Lake Huntington News

A very sad week

By EILEEN HENNESSY
Posted 9/28/21

Hello, hope you are all doing great.

I had a very sad week. My goddaughter’s brother died at the age of 42.

Jack Kelly passed away. He is back in the arms of his loving wife, Jo.

Two …

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A very sad week

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Hello, hope you are all doing great.

I had a very sad week. My goddaughter’s brother died at the age of 42.

Jack Kelly passed away. He is back in the arms of his loving wife, Jo.

Two wakes in one week. It’s very sad when more people whom you love and care about are dead than are alive.

I am blessed that I can be in touch with all my siblings and lots of my cousins on Facebook.

Family and friends are so important in life. If you’re thinking of someone, call them and say, “Hi, how are you doing?”  

Myron Gittell is trying to get some information on the Lake Huntington Synagogue. He’s looking for history, personal stories, photos, and so on.

If anyone can help out Myron, please get in touch with him at myrongit@yahoo.com or call 845/428-3111.

“As of September 30, 2021, my office in Callicoon, NY, will be closing,” wrote Dr. Paul Salzberg. “It has been 38 years. I would like to wish all my patients health and happiness. If you need medical records, please call 845/887-6112. Thank you.”

I personally would like to thank Dr. Salzberg for all the help he has given me and my husband. He would always answer my questions.

Back in the day, my husband was in terrible pain and his leg was burning hot. He had a fever and he went to his doctor, and they said, “You must have banged your leg; take Tylenol.”

Later that night I took him to the Callicoon hospital and they admitted him, The next day, Dr. Salzberg came to check on him and told him, right off the bat, “You have cellulitis.”

Dr. Paul, enjoy your retirement. God bless.

Please check out the New Cochecton Youth Commission Facebook page for upcoming events.

On Tuesday, October 12, it’s finally back! The Women’s Community Club of Cochecton is hosting Meet the Candidates Night at 7 p.m. in the community room on the lower level of the town hall in Lake Huntington. All state, county and town candidates on the ballot in Cochecton are invited to make brief presentations. All residents are invited, and there will be complimentary refreshments. Masks are required. Any questions, call Pam DeMan at 845/798-1727.

If you have an event or any town information, you can email me at leeniebeans@citlink.net or call me at 845/252-3568. You can also find me in the Community Living section of the River Reporter.  Keep smiling and have a great week.

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