring Angel will be held from 11 am to 12 noon on Wednesday August 4, 2021 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte94) New Windsor, NY

Burial of Angel and Antonette ashes will follow in Calvary Cemetery New Windsor, NY.

Susan M. Plona

December 24, 1955 - July 11, 2021
Susan M. Plona of Wappinger’s Falls, NY formerly of Cornwall-on Hudson, NY a nurses aid for 28 years at Cornwall Hospital, passed away on Sunday July 11, 2021 at Fishkill Rehabilitation Center, she was 65. Sue is the daughter of the late Albert Plona and Margaret Fanning. Sue was born on December 24, 1955 at Cornwall Hospital. She was a member of the Thursday Ladies Night Go Bowling League for years, and the Riverteirs in Newburgh.
A loving sister, aunt, and cousin. Kind and giving. You could find her fishing at the river and Rings Pond.
Sue is survived her sisters Peggy (Charlie) Milich, and Nancy (Terry) Calamari, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
A memorial visitation will be held from 9 to 10 am followed by a funeral service at 10 am on Friday July 16, 2021 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc. 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte. 94). Burial of ashes will follow in Calvary Cemetery New Windsor, NY.


Jack Dabrusin

August 22, 1943 - July 20, 2021
Jack Dabrusin, owner of Dabrusin Auto Parts and a life-long resident of Newburgh, NY passed away at home surrounded by family after a long illness.
Jack is survived by his devoted wife of 51 years, Margaret; his daughter, Dana Saintmire; grandchildren, Parker Saintmire and Marissa Saintmire; sisters, Donna Carbone of Murrells Inlet, SC and Wendy Lewis (Michael) of Melbourne, FL; uncle, Jack Gruberg; cousins Robin Licker (Steven) and Jay Wayne (Gerry), as well as many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his daughter, Susan and sister, Gail Gallagher.
Jack was born in Newburgh on August 22, 1943 to Elizabeth (Betty) and Harry Dabrusin. 
Jack married his best friend Margaret on February 7, 1970.  They celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary this year. The couple had 2 beautiful daughters, Dana and Susan.  Susan was tragically killed in an accident at the Orange County Speedway in 1988.
Jack began his career with IBM in East Fishkill.  After a tour of duty in Vietnam while serving in the U. S. Army, Jack relocated to Houston, TX where he worked with IBM on the NASA space program. In 1970 he and Margaret returned to the Newburgh area to work in his father's business, Dabrusin Auto Parts.  Jack eventually took over the business until retiring in 2014. Jack enjoyed stamp and coin collecting from an early age and had J & J Stamp and Coins with his cousin, Jay Wayne for years.
Jack was an avid car enthusiast and owned a number of street rods, classic and muscle cars, as well as several Model A's over the years.  He was a member of the Model A Restorers Club and enjoyed many Model A runs throughout the Hudson Valley. He also participated in and traveled to numerous car shows. He was also a member of the Vietnam Veterans and was involved in many of their activities. He especially liked the spaghetti dinners.
Jack loved time with his family and spent his Sunday mornings making his famous pancakes for family, friends, and grandpuppies.
Jack was a spiritual man and was an active member of the Congregation Agudas Israel where he served several terms as President.
Jack will be deeply missed by family, friends and all who knew him.
Jack's service will be held at the Congregation Agudas Israel, 290 North Street Newburgh on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 10am. Burial will follow at Congregation Agudas Israel Cemetery, 140 Erie Avenue, New Windsor, NY 12553.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Susan Abby Dabrusin Memorial fund at Congregation Agudas Israel.
Funeral arrangements are under the care of Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc.

Helen Rose Johnson 

It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of Helen Rose Johnson on July 8th. Helen was the youngest daughter of John and Marietta Peters and the last living member of a family consisting of two brothers and five sisters (Antoinette, Stephen (Peppy). Gloria, Marie, Florence (Chubby), Anna, and John. All predeceased her throughout her life and she missed them all every day especially Anna, whom the two were inseparable.

Helen and her family grew up on Overlook Place in the city of Newburgh surrounded by many friends, some from the same area of Italy as her father. Growing up in an environment in which the family was close and lived nearby only added to the memories she would often share with us. No matter the hardships or good times, it always seemed the family were there for one another. She attended South Junior High School but like most children during that time, had to leave school to help support her family. She made some great school friends many of which she kept in touch with throughout her life but her family needed her and she didn’t think twice to help out. Regardless of her education, she was a smart lady and was always one to speak her mind no matter what.  

Helen married Leland (Buddy) Johnson and together they raised two sons, Leland III and Jeffrey. Both Leland Sr. and her eldest son, predeceased her as well. Her youngest son Jeffrey married Barbara Somerville and together they had two sons Zachary (fiancée Jessica Nicklin) and Matthew (fiancée Alyssa Alverez). She was the consummate grandmother and never turned away any request to spend time with “her boys”. She would constantly say it was like re-living her life all over again. Prior to preschool, she was there nearly every day without hesitation to watch her grandsons while their parents worked and it was such a relief to know that your children were in the best hands and never a need to worry. She took this role serious enough that she retired from her job in order to help her family do whatever was needed when it came to her grandsons. She never complained and often looked forward to spending as much time with her grandsons as she could. Helen worked at a few local shops in Newburgh but was really a home maker. Even while she worked, her schedule always took into account when her sons would be coming home from school and she needed to be there for them.

Those who met Helen always referred to her as “Aunt Helen” since she always seemed to connect with anyone. Growing up our friends were always invited in for snacks or dinner especially when she knew they wouldn’t have supper that day. She knew how and loved to converse with people even if she didn’t know you. She was always shown respect from our friends and when we would run into them years later, they always asked how my Mom was doing.

