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December 1, 2016

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Much beloved Erik Halvorsen dies in odd accident For local business owner, life was one glorious adventure By Donna newman donna@tbrnewspapers.com Setauket arborist Erik Halvorsen, 45, died Monday, following a tragic accident while working on a tree in Avalon Park & Preserve in Stony Brook. The owner of Norse Tree Service Inc. was approximately 50 feet up in a tree while attempting to cut it down at approximately 11:15 a.m., according to Suffolk County Police. The trunk splintered and trapped him against the tree. Halvorsen, who was wearing a safety harness, attempted to free himself and fell 20 feet. An employee was able to lower Halvorsen to the ground. He was transported via St. James Fire Department ambulance to Stony Brook University Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad detectives are investigating the death, although no foul play is suspected. This is standard procedure in workplace deaths, police said. George Powers, former owner of the Hither Brook Nursery in St. James, recalled his customer’s work ethic and expertise. “[Erik] was very good at what he did — he was not a cowboy,” Powers said in a phone interview. “He took all the precautions. And then this happened anyway.” A woman who came to the door at the

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Avalon office on Harbor Road in Stony Brook declined to comment, but Avalon’s Leadership Program Director Katharine Griffiths issued a statement later Tuesday morning on behalf of her entire staff. “Erik was a friend to many of us at the park,” Griffiths wrote in an email Tuesday. “We are heartbroken over this tragic accident. We extend our deepest condolences to his family and his many friends.” Halvorsen did a great deal of work for The Ward Melville Heritage Organization in Stony Brook. President Gloria Rocchio expressed her horror at the accident and her admiration for the man. “We worked with Erik for years in Stony Brook,” she said. “He was very sensitive. When we did work on the village green, he designed [the landscape]. It was like an art form, what he did. Everyone was very happy with the result. He was very passionate. All of us here at The Ward Melville Heritage Organization are devastated. He was a great man.” The folks at Sheep Pasture Tree & Nursery Supply Inc., friends and neighbors of Norse Tree Service on Sheep Pasture Road in Port Jefferson Station, said he was very easy to recommend. “Erik was by far one of the hardest working men we knew,” Laura Brown said in an email. “He was one of the good guys,

a person who would lend a helping hand without a second thought. We easily recommended him to our customers because we knew he would do a good job. When he came into our office, he was always happy, fun to talk with and a gentleman. We will miss the days of him walking into our office at 5:45 a.m. to use our fax machine. We will miss him as will so many in our community.” Bob Koch of Koch Tree Services reflected on the impact the incident has had on the community. “I want everybody to know that the tree community is a very tight-knit family,” Koch said in a phone interview. “A tragedy like this affects everyone in it. Our hearts go out to Erik’s family. He was a wonderful young man. We all feel it when something like this happens.” Powers shared an anecdote about Halvorsen that spoke to his character. “He and his wife were on vacation on some island,” Powers recalled. “He saw a dog tied up in a very bad way. So he let it loose. The next day the dog was again tied up. So he adopted the dog and brought it home. He had to go through a lot of paperwork and paid to have [the dog] flown home. But that dog loved him. You could see it. He was just a good person.” Halvorsen leaves a wife, Britt, and three children, Liv, Leif and Lilli. A celebration of Erik’s life has been scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 17, from 1 to

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erik Halvorsen in his last photo, taken during a Thanksgiving weekend vacation at Bear mountain. 4 p.m. at the Old Field Club in Setauket. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Gerda’s Animal Aid Inc., a rescue organization run by Britt Halvorsen’s mother, at P.O. Box 1352, West Townshend, VT 05359, or by calling 802-874-7213.


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A companion animal offers more than just affection Canine Companions for Independence relies on volunteer puppy trainers to complete the initial phase of preparation for service By Kevin Redding kevin@tbrnewspaper.com

CCI’s standards for the dogs are exceedingly high, with only about 4 out of 10 making it through the program, and so A Setauket woman is doing her part the puppy raisers are considered the backto provide a best friend for someone in bones of the organization. By the time they are fully trained, the need...a best friend in the form of a black lab/golden retriever puppy named Yucca II. dogs know more than 40 commands and Since late July, Michele Galasso, 50, has be able to perform helpful tasks such as been a volunteer puppy raiser for Canine turn lights on and off, open and close Companions for Independence - a national doors, pick up dropped items, and even non-profit organization that matches high- help their human get dressed, according ly trained assistance dogs to children and to John Bentzinger, CCI’s public relations adults with disabilities at no cost to the re- coordinator. “If you’re someone who wants to have cipients - and she couldn’t be happier. “It’s wonderful and life-affirming,” said some degree of independence ... on command, these dogs can pick up an item as Galasso. “I know the power small as a dime and put it and the beauty and the love that dogs bring to people... “ She’s a very special pup. in your lap for you,” he said in a phone interview. “The it’s an inspiring thing. It feels She has a very sweet so good that I can help make easygoing temperament, more puppies being raised, the more people we can that happen for a person.” serve.” Ever since Yucca II she’s highly motivated Galasso said she was inturned eight weeks old, to learn,and she’s in spired to get involved with it’s been Galasso’s job to excellent health. I just f CCI when she met fellow take her into her home, dog lover Caryl Swain, who raise her, teach her basic eel very strongly about had been a long-time CCI commands and socializa- the good that she can do puppy raiser. It was Swain tion skills, and expose her for someone.” who encouraged Galasso to any and all types of sur— Michele Galasso to attend a puppy training roundings by the time she class at CCI, as well as a leaves after 18 months of graduation ceremony in which diplomas standard training. From there, Galasso will return her pup- were given out and leashes were ceremonipy to CCI’s regional headquarters in Med- ously handed over from the puppy raiser to ford, where another six months of more the dog’s permanent recipient. It was this ceremony that sealed the advanced training will take place. Ultimately, if Yucca II passes a rigorous deal for Galasso. “When I saw the individuals with their evaluation process based on her different strengths, she can be matched with a per- families receive their new service dogs, I son who might need her; a wounded vet- knew that this was the service endeavor I have been searching for,” she said. eran or an abused child, for instance.

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Above, Michele galasso with her trainee, yucca ii. Below, Lisa egry and her son Shaun meet his second companion dog, a yellow lab/golden retriever mix named Honey, last year. After a thorough interview process, including a rundown of all of her new responsibilities as a puppy raiser, like taking care of vet bills and food, and a long waiting period, CCI eventually told her to come pick up her puppy on July 29, 2016. Galasso said that raising Yucca II is a lot of work but extremely rewarding. Yucca II is well mannered and loves working on her one-word commands, she said. Galasso puts a special yellow cape on Yucca II as she is permitted to go to many public areas that family pets aren’t allowed to, and visits the nearby senior center once a week. To help the puppy adjust to a wide variety of surfaces, Galasso walks her indoors, outdoors, on the grass, in the street, as

