Anthony Mastroianni Dies at 90; Former Civic Leader

Funeral services are scheduled Friday for Anthony Mastroianni,
a former chairman of the  Huntington Republican Committee and former trustee of the Huntington Historical Society. He died Sunday at the age of 90.
A third generation resident of Huntington, he served as a seabee in the Navy during the Korean War, later joining the New York Guard, retiring as a major.
He also was a former Suffolk County public administrator, and was as acting chairman of the College Council at SUNY Farmingdale,  as well as many other educational and Town of Huntington committees.
 A member of Foreign Wars Post 1469, he was elected to the position of vice commander of the Navy Seabee Veterans of America.  He was also a member of many religious and social clubs, such as the St. Vincent de Paul Society, Knights of Columbus, BPOE Elks Lodge 1565 and the Society of American Military Engineers.
He leaves his wife, Ona, his stepson Gintautas Rugienius, his step-daughter Asta Desmarais, his daughter Lisa Ann Record, sisters Terry Schaeffer and Elvera Moore and brother Theodore.
He was predeceased by his first wife, Teresa Zorkis, sisters Carmela Koldewey and Gloria Courduff, brothers Frank and George and his granddaughter Jacquelyn Marinovich.
Visitation Wednesday andThursday 2-4 & 7-9 PM at M.A. Connell Funeral Home, 934 New York Ave., Huntington Station.
Funeral Mass Friday 9:30 AM at St. Hugh’s Church, Huntington Station. Interment St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Huntington.

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