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at an ecumenical service in Dallas, PA. They relocated to Jamaica, Queens,
before fi nally settling in Ridgewood, NY. Their son Michael was born in
1973, married and lives in Queens. Ann loved traveling, nature, reading
and acting (with retired NYC teachers). She was a member of the Glendale
Maspeth United Methodist Church in Glendale. She and her husband attended
many services and functions at the church. She also accompanied
her husband to services and activities at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
church. In retirement Ann and Bernie made frequent visits to friends and
relatives in Holland, Poland, Sweden, Montreal, California, Massachusetts,
Maine, Vermont and Connecticut. A wake was held at Hess-Miller Funeral
Home, and a funeral mass was held at the GMUMC, 66-14 Central Ave. in
JEAN HAMPSAS died Wednesday, Aug. 12, at the age of 83. She was the
beloved wife of the late Andreas Hampsas and loving mother of Andrew
Hampsas and Alex Hampsas. Funeral services were held Sunday, Aug. 16, at
Papavero Funeral Home, Maspeth, and religious services were off ered by
Rev. Joseph Mantovani of St. Jacobus Lutheran Church. Private cremation
followed at Fresh Pond Crematory under the direction of Papvero Funeral
LOUIS MUSTO died Saturday, Aug. 15, at the age of 72. He was the beloved
son of the late Charles Musto and Josephine Papasodero Musto and loving
nephew of Dolores St. Louis. He is also survived by numerous loving
cousins and was a United States Navy veteran. A Mass of Christian Burial
was off ered Wednesday, Aug. 19, at Our Lady of Hope Church, followed by
interment at St. Charles Cemetery, Farmingdale, under the direction of
Papavero Funeral Home.
Morton Funeral Home/
continue a proud tradition of
dignified personal service that
only an independently owned
and operated funeral can
For more than a
century, our firm has
served the greater
respect and a
service. In recent
years, many local
firms have either
closed their doors or
sold their businesses
to national funeral providers. We stand ready to serve the community today
and in the future with competitive pricing.
Our facility which offers spacious chapels, private parking and highly-skilled
professionals who have also been part of the community for decades.
We feel privileged to be of service to families who have entrusted the
care of their loved ones to Morton Funeral Home/Ridgewood Chapels.
If you have any questions please call us.
663 Grandview Ave., Ridgewood, NY 11385
We are now Greater Ridgewood’s largest and oldest
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