well as busy areas like Stony Brook Village. She’s also training her not to eat off the floor, in case the person she’ll assist were to drop their medication. Galasso said that Yucca II loves people, especially children. On Halloween, she said Yucca II even sat in the middle of the stairs, which face a storm door with see-through glass only at the top of it, so she could look out and see the kids as they came up in their costumes. “Sometimes I think ‘oh I hope she gets placed with a child’ because she really loves them.” Last year in Mount Sinai, a young man named Shaun Egry — who suffers from cerebral palsy — was matched with an assistance dog from CCI. His mother Lisa said that they’ve been involved with CCI since 2004 and received their first dog in 2007 when Shaun was just 10 years old, bound to a wheelchair, and in need of a friend. She said the dogs have not only helped him physically, but emotionally too. “He went from not speaking in public and being kind of embarrassed and ashamed to being very outgoing and now he talks so much that he just doesn’t stop anymore,” said Lisa Egry. “It’s just a big confidence builder, and gave him what he needs to not feel so self-conscious of his disability.” As a puppy raiser, Galasso knows that the toughest part of the job will be returning Yucca II back to headquarters, which she’ll have to do in February 2018. But it’s been stressed by CCI that a majority of the dogs are deemed unsuitable to be matched with anybody and, in that case, are then offered back to the puppy raisers as pets. Of course Galasso would be thrilled to bring Yucca II in permanently, she said, but she has faith that the puppy has what it takes to make it. “My hope is that she succeeds through all her training and becomes an assistance dog,” said Galasso. “She’s a very special pup. She has a very sweet, easygoing temperament, she’s highly motivated to learn, and she’s in excellent health. I just feel very strongly about the good that she can do for someone.”


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Chevy from the driveway of a home on Island Trail in Mount Sinai, police said. At about 9 a.m. Nov. 25, he was in possession of the car on Stem Lane in Stony Brook, according to police. He was arrested and charged with third-degree grand larceny and third-degree criminal possession of stolen property.

On Nov. 27 at about 10 a.m., A 66-yearold man from Mount Sinai stole linens from Amici Restaurant on Route 25A in Mount Sinai, according to police. When he left the scene, he injured a person while driving a 2008 Ford, police said. He was arrested and charged with assault and petit larceny.

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A 19-year-old man from Rocky Point entered Super Foodtown on Route 25A in Rocky Point at about 6 p.m. Nov. 23, loaded a shopping cart with assorted groceries and exited the store without paying, police said. He was arrested and charged with petit larceny.

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At about 4 a.m. Oct. 16, a 45-year-old man from Mount Sinai punched a person on Middle Country Road in St. James and stole a wallet containing cash and a cellphone, according to police. He was arrested Nov. 22 in Centereach and charged with second-degree robbery.

A 25-year-old man from Wading River stole various electronics from Target on Sunrise Highway in Sayville Aug. 24, police said. At about 3:30 p.m. Nov. 26, he stole a pair of jeans from a store at College Plaza in Selden, according to police. Police said they discovered he possessed electronics that were previously reported stolen. He was arrested and charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and fourth-degree grand larceny.

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A purse was stolen from a 2012 Jeep parked at a home on Dark Hollow Road in Port Jefferson at about midnight Nov. 28, according to police.

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Translational research program to help conquer cancer The Bahls continue a Renaissance Technologies tradition By Daniel Dunaief Generosity, particularly towards Stony Brook University, runs in the family at Renaissance Technologies. Lalit Bahl, a veteran of the hedge fund, and his wife Kavita, who are Setauket residents, recently agreed to donate $10 million to a new translational research program that will complement Stony Brook’s effort to understand and conquer cancer. The financial gift, which will support a metabolomics and imaging center that will provide individualized cancer care, comes two years after the Bahls donated $3.5 million to a similar effort. Bahl said he was following a long-established tradition. “Many of my colleagues at Renaissance have donated significant amounts to Stony Brook and in particular the medical side over the years,” Bahl said. “I’ve heard from some of them about some of the projects that they have been involved in. I’m sure that played some part in my decision to make this donation.” Another compelling factor in that decision, Bahl said, was the prevalence of cancer in his family. Jim Simons, former chairman of the Mathematics Department at Stony Brook, founded Renaissance Technologies, bringing in a range of expertise to understand and predict movements in the stock market. Simons and his wife Marilyn have made signifi-

cant contributions to Stony Brook that have helped bring in talented staff. Indeed, in 2012 the school recruited distinguished scientists Yusuf Hannun, the director of the Cancer Center and Lina Obeid, the dean for research and professor of medicine. Hannun and Obeid, with the support of other senior faculty in the Cancer Center, will help oversee the creation of an advanced metabolomics and imaging center in the new Medical and Research Translation building when it opens in 2018. “We have high-powered, brilliant investigations in cancer medicine,” Hannun said. “This creates the capability that will allow them to take their work to the next level, in developing new therapeutics as well as in imaging studies.” The new facilities include a cyclotron, which is used to create novel tracer molecules for PET scanning, hot labs that produce radioactive tracers for the cyclotron, two PET scanners and research labs. Imaging will enable doctors to monitor patients, in some cases without excising a tissue sample or performing surgery. The imaging will “distinguish between a tumor [that] is necrotic and dying [and one] that’s metabolically active,” said Obeid. That will help track and monitor the patient’s response to various medicines and chemotherapy in a noninvasive way. Metabolomics is the study of the small molecules or metabolites that help cells func-

tion. Some of those metabolites provide energy while others could act as signaling molecules, and still others could be involved in other structural or functional effects. In addition to new equipment, Stony Brook will add new scientists to its fight against cancer. During the first phase, the school will recruit an oncological imaging researcher, a matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization researcher and a magnetic resonance spectroscopy researcher. In the second phase, Stony Brook will hire a new scientist in experimental therapeutics. Ken Kaushansky, the dean of the School of Medicine, appreciates the progress the school is making in cancer research and is energized by the combination of philanthropic gifts and investments from the university. “There’s something remarkably catalytic about a brand new building,” Kaushansky said. He said he’s had regular discussions with people who want an opportunity to work in the new facility. While the broader goal is, and continues to be, to make important discoveries that will help in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer, Kaushansky reiterated the school’s desire to earn a National Cancer Institute designation. This designation, which has been given to 69 institutions throughout the United States, raises its visibility and increases the opportunities to become part of research initiatives, while it also improves the chances that an individual scientist will obtain research funding from the National Cancer Institute, according to that organization’s web site.

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lalit and Kavita Bahl pledge $10 million to new cancer research program. “We have far surpassed the threshold of cancer research needed to acquire an NCI designation,” Kaushanksy said, which he attributes to Hannun’s efforts. Stony Brook is “now focusing on building up our clinical research prowess. That’s the second major component. I like our chances.” The next area Stony Brook hopes to build is cardiovascular imaging, Kaushansky said. “We have some remarkable cardiovascular surgeons and some terrific cardiovascular biologists,” Kaushansky said. “We need some outstanding cardiovascular imagers to work with [them]. We can use the incredible tools that we are building to do to cardiovascular medicine what we are doing to cancer.”

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PEOPlE Welcome Dahlia Mae Cooper Arlene and Ronald Cooper of Stony Brook and Dan Bernstein of Andover, Mass., are pleased to announce the birth of their granddaughter, Dahlia Mae Cooper. She is also the granddaughter of the late Doree Barton. Dahlia was born Sept. 28, 2016. She weighed 6 pounds 14 ounces at birth and measured 19¾ inches. The proud parents are Jenna and Michael Cooper. Michael is a 1995 graduate of Ward Melville High School and Jenna is a 2000 graduate of Andover High School. Michael is a guidance counselor in Long Island City and Jenna works as an attorney in Manhattan. Michael, Jenna, big sister Anna and Dahlia live in Port Washington. We couldn’t be prouder of our new little addition to the family! Photo from Arlene Cooper

Right, Dahlia Mae Cooper takes a ride.

