Obituaries

Ronald Roger Brown, a Kingston Resident, Dies at 76
He was the proud father of five children, Stephan, Michael, and Gina Brown, Rhonda (Michael) Riley, and Tanya Brown. He also leaves behind, 8 grandchildren, Chevon, Christine, Stanley, Michael, Raeanna, Aaron, Alicia, and Nicholas, 8 great-grandchildren, T'errica, Maurielle, Adriana, Amir, Marq…
John J. Forcelli, a US Army Veteran, Dies at 79
Born in Yonkers on December 1, 1937, he was the son of the late Thomas and Esther (Primarolo) Forcelli. John proudly served our country in the US Army and was the owner and operator of Valentine Taxi in Yonkers for 15 years before his retirement in 1987.
Angelo LaVecchia, a Longtime Area Resident, Dies at 70
Born in Yonkers on August 9, 1947, he was the son of the late Joseph and Angelina (Yacomo) LaVecchia. Angelo graduated from Dobbs Ferry High School and attended Westchester Community College. He proudly served our country that he truly loved in the US Marine Corps and was employed by the Town of New…
Michael J. Tecklenburg, a Goshen Native, Dies at 39
Michael is survived by his mother, Jody Cleveland and her wife Jeanne Icolari of Fishkill; his father, John Tecklenburg and his wife Christine of Washingtonville; his siblings, Bryan Tecklenburg of Wappingers Falls, Jennifer Magur of Newburgh, Claudine Zigmund of CT, Johnny and Joey Tecklenburg of W…
Joshua G. Indorf, Jr., a Poughkeepsie Resident, Dies at 16
J.R. was born on April 11, 2001 in Poughkeepsie. He was a junior at Roy C. Ketcham High School in Wappingers Falls. J.R. competed in motocross racing as #72. He also liked to repair trucks, and was looking forward to a career as a diesel mechanic. J.R. was always telling everyone to smile, and he en…
Janet S. Halsted, a New Jersey Native, Dies at 98
Born in Passaic, NJ on September 19, 1919, she was the daughter of Charles and Susan (Breslin) Seeger. Janet grew up during the Great Depression, and was the proud wife of a Navy pilot during World War II. Janet was employed as the Dean’s Secretary at Pace University in Pleasantville, and was…

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