Helen knew how to throw a party and I can recall many happy occasions in which many of my aunts and uncles gathered in our home during special times and she always knew how to entertain. She loved to dance and you could always find her on the dance floor with her sisters or cousins as soon as the music started. She also had an eye for fashion and would always dress as if she were on the red carpet.

Visitation will be from 3 to 7 pm. Tuesday, July 13th at the direction of Hudson Valley Funeral Home, 239 Quassaick Ave, New Windsor. A catholic mass will be held at 10 am the next day at Sacred Heart Church, Rt. 9W, Newburgh, NY and burial at Calvary Cemetery shortly thereafter. For further details or condolences, please contact Hudson Valley Funeral Home or visit


John Coen

John Coen of Newburgh, NY passed away on Saturday, June 19, 2021 at home, after a hard-fought battle with kidney cancer. John was born on January 17, 1961, in Newburgh, New York. He was a local business owner of Art and John’s Auto Body Shop, a family run business that John put all his dedication and hard work into.

John was an enthusiastic motocross racer, with a need for speed. His passion and love of the sport led him to become the founder of Diamondback MX, a track that was “Built by Racers, For Racers”. John was also a member of the AMA and MSC organizations.

John was a wonderful man who always knew how to make you smile with his corny jokes and playful humor. He was the son of Arthur and Nancy Coen and brother to both Angela and Carlo (Maria Coen). John was a special person to his family including his wife, Kelly Coen; son Jac Coen and step-children Paul Interval (Kate Duggan) and Elizabeth Grinchell (Matt Grinchell). He was a loving grandfather to Julia and Scott Mongillio and an uncle to 6 nieces and 3 nephews. The family sends special thanks for the care and support from Scott Craft and Sandra Lodato.

Visitation will be held from 2 p.m. to 6.p.m. with a 5:30p.m eulogy on Saturday June 26, 2021 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home 239 Quassaick Ave. (Rte94) New Windsor NY


Kevin F. Coyle Sr.

Kevin F. Coyle Sr. of New Windsor, NY a retired Sheet Metal Worker for Local 28 and an area resident for 35 years passed away on Friday May 21, 2021 at his residence. He was 71.

The son of the late Joseph and Elizabeth Coyle, he was born on April 27, 1950 in the Bronx, NY.

Kevin enjoyed visits to the casino, watching the Giants and Yankees. His treasure was spending time with his family. He enjoyed summer cookouts, birthdays and family gatherings. He had a tough exterior but his actions would always speak louder than words. He will forever be missed.

Kevin is survived by his wife Susan D. Coyle, his sons Frank Coyle, Kevin Coyle, Jonathan Wazolek and James Wazolek. His daughter-in-law’s: Marina Steinberg, Tracey Carvell, Camille Wazolek and Felicia Wazolek. Grand children: Kaitlyn Coyle, Brenden Coyle, Gabrielle Dickinson, Justin Coyle, Jason Coyle, Jocelyn Wazolek, Jordan Wazolek, JuliaCoyle, Brian Coyle, and Jake Wazolek. Great grandchildren Avianna Freitas, Rory Freitas and Zara Freitas. His siblings Joan Smith, Joseph Coyle Jr., Michael Coyle, Madeline Roxburgh and Edward Coyle. Kevin is predeceased by one son Brian Coyle and one sister Betty Ann Ciccone.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday May 26, 2021 from 4 to 7 pm with a 6:30 pm funeral. service at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc. 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte94) New Windsor, NY 12553. Cremation will take place at Cedar Hill Cemetery.

Shirleyann Theresa Rossi

Shirleyann Theresa Rossi was born to the late Beatrice Herrick Olivero and John Olivero at West Point, NY on June 5,1935 and departed this earthly life on May 17, 2021, at home.

 The oldest of five children - John Olivero, Jr. (deceased), Rosalie Minetos (deceased), Rudolph James Olivero (deceased) and Debra Olivero.

 She graduated from Ladycliff Academy, Highland Falls in June 1953 and married Achilles “Kelly” Rossi that December 1953.  They had two daughters - Martha and Michele. 

 A Brownie and Cadet Girl Scout leader, as a young housewife, she also did charitible work for her church, Sacred Heart of Jesus in Highland Falls and as a volunteer at the Cornwall Hospital. 

 When her children entered grade school, she returned to study also, achieving a cosmetology license and eventually establishing two Beauty Salons - The House of Venus in New Windsor and the Fireside Beauty Salon in Cornwall, NY, which she owned until her health forced her to step back.  Regrouping and taking courses at Orange County Community College and Mount St Mary’s in Newburgh, Shirley began a career at the US Military Academy at West Point, NY in the Finance Office.  She retired as the Chief of the Accounts Maintenance Section.  Typically, while at West Point, she took on other responsibilities establishing the Federal Women’s Program, at that time a collateral duty.  She presented this Program at Federal conferences and by the time of her retirement it was a full time position, part of the Equal Opportunity Office.  In later, years, while assisting a home move, her daughters found a syllabus from a conference in Washington, DC where Maya Angelou was also a presenter and Shirley shared wonderful anecdotes about her. 

 Among many honors and recognitions, she recieved at West Point, was the USMA Equal Employment Opportunity Award given by the Superintendant at a Cadet Parade Review in Sept 1978.

 Shirley’s other talents were many.  Throughout the years she was active in motorcycling and camping with her husband, “Kelly”.  They toured from Canada to Key West on their motorcycle.  They belonged to several motorcycle organizations, such as Spokes and Sprockets (charter members), a club for professional couples who ride, The Retreads, a national touring group for those over 55, as well as MC safety and identity clubs ie: American Motorcycle Assoc. and others.

 She had been a past member of Zonta International; Ladies Auxillary of the American Legion New windsor Post 1796; President of the Woman’s Auxillary of the Italian American Social Club of West Haverstraw; sat on the Advisory Board of the Orange County Office of the Aging; and was actively involved in running the Senior Games for many years.