Alex Eletto wins 4-mile race A 19-year-old Stony Brook resident was the overall winner of the Blazing Trails 4 Autism four-mile run held at Great Neck South High School Nov. 19. Runner Alex Eletto covered the four miles in 22 minutes, 15 seconds, a 5:34 per mile pace that brought him to the finish line nearly two full minutes ahead of the second finisher. About 500 runners enjoyed the eclectic four-mile course that started on the Long Island Expressway service road. Runners headed down Lakeville Road and then through a very pleasant neighborhood before entering the school campus. They climbed a couple of significant hills before heading for the finish line on the high school track. A second group of 250 walkers enjoyed a 1½-mile course that also ended on the track. The event was managed by the Greater Long Island Running Club on behalf of the Eden II & Genesis Foundation, whose mission is “to support people with autism throughout their lives to achieve their full potential through service, science, and passion.” Photo from the Greater Long Island Running Club

Right, Alex Eletto crosses the finish line.

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Top, second-graders in Michael Licausi’s class proudly display loaves of pumpkin bread. Above, sixth-graders from Brian Harvey’s class help create colorful banners. Bread and banners went to the Echo Arms Adult Home in Port Jefferson Station.

Minnesauke students ‘give’ thanks Minnesauke Elementary School secondgraders in Michael Licausi’s class and Brian Harvey’s sixth-grade class recently used their math and culinary skills to create tasty Thanksgiving treats for the residents living at Echo Arms Adult Home in Port Jefferson Station. With the help of their class moms, the students stirred together batter for homemade pumpkin bread and filled more than

50 bread tins with the mixture. As a result of the class’ effort, the students were able to create enough loaves to ensure that each resident would receive their own tasty care package. In addition, to further ensure the holiday was a festive one at the facility, the sixth-graders also made large decorative “Happy Thanksgiving” banners and colorful placemats.

OBITUARIES Patricia Clemente

Patricia Clemente, 64, a longtime community resident, died Nov. 5. She was born Dec. 28, 1951, in Jersey City, New Jersey, the daughter of Walter and Florence Harris. Patricia was a homemaker. Left to cherish her memory are her daughters Kacie (Gary) and Robin (Jon), son David (Jessica), seven grandchildren, sister Kathleen and many other family members and friends. Arrangements were entrusted to the Bryant Funeral Home of Setauket. Services were held at St. Louis de Montfort Church and committal services were private. An online guest book is available at www.bryantfh.com.

Garman Harbottle

Garman Harbottle, an accomplished scientist, died Nov. 4 at age 93. He was born in Dayton, Ohio, worked at Brookhaven National Laboratory from 1949 to 1997 and was named senior scientist emeritus in 2012. He brought new techniques to the analysis of archaeological artifacts, including Mexican turquoise and Chinese flutes. His work on the Vinland Map was featured on NOVA. He had many interests and was well-liked by his friends at Jefferson’s Ferry, in the Three Villages and all over the world. He was preceded in death by his wife, Naomi, and is survived by his daughter Laura. Arrangements were private.


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Leaders concerned by campaign rhetoric speak out, taking action By Alex Petroski alex@tbrnewspapers.com The divisive and inflammatory nature of the 2016 presidential election has raised concerns across the country about Americans’ ability to “come together” now that the dust has begun to settle. One Suffolk County organization was concerned enough to send a letter to school districts with a warning for administrators and teachers. “We are concerned for the safety and well-being of the students of Suffolk County as we know you are as well,” the letter dated Nov. 10 from leaders of the Suffolk County Human Rights Commission and Anti-Bias Task Force read. “We are reaching out to ensure that all school climates are one where students feel safe and supported physically, emotionally and academically.” The Human Rights Commission has existed in Suffolk County since 1963 and it focuses on investigating claims of bias and discrimination. Rabbi Steven Moss has been the chairman of the organization for more than 20 years. He said they were compelled to write the letter in light of incidents, both local and across the country, that have been reported in the aftermath of Election Day. “I’m sure [people] realize bullying has occurred before the election and will continue onward,” Moss said in a phone interview. He said most incidents reported to the commission thus far have involved elementary-level students making references to deporting classmates. Moss said he believes incidents involving younger students can easily be traced

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is among those worried by the tone of the election and the effect it might have going forward.

back to conversations at home, and because of this the commission plans to send a similar letter to local Parent Teacher Associations in the hopes of spreading the conversation beyond classrooms. At Northport High School swastikas were drawn in spray paint on the walls of a theater storage room this week, according to Suffolk County Police. Moss said it is important for school administrators to act decisively and harshly with incidents like these, even if they fall short of constituting a crime, and Northport-East Northport Superintendent Robert Banzer is taking the action seriously.

“Our primary objective as a school district is to educate our students in a safe and respectful environment,” Banzer said in an email. He added an investigation is ongoing. “The recent events in our high school have challenged us and make us realize that, although our students participate in many opportunities to build a respectful and safe environment, work remains. Our high school principal Dan Danbusky is meeting with the student leaders to generate ideas about how best to address not only the recent incident but to help the school community further enhance dignity, respect and acceptance for all.” Banzer also said the administration plans to meet with local religious leaders to gather their input and insights and assess programs to help the district meet its goals of being a more inclusive school community. Port Jefferson Village organized a peaceful vigil that was held Nov. 20 at the Village Center designed to show community support for “all segments of society,” according to a press release. “In response to the fear and hurt felt by so many, Suffolk County needed the opportunity to show everyone our support and commitment to ensuring their freedoms, and to reassure them that they have a safe space here,” Cindy Morris, a Suffolk County resident and co-organizer of the event said in a statement. Moss said he is hoping much of the inflammatory conversation during the election season, especially from the campaign of President-elect Donald Trump (R), was rhetoric designed to dominate news cycles and spike polling numbers and eventually it will die down.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) shared many of the same concerns as Moss and the Human Rights Commission. He announced several actions Nov. 20 to protect civil rights and combat hate crimes in the state, including the creation of a State Police unit to investigate such crimes. He also plans to advance legislation that would expand protections of the state’s human rights law to all students, and to establish a legal defense fund to ensure immigrants have access to representation regardless of status. “New York is, and will always be, a place of acceptance, inclusion and a bastion of hope for all people,” Cuomo said in a statement. “We will never allow fear and intolerance to tear at the fabric of who we are.” The commission’s letter also called on school districts to share programs they already had in place designed to promote unity and togetherness. Some of those include a Gay/Straight Alliance, the AntiDefamation League’s No Place for Hate campaign, the No One Sits Alone Campaign and suicide awareness and prevention programs, to name a few. Banzer indicated Northport has several programs aimed at promoting inclusive school communities through unity and respect, and the district plans to continue that effort going forward. Those who have experienced incidents of hate or discrimination are encouraged to reach out to the Human Rights Commission by calling 631-853-5480 or emailing humanrights@suffolkcountyny.gov. Additional reporting contributed by Victoria Espinoza.

