In Memory Of
Walter Mitton, Sr.
October 11, 1937 - July 12, 2021
Walt was a graduate of Goshen High School’s Class of 1957 and a volunteer fireman of Goshen’s Cataract Engine and Hose Co. In Florida, Walt was a member of the St. Lucie Catholic Church and volunteered for the church’s soup kitchen. He was retired from the USPS and Publix Stores. Walt will be remembered for his love of food, football, (especially the Green Bay Packers,) country music and for being Christa Wicklund’s Grandpa. Thank you to those who donated to the DSAHV in his memory.
Linda Marie Barry
June 27, 2021
Beacon - Linda Marie Barry, a resident of Beacon and formerly of Peekskill, entered into rest on June 27, 2021 at her home. Linda started her advertising design career at the Peekskill Evening Star in 1980, then moved on to the Blue Book Network in 1983. She went on to become the Blue Book's Publishing Operations Manager for The Who's Who in Building and Construction's Regional Magazines. Linda also volunteered her time designing material for the Dutchess Junction Fire Company and the Beacon Elks Lodge #1493.
Dolores D. Vernol
December 22, 1931 - July 21, 2020
"Beginning well is a momentary thing; finishing well is a lifelong thing." — Ravi Zacharias On July 21, 2020 Delores went home to be with the Lord. Her love has been a constant in the lives of so many who knew her. She was a strong woman of God who put her trust in Jesus in ALL circumstances, right to the end. Her unwavering faith and trust in God taught us that He IS trustworthy! We look forward to seeing her again in Glory!
John P. Zimoulis, died on March 18, 2019 at home surrounded by his family. He was 64. John was born on January 22, 1955 in Brooklyn and had been employed as an accountant at Union Carbide in Danbury for over 25 years. He was Treasurer of the Down Syndrome Association of the Hudson Valley.
Mark Marotta, 36, of Red Hook, died April 14, 2018 at Northern Dutchess Hospital after a brief illness. He was the beloved son of Alfred Marotta and Monika Norden of Hopewell Junction. Mark grew up in Hopewell and attended Wappingers schools and Dutchess BOCES. He resided in a group home operated by Cardinal Hayes Home for Children. Mark’s family will always be grateful to the many friends and staff at CHHC who showed so much love for Mark. Mark was an avid bowler. He loved camping, movies, attending Marist women’s basketball games, dancing, music (especially bagpipes), and anything Shrek green. With his gentle nature and sense of humor, Mark will be greatly missed by his family and friends.