 Left to cherish her memories are her husband Kelly, children Martha and Michele, sisters-in-law Rosalie Rossi and Pamela Olivero (Rudolph James), sister Debra Olivero, Aunt Theresa Martinisi (Reziero George), god children Anthony Martinisi (Cara), Sharisse Vargas (Federico) and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

 Visitation will be 4:00 - 7:00 pm Monday, May 24, 2021 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home 239 Quassaick Ave, New Windsor, NY.

 Funeral Mass will be held at 10:00 am Tuesday May 25, 2021 at St Francis of Assisi Catholic Church 145 Benkard Ave Newburgh, NY with Father Bill Damroth officiating and Deacon Tony Ferraiuolo assisting. Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetary, New Windsor, NY.



Agostinho C. Domingues

Agostinho C. Domingues of New Windsor, NY a machine operator for Amscan Inc. passed away on Thursday May 6, 20201 at his home after losing his battle with bladder cancer. He will be missed greatly and in our hearts forever. He was 56.

He is the son of Agostinho S. Domingues and Pureza Goncalves Corga Domingues. He was born on February 3, 1965 in Cabreiro, Aarcos De Valdevez, Portugal

Agostinho is survived by his wife Nannette M Domingues, married to Agostinho for 25 years, 2 sons Jessie A. Domingues and Vincent M. Domingues

A memorial service will be held from 4 to 7pm on Saturday May 15, 2021 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte94) New Windsor, NY


Rita Delfini

Rita Delfini, a lifelong resident of Newburgh, NY, passed away on Wednesday May 5, 2021 surrounded by her loving family. She was 83.

 Rita was born on May 22, 1937 in Goshen Hospital, in the village of Goshen. She was the daughter of the late Patsy Garzione, and the late Rose Pinto Garzione.

 Rita was married to Umberto Delfini, they were happily married for 62 years. They often enjoyed spending Sunday afternoons dancing to Italian Music at the Casa Milanase. Besides being a loving wife and mother, and grandmother, in her younger years she loved to sew, cook for the family, bake and take care of her flower garden. She also had love for her animals. She will be deeply missed by her entire family and all of her friends.

 Rita is survived by her husband Umberto, her daughter, Maria Cracolici and her husband Anthony of Newburgh, NY, her son Anthony L. Delfini and his wife Kathleen of Wallkill, NY. Grandchildren are; Anthony M. Delfini and his wife Sarah of Highland, NY, Adam Delfini of Wallkill, NY, and Jonathan Delfini of Wallkill, NY. Great Grandchildren are; Connor and Ethan Delfini, her siblings Nick Garzione and his wife Hannelore of Anderson, SC, Patricia Lansperry of Newburgh, NY, Christina Whitcanack and her husband Mike of East Moline, IL. She also had several Nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her sister Marie Cea of Walden NY.

 Visitation will be held on Tuesday May 11, from 4-7pm at Hudson Valley Funeral Home. Inc. 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte94) New Windsor, NY. Please know that there is an occupancy limitation which may cause a wait time. Facial covings must be worn in the funeral home at all times, and social distancing must be practiced.

 A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday May 12, 2021 at 10 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church Newburgh. Entombment will follow in Cedar Hill Mausoleum Newburgh, NY.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude’s Children Hospital 501 St Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105.

A Special thank you to Vassar Brothers ICU nurses, and doctors for their compassion and concern.

Funeral arrangements are under the care of Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc.




Charles Arthur Leo

Charles Arthur Leo

January 3, 1926- March 25, 2021

Charles Arthur Leo of Newburgh, NY passed away on March 25, 2021 at the age of 95. He was born on January 3, 1926 in Newburgh, NY the son of the late William and Constance (Maffia) Leo.

Charles served in the Merchant Marines during WWII, which he was rightfully proud of his entire life. He worked hard to provide a good life for his family and upon retirement spent his winters fishing in Chokoloskee, FL. He loved to build and tinker and could usually be found with a tool close at hand.

Charles was preceded in death by the love of his life, Gloria Leo, in 2013. He missed her every day and has now been reunited with her. He is survived by his daughter Mary Ann Dickinson of Newburgh; His son William Leo and his wife, Janice of Florida; four grandchildren: Janet Bost and her husband Charles, Laurie Dickinson, Lisa Driscoll and her husband, Mike, and Sean Leo; four great-grandchildren: Gabrielle Dickinson, CJ and Tommy Bost, and Dakoda Driscoll; and several beloved nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held Thursday, April 12021 from 3pm-5pm, a funeral service will be held at 4:30pm at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc., 239 Quassaick Ave (Rte. 94) New Windsor, NY. Please know that there is an occupancy limitation which may cause a wait time, please be respectful of your time visiting. Facial covering must be worn in the funeral home at all times, and social distancing must be practiced.

Cremation will take place at Cedar Hill Cemetery. Burial of ashes will held at a later date.




Gertrude R. Poland

Gertrude R. Poland of New Windsor, NY a retired nurse aid for Valley Hospital Ridgewood, NJ passed away on Friday 26, 2021 at the Emerald Peek Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Peekskill, NY. She was 86

Gertrude is the daughter of the late Charles and Rose Clyick Poland. She was born on July 19, 1934 in Wilkes Barre, PA

Gertrude is survived by one brother Mark (Cabrina) Poland of Butler, NJ; her twin sister Louise (Carmine) Damario of New Windsor, NY, 3 nephews Frank Damario, Mark Damario, and Christopher Poland, one niece Nicole Poland and 3 great nieces Angelina Rose Poland, Danielle Damario, and Madeline Darmario.

