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I. J. Morris

21 East Deer Park Road, Dix Hills, NY

OBITUARY

Stanley Hirschfield

January 5, 1922January 2, 2016

HIRSCHFIELD, Stanley – 93 of Massapequa, NY on January 2, 2016. Stanley leaves behind two sons Scott and Gregg, ten grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Retired FDNY Battalion Chief of 41 years and retired Senior Chief Petty Officer Rank E.8 from the Naval Reserve of 39 years. Funeral Services to be held at I.J. Morris Dix Hills on Wednesday, January 6, 2016 commencing at 12:00pm with interment to follow at the Calverton National Cemetery.

Services

  • Funeral Service Wednesday, January 6, 2016
  • Committal Service Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Memories

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Jerry Verdi

January 6, 2016

I served with Stan he was always in good spirits and always had a good joke to tell. Great man and Great Friend. Fair winds following seas. My regards to the family. My God bless you and keep you.

Lynda Stratton (Lehmann)

January 5, 2016

I always found you very intimidating when I was younger. As I got to know you, I realized you were just a big teddy bear! You will be missed by many as you were respected by so many! Please give Keith hugs and kisses from me when you see him!
Lynda (Lehmann) Stratton

January 5, 2016

Condolences to the Families...i did have the pleasure of meeting the Man at events w/the Harris Family interesting life both on & off the Job...he was immortalized in FDNY History for the photo on the cover of WNYF for his Rescue maneuver at a Harlem Tenement Fire.... http://postimg.org/image/f7q9j2sup/ ....RIP ..Jack Kleehaas FDNY RET.

William H. Stoddard Jr.

January 4, 2016

Fair winds and following seas, Stan, we will miss you.
Past President, NERA Floyd Bennett Chapter, GMCS William H. Stoddard Jr.

William H. Stoddard Jr.

January 4