Henry Redder, 96, long time Petosky, Michigan resident and member of “The Greatest Generation” died peacefully at home on October 10, 2016. He was born April 25, 1920 in Red Hook, NY. Henry grew up on a dairy farm. His early schooling was in a two-room schoolhouse. His essay, “What I Learned in a Two Room Schoolhouse” recounted his time there. He graduated from RPI with a Mechanical Engineering degree. His first job was with International Harvester in Chicago, and later he worked for Alcoa Aluminum. After the outbreak of WWII, Henry enlisted in the Navy and went through the School for Ship’s Salvage at Fort Schuyler in the Bronx. He served as a Lieutenant during the Invasion of Europe. He and his team cleared harbors of sunken enemy ships and debris left by the sabotaging Germans. One of his most harrowing experiences involved mapping German minefields in Cherbourg Harbor while reconnoitering from an inflatable raft and under constant enemy fire. For this, he won the Bronze Star. Henry made the slow trek up the peninsula to Cherbourg through bombed out villages after landing at Utah Beach during the D-Day invasion. He lived in foxholes and spent several months in Germany and France. Then, with a promotion to Lieutenant Commander, he shipped off to Seattle. While at Bremerton Navy Yard in Seattle, he met Eleanor Geist of Great Falls, MT. They were married after the war and returned to Detroit where Henry continued working for Alcoa. Henry documented these and other wartime experiences in a memoir. At age 90, he and several family members traveled to Normandy to revisit his past. In a moving ceremony, Henry received a medal and the American flag flying over Utah Beach. Henry also traveled with other veterans and his son on the Mid-Michigan honor flight to Washington DC. On other occasions, he and his sons attended the dedication of the WWII memorial on the National Mall, visited the D-Day Museum in New Orleans and the Navy Air Museum in Pensacola. Henry and Eleanor had three children and lived in Detroit’s Birmingham suburb. He coached Little League teams and was active in local politics and as a mentor to aspiring business professionals. For ten years, he continued service to the United States as a member of the Naval Reserve before retiring. Henry spent a thirty-year career with Alcoa moving from Detroit to Pittsburgh, rising to Chief Engineer responsible for worldwide extrusion operations. Henry and Eleanor retired to their beloved Northern Michigan where they settled in Petoskey during the mid-1970’s. Hiking, skiing and the remote beauty of the area attracted them. During retirement, Henry and Eleanor volunteered for extended assignments in Greece and South Korea where Henry advised local manufacturers on aluminum extrusion presses. For several years, he was a partner in the Mackinac Freight Company. “Hank” loved riding with a team of horses across the island going about the daily business. He also owned an H&R Block Tax Service. Eleanor preceded him in death in 1986. Henry loved to travel, especially to Hawaii, a location he visited many times often with friends and family. He also enjoyed playing golf at many Northern Michigan courses. Hank was passionate about cars, especially his 1963 Tempest LeMans. He frequented the show circuit and parades with his car. He was always a big attraction, still driving at age 96! It kept him energized and involved with car enthusiasts from near and far. Kind, thoughtful, and with a loving spirit, those who knew Henry, cherished him. He will be missed. He is survived by three children; Tom (Terri) Redder of Setauket, NY, Carl (Susie) Redder of Petoskey, MI, Nancy Klein of Meadville, PA; five grandchildren and two great-grandsons. AD#©152122


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LEGALS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CHANGES OF ZONE ON TOWN BOARD’S OWN MOTION FOR CERTAIN PARCELS OF PROPERTY IN EAST SETAUKET FROM A RESIDENCE 1 TO GOLF COURSE DISTRICT (GC-1) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the Code of the Town of Brookhaven, Chapter 85, Article VII, that the Town Board of the Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New York, will meet at the Town of Brookhaven Auditorium, Second Floor, One Independence Hill, Farmingville, New York, on December 15, 2016, and hold a public hearing at 6:00 p.m. on the subject of the following proposed changes on Town Board’s own motion in the use district classifications and amendments to the zoning map of the Town of Brookhaven: SCTM Nos. FROM TO 0200 17600 0100 005000 A Residence 1 Golf Course District 0200 20000 0200 001000 A Residence 1 Golf Course District 0200 20000 0200 002000 A Residence 1 Golf Course District Anyone wishing to appear in favor or in opposition will be given the opportunity to be heard.

Dated: October 27, 2016 Farmingville, New York

DONNA LENT, TOWN CLERK TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN

606 210116 1x vth SUPREME COURT – COUNTY OF SUFFOLK STATE FARM BANK, F.S.B., Plaintiff against JAMES GRANT, et al Defendant(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered on October 17, 2016. I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the front steps of the Brookhaven Town Hall, 1 Independence Hill, Farmingville, N.Y. on the 15th day of December, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. premises All that certain plot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being at Centereach in the Town of Brookhaven, County of Suffolk and State of New York known and designated as Part of Lot 30 as shown on “Map of the Sixth Map of the House and Home Company” filed in the Office of the Clerk of the County of Suffolk on the 14th day of October, 1899, as Map No. 492, said part of Lot also being more particularly bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Westerly side of South Howell Road where the same is intersected by the division line of Lot 30 and 49 on the abovementioned map, from said division line distant South 142.65 feet to the true point or place of beginning. Running thence along the Westerly side of South Howell Road South 06 degrees 09 minutes 50 seconds West 125.41 feet to the extreme Northerly end of an arc of a curve, which connects the Westerly side of South Howells Avenue with the Northerly side of Hetty’s Path; thence due Southwesterly 28 feet more or less along said last mentioned arc of a curve to the extreme Westerly end of said arc of a curve

on the Northerly side of Hetty’s Path; thence due West 188 feet more or less along the Northerly side of Hetty’s Path to a point; thence due North 158 feet more or less to a point; thence North 83 degrees 50 minutes 10 seconds West 202.68 feet to the Westerly side of South Howells Avenue, at the point or place of beginning. Said premises known as 35 Hettys Path, Centereach, N.Y. 11720. Tax account number: SBL#: 567.00-02.00-025.001, District: 0200. Approximate amount of lien $ 189,718.87 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed judgment and terms of sale. Index No. 067677-14. Louis England, Esq., Referee. Stern & Eisenberg, PC Attorney(s) for Plaintiff Woodbridge Corporate Plaza 485 B Route 1 South – Suite 330 Iselin, NJ 08830 (732) 582-6344 587 11/17 4x vth Notice of formation of Head To Toe Chiropractic, PLLC. Arts of Org. filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 08/05/2016. Office location: Suffolk County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC: 2500 Nesconset Highway, Bldg. 9B, Stony Brook, NY 11790. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. 593 11/17 6x vth

