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Curry E O Funeral Home Inc

313 North James Street
Peekskill, NY 10566
(914) 737-0083
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Dorsey Carlone Funeral Home

Cortlandt & James
Peekskill, NY 10566
(914) 737-0848
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Edward F Carter Funeral Home

170 Kings Ferry Road
Peekskill, NY 10548
(914) 737-0900
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Joseph F Nardone Funeral Home

414 Washington St
Peekskill, NY 10566
(914) 737-1363
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Norbert Sander, NYC Marathon winner, Armory head, dies at 74 - The Journal News | LoHud.com

Monday, March 27, 2017

It’s been a remarkable transformation,” said Westchester Track Club founder and coach Mike Barnow, a friend of Sander for 40-plus years.Buy PhotoWestchester Track Club's coach Mike Barnow, of Peekskill, times club runners at Rockefeller State Park in Sleepy Hollow, Oct. 30, 2004. (Photo: Rohanna Mertens for The Journal News)“He touched so many people,” Barnow said. “This running community really owes him a lot.”Sander, who became the Armory’s CEO, took the building over in 1993 from the city with it its interior virtually destroyed. Through the non-profit Armory Foundation he earlier created, he made a facility that draws about 150,000 athletes a year, the span including grade-school runners to professionals to masters-level competitors. Most Section 1 high school winter track meets are held there.“No one could ever have dreamed what he did,” Doherty said. “What an influence. What a man.”Rye resident Frank Gagliano, former Rutgers and Georgetown coach, who began the professional New Jersey New York Track Club (now Hoka NJ NY Track Club) club in 2010, concurred.“He did a lot for me and my team and a lot for the sport — for high school, college and professionals. He really, really did,” Gagliano said. “What he did at...

Visitation, Service for Frances Meyer - Patch.com

Monday, July 25, 2016

Frances Meyer, 79, a life-long Peekskill resident, passed away at her home on July 22, 2016. She was born on February 24, 1937, daughter of the late John & Grace (Hadfield) Clune. She was a graduate of Peekskill H.S., class of 1956. On July 29, 1961 at the Assumption Church in Peekskill, she married George R. Meyer, who survives at home. Upon graduation, she was employed by NY Telephone in Peekskill for several years. Years later, she worked in food service with the Peekskill School District for approximately 12 years. Along with her husband of almost 55 years, Frances is survived by her daughter, Caryl Ann (Gerard Jr.) Kottmann; and her son, George (Angela) Meyer Jr. She is also survived by her six cherished grandchildren: George III, Kaitlyn, Marlena, and Mallorie Meyer, along with Daniel and Kerri Kottmann, whom she loved dearly and were the highlights of her life. Her two sisters, Janet Fanzo and Marie Birdas also survive her, along with her sister-in-law, Joan Clune, brother-in-law Don (Jean) Meyer, and man...

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Norbert Sander, NYC Marathon winner, Armory head, dies at 74 - The Journal News | LoHud.com

Monday, March 27, 2017

It’s been a remarkable transformation,” said Westchester Track Club founder and coach Mike Barnow, a friend of Sander for 40-plus years.Buy PhotoWestchester Track Club's coach Mike Barnow, of Peekskill, times club runners at Rockefeller State Park in Sleepy Hollow, Oct. 30, 2004. (Photo: Rohanna Mertens for The Journal News)“He touched so many people,” Barnow said. “This running community really owes him a lot.”Sander, who became the Armory’s CEO, took the building over in 1993 from the city with it its interior virtually destroyed. Through the non-profit Armory Foundation he earlier created, he made a facility that draws about 150,000 athletes a year, the span including grade-school runners to professionals to masters-level competitors. Most Section 1 high school winter track meets are held there.“No one could ever have dreamed what he did,” Doherty said. “What an influence. What a man.”Rye resident Frank Gagliano, former Rutgers and Georgetown coach, who began the professional New Jersey New York Track Club (now Hoka NJ NY Track Club) club in 2010, concurred.“He did a lot for me and my team and a lot for the sport — for high school, college and professionals. He really, really did,” Gagliano said. “What he did at...

Visitation, Service for Frances Meyer - Patch.com

Monday, July 25, 2016

Frances Meyer, 79, a life-long Peekskill resident, passed away at her home on July 22, 2016. She was born on February 24, 1937, daughter of the late John & Grace (Hadfield) Clune. She was a graduate of Peekskill H.S., class of 1956. On July 29, 1961 at the Assumption Church in Peekskill, she married George R. Meyer, who survives at home. Upon graduation, she was employed by NY Telephone in Peekskill for several years. Years later, she worked in food service with the Peekskill School District for approximately 12 years. Along with her husband of almost 55 years, Frances is survived by her daughter, Caryl Ann (Gerard Jr.) Kottmann; and her son, George (Angela) Meyer Jr. She is also survived by her six cherished grandchildren: George III, Kaitlyn, Marlena, and Mallorie Meyer, along with Daniel and Kerri Kottmann, whom she loved dearly and were the highlights of her life. Her two sisters, Janet Fanzo and Marie Birdas also survive her, along with her sister-in-law, Joan Clune, brother-in-law Don (Jean) Meyer, and man...