03-25-10 Deputy Police Commissioner John Pellegrino
04-07-10 Officer John Coniff
04-08-10 Detective Raymond Hubbard
08-18-10 Deputy Chief Herb Heffer
08-23-10 Deputy Herman Krekic – Monroe County Sheriff’s Officer – Retired
10-30-10 Irondequoit Police Officer Gino J. Gammiero
Greece: March 25, 2010. Predeceased by his wife, Jane; daughter, Donna Pellegrino. Survived by his daughter, Janice Fracassi; grandchildren, John (Sherry) Fracassi, Brian (Kim) Krueger; great-granddaughter, Giovanna Fracassi; sister, Mel Molinari; brothers-in-law & sisters-in-law, Pat Santillo, Peter (Ida) Fantigrossi, Rita Vigliotti, Ginger (Joe) Dominick, Linda Persica, Mike (Diane) Fantigrossi, Loretta (Joe) Skocich; several nieces, nephews & cousins. A special thank you to the 8th floor ICU at Strong Memorial Hospital.
John was a good man, well liked by all. He had a sense of humor, integrity, was intelligent, kind, honest, strong and compassionate.
He enjoyed being with his family, picnics and celebrating Thanksgiving. He liked to golf, bowl, play bocce, and he was a Buffalo Bills Fan.
John was a Rochester City Policeman for 38 years. He was the highest ranking Deputy Chief. He was a member of the Gates Amita Club, Rochester Police Locust Club and ARPALER.
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Greece: April 7, 2010, passed away peacefully at age 93, surrounded by his family. Predeceased by his sisters, Bernadine and Helen; brother, Bernard. Survived by his wife of 57 years, Mary; daughters, Mary (Roger) Gross, Ann (David) Boerman and Kathie (Bobby Gowans) Byrne; grandchildren, Colleen, Elizabeth, Michelle, John, Shannon, Mary Anna, Sarah, Christine and Michael; great-granddaughter, Taylor; nieces and nephews. John was a WW II Army Air Corps Veteran, retiree of the Rochester Police Dept., Past Commander of the American Legion Post #1182, Past Treasurer of the Rochester Police Locust Club and a member of A.R.P.A.L.E.R., honorary member and past Treasurer of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Assoc.
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Henrietta: Passed away April 8, 2010 at age 97 after a struggle with old age. He is survived by his wife, Jean; sister, Mary Helen Casey; niece, Barbara (Ken) Milliman & nephew, Robert (Diane) Hubbard. Ray retired from the Rochester Police Department after 34 years of service and was president of the Police Locust Club for 3 years. He was a member of ARPALER (Area Retired Police & Law Enforcement Retirees) and a member of the Geriatric Pilots Association.
Many thanks to his close friends Robert Bishop & Charles Salvaggio, also dear friends, the Mark Egan and Scott Rivard families.
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On August 19, 2010. Predeceased by his wife, Bernice M.; He is survived by his 2 daughters, SR. Mary Stephan O. P. of Elmira, NY, Patricia Cummings; 1 sister, Ruby Craig; 2 grandsons; 2 great-grandchildren; several nieces & nephews. Retired Deputy Chief of Rochester Police Dept., Army Veteran of WW II, member of Law Enforcement Post #1182 American Legion.
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Retired Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy Herman Krekic passed on August 23, 2010 in Tampa Florida at the age of 76. He served with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office for 21 years. He is survived by his wife Debbie; children Constance (Robert) Stoeks, Christopher, Susan (Michael) Jessmer, Gretchen (Mark) Calhous; five grandchildren; and former wife Evelyn. Herman was a veteran of the Korean Conflict and long time member of the ARPALER.
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October 30, 2010. Survived by loving wife Josephine (Spallina); sons Gene (Lea Ann), Gary (Charlene) and daughter Gail (Jerry) Gallipeau; grandchildren, Jenel, Marc, Randy, Christopher (Rene), Jeffrey, Jerid, Jenette; and great-grandchildren, Ethan and Eli. Also survived by brother Peter, sister-in-law Antionette Spallina and nephews David, Douglas and David; several cousins along with numerous close friends. Gino was a retired Irondequoit police officer and brought a smile to everyone who knew him – he will be deeply missed.
No prior calling. His memorial mass will be held Tuesday 10:00am at St Cecilia’s Church. Interment private at Irondequoit Cemetery. Please consider a donation to St.Cecilia’s building fund in lieu of flowers. Arr. by Dierna Funeral Home.
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