PUBLIC HEARING THE INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF POQUOTT COUNTY OF SUFFOLK The Village of Poquott will entertain bids for Drain and Paving Road Work for the Village of Poquott. Anyone interested in bidding for this work may obtain a copy of the Village specifications at the office of the Village Clerk at 45 Birchwood Avenue, East Setauket, New York between the hours of 9:00am – 12:00pm and 1:00pm – 3:00pm Monday thru Thursday. Bids will be opened at the Board of Trustees meeting at 7:00pm on December 8, 2016. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to award the bid to the lowest possible bidder. BID #1 - DRAINS - PHASE 1: Install 1 – 4’ x 3’ solid precast catch basin w/ 4’ x 2’-6” cast iron curb catch. Install 2 – Drywells, each a 10’ dia. x 8’ deep (8500 gals.) + a traffic dome w/conc. cover. Includes filter fabric. Connect Catch Basin to drywells w/ 10” abs pipe, Cement all connections. Remove excess clean acceptable fill.  Optional: If sand/gravel required due to none perk-able ground conditions, $__ per yard installed. Removal of additional displaced clean fill $___per Yard. PHASE 2: Install 1 – 4’ x 3’ solid precast catch basin w/ 4’ x 2’-6” cast iron curb catch. Install 2 – Drywells, each a 10’ dia. x 8’ deep (8500 gals.) + a traffic dome w/conc. cover. Includes filter fabric. Connect Catch Basin to drywells w/ 10” abs pipe, Cement all connections.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CHANGES OF ZONE ON TOWN BOARD’S OWN MOTION FOR CERTAIN PARCELS OF PROPERTY IN EAST SETAUKET & PORT JEFFERSON STATION FROM A RESIDENCE 5 TO GOLF COURSE DISTRICT (GC-2) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the Code of the Town of Brookhaven, Chapter 85, Article VII, that the Town Board of the Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New York, will meet at the Town of Brookhaven Auditorium, Second Floor, One Independence Hill, Farmingville, New York, on December 15, 2016, and hold a public hearing at 6:00 p.m. on the subject of the following proposed changes on Town Board’s own motion in the use district classifications and amendments to the zoning map of the Town of Brookhaven: SCTM Nos. FROM TO p/o 0200 27900 0300 001000 A Residence 5 Golf Course District p/o 0200 27900 0400 001000 A Residence 5 Golf Course District Anyone wishing to appear in favor or in opposition will be given the opportunity to be heard.

Dated: October 27, 2016 Farmingville, New York

DONNA LENT, TOWN CLERK TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN

607 120116 1x vth, ptr

Remove excess clean acceptable fill. Optional: If sand/gravel required due to none perk-able ground conditions, $___ per yard installed. Removal of additional displaced clean fill $___ per Yard. BID # 2 - PAVING Patch road at new dry wells. Recommend 6-8” RCA base stone and 2 ½” Hot asphalt. With berms if necessary. Installation of 200 LF of asphalt curbing or  Installation of 300LF of Belgium Block curbing. By Order of the Board of Trustees Dated November 16, 2016 Joseph Newfield Village Clerk 600 11/24 2x vth NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF SUFFOLK The Bank of New York Mellon, f/k/a The Bank of New York, successor in interest to JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., as Trustee for Bear Stearns Asset Backed Securities Trust 2006-SD1, Plaintiff AGAINST Charles Salisbury, Administrator and Heir to the Estate of Marcia Sammis aka Marcia Salisbury, James Salisbury, Heir to the Estate of Marcia Sammis aka Marcia Salisbury, Timothy Salisbury, Heir to the Estate of Marcia Sammis aka Marcia Salisbury, et al., Defendant(s) Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale duly dated 8-12016 I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the Brookhaven Town Hall, 1 Independence Hill, Farmingville, NY 11738, County of Suffolk on 1-4-2017 at 11:00AM, premises

known as 22 Kreamer Street, Brookhaven, NY 11713. All that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements erected, situate, lying and being in the Incorporated Village of Bellport, the Town of Brookhaven, County of Suffolk and State of New York, SECTION: 5.00, BLOCK: 4.00, LOT: 8.000. Approximate amount of judgment $368,846.74 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index#: 16087/10. David S. Shotten, Esq., Referee Frenkel Lambert Weiss Weisman & Gordon, LLP 53 Gibson Street Bay Shore, NY 11706 01-051172-F00 594 12/1 4x vth NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF SUFFOLK WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR THE POOLING AND SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED AS OF APRIL 1, 2005, PARK PLACE SECURITIES, INC. ASSET-BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES SERIES 2005WHQ2, Plaintiff, Against

Index No.: 26561/2012

STUART B. YALOWITZ, KAREN YALOWITZ, ET AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale, duly entered in the Suffolk County Clerk’s Office on 9/12/2016, I, the undersigned Referee, will sell at public auc-

tion, at Brookhaven Town Hall, 1 Independence Hill, Farmingville, NY 11738 on 1/5/2017 at 1:30 pm, premises known as 4 Clare Court, Manorville, NY 11949, and described as follows: ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Brookhaven, County of Suffolk and State of New York, and designated on the tax maps of the Suffolk County Treasurer as Section 462.00, Block 04.00 and Lot 003.002. The approximate amount of the current Judgment lien is $317,337.42 plus interest and costs. The premises will be sold subject to provisions of the aforesaid Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale; Index # 26561/2012. If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney. Theresa A. Mari, Esq., Referee. Leopold & Associates, PLLC, 80 Business Park Drive, Suite 110, Armonk, NY 10504 Dated: October 13, 2016 KS 621 12/1 4x vth


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PersPectives

A mother sees the power of an article in the newspaper I was honored to be named a Person lyzed by her children’s addictions. Not only of the Year by Times Beacon Record News did she enable her adult children, but she hid in shame. She could barely function or Media for 2015. While I was truly honored, I was more ex- participate in her own life, and in her mescited at the prospect of getting the word out sage in my Facebook inbox, she used that about the work I do with my group: North key word — Help. I brought her with me Shore Drug Awareness. to the honorary men and After losing my son to women of the year dinner, an accidental overdose in because her story of how 2012, I was given a voice I she reached out to me was chose to use to help other too important not to share. families who are strugThe power of that article gling with addiction — to could potentially save a share my failures and suclife. And it did … her own. cesses, and the resources This past year has been I have found and acquired a roller coaster of change through networking. for her. The absolute most poiShe chose to finally gnant part of this story open up and share beyond is that my story was pubthe confines of her best lished. The original story friend and family mem— in which I was named a bers who would listen. She person of the year — was BY TRaCeY FaRReLL reached out through social seen by a woman who recmedia to the different parognized me in my photo that accompanied the article as a client ent groups that she learned of and began in her accounting office. She immediately to realize she was so not alone. She began shared the story with her best friend — a to share her story, which, like mine, has friend who desperately needed help with helped others. Her children are still struggling, and her addicted children. A message I received from her changed while one is improving, Linda has grown in a life. Linda Cirone was absolutely para- her own recovery. Yes, her own.

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Addiction is a family disease and, as a parent, you too must learn to cope, or you will lose yourself in the process. She has learned to no longer enable like she did in the past. She has also followed a dream. She moved away from her children to the warmth of Florida, and now has a lovely condo on a small waterway. While she still feels the pull of her children’s addictions, she has also started to feel some freedom. Freedom to feel the sunshine, enjoy a nice day out with friends and family she has near her. This was not even an option to her a year ago — just a dream. While her son was in Florida after we came up with a plan for him to seek outsideof-state rehabilitation, she met a woman who is the guardian angel for parents who send their kids to Florida for rehab. The other day, as I opened my Facebook feed, I saw a post. Linda checked in to the Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County with that angel I spoke of. She attended her first task force meeting to help fight for positive changes in addiction services and housing in that area. She has grown exponentially over this past year. She needed to. She was sick of hiding, but didn’t know where to look for help. And she found it. All because of an article in a local newspaper.

