In Memoriam: Remembering Those Lost to COVID - 27 East

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In Memoriam: Remembering Those Lost to COVID

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Mark Kevin Williams, who served in the United States Air Force from 1972 to 1979. COURTESY NISHWE WILLIAMS

Mark Kevin Williams, who served in the United States Air Force from 1972 to 1979. COURTESY NISHWE WILLIAMS

Charles Waller. COURTESY GERALYNE LEWANDOWSKI

Charles Waller. COURTESY GERALYNE LEWANDOWSKI

Mark Kevin Williams

Mark Kevin Williams

A 65th wedding anniversary reunion. Back row, from left, Elliot Weiss, Lisa Duryea Thayer, Barry Bowman, Jane Duryea Bowman, John C. Duryea, Rachel Bowman, Ted Dickson and Jonathan Bowman. Front row, from left, Lillien Weiss, Lauren Thayer Weiss, Raemary C. Duryea, Louie Dickson and Erin Thayer Dickson. COURTESY LISA DURYEA THAYER

A 65th wedding anniversary reunion. Back row, from left, Elliot Weiss, Lisa Duryea Thayer, Barry Bowman, Jane Duryea Bowman, John C. Duryea, Rachel Bowman, Ted Dickson and Jonathan Bowman. Front row, from left, Lillien Weiss, Lauren Thayer Weiss, Raemary C. Duryea, Louie Dickson and Erin Thayer Dickson. COURTESY LISA DURYEA THAYER

Raemary and John Duryea with three of their four great-grandchildren, from left, Georgia Weiss, Lillien Weiss and Louie Dickson. COURTESY LISA DURYEA THAYER

Raemary and John Duryea with three of their four great-grandchildren, from left, Georgia Weiss, Lillien Weiss and Louie Dickson. COURTESY LISA DURYEA THAYER

Raemary and John Duryea on their wedding day in 1947. COURTESY LISA DURYEA THAYER

Raemary and John Duryea on their wedding day in 1947. COURTESY LISA DURYEA THAYER

John Cortelyou Duryea with his great-grandson, August Dickson. COURTESY LISA DURYEA THAYER

John Cortelyou Duryea with his great-grandson, August Dickson. COURTESY LISA DURYEA THAYER

Lisa Duryea Thayer and her father, John. COURTESY LISA DURYEA THAYER

Lisa Duryea Thayer and her father, John. COURTESY LISA DURYEA THAYER

authorMichelle Trauring on Mar 15, 2023
Lisa Duryea Thayer remembers the moment she said goodbye. It was early March 2020, and she was standing with her mother next to her father’s bedside at Stony Brook Eastern... more

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