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In Loving Memory of
Joseph W. Hoey


















Visiting for family and friends will be held
at our Whitestone location
10-25 150 St., Whitestone, NY 11357
on Sunday December 10, 2017
between the hours of 2:00 and 5:00 pm and again from 7:00 to 10:00 pm.  Mass of Christian Burial will be given at
St. Fidelis R.C. Church
123-14 14th Ave, College Point, NY 11356 
on Monday December 11, 2017 at 10:15 am.  
Interment Mt. St. Mary's Cemetery

Joseph W. Hoey, beloved husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather, passed away peacefully in his home in College Point, NY on December 6, 2017.  Joseph was born September 24, 1928, in Bronx, NY.  He proudly served his nation by joining the army and deploying overseas in the 1950’s.  After his discharge from the military, he continued to serve his community, joining the New York City Department of Corrections in 1954.  He provided safety as a Corrections Officer at Riker’s Island until his retirement as Assistant Deputy Warden in 1979.  After his retirement from the Corrections Department, he continued to serve his community by becoming a Security Officer to protect the students and faculty of the Queens Campus of St. John’s University.  He was a faithful parishioner of St. Fidelis Roman Catholic Church in College Point, NY.
Joseph is preceded in death by Catherine E. Hoey, his wife of 52 years, his daughter Mary Hoey-Conlon, and his son-in-law Steven E. Dunbar. 
He is survived by daughter Carol Ann Haley and her husband, James Haley, daughter Nancy Dunbar, daughter Theresa Kallimanis and her husband Joseph Kallimanis, son-in-law Edward Conlon;

grandchildren Ivy Haley, Emily Lohmer and her husband Matthew Lohmer, James Haley, Catherine Haley, Jason Conlon, Steven J. Dunbar, Danielle Dunbar, Joseph Dunbar, Kaitlyn Kallimanis, Nancy Kallimanis;
great grandchildren Jon Ball, Emma Ball, Catherine Lohmer,
Hannah Lohmer, Matthew Lohmer and Ezekiel DeHoyas. 
 

In Loving Memory of
Joan Marie Wagner




















1941-2017
   
Joan Marie (Bergin) Wagner was born on November 4, 1941, in Flushing, New York to Ethel (Hepburn) and Joseph Michael Bergin. She was the only daughter of six children. She and her beloved brothers grew up on Utopia Parkway where she attended St. Agnes Academy and Mitchell College. Her family spent summers at Lake Mascoma, New Hampshire, with dear family friends the Barrs. As a child, Joan loved to dance and perform and play with their family dog,
Copper who loved to share Joan’s ice cream.
While her two sons, David and Mark Wagner, were young, she worked as a pre-school teacher, so she could be home when the boys were home. She then went to work with her brother John Bergin as an office manager for his company BERCO Construction. She retired in 2004 and filled her time as a volunteer at various clinics where she read to children who were waiting to see the doctor. She was an avid reader and even wrote several unpublished children’s books and poems. She was involved in her community and specifically at the Church on the Hill where she volunteered with their Women’s Shelter program and Women’s League. One of her favorite roles was as playwright for a radio performance of “Esther and Ruth” which she researched, wrote, and performed.
As a life-long animal lover,
Joan had many cats over the years whom were wonderful companions.
Family was the center of her life. She was extremely proud of her sons: David who served NYC as a police officer for 20 years; and Mark who inherited his grandfather’s attention to detail and design and works as a successful architect. She loved spending time with her brothers, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews, and - certainly not least – her grandchildren who brought her endless joy. She was the family historian creating treasured scrap books full of family stories and legends.
Joan was pre-deceased by her parents; three brothers Dick and Bill Bauer and Joseph Bergin. She is survived by brother John Bergin and his wife Beth of Kinderhook, New York; brother Robert Bergin and his wife Sheila of Lancaster, Ohio; son David Wagner of Campbell Hall, New York; son Mark Wagner and his wife Kimberly Murphy and their two children Charlene and Luke Wagner of Brooklyn, New York; as well as many beloved cousins, nieces and nephews across the country from California to Massachusetts. She will be deeply missed by all.
Joan passed away peacefully at her home on Saturday, December 2, 2017.

“Memorial donations in honor of Joan Wagner can be made the the Church on The Hill to be designated for their
Women’s Homeless Shelter Program.
Donations can be sent to
Church on the Hill,
167-07 35th Avenue,
Flushing, NY 11358.”
  




  

  




























 

  









  
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