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Tracey Farrell with Linda Cirone at TBR News Media’s honorary dinner.

Tracey Farrell, previously Tracey Budd, is a Rocky Point resident who, since her son’s passing, educates others on drug abuse and assists in finding help for those who are struggling or know someone who is struggling with addiction. She is the founder of North Shore Drug Awareness Advocates and also a 2015 TBR Person of the Year.


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an electric float in 2014 carries the Grinch, among others.

Three Village Electric Holiday Parade returns December 11 event welcomes participants, spectators By Donna newman donna@tbrnewspapers.com

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After a one-year hiatus, a long-running holiday tradition is returning to Setauket. It was ‘lights out’ for the Electric Holiday Parade last December, when a couple of glitches prevented the popular event from taking place. Cheryl Davie, longtime organizer of the event, which has been around for two decades, said there were budgetary cutbacks at the town level and a permit deadline was missed. Billy Williams, a civic-minded local businessman and a member of the Setauket Fire Department, Three Village Kiwanis and the Three Village Chamber of Commerce, said he heard of the issues last November — just not soon enough. “I remember moving to the area in the late ’90s and bringing my kids to the parade,” he said in an email. “I thought it was a great hometown experience. I was saddened when I heard it wasn’t happening last year.” But by the time he found out, he said, it was too late to make it happen. So he decided to pick up the pieces and planned to resurrect the parade this year. Davie immediately offered her assistance and expertise and the two became a team. Williams joked he is the producer and Davie is the director. She’s in charge of “the script” and running the show. He’s responsible for making sure the funding comes through. “I have put together a team of small businesses and individuals who wanted to produce a great parade,” Williams said. “We have about 20 sponsors that have generously donated to offset the cost of producing the parade. State Farm [Williams’ business], Shea & Sanders Real Estate, Four D Landscaping and Shine Dance Studios are the major sponsors — with many others contributing as well. Each has made donations of money, time and/or other needed goods and services for the event.” Lights will blaze again when the parade kicks off Sunday, Dec. 11 at 5 p.m. There

will be floats and marchers, lights and music, decorated conveyances of all kinds, entertainment, hot chocolate and cookies — not to mention the arrival of Santa Claus on the Setauket Fire Department float — according to Davie. “We have a lot of floats signed up,” Williams said. “Thirty-five have registered so far. We are also hiring a professional marching band to perform as well as providing many other great attractions for the kids. We have Wolfie from Stony Brook University attending, as well as the SBU pep squad.” Williams said the Three Village school district will also be well represented. Many of the elementary schools are building floats — at all grade levels — which is a change from previous years when only sixth-graders were invited to create floats. The Ward Melville Jazz Band will also perform. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Brownies, dance academies, preschools and local businesses have registered online to participate in the parade of lights. Registration will remain open until Dec. 10. “The more, the merrier,” said Davie, referring to participants and spectators alike. No article about the Electric Holiday Parade would be complete without a shout out to one of the original founders and supporters. Michael Ardolino was a member of the small group that established the parade 21 years ago. Today he is very happy and proud. “I’m so excited the parade is back,” Ardolino said in a telephone interview. “I’m so proud it’s going to continue. So pleased with the new group that has stepped up to create this year’s parade. I’m looking forward to coming and enjoying it with my granddaughter. The tradition continues.” For more information about the parade — or if you’d like to sign up — visit www.3vholidayparade.com. Staging for the parade will begin at 3:30 p.m. along Main Street in Setauket near the Emma S. Clark Library and the Setauket Elementary School. Kick-off is at 5 p.m. sharp.


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Rest stop sets up shop off LIE in Dix Hills, serving LI goods By Victoria Espinoza victoria@tbrnewspapers.com Despite original resistance from local officials, a rest stop is officially open for business on the Long Island Expressway in Dix Hills between exits 51 and 52 off the eastbound lanes. The 15,200 square-foot Long Island Welcome Center features restrooms, a Taste NY food market and several information kiosks to inform travelers about local tourism spots. It’s the first rest stop of its kind on the Island. Suffolk County Legislator Steve Stern (D-Dix Hills) and New York State Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R-Huntington Station) shared concerns last year with some of the details in the plan, including its proximity to residential areas, and the communication between local officials and the office of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D). But Stern said he is pleased with the compromises that were made to put residents’ fears at ease. “I’ve spoken to many area residents who said trucks idling all day and night was an ongoing and unacceptable concern,” the county legislator said in a phone interview. According to a press release from the governor’s office, the residents have been heard. No tractor-trailer or bus parking is allowed at the welcome center, including the service road that supports the facility. “This is an example of all levels of government working and coming together, which we can now see reflected in the final design of the welcome center,” Stern said. “This is a really important element that was encouraging to the residents.” Trucks and buses have been redirected to recently renovated New York State Department of Transportation sites at exits 56 and 66. Stern said the residents are still waiting to see the future of the rest stop and how it will be used, but they found the truck ban encouraging. Lupinacci agreed the compromise with Dix Hills residents was a step in the right direction.

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clockwise from above, the front entrance of the new welcome center; Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul looks at the Long island goods for sale at the center; and a view of the kiosks available for visitors to use at the center. “I am pleased to learn that the New York State Department of Transportation has considered the concerns of local residents in the Dix Hills Area and compromised on the original plans of the Long Island Welcome Center,” he said in an email. “The welcome center, which has been drastically reduced in size from original blueprints and will not sell any alcoholic beverages, will offer local produce and regional goods to Long Island’s travelers. I will continue to listen to local stakeholders and welcome feedback from Dix Hills residents during the first few months of the welcome center’s operation.” Cuomo said the welcome center is an important asset in encouraging tourism throughout New York. “Tourism and agriculture are critical drivers of the Long Island economy and with the new welcome center, we are making smart

investments to support these industries throughout the region,” he said in a statement. “With a Taste NY store to raise the profile of Long Island’s quality food and craft beverages, and interactive I Love NY kiosks to engage visitors and connect them with Long Island’s rich history and boundless recreational opportunities, this state-of-the-art center represents the very best that Long Island has to offer.” The Taste NY Market will showcase a broad selection of fresh breakfast and lunch items, including soups, salads, sandwiches and desserts using ingredients sourced from Long Island growers, along with grab-andgo snacks and specialty local items for sale. The welcome center will also be home to an outdoor farmers market open on Saturdays and Sundays through the season that will provide locally grown and produced foods to visitors. As for the touch-screen I Love NY kiosks, they provide travelers the opportunity to learn more about the Long Island tourism region. An interactive map provides suggested

destinations based on users’ interests, allowing them to browse regional attractions from historical sites to local wineries, and create an itinerary which they can take with them via email. A Department of Motor Vehicles selfservice kiosk will also be available for use, making it the first time a kiosk will be permanently located outside of a DMV office. Customers will have the opportunity to renew their vehicle registrations quickly and efficiently, as well as conduct other DMV transactions without having to visit a local office. Huntington Town Supervisor Frank Petrone (D) said the new welcome center will help Huntington’s economy continue to grow. “From world-class food to pristine beaches and beautiful parks, Long Island has long been a top destination for tourists,” Petrone said in a statement. “This new welcome center will play an important role in growing our economy by showcasing many of Long Island’s products and natural beauty to the thousands of travelers on the Long Island Expressway every day.”


