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Photo Credit: Jennifer Garrett-Callaghan. Photo was taken this past November on Jim Callaghan's birthday while on vacation in Cape Cod.
jfssunoco January 19, 2014 at 07:09 am
God bless his wife and four children.....my condolence to the family
Wayne Rock January 19, 2014 at 07:35 am
I'm a runner in East Marion and usually run at Dam Pond and Cove Beach to avoid the roads. ThisRead More accident should be a warning to all runners to be more careful. This could have happended to any of us runners.
SRG January 8, 2013 at 07:54 pm
George was a kind, heard working, community-minded family man and salt of the earth. I for one willRead More sorely miss his presence. My heart goes out to his wife and family.
Pat Gatt November 20, 2012 at 12:43 pm
My deepest heartfelt sympathy goes out to the entire Guyer family! What an unspeakable tragedy it isRead More to lose one so young! Our family has been wallopped by the loss of children too so I will pray for the Guyer family that they will eventually find peace. Our daughter died suddenly only one day after her 26th birthday in 2004. We still feel the loss but now, I only allow myself to remember the many wonderful memories we shared, her million dollar smile and famous bear hugs she gave to anyone who wanted or needed one. Dear Guyer family, please know that I still feel her all around us every day and - call me crazy if you want to - your Ronan will always be with you in spirit and in your hearts! Every time I think of our Laurie Ann and I want to cry, I remember that she used to cry WITH me so I only choose to remember her smile and the great memories we have of her and the way she would make us laugh. In time, may God take away your pain and allow only the sweet memories of your son take its place. God bless you and give you peace...
Giovanna November 24, 2012 at 05:22 am
Dear Guyer Family, I do not know you but feel deeply connected to you in our common sorrow. My sonRead More Andy was also 14 when he passed in 2011, also while running for his track team in CT, and also from cardiac arrest. I see the beautiful image of your Ronan and my son breaks for him, for my own son, for all the young taken too soon and for us the parents who must bear this inconsolable pain. I am so sorry for your loss and carry you frequently in my heart and my prayers, wishing you the courage to carry on for Ronan's memory and your other children. With my heartfelt sympathy.
Jeff Reis November 28, 2012 at 09:38 pm
To Pat and Giovanna, I also went to this website, unquestionably for the same reason. My familyRead More lost our youngest son, to Lymphoma, only 7 months ago, also at age 14. Not a second goes by that I can't think about Spencer, so young and on a road to so much. He touched thousands with his fun, smile, intelligence, desire to become a veterinarian, study venom, and develop a cure for the disease which was too strong for him to fight. Studies of this illness continue, and Spencer did his best to help us overcome cancer, so hopefully others do not have to endure what we go through. All my best to you and yours, and of course the Guyer family, as you try to continue through this unthinkable tragedy.
cc watson November 17, 2012 at 10:39 pm
I prayed for him CC Watson RHXC
Erin Schultz (Editor) November 18, 2012 at 01:10 am
Ronan was an active sailor. His parents request that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to theRead More Peconic Gardiners Junior Sailing Association. This is a not for profit organization that promotes junior sailing on the East End of Long Island. Please make checks payable to the PGJSA care of Ronan Guyer. The address is: PGJSA PO Box 339 Southold, NY 11971
Evelyn Watson November 28, 2012 at 08:39 pm
Do you have the address for the Ronald McDonald House please ? Thank you. evfrank1@optonline.net
Jeff Goubeaud November 15, 2012 at 11:36 pm
My prayers and thoughts are with you and Ronan.......
Jeff Reis November 16, 2012 at 02:36 pm
Best wishes from a parent who lost his son, also a Long Island resident, this past year at the ageRead More of 14 (cancer). Many your fond memories help you deal with this tragedy, I can see that Ronan was a special boy like my son Spencer.
Chris Rimes November 17, 2012 at 01:39 pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with you from the Mount Academy cross country team. We ran against youRead More in the state meet unaware of the need you were in. Seeing the news of your loss was a shock to us, and we stand together with you and wish you courage.
Tom Sant September 9, 2012 at 01:41 pm
It is wonderful when someone shares great information and memories of the Apollo program. I onlyRead More wished I could of been there to see them lift off but still have great memories of watching it on television. Neil Armstrong was a true hero, humble and always deflected praise to others in the program. He now belongs to history and the ages.
John Gruber September 9, 2012 at 01:41 pm
yes, that trip to mars that was just made is also a hoax, along with Pearl Harbor and 9/11....if weRead More need to think for ourselves then you just need to think...or crack open a book
monkey lewis September 10, 2012 at 07:09 am
I moon you
mhorine1 August 6, 2012 at 03:17 pm
I am never disappointed by the bad writing that Dan's distributes for amusement. It's good to knowRead More that Vineyard 48 makes one wine that tastes "grapey", one wine that's made from "Bordeaux" and one sangria that will get you tanked. Any chance we can get Wolffer or Channing Daughters to switch locations with Vineyard 48? Maybe then everyone will be happy.
Frank T August 6, 2012 at 03:32 pm
The author forgot to mention the taste when the wine is regurgitated.
joe insider August 6, 2012 at 09:26 pm
I do not get to go by there much and haven't been by in a long while. I am curious how they makeRead More "peach" wine when they do not seem to grow peaches. I thought they we only allowed to make wine out of what they grow. Also, I didn't realize they were growing tobacco, too. Wow, they figured how to grow just about anything except the ability to grow up. Anybody know the law on this?