There will be no visitation. A Funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday March 4, 2021 at Sacred Heart Church Newburgh, NY; Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery New Windsor, NY.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in memory of Gertrude to Sacred Heart Church Newburgh, NY.

Helen B. (Jaroscsak) Simanoski 

Helen B. (Jaroscsak) Simanoski of New Windsor, NY a retired sewing machine operator for Dubett Bags in Newburgh, passed away on Tuesday March 9, 2021, she was 99.

Helen is the daughter of the late Joseph and Katia (Greca) Jaroscsak. She was born on November 7, 1921 in Roseton, NY; and was a member of Our Lady of Mercy Church in Roseton, and St. Francis Church of Assisi Church in Newburgh.

Helen is the widow of Edward A. Simamoski, she is survived by her daughter Josephine (Simanoski) Przebieglec and her husband Edward C. of Ramsey, NJ; grandchildren Stephanie Fenlon (Robert), Michael Przebieglec (Amy), Joseph Przebieglec, Edward A. Przebieglec. Great grandchildren Evan and Ethan Przebieglec, and many nieces and nephews. Helen was predeceased by her siblings Joseph Jaroscsal (Charlotte), Elizabeth Gallage (Carmen), Mary Venuti (Edward).

Visitation will be held from 2-5pm on Sunday March 14, 2021 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc. 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte94) New Windsor, NY 12553.Please know that there is an occupancy limitation which may cause a wait time, please be respectful of your time visiting. Facial covering must be worn in the funeral home at all times, and social distancing must be practiced.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10am on Monday March 15, at St. Francis of Assisi Church Newburgh. Cremation will take place at Cedar Hill Cemetery. Burial of ashes will be at a later date.

Funeral arrangements are under the care of Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc. 845-562-4411

Rosemary Peraglia Colavito

Rosemary Peraglia Colavito of Newburgh, passed away peacefully in the early morning hours of February 23rd, surrounded by her husband, children, and grandchildren, who filled her ears and heart with warm memories, laughter, and radiating love. She was born in the Bronx, pursued fashion and the arts, loved her work in the school district, shaped her family, and spoiled her grandchildren.

 Rosemary was an artist. A strong, elegant woman, a witty dinner-party seatmate, an intuitive soul. Someone who taught her girls that they could do anything, and taught her boys the same. Someone who passed on her father’s core belief that when banded together, family can withstand anything. Rosemary, Mommy, Mama Ro, Roro. Anyone who knows her can picture her sheepish grin, hiding her smirked lips behind the palm of her hand, as she murmured a silly quip, an inside joke for you and her to share. Rosemary was the embodiment of home.

 Survived by her loving husband of 64 years, her Sammy; their children, Marie’Anne, Linda’Lee, Billy, and Laura; their children-in-law, Rob, David, Gina, and Jay; their grandchildren, Lena and her wife Julie, Dante and his wife Esta, Lara, Ryan and his wife Maggie, Victoria, Trey, Zarah, Joseph, Sam, and Will; their great-grandchild, Cami; her brother, Pat Peraglia; and her sisters, Linda’Lee Bietighofer and Carol Leverone.

 In heaven, she is joining her parents, Dominick and Lena Peraglia; her brother, Joseph and sister-in-law Marie Peraglia; and brother-in-laws Bob Bietighofer and Steve Leverone.

 Visitation will be held from 4-8 p.m. on Monday March 1st at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc. 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte94) New Windsor, NY; Due to COVID there is occupancy limitation which may cause a wait time, please be respectful of your time visiting. A facial covering must be worn in the funeral home at all times, and social distancing must be practiced.

 A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m., Tuesday March 2nd at Sacred Heart Church Newburgh.   Internment will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery.  For those who wish, Rosemary requested flowers in shades of purple and white.

 Whatever your little heart desires, que será, será, Rosemary.


Angel Rodriguez

Angel Rodriguez of Newburgh, NY A an area resident for 59 years passed away on Monday February 15, 2021 at Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall. He was 61, the son of Angel and Alicia Del Toro Rodriguez.

Angel Rodriguez was born on July 20th, 1959 in Havana, Cuba. His parents migrated to the U.S when he was at the tender age of 2, where he gained his education. Angel was a mechanical engineer at St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital for 35 years. At that very job is where he met the love of his life Annita Palumbo. Angel and Annita have been married for 32 years. Together they bared a beautiful daughter named Breana. Angel had need for speed, he had a fascination with cars and bikes, especially Corvettes and Harleys. Angel also was into 4-wheeling and eventually got his daughter into racing atvs, where they would spend every weekend at Limbo Lake Race Track from morning til sundown. Angels hobbies also consisted of socializing with close friends, attending car shows, and watching action packed movies with his wife. On a sunny day Angel would take the hard top off his corvette and go for a long ride, listening to his favorite tunes. Angel could light up a room with his warm smile. He was the definition of a loving and caring family man.  Anyway that he could help he would with no hesitation. Angel was a wonderful husband, father, brother, uncle, and godfather. He was loved by all and will be missed by many, his name will forever be engraved in hearts.

Angel is survived by his wife Annita Palumbo-Rodriguez, his daughter: Breana Rodriguez, sister: Lucy and her husband Jimmy Trusock of Bethel, CT., mother-in-law: Jean Palumbo, brother-in-law: Anthony Palumbo, sister-in-law’s: Antoinette D’Antonio, Gina and her husband Danny Coyne, aunt: Cruz Rodriguez, cousin: Daniel and his wife Wanda Rodriguez of Cortland Manor, NY., nieces: Paige Trusock, Nicole Coyne, Alyssa Palumbo, nephews: Andrew Trusock, Matthew Coyne, Fausto Palumbo, and Michael D’Antonio

Visitation will be 3-8pm on Sunday February 28, 2021 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc. 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte94) New Windsor, NY  Due to COVID there is an occupancy limitation which may cause a wait time, please be respectful of your time visiting. Facial covering must be worn in the funeral home at times, and social distancing must be practiced.