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LITTLE FLOWER CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES OF NY SEEKS: APPLIED BEHAVORIAL SPECIALIST: F/T. CARE COORDINATOR: DAY HAB WORKERS: M-F DIRECT CARE WORKERS: P/T and Per Diem HR RECRUITER: F/T TEMP CHILD CARE WORKERS F/T, P/T and Per Diem RNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S: Per diem HEALTH CARE INTEGRATORS: F/T WAIVER SERVICE PROVIDER: HEALTH CARE INTEGRATORS: F/T, Per Diem. ASSISTANT HOUSE MGR: F/T (LMSW Req.) Valid NYS Driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s License required for most positions.â&#x20AC; Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River NY. Send resume to: wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax to 631-929- 6203 EOE PLEASE SEE COMPLETE DETAILS IN EMPLOYMENT DISPLAY ADS

FRONT DESK/ASSISTANT TO DOCTOR Alternative Healthcare Office. Hauppauge. Phones/filing/scheduling, interaction w/patients. Must be flexible. M-W-F, 3-7:30pm, Sat. 8:30am-5:00pm. Call 631-897-0299 GALLERY ASSOCIATE P/T Local non-profit seeks a person to act as registrar for art gallery/gift shop. For complete information, please see the Employment Display section. GOOD COMMUNICATOR WANTED. Excellent opportunity for right salesperson. Well established small account base to start with and build from on Suffolkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s North Shore. If you are a good communicator with a spring in your step, and you want to earn a good living, please call Kathryn at 631-751-7744

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OpiniOn Editorial

Letters to the editor

For some, Donald Trump’s victory was an answer to prayers.

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Reverend: America has spoken, and enough is enough

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Suffolk County Legislator William “Doc” Spencer (D-Centerport) holds up signs from a peace rally in Northport.

Unity and vigilance have never been more important Last week, in response to growing tensions and reprehensible actions following the presidential election, leaders from across the Huntington area, including elected officials from both parties, gathered for a press conference to denounce hate and ignorance. The Suffolk County Human Rights Commission also sent a letter to school districts warning teachers and administrators to be on the lookout for incidents of bullying that could be motivated by hate. Port Jefferson Village hosted a peaceful vigil as a symbol of unity for community members of every conceivable background last week. While the editorial staff is slightly concerned events like this are necessary in 2016, we are encouraged that leaders throughout our North Shore communities and across party lines are being proactive in trying to send a clear message: America is a land of opportunity and acceptance for people of all races, genders, nationalities, sexual orientations and religions, and they want it to remain that way. Incidents of hate have occurred across the county, state and country in recent weeks. “One of these incidents is one too many,” Leg. Rob Trotta (R-Fort Salonga) said during the Huntington event. “It’s our responsibility to speak out against it and educate our youth of the ramifications of such actions.” We agree wholeheartedly with Trotta, and plan to do everything we can to continue shining a light on incidents, both positive and negative, relating to this topic, going forward. We’ll need our readers to help us by doing the same.

Your postelection editorials illustrate just how myopic and monolithic journalists are these days. The pervasive shock and dismay, anxiety and apoplexy over Donald Trump’s election are unhinged and undisguised. As for me, I feel intense relief. Relief that we are spared life under a would-be president whose corruption, mendacity, criminality and blood-stained hands have been journalistically denied, ignored, excused, minimized and enabled for decades. Relief that we may soon no longer be led by those using the Saul D. Alinsky “Rules for Radicals” playbook

fraught with fraud and fomenting divisiveness, chaos and revolution with the only moral — actually amoral — compass being whatever grabs, holds and exercises power. And you now recommend Barack Obama for the Supreme Court as a “constitutional scholar?” One who has done all he could get away with to undermine, circumvent and distort the constitution? Amazing. The mainstream media, entertainment industry and snooty academia have colluded with big government to enforce so-called “progressive” propaganda and

political correctness — with nothing but “Christophobic” and “Bibliophobic” disdain for the traditional beliefs and morals that have been the foundation and vitality of America — that have been going on so long, so emboldened and finally so blatantly and destructively that enough Americans were able to penetrate the fog and say “enough is enough.” That in itself is a deus ex machina and act of God’s mercy.

The Rev. Ronald Stelzer Our Savior Lutheran Church and New American School Centereach

Take a day trip to Washington for the Women’s March I was so pleased to find this Chicago Tribune piece online. “The idea for the Women’s March on Washington took hold in the hours and days after the election, mainly among women who were unhappy with its result. “It seemingly grew from a single post on Facebook to a mobilized, nationwide effort, with more than 100,000 people pledging online to attend the gathering that calls for unity, equality and justice. “Organizers opened the event to anyone, regardless of gender or gender identity, who supports

women’s rights.” The Women’s March mission is to send a bold message to our new president and his administration on their first day in office, and to the world that women’s rights are human rights. We stand together, recognizing that defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us. I was even happier to find out that a bus will transport attendees of the Women’s March from our area to D.C. and back At 2:47 a.m. on Saturday, Jan., 21, 2017 a chartered coach bus will leave from 4054 Nesconset

Highway, the former Waldbaums Shopping Center, for Washington, D.C. to attend the Women’s March on Washington. The cost per person, estimated between $61 and $124, will depend upon the total number of riders. Cancellations will be accepted up to two weeks prior to the event. Anyone interested may go online to book their reservation at www.rallybus.net.

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opinion The tweeted verbal thunderbolts of the next president

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erbs await like a collection of colors, quivering, shaking and jumping on their palettes to define and describe the unfolding scene. What verbs will we use to describe the future president of the United States, whose name itself can be a verb? Well, for starters, he tweets. We know that fact through his candidacy and it’s a pattern that continues now that he is assembling a cabinet and as he awaits his turn as president. His By Daniel Dunaief tweets represent his direct-to-thepeople message, cutting out the middle man of the media. As with pharmaceutical companies that market their products directly

D. None of the above

to consumers, sometimes Trump’s tweet messages, which crackle like thunderbolts from his fingers, should come with a warning. For example, “Don’t operate heavy equipment while listening to these tweets, which may cause shortness of breath,” or, “If you find yourself shouting approval or disapproval in response to these tweets, try not to read them in church, in a library or any place where shouting could cause a crisis.” When he communicates with the populace, with American leaders or with foreign leaders, what verbs will fill the canvas? He often seems to warn, to threaten and to demand. Maybe he believes American greatness starts with a tough president who insists America and its interests go directly to the front of any line. In recent days, he has weighed in on the discussion about the election, claiming widespread voter fraud prevented him from winning the popular vote “beauty contest.”

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here were two extra place settings during our Thanksgiving weekend. They were for a couple we met when my husband and her husband were serving at Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, Texas, some 50 years ago — a golden anniversary of sorts. The idea that we met half-a-century ago and have maintained our connection is astonishing and lovely By Leah S. Dunaief because we were quite fond of them then and are happy to still be friends now. When they left the service, about a year before we did, they returned to their home state of North Carolina, and we, of course, returned to New York. Over the years, we have kept up sporadically through Christmas cards stuffed with letters about our lives.

