Jose Luis Caceres 88, passed away peacefully on September 28, near his home in Staten Island. Jose was married to the love of his life, Amelia for 68 years. Jose, “Pepe” Caceres was born at La Libertad, Peru on August 25, 1931 to Julio A. Caceres and Ida Burga. Jose and Amelia have four adoring children, Freddy, Jose, Ida and July, all of New York City. Jose loved playing with his many grandchildren, (Monica, Estefanie, Kevin, Katherine , Joshua, Jefferson, Adrian)and great grandchildren(Karen, Juan, Jessica, Lorenzo, Antonelle). He loved all of them equally, and they loved him back. Please Join… Read complete obituary here.
Michael Charles Finnegan unexpectedly passed away on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 in Austin, Texas at the age of 35. In Lieu of Flowers, Donations to Solstice Recovery Foundation, 100 Canyon Road, Wimberley, Texas 78676, www.solsticerecovery.com : (512) 536-0932 would be greatly appreciated.
Rafael Asusta sadly passed away on Thursday, September 26, 2019 at Staten Island University North surrounded by his loving family at the age of 64.
Mathew “Fatt Matt” Jakubowski of Staten Island passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday September 24, 2019, sadly at the age of 26. Born on July 28, 1993, Matt grew up on Staten Island and graduated from Port Richmond High School. He attended Lincoln Tech and later went on to work for the New York City Department of Sanitation. Those who knew him understood that the only thing bigger than Matt’s heart, was his attitude. Matt loved cars, trucks, bowling, sneakers, softball and most importantly spending time with his daughter Madyson. Matt absolutely loved his family. Matt is the adored and beloved… Read complete obituary here.
January 27, 1915~ September 18, 2019 Winifred Mae Flannigan was born in Wallasey, England on January 27, 1915, and emigrated at the age of nine with her family aboard a passenger ship that set sail from Liverpool, England. With her characteristic boundless energy, she entertained her fellow passengers on stage with spirited British ditties. It was that same outgoing personality that won her many easily-made friends, and that comforted her patients when she became a Registered Nurse doing private duty at Staten Island Hospital. Winifred’s career path was sealed when asked by her third grade teacher, Miss Cusick, what she… Read complete obituary here.