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Anita S. Katz, who served for 20 years as the Suffolk County Democratic Board of Elections commissioner after working for the Town of Babylon, died unexpectedly on Aug. 9. She was 69.

Katz was appointed to the board in 2002, said Suffolk County Democratic chairman and Babylon Town Supervisor Richard Schaffer, following several years of service with Babylon Town, including stints as the head of the Department of General Services and, later, chief of staff to Schaffer.

“Anita’s death leaves her sister, relatives, friends and colleagues bereft,” Katz’s only surviving immediate... ›› read more

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May 20, 2022

Two years after Philip Joseph “PJ” Fusaro’s death due to COVID-19, his memory continues to live on as family, schoolchildren and the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office celebrated his legacy Friday in his hometown of Shirley.

Donna and Phil Fusaro, PJ’s parents, were at times holding back tears during a ceremony at Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School as Suffolk County Sheriff Errol Toulon Jr. presented them with a special badge and posthumously named their son an honorary K-9 deputy sheriff.

Fusaro, a horticulturalist and animal lover who family members say was beloved in his community and dreamed of joining the sheriff's office K-9 unit, died May 3, 2020, after battling COVID-19. He was 25.

Donna Fusaro, a teaching assistant at Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School, told Newsday after the ceremony that her son was “the love of my life.”

“My son was the most selfless, giving person you would want to meet,” his mother said. “He was the guy that you called when you were in trouble at 3 o’clock in the morning and he would get out of bed and go, ‘No problem, I’ll be right there.’ He was just that guy. He was just amazing.”| read more ››