PHOTOS: Hundreds Attend Chief Skrynecki’s Funeral Service in Amityville - 27 East

PHOTOS: Hundreds Attend Chief Skrynecki’s Funeral Service in Amityville

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Southampton Town Police Lieutenant Susan Ralph and Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman.

Southampton Town Police Lieutenant Susan Ralph and Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman.

Southampton Town Board member Cyndi McNamara,  Southampton Town Police Captain James Kiernan with board members Tommy John Schiavoni and Rick Martel.

Southampton Town Board member Cyndi McNamara, Southampton Town Police Captain James Kiernan with board members Tommy John Schiavoni and Rick Martel.

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman.

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman.

Officers from Southampton Town Police line the sidewalk outside of the church.

Officers from Southampton Town Police line the sidewalk outside of the church.

The procession to the church.

The procession to the church.

The procession to the church.

The procession to the church.

The procession to the church.

The procession to the church.

The procession to the church.

The procession to the church.

Pallbearers carry the casket of Southampton Police Chief Steven Skrynecki from St. Martin of Tours Church in Amityville on October 13.

Pallbearers carry the casket of Southampton Police Chief Steven Skrynecki from St. Martin of Tours Church in Amityville on October 13.

Pallbearers carry the casket of Southampton Police Chief Steven Skrynecki from St. Martin of Tours Church in Amityville on October 13.

Pallbearers carry the casket of Southampton Police Chief Steven Skrynecki from St. Martin of Tours Church in Amityville on October 13.

The procession to the cemetery.

The procession to the cemetery.

Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder, Police Commissioner for the City of New York, Keechant L. Sewell and First Deputy Commissioner of Nassau County Police, Kevin P. Smith.

Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder, Police Commissioner for the City of New York, Keechant L. Sewell and First Deputy Commissioner of Nassau County Police, Kevin P. Smith.

The procession to the cemetery.

The procession to the cemetery.

authorStaff Writer on Oct 17, 2022
Hundreds of law enforcement officers from Nassau and Suffolk counties, as well as top police brass from both counties and New York City, attended funeral services for Southampton Town Police... more

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