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Rhonda (Penny) Kelly- July 25, 1959 - November 18, 2014

Rhonda (Penny) Kelly one of the original members of the Cedar Street Gang from Bay Shore, New York has passed away. Penny as many of us called her will be surely missed in the flesh but not in our hearts and soul. Click on the obituary below to view her life.


Albert Elliot - July 10, 1938 - February 22, 2012

ELLIOTT - Albert, life time resident of Bay Shore, passed away on February 22, 2012. Beloved husband of Barbara (Hendrickson). Cherished son of Alfonso and Birdie Elliott. Father of Dianne, Audrey, Sharon and John Elliott. Everybody in Bay Shore knew Al. Some of us knew him as the "Yamma". Al was the guy who opened up the gym or the Bay Shore Rec as it was know then, to keep us off the streets and of course allow us to play ball and socialize with our peers. He was practically a family member to everyone. He got me a free ride to Walt Frazier's basketball camp for two solid weeks, everyone else there was there for one week only. I cannot list all that he has done for me, and so many other youths coming out of Bay Shore, New York.


Dorothy Anna Bordies - September 21, 1921 - September 3, 2011

The Bordies, Days, Jackson's and many more families of Bay Shore have been close friends to the MCSYD clan in New York. Dorothy a sibling of the Day family married a sibling of the Bordies family. She was a very good friend and neighbor of our very own, Grace Day.


Jesse A. McLaurin - January 31, 1968 - August 26, 2011

Jesse's passing has touched the hearts of many. He is the fourth born son to Andrew and Tootsie McLaurin of Belport, N.Y. Forgive the writer if I made a mistake on the order of his birth. His father (Geech), my uncle was busy and blessed us with lots of cousins. One of our McLaurin men is missing in the flesh, but his memory will live on forever.


Ernest Augustus Hargett - November 15, 1921 - July 29, 2011

Mr. Hargett has been a long time friend of the McLaurin family as well as the Bay Shore, and Long Island community for at least four decades or more. He was an avid fisherman, and love to argue his knowledge of sports with the guys down at the VFW hall in Bay Shore, where he was an active member.


Joseph McLaurin Greene - February 5, 1948 - February 27 2011

Joseph McLaurin Greene was called home by his Lord and Saviour on the 27th day of February, 2011. Known by many as "Jody", had the gift of working with his hands to fix things, especially cars and their engines. He was a pefectionist to a point and a stickler for details which can be witnessed by most photos he took. There was always a pen clipped to his shirt.

Jody pretty much kept to himself and was a very gentle quiet man. One thing I remember about him was, if the snow kept everyone else from getting to their appointments, it was not true of him. His vehicles could always get him and you to your destination. Our cousin will be missed by many.


Robert Jacob Tracy - October 4, 1934 - September 6, 2010

Robert Jacob Tracy was called home by his Lord and Saviour on the 6th day of September, 2010. Known by many as "Pop", Bob, Robbie, and dad, had a fondness for many of life's blessings such as religion, sports, science fiction, and the gift of artwork.

Some of you may not know that "Pop" enjoyed drawing caricatures of famous comic book super heroes and the such. If you are ever at their house visting you might get the chance to see some of his artwork. It is truly sublime. Bob was truly an avid sports fan. Not only did he follow the big three, baseball, basketball, and football, but he was well versed with soccer, track and field, and ladies professional tennis. Of course he loved to watch the latest SYFY flicks.


Louis Francis Day - August 27, 1951 - April 16, 2009

Louis Francis Day was called home by his Lord and Saviour on the 16th day of April, 2009. Known by many as Mr. Day, Louie, daddy, and of course (Bust Weenie - click here to find out how Louis got his nickname) by his family members.

Louie's homegoing service was held on April 23, 2009  in Montreal , Canada .  His remains were buried in Montreal.   His cousin, Sharon McLaurin is in the planning stages of having a memorium for Louie. Those who wish to attend may find the information posted when it becomes available on our family website at: We know your hearts are with us.

Larry Day

A thought from his cousin James (Louse) McLaurin. - There may be someone that comes along in our lives that seems so insignificant to others, but actually impacts our existence more than they even know as well as others. My cousin Louie was certainly one of these people. We will all miss him dearly.

James K. McLaurin


Wilbur McLaurin - May 11, 1925 - July 25, 2008

In the early morning hours on July 25, 2008, Wilbur was called home by his Lord and Saviour. Known by many as Wilbur, Willie, Mac, Hooks, Sallie, uncle Wilbur, daddy, and of course Mr. McLaurin, etc., he will be dearly missed by all his family and friends.


Diane Carole Squires - April 4, 1947 - January 24, 2008

In the early morning hours on January 24, 2008, Diane was called home by her Lord and Saviour. She will be dearly missed by all her family and friends.


Kent A. McLaurin - January 19, 1988 - July 12, 2007

In the early morning of July 12, 2007, our family lost one of our members. Kent was the youngest son of John W. McLaurin III. He will be dearly missed by us all. For more information regarding his death, click here.


Oscar Billings - died January 20, 2010

Oscar Billings a long time friend and mentioned by Sharon McLaurin as a father, has passed away after battling a long standing illness. A short service was held in New York and his body sent down south for burial.