A funeral mass will be held at 11am Monday March 1, 2021 at Sacred Heart Church Newburgh, NY; burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery New Windsor, NY.

Angelina  Alonge Leombruno

Angelina  Alonge Leombruno, 106 years old, long time resident of Orange County, NY joined her loving husband Bruno in eternal rest on February 9, 2021.  “Angie” as she was known by friends and family is predeceased by her husband Bruno Leombruno in 1983, her granddaughter Lisa Leombruno, and her siblings Nina Alonge, Anna Alonge Catanzaro, Vito Alongi, Leonardo Alonge and Vincent Alongi.  She leaves behind her sons John Leombruno, his wife Grace and Anthony Leombruno , his wife Nora, niece Anna Maria Alongi, nephews Anthony Alongi and Leonard Alongi, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.  Nona as she came to be known was born in America but raised in Sicily.  As a teenager she came back, living in Brooklyn, NY until she and her Bruno (as she called him) moved to Orange County in 1953.  She worked as a seamstress from the age of 14 in Brooklyn, later moving to Newburgh and Florida until she retired.  Angie lived in the home she and Bruno built until she was 100.  There was nothing more important to Angie than her family.  She will always be remembered as a loving force of nature.

Visitation will be 3:oo PM to 6:00 PM Monday February 15, 2021 and Tuesday February 16, 2021 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, 239 Quassaick Ave, New Windsor, NY 12553, (845) 562-4411. (  A funeral mass in celebration of Angela will be held February 17, 2021 at 10:00 AM at Sacred Heart Church, Robinson Avenue, Newburgh, NY.  Entombment will follow at Cedar Hill Mausoleum, Rt 9w, Newburgh, NY

Masks must be worn at all times.  Social distance rules will be followed.


Nicholas T. Anzalone II, 62 of New Windsor, NY passed away peacefully on Monday, January 11, 2021 at St. Lukes Hospital, Newburgh, NY.

The son of the late Michael & Wilma (Hunter) Anzalone, Nicholas was a former resident of Newburgh, NY and a graduate of Newburgh Free Academy Class of 1976. 

Nicholas was troubled with serious medical conditions for most of his adulthood but that did not damper his love of life. His family knew him as kind and mild mannered, with a penchant for loud music and fast cars.  

Nicholas leaves behind his loving sons, Cory (Tina) Anzalone; Nicholas (Danielle) Anzalone and Gregory Anzalone; brother, Michael (Tracey) Anzalone; sister Anna (Gary) Steinhauer; grandchildren Alyssa, Lola, Maya, Jason and Anthony; and many nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Nicholas was predeceased by his former wife, Kathleen; son Jamie; brother John; sister, Jill Moglia and granddaughter Gigi.

The family has entrusted Hudson Valley Funeral Home, 239 Quassaick Ave New Windsor, NY 12553 with the care and cremation arrangements for Nicholas. 

Due to the pandemic, a memorial to celebrate the life of Nicholas will be announced at a later date.

William J Wilson Sr.

January 8, 1928 to January 10, 2021

 William "Bill" Wilson Sr. of Cornwall on Hudson, NY was born in Brooklyn NY but lived the majority of his life in Cornwall on Hudson. 

 Bill was a communication engineer for the Department of Army at West Point until his retirement. He also worked  for Cornwall Telephone and Teleprompter Cable. In his retirement years Bill became a caretaker to many of the older stately homes on Storm King Mountain. This he did right up to his 92nd year. 

 Bill is survived by his daughter Laurie and her husband Tony Parmerter of Port Charlotte FL, Son William "Billy" and his wife Stacey of Cornwall on Hudson, His son James "Jimmy" and his partner Dana of Wappinger Falls and son Robert and his wife Ellen of North Carolina.

He is also survived by 5 grandchildren: Jennifer, Stephen, Hunter, Jessica, Heather, and 6 great grandchildren. 

 Due to Covid restrictions a celebration of life will be held at a later date.

 Funeral arrangements are under the care of Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc.


Gary F. Griggs

Gary Franklin Griggs, 77, of Marlboro, NY, entered into rest at home surrounded by family, on December 5, 2020. Gary, the son of the late Franklin and Vera Griggs, was born in Newburgh, NY on September 20, 1943. He married Patricia Cantwell-Rhodes on October 11, 1970 in Walden, NY.

 Gary graduated from Newburgh Free Academy in 1963 and was a 53 year member of the Plumbers and Steamfitters Union, Local 373. He was a Master Plumber, an excellent mechanic, and he was proud of his profession. He loved NASCAR, enjoyed  fishing, gardening, wood working, and was a skilled tradesman.

Gary will be missed and best known for his willingness to help others.  He was a kind and gentle, reliable and generous, selfless man. He was and will always be the best husband, father, father-in-law, grandpa and papa, that our family was blessed to have.

 He is survived by his wife, Patricia of 50 years, his son, Christopher Griggs, (Kimberly) of Poughkeepsie, their three children; Karter, Carsen and Kolten, daughter, Dana-Marie Bolduc of Wappingers Falls, her son, Evan of Idaho. His sisters, Cheryle (Bruce) Bayard, JoAnn Russo and his brother, Donald Griggs.  He is also survived by his sister-in-laws and brother-in-laws, Joan (Phil) Kirschen, Judy (Ken) Schwartz, and David (Pamela) Rhodes and several nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his son, Steven Patrick Griggs, his sister-in-laws,  Linda Griffith, and Susan Griggs, and brother-in-law, Anthony Russo.

 Calling hours will be held this Sunday, December 13, 2020 from 1-3pm at Hudson Valley Funeral Home. 239 Quassaick Ave. (Rt.94) New Windsor, NY.

