Saint Charles Cemetery

Saint Charles Cemetery is a Roman Catholic cemetery managed by the Diocese of Brooklyn in Farmingdale, New York. It is more formally known as St. Charles/Resurrection Cemeteries.

Among those interred here are:

See also

References

  1. ^ "Larry Gallo Dies in Sleep at 41" (PDF). New York Times. May 19, 1968. Retrieved 3 November 2011.

Coordinates: 40°44′03″N 73°24′28″W / 40.73417°N 73.40778°W

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The so-called Bonanno War continued even with the brief return of Joseph Bonanno in 1966. Although DiGregorio was supported by Mafia Commission members such as Carlo Gambino, Tommy Lucchese, Joseph Colombo and Vito Genovese, they eventually became dissatisfied with DiGregorio's efforts at quelling the family rebellion. They eventually dropped DiGregorio and swung their support to Paul Sciacca. The war effectively ended in 1968 when Joe Bonanno suffered a heart attack and Sciacca became boss. DiGregorio was out in the cold and was permanently shelved. DiGregorio spent his final year living with his family in Long Island.

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Glenn's powerful bass voice played an important part in the background vocals of almost all Village People's hits, such as "In the Navy". He sported an extravagant horseshoe moustache and wore his trademark leather outfit on and off stage. As he was the band's "biker" and a real life fanatic, he kept his motorcycle parked inside his home. With Village People gaining fame, Hughes became one of the icons of the disco era, even appearing in a special television broadcast in Playboy Mansion with Hugh Hefner.

In 1996, he retired from dancing and launched a successful New York cabaret act, which kept him busy until he was diagnosed with lung cancer (he had been a regular smoker since he was a teenager). He was replaced by Eric Anzalone as the biker character. However, Hughes continued with management of the band. During his later years, he was known for storming the streets of New York with his custom Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Hughes, who was also referred to by the masses as "Leatherman", was named on People Magazine's 1979 list of most beautiful people.

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Resurrection Cemetery is the name of many cemeteries, including around 40 in the United States. The name may refer to:

Resurrection Cemetery, Madison, Wisconsin — a Roman Catholic cemetery in Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA, in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Madison

Cemetery of the Resurrection — a Roman Catholic cemetery on Staten Island (Richmond County), New York

Saint Charles Cemetery — a Roman Catholic cemetery also known as "St. Charles/Resurrection Cemeteries" in Farmingdale, Suffolk County, New York, in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn

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