2004-04-16 / Obits

Obituaries


Edward Hargrove
Maintenance Worker

Edward Hargrove, a Rockaway resident for nearly 20 years, died on April 8. He was 52.

Hargrove, who was born in Queens, was a maintenance worker. He was a parishioner at the Greater Bibleway Temple Church, in Jamaica.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Morris Releigh and Annie Hargrove; daughter, Deron Clark; sisters, Christine Smith, Sally Hart and Ruthann Hargrove.

Hargrove is survived by his wife, Bobbie Jean Hargrove; sons, Kevin, David, Michael, Anthony, Robert and Lamar; daughters, LaRhonda and Quedia a.k.a. "lil' Homie"; nieces, Amanda and Gerie; nephews, Nathan, Randolph, Daniel and "Bubbie" Walter; 20 grandchildren; and other family and friends.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Jeremiah C. Gaffney's Funeral Home. A service was held at the Greater Bibleway Temple Church. Disposition was at Rosehill Cemetery, in Linden New Jersey.

Lawrence Kindred
N.Y.C. Transit Worker

Lawrence Kindred, a Broad Channel resident, died on March 30. He was 62.

Kindred, who was born in New York, was a New York City Transit worker.

He is survived by his wife, Joan Kindred.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Hillebrand Funeral Home. Interment was at Fresh Pond Crematory, in Middle Village.

Catherine A. Malazzo
Stella Maris Cafeteria Manager

Catherine A. Malazzo, a lifelong Rockaway Beach resident, died on April 9.

Malazzo, who was born in Rockaway Beach, was a parishioner at St. Camillus Church. She was retired from her work as the Stella Maris cafeteria manager.

She is survived by her husband, Charles Malazzo; daughter, Linda Lieberman; sons, Gary Malazzo, John Malazzo and Ronald Malazzo; and granddaughters, Brianna Lieberman and Jill, Lisa and Sara Malazzo.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to the Denis S. O'Connor Funeral Home. Interment was at Calverton National Cemetery.

Lydie B. Manigault
Homemaker

Lydie B. Manigault, who has family in Far Rockaway, died on April 10. She was 83.

Manigault, who was born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, was a homemaker. She belonged to the Jehovah Witnesses.

Manigault was preceded in death by her husband, Harvey R.

She is survived by her children, Lorretta Ann, of Far Rockaway, Robert Marshall, Nancy Louise and Harriet Elizabeth; grand children, great grandchildren and other family members.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Jeremiah C. Gaffney's Funeral Home, with a service at Gaffney's Friendship Chapel. Disposition was at Amityville Cemetery.

Mitchell Rutman
Far Rockaway Resident

Mitchell Rutman, a Far Rockaway resident, died on April 7 after a long illness. He was 47.

Rutman is survived by his wife of 26 years, Sharon; son, Howard Rutman; mother, Dinah Rutman, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida; a brother, Oscar Rutman, of Long Island.

Funeral arrangements were handled by Parkside, in Queens. Interment was in New Montefiore Cemetery, in Farmingdale.

Donations may be made to the Kidney Foundation or the Diabetes Association.

Margaret Trotta
Rockaway Point Resident

Margaret Trotta, a Rockaway Point summer resident for 30 years, died on April 1 at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital in Manhattan after a year-long illness. She was 44.

Trotta, who was born in Brooklyn, worked for 15 years as the bookkeeper and cashier at the Rock Bottom (now Duane Reade) on Ralph Avenue. She summered on Highland Place in Rockaway Point, and was a former member of the Breezy Point Surf Club. She was a bingo player and enjoyed trips to Atlantic City.

Trotta is survived by her parents, Bernard and Mary Trotta; a sister, Trudy, of Rockaway Point; brother, Thomas (Rosemarie), of Staten Island; and nieces, Carolann, Teresa and Nicole.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to the Andrew Torregrossa and Sons Funeral Home. A mass was celebrated at St. Bernards Roman Catholic Church, in Brooklyn. Interment was at Greenwood Cemetery.

Donations may be made to the Rockaway Point Volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance Corps.

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