 A burial will follow at a later date.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research ( or Hudson Valley Hospice ( 

James "Jim" Hawks

James "Jim" Hawks also known as "My love, Daddy, Dad, Pop, Pops, Pop Pop, Peepa, and Grandpa" of Wurtsboro, NY (1/28/39-7/13/20)

Passed away peacefully surrounded by his ever loving wife and family after a long hard fight with vascular disease. 

Jim was born in El Dorado, KS to Robert and Mary Hawks. 

He was predeceased by his parents, his sister Virginia, his Brother Dave, and nephew Dave. 

He is survived by his "love" Beth & their six children: Christopher Hawks & wife Trish, Wendy Gerstein & husband Neal, Jeremy Hawks & wife Beth, Kerri Mears, Alison Hansen & husband Eric, Katie Durland & husband Tim and "adopted daughter" Shannon O'Leary and husband Conor. And 19 grandchildren: Chelsea, Andrew, August, Britney, Jimmy, Trevor, Tyler, Jake, Abraham, Hugh, Mikayla, Eliza,  Savannah, Mallory, Robert, Cullen, Nolan, Maxwell, and Blaire. His brother Neil Hawks and his wife Cathy, his sister in law Nancy Hawks, his nieces Jennifer & Dana and nephews Jonathan & Steve.

Jim graduated from C.W. Post with a bachelor's degree in business administration. His career included many different professions, but mainly being a salesman/businessman. He was always known for his incredible work ethic and warm smile wherever his career took him.

Jim was a man filled with an indescribable and unwavering love and gentleness. He was the most patient, kind, caring, loving, smart, wise, resilient, hardworking man. His love for his wife and family transcends this physical world, and will be felt forever through the beautiful family he has created. And through the extraordinary and rare love he and his wife share. It's an unbreakable and exceptional bond that will withstand this temporary separation and go on forever. What brought Jim the most joy were his wife, family, nature, hiking, camping, traveling, reading, playing cards, dancing, and of course BBQ'ing (anyone whose had his BBQ already knows- there's nothing better than Jim's BBQ)

His wife & family will carry on his legacy through the very things he enjoyed and loved most. And most importantly through the love they all share. He will be profoundly missed. Grateful is an understatement for how lucky we all are to have been able to share his beautiful life with him. Until we meet again...."Cheers!" And "Stick it in your ear!" 

In lieu of flowers a donation can be made to St. Jude's children's hospital.

A celebration of his wonderful life will be held at a later date

This is my wish for you: Comfort on difficult days, smiles when sadness intrudes, rainbows to follow the clouds, laughter to kiss your lips, sunsets to warm your heart, hugs when spirits sag, beauty for your eyes to see, friendships to brighten your being, faith so that you can believe, confidence for when you doubt, courage to know yourself, patience to accept the truth, Love to complete your life. " -Ralph Waldo Emerson

Eden B. “Edie” Rich

Eden B. “Edie” Rich, 74, of Chatsworth, CA passed away on May 7, 2020 in Northridge, CA.

Eden was born in Brooklyn, NY, to Moishe and Peppy Barer on December 1, 1945. She went to high school at Newburgh Free Academy in Newburgh, NY, and graduated in 1963. She went on to complete a BA from SUNY New Paltz and a MA from Columbia University and subsequently worked as a teacher. Later, she trained and qualified as a paralegal and worked for many years as an HMO legal analyst.

Eden was an active member of Congregation Agudas Israel in Newburgh, NY for many years and later Temple Ramat Zion in Northridge, CA. Possessing a wonderful singing voice, she particularly enjoyed participating in the congregation’s choir. She was an avid reader and life-long Star Trek fan. She was also an active member of Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America.

Eden is survived by her sons Gregory Rich, of Newtown, CT, and David Rich, of Savannah, GA, and her daughter Alison Rich, of Canoga Park, CA. She is also survived by her sisters, Ruth Love Barer of Amherst, MA and Susan Saunders of Sharon, MA. Eden had 3 grandchildren (Krystal Williams, Samantha Rich and Jay Rich) and a great-grandson (Charte Carrow) as well as 3 nieces (Rachael Cohen, Jessica Saunders and Joy Saunders). Eden was pre-deceased by her husband Allen J. Rich and her parents Moishe and Peppy Barer.

The funeral service was held via ZOOM on May 14, 2020 with Rabbi Ahud Sela and Rabbi Jacob Rosner officiating. Rabbi Sela offered a heartfelt eulogy as a close friend of Eden. A video recording of a virtual memorial service is available upon request. A future memorial service will be scheduled when the public health conditions allow.

The family extends heartfelt gratitude to Rabbis Sela and Jacob as well as Congregation Agudas Israel’s chevra kadisha committee.

Memorial donations may be made in the form of having trees planted in Israel in Eden’s memory (see for more information). Any correspondence should be sent to Gregory Rich at 45 Parmalee Hill Rd, Newtown, CT, 06470. E-mail

Juan V. Rodriguez

Juan V. Rodriguez of Newburgh, NY a OR transporter for Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital for 38 years passed away on Sunday April 26, 2020 at Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital. He was 61 years old. Juan is the son of Bacilio and Paula Rodriguez, he was born on November 24, 1958 in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico. He is a member of St. Patrick’s Church.

Juan was a caring and loving son, brother, uncle, brother-in-law, friend and to his co-workers, always with a big smile and a big heart to all that knew him. Juan’s love for family and gardening gave him much joy. He also enjoyed baseball and he watch all the game shows on television.