Between you and me

Our family wound up at Sheppard because we made the right decision for the wrong reasons — as so often happens in life. Just after my husband began his internship at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, he came home one evening somewhat puzzled. “Look,” he showed me paperwork, “if I agree to enter this lottery called the Berry Plan, I will be allowed to finish my residency in the specialty I choose, but then I will have to go into the military for two years. The benefit is that I will not be drafted out of my training before I finish, but I will delay starting my practice two years while I am serving Uncle Sam. What should I do?” “Do it, do it!” I urged. “They will send us to Germany or Japan and we will get to see the world.” I yearned to travel and we had not had the chance or the means. The year was 1963, and aside from a few military advisers in Vietnam, there was no war involving the United States. There was a draft but we were at peace. “OK,” my husband said, still seeming dubious. “But only about

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Through his tweets, he also leveled attacks against reporters he derides for disagreeing with him. I get it: As an agent of change, Trump may feel it’s his job not to highlight everything that’s going well with the country or to shout encouragement. That, he may believe, would be like telling a kid who has struck out continuously that he’s having a great game. Shifting from the visuals of colors on a page to the sounds at a pep rally, will the Trump presidency repeat similar notes with a single tone? Will he continue to castigate, to criticize, to claim and to attack? Those are just a few of the verbs that describe the approach Candidate Trump took on the contentious campaign trail. At some point, does President Trump become like a strong-willed character in a compelling novel? Will his experiences enable him to make a transition to becoming a president who emits a different tone and who leads to a symphony of greatness that comes

from every part of the country? Will the cajoling, the criticizing and the arguing transition to educating, inspiring and elevating? Yes, I know his approach and policies may help educate more Americans and may help bridge the gap between the testing levels American students reach compared with students in other nations. Certainly, as Trump demonstrated during his campaign stops, he can and has rallied people. What actions, what verbs, will describe the way Americans and, indeed, people around the world, react to his message? As an agent of change after the polished rhetoric of President Obama, Trump may not want to compete and, indeed, may sprint away from the pontifications his predecessor proffered. That, however, doesn’t preclude Trump from the kinds of verbs we hope we can employ to fill the pages of the next four years. Will he encourage, empower and reassure Americans about the government that supports, protects and serves them?

5 percent of those who apply are selected.” He went off the next morning with the completed paperwork and the two of us promptly forgot about the whole matter. That is, until the next spring when he came home and announced, still unsure what he had gotten us into, that he had been selected. I was happy at the prospect of travel in our future. With the benefit of hindsight, you know that by 1965, we were in a hot war and I will tell you that many physicians were drafted out of their specialty training and sent to Vietnam as general medical officers. Some of them never returned. We, meanwhile, now had one child and a second on the way when we were sent to Texas. It was not Germany or Japan, it wasn’t even California or New Jersey, as we had requested when asked by the Air Force, but it was — just by dumb luck — stateside, which meant we could be together. In fact, we had a house to live in, our first, with a washer and dryer, and each child had his own room. Wichita Falls is not a particularly

beautiful place, as far as scenery goes. There were no real trees, little grass, no bodies of water and only an occasional bit of mesquite shrub blowing across the brown dirt. But it was heaven for us, and we were thankful to be there for the duration of the two years. We learned to eat chicken fried steak and barbecued beef on a bun, and before too long our third child was on the way. It was on the base that we met our friends, who were serving under similar circumstances. He was a pediatrician who worked alongside my husband at the hospital, and with his wife they also eventually had three children, went home and started their professional lives together. But we stayed in touch, as I have explained, and they have rejoined my family with lots of conversation and laughter. Old friends are treasures because they are irreplaceable. We are older now, quite a bit older, and we might not have recognized each other immediately on the street. But the basic persons that we were are intact.

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Patriots use speed to make up for height this season By Desirée Keegan desiree@tbrnewspapers.com Without size, the Patriots will sprint into battle this season. The Ward Melville girls’ basketball team lost height in graduating senior Heidi Scarth and junior Brooke Pikiell. Pikiell moved, following her father — former Stony Brook men’s basketball coach Steve Pikiell — taking a head coach position at Rutgers University. Now that no Patriot will be over 5 feet, 9 inches, speed and pressure on the court will be the name of Ward Melville’s game. “We’ll have to work on neutralizing [taller players] on the boards with good fundamentals and keeping those [taller players] on the middle of the court with a full-court press and pressure defense,” Ward Melville head coach Bruce Haller said. “If we’re good at keeping games in transition, I think we have a chance to be very successful this year.” Co-captain Kiera Ramaliu said that to achieve that, the team is working on executing plays on both sides of the court to remain a contender. “Our team is a more guard-based team, but we’re working on transition every day,” she said. “Speed is definitely one of the main things we rely on, but we still get a lot of rebounds, even though we’re short. We also all have a really good outside shot — there are six or seven of us who can bang down threes so easily. We can draw on attack really well, our kick-outs are great and we don’t just rely on speed.” Last season, the No. 1 Patriots lost in

the Suffolk County quarterfinals. Despite the upset to Sachem, which Ward Melville had outscored two times in the regular season, Haller likes what he’s seeing. “We have exceptional three-point shooters and exceptional ball handlers and defenders that are going to have to play selflessly, continue to develop chemistry and force the other teams to play at the speed we want to play,” Haller said. “There’s no secret here. Anyone who looks at our roster knows how we’re going to play the game.” But what opponents haven’t seen for a season is sophomore guard Lauren Hansen — an All-Conference player who led the team in points as an eighth grader. She was out last year following ankle surgery, but made every practice and watched each game from the bench. “If she stays healthy, Lauren will be one of the best point guards in Suffolk County,” Haller said. “She’s been playing well so far, and it’ll be great to have her. I think we have one of the best perimeter teams in Suffolk County — her strength adds to what already was our strength.” Those strengths are speed, aggression and her outside shot, according to Ramaliu. “Having her out, it did hurt us, but we did also have the height then,” she said. “Now that we’ve lost that, we need Lauren out there shooting threes, bringing up the balls. She’s one of our main point guards this year and I think she’ll be an impact player.” Hansen said she is looking forward to getting back on the court. “Since I’ve already created chemistry with them, it makes it easier to come out and play,” she said. “Every day, we’re play-

ing better and better together; we know each other well enough that we know where we’re going to go on the court and we flow from offense to defense.” She’ll be looking to seniors Ramaliu and co-captain Taylor Tripptree, whose toughness, shooting ability, and leadership skills help steer the team in the right direction, Hansen said. Commanding the 18-2 Patriots last season was Tripptree, with 262 points on 69 free throws, 62 field goals and 23 three-pointers. Ramaliu ended the season with 164 points on 39 field goals, 29 free throws and 19 three-pointers; and junior guard Julia Coletti tacked on 165 team points off 35 field goals, 25 three-pointers and 20 free throws.

Chemistry, according to senior forward Tripptree, will bring the team further into the postseason. “Practice is good — we are getting into a groove,” she said. “Our team has good chemistry since we all basically have been playing together for two or more years. We also have young girls who will work hard and be tough on the court at all times.” Ward Melville opens the season with a nonleague game against Central Islip Dec. 4 at 1 p.m. “We came up short last season. We have something to prove and we’re looking to go further this season,” Hansen said. “We want to finish what we started.”

The Village Times Herald - December 1, 2016  
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