JH August 17, 2012 at 12:51 pm
Time for CHANGE... not empty words and promises... ACTION!!! we need to all vote to CLEAN house andRead More sweep it clean with a whole new group
Preliator August 17, 2012 at 01:09 pm
How many people did Tim Bishop and his daughter Molly extort money from to get this cash lead?Read More Apparently the crook gene got passed on to at least one child.
John Gruber August 17, 2012 at 02:30 pm
its a fact that the majority of businesses are SMALL businesses so supporting these small businessesRead More is just as if not even more important than supporting the big ones some of which that pay no taxes. So trickle-up is more effective than trickle down. You don't need a bette example than our country, but you must be an expert economist
Erin Schultz (Editor) June 23, 2012 at 02:16 pm
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Erin Schultz (Editor) June 23, 2012 at 03:22 pm
Loni Perrone Lewis said on Facebook: "Almost every day, Jody would come into Starbucks and haveRead More coffee and a scone, bagel or croissant . We would pour Half & Half in a small cup for her and help her to her table. Even though she would make a mess, on the days she didn't come in ...everyone would say 'has anyone seen Jody, she didn't come in today.' We would worry that she was hurt or unwell. We were all very sad to hear of her passing and will miss seeing her at her table in the mornings."
Ditty51 June 24, 2012 at 01:52 am
Very nice piece, Erin.
kathleen courtney June 16, 2012 at 06:38 am
Truly sorry for your loss--Kathleen Courtney
Brian Johnson August 9, 2012 at 05:15 pm
His stores and books have given me so much pleasure. Condolences to the family. Brian Johnson,Read More Amagansett.
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Erin Schultz (Editor) April 19, 2012 at 06:36 pm
I don't consider myself a huge jazz person, but Teddy was something else. I'm so glad I got theRead More opportunity to capture him on video (as rough as it was) a few years ago. He was an underrated musical genius and one fiesty character until the end.
Michael.Steinhardt June 8, 2012 at 11:33 am
Teddy was one a interesting and fun gentleman.He will be missed by his friends
Republican until i die. June 8, 2012 at 04:12 pm
Mr.Charles was a great story teller and will be missed by my wife and i
Lisa Finn January 8, 2012 at 12:07 am
Rest in peace, John. All of us who were blessed to know you will never forget your kindness, yourRead More compassion, your dedication, and your incredible humor. Your memory will remain forever etched on broken hearts. Your unforgettable smile will illuminate the heavens. . . .
Lauren Grant January 8, 2012 at 03:39 pm
The many moving comments from people on line and in the newspapers speak about the person JohnRead More Romanelli, the family man John Romanelli, the businessman John Romanelli and every word you hear depict the kind of person he was. Sadly, it appears as though there not that many people such as John amongst us. Perhaps, if we all try to take a chapter from his amazing book and attempt to duplicate the kind of person he was will help to cope with the loss of this wonderful man. To say he will be missed seems trite, but it certainly is true. Lauren Grant, New Suffolk
Roberta Hering January 4, 2012 at 07:45 pm
My deepest sympathy to the Romanelli Family and the entire staff of Burts Reliable. He was neverRead More too busy to talk to you if you had a problem. He will be missed. Roberta Hering
Linda Warren January 6, 2012 at 01:51 am
Sad for everyone, but especially his family. A real life tragedy.
Joseph Berardino January 8, 2012 at 09:15 pm
John I have a problem, can you take care of it? "Don't worry, I'll have it fixed rightRead More away." God bless you John and your family. Carol and Joe Berardino
JOMAC January 5, 2012 at 01:41 pm
John's legacy to us, his Southold Family, is the enduring sense of good will that he imparted to oneRead More and all. Whether it was through his most contagious laughter, or his willingness to engage on a one to one basis, with everyone he met; he treated everyone with respect and dignity. We need more people like John. If everyone tried to be a little bit more like this great human being, we'd all be much better off. My heart goes out to his family. Godspeed John, and keep a close watch!
Alan Kahn January 5, 2012 at 02:14 pm
Generous, warm hearted, friendly, quick with a smile…it’s hard to find enough kindRead More words to describe John. He was Prince Among Men and we’ll dearly miss him. Alan Kahn, owner North Fork Caretaker, Cutchogue
Bette Kerr January 5, 2012 at 03:16 pm
John was the epitome of a good and decent person, kind to all, especially helpful to those in inRead More need. His infectious smile, radiance, and willingness to go that extra mile relieved the tension of many difficult situations. John's business attended to all our heating and plumbing needs, and John tended to us. His kindness just after my husband died is something I will never forget. Responding to heating problems, John's workers told me I needed a new furnace. Now. When I burst into more tears, mumbling: "I can't deal with this now." John himself came to my home to express hearffelt condolences and understanding. He promised to help me with heating decisions and with getting the job done smoothly. And he did. He came through for me in every situation, over many years. My thoughts and heart are with your family, John. Bette Kerr-Carrington Greenport
b January 4, 2012 at 06:23 pm
My sympathies to Robin and her family.
George Puglisi January 14, 2012 at 04:39 am
Father Dan was a good servent of God . I know he is looking down on us form heavan. My sympathies toRead More Robin and her Family
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