Gail Andrea Mulholland
Gail Andrea Mulholland Frank, a resident of Bainbridge, NY, who previously lived in Breezy Point, passed away on Feb. 28. She was 35.
Frank was born in Washington, D.C. in 1967, and first lived locally from age six to 17. She attended PS 114, JHS 180 and graduated from Music & Art High School, where she studied violin, in 1984. Frank attended Catholic University in Washington, D.C. from 1984 to 1986.
In 1989 she gave birth to her son, Jordan Feldman. She returned to Breezy Point, with Feldman, in 1995, and started attending Brooklyn Coll-ege. She met her husband, Christ-opher Frank, in 1997, and the following year, their daughter Abigail was born.
For more than three years, Frank battled breast cancer. Her family said she never gave up hope that she would conquer the disease, even through immense suffering.
She was predeceased by her brother John and is survived by her husband Christopher, children Jordan and Abigail, parents Thomas and Carolyn, brother Joe, sister Eve, niece Christ-ine, nephew Jake, and many others who loved her.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, March 8, at 2 p.m. at St. Thomas More in Breezy Point. A gathering will follow at the Breezy Point Club House.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Gail Frank Family Trust established for her children.
Florence H. Regan (Nee Wagner), a 50-year Breezy Point resident, passed away Feb. 28.
Regan, born in Manhattan, NY, was a parishioner at St. Thomas More Church, and a beloved employee of KPMG. She was predeceased by her husband James Patrick Regan. She is survived by son Brian Regan, daughter Maureen Regan-Clark, sister Rita Reynolds, and sister-in-law Helen Regan. She had four grandchildren-James Patrick Regan, Erin Regan-Cooney, Brianna Regan, and Ryan Regan. James Stephen Cooney was her great grandchild.
Visitation was held at the Denis S. O'Connor Funeral Home on March 2. She was buried at Calvary Cemetery the following day.
Marion N. Simpson
Marion N. Simpson, a lifelong Rock-away Park resident, passed away March 2.
Simpson, born in Brooklyn, NY, was a parishioner at St. Camillus Church where she belonged to the Rosary Society and Golden Age. She was a member of the Knights of Columbus Columbietts, and worked as a nurses' aid.
She was predeceased by her sister Evelyn Moran, and is survived by her sons Paul Hunter, and George Simp-son, and granddaughter Shannon Rose Hunter.
Visitation was held at the Denis S. O'Connor Funeral Home. She was buried at Cypress Hill Cemetery on March 6.