He is survived by Migadalia Rodriguez, Ramon Rodriguez, and Miriyn Rodriguez-Astacio, Zoilo Rodriguez Sr., Nieces: Maria Janette Torres, Magaly Rodriguez, Migdalia Lee Colon, Mikaila E. Astacio, Milagros I. Astacio and Milania A. Astacio. Nephews: Jaime Torres, Ramon Rivera Zoilo Rodriguez Jr. and Pedro F. Astacio, Jr. Brother-in-law: Martin Rivera, Pedro F. Astacio.

There will be a memorial at a later date in West Palm Beach, Fl.

Bacilio Rodriguez Correa

Bacilio Rodriguez Correa of Newburgh, NY a retired labor worker for regal bag an area resident for over 40 years passed away on Sunday April 12, 2020 at Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital. He is the son of the late Epifania Correa and Francisco Rodriguez. He was born on June 14, 1932 in Maunabo, Puerto Rico. He was a member of St. Patrick’s Church.

Dad had a long rich and full life. He frequently told us stories about how he would travel to New York as a migrate farm worker until he finally settled and brought his family. He enjoyed Salsa and playing the maracas as well as being a practical jokester. He was greatly loved, and his stories will live on through his children and family.

He is survived by his wife Paula Vega Rodriguez, his children Migdalia Rodriguez, Ramon Rodriguez, Juan Rodriguez, Mirilyn Rodriguez-Astacio and Zoilo Rodriguez, Sr.

Grand children: Jaime Torres, Maria Jannette Torres, Magaly Rodriguez, Ramon Rivera, Migdalia Lee Colon, Milagros Astacio, Pedro F. Astacio Jr., Mikaila Astacio, Milaina Astacio, Zoilo Rodriguez Jr., 10 great grandchildren.

Brothers and sisters: Bacilia Rodriguez, Teofilio Rodriguez, Francisco Rodriguez, Fidel Rodriguez, Maria Rodriguez, Thomas Rodriguez, Ramon Solibaies-Ortiz, Emilo Rodriguez, Nalisa Rodriguez Martina Rodriguez, Jacinto Rodriguez, Zoilo Rodriguez and Fidela Rodriguez.

Services will private.  


David E Johnson

David E Johnson of Newburgh, NY passed away suddenly on April 4.  The youngest son of George E Johnson Jr. and Kathy Johnson, he was born November 9, 1964.  David loved towing at Orange County Fair Speedway and Accord Speedway, and attending Dirt track racing events.  He always did what he could to help others out.  David made many friends in his lifetime and never forgot anyone.  He is predeceased by both parents, and is survived by Kimberly-his partner of 25 years, two sons-Joseph 17 and Andrew 15, sister Debbie and brother in law Robert, brother Michael, half siblings George and Amanda, nieces Shanna and Alley, nephews Christopher and Jeffery, and his Aunts Alice, Hazel, and Josephine.

 There will be no visitation or services at this time, but a memorial celebration of his life will be held at a later date.



Anna Mary (Ann) Morrow

Anna (Ann) Mary Morrow of New Windsor, NY passed away on Sunday April 5, 2020 at Orange Regional Medical Center. She was 95 years old. The daughter of the Carrie (Scazrzarz) and Alexander Shura, she was born in Newburgh, NY on March 24, 1925.

Ann was a former salesperson at Galindo and Mills Jewelers and later at Broadway Jewelers in Newburgh. She was a devoted member of St. Francis Church in Newburgh, NY. She is now with the Lord and her beloved husband, John J. Morrow, who predeceased her on November 28, 2005. She is survived by her niece, Monica M. Morrow of Washingtonville, NY; her nephew Andrew C. Morrow and his wife Glenda of Newburgh; great-niece’s Amanda Thompson of Newburgh, Natalie Ackerman and her husband Brian of Red Hook, NY and great-great nephew Carter Thompson and great-great nieces Madison, Gracie and Rosie Ackerman, and godson Joseph Sinisgalli and his wife Ellen from Latham, NY

Our family would like to extend our sincere thanks to the Montgomery Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Montgomery for caring and supporting Ann during her stay with them.

A funeral mass will be held at St. Francis Church at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to St. Francis Church Newburgh, NY

Gregory J, Peters

Gregory J. Peters of New Windsor, NY a retired Civil Engineer for NYS DOT in Middletown, NY and a lifelong area resident, passed away on Saturday April 4, at Hudson Valley Rehab Center in Highland, NY. He was 80

Gregory is the second son of the late Mary Martin and Joseph Peters. He was born on July 18, 1939 in Newburgh, NY. Gregory was a devoted and loving husband and father, who loved his family more than life itself. A genuine heart and gentle soul he had, and was loved by all that had the privilege to know him.

His compassion and love will be greatly missed. Gregory is predeceased by his wife Virginia Mary Peters who he was married to for over 56 years. Gregory is survived by his 2 daughters Julieann Yeager, and her husband Stuart Yeager of Newburgh, Linda Greene and her husband Fredrick Greene of New Windsor, NY and 2 nephews. Gregory was also predeceased by two sisters Mary Peters and Virginia Dasilva and one brother Manuel Peters

Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association 2 Jefferson Plaza, Ste 103 Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

A memorial service will be announced at a future date.  


Agnes E. Koerber

November 7, 1927 – April 2, 2020

Agnes Emily Koerber of Newburgh entered into rest at Sapphire Nursing Home, Meadow Hill on Thursday April 2, 2020. She was 92 years old. Agnes was a lifelong resident of Newburgh graduating NFA in June 1945. She worked at the Newburgh Laundry for 17 years marrying her husband, Theodore in 1948. She left the laundry to raise her son Glenn in April 1962. She also worked at Gidney Avenue Memorial School for many years in the lunch room, as a teacher’s aide and in the nurse’s office. She had been a member of the American Legion Newburgh drum corp marching in many parades. She was a member of the Newburgh Chapter of the Hillcrest Rebekah’s Lodge serving in many capacities including secretary and Noble Grand. One of the loves Agnes had during her life was her church, Grace United Methodist where she was a member her entire life. She was the first baptism in the font still in use today which had been given to the church by her great aunt and uncle. She served the church in many ways being in the choir, teaching Sunday school and participating in many committees and events. She was membership chairperson for many years up to 90 years of age. She was also a member of Newburgh Club 60. Agnes was predeceased by her husband  of 65 years, Ted, her parents Agnes and Russell Gasking Sr. her brother Russell (Bud) Gasking Jr., brother in law Ed Rightmeyer and his son Eddie, niece and nephew Linda and Russell Gasking III.

She leaves behind her loving son Glenn, loving sister Shirley Rightmeyer, niece and nephew Betsy and Bren Flanigan of Carthage, Missouri and their children Devin and Kelly. Also nephew and niece Tim and Tricia Ingram of Newburgh and their son Kyle and Danielle, son Travis and Lindsey and their daughter Peyton, Heidi Rightmeyer and her children Allie and Shane. Also nieces Mary Potvin and Joanne VanNorstrand, her husband Jonathan and their children, nephew David Gasking and Ralph Macharro and his wife Linda.

She is also survived by goddaughter, Susan Mizner, godsons Lindsay Fitch and Mark Williams, many other cousins and special friends.

Due to the coronavirus burial will be private, in Woodlawn Cemetery. A memorial service at Grace United Methodist Church will be held at a later date.

Memorial donations may be made to Grace United Methodist Church Organ Fund (please be sure to specify “organ fund”) 468 Broadway Newburgh, NY 12550



Rabbi Robert Rozenberg

Rabbi Robert Rozenberg passed on Tuesday, March 4, 2020 in Freehold, N.J. at the age of 70. He was born in Brooklyn, NY  to Estelle, z’l, and Rabbi Martin S. Rozenberg and on October 6, 1949. He graduated with a bachelors from Stony Brook University and received his Rabbinic Smicha, Masters and Doctorate from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. He served congregations in Houston, TX, Cheshire, CT, Abington, PA, Cedarhurst, NY, Gladwyne, PA and the Newburgh Jewish Community at Temple Beth Jacob. He is survived by his wife, Cindy, his children, Shira (Dan), Jacob (Sarah), his grandson Itai, his father Rabbi Martin Rozenberg and his sisters Karen (Doug) and Sandy. The funeral will be held at Temple Beth Jacob, 290 North Street in Newburgh on Friday, March 6, 2020 at 11:00am. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Temple Beth Jacob, URJ Camp Harlam, Michael J. Fox Foundation or any meaningful charity.


Funeral arrangements are under the care of Hudson Valley Funeral Home 845-562-4411

Bruce G. Randzin

Bruce G. Randzin of Wallkill, NY passed away on February 19, 2020 at his home with family by his side. He had just turned 78, born February 16, 1942 in Passaic, New Jersey, son of Mary and Louis Randzin. Bruce graduated from Newburgh Free Academy High school. Following graduation he attended Orange County community college and then continued with the University of Pennsylvania majoring in business and graduating with honors with a Bachelor’s Degree. He worked for the family business at Randzin Electronics until his father’s death upon which he moved out to Arizona. Returning back to Wallkill area, he worked for the Newburgh School district as a computer technician until he retired. Throughout his life he was a member of different fish and game clubs and a life member of the NRA. He volunteered for over 10 years for the Plattekill Ambulance Corp. and was a board member of the Plattekill library. In later years he was stricken with cancer. He was a loving caring husband and father. He is survived by his wife Anna at home , his son Bruce and his wife Kate Randzin of Northville N.Y. , his daughter Susan Randzin-Cunningham and her husband Archie, grandsons Alex and Logan Randzin along with their mother Veronica, as well as Bruce and Kate’s son Chase and Sue and Archie’s children Dakota, Jordan, Sarah and Savanah. Bruce’s ability to help any and all who needed it was a blessing to everyone around him and most importantly to family and friends. He will be missed by all who knew him. A service is being held at the Garden Reformed Church, 166 Main St. Gardiner N.Y. at 11:00 am on Saturday February 29th. Flowers can be sent to the church for Saturday morning. In lieu of flowers a donation can be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.


Pasquale Filomeno Mugnano

Pasquale Filomeno Mugnano of New Windsor a retired barber for over 60 years with Antonio and Pasquale Barber Shop in Vails Gate, NY passed away on Tuesday February 11, 2020 at home. He was 73. The son of the late Antonio Mugnano and Virginia Napolitano, he was born on November 7, 1946 in Mugnano Del Cardinale, Italy.

Pasquale was a member of Black Rock Fish and Game Club Mountainville, NY, Circolo Italiano, UNICO, and Sacred Heart Church all of Newburgh and Congregation of St. Filomena.

Pasquale loved spending time with his grandchildren and family gatherings. He enjoyed cooking Christmas Eva dinner, and making wine, and traveling to Ocean City Maryland and Italy. He was also radio host for WCRR, and a soccer referee.

He is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 50 years Anna Maria Guerriero Mugnano, his son Antonio (Tony) Mugnano and his wife Michelle of New Windsor, his daughter Virginia (Gina) DiLeonardo and her husband Vincent of Marlboro, NY, 3 grandchildren Vincenzo, Gianna, Marissa. One sister Lucia Miro of Italy.

Visitation will be held from 4-7pm on Friday February 14, 2020 at Hudson Valley Funeral Home, Inc. 239 Quassaick Avenue (Rte94) New Windsor. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11am on Saturday February 15, 2020 at Sacred Heart Church Newburgh, follow by Entombment in Cedar Hill Mausoleum. Funeral Arrangements are under the care of Hudson Valley Funeral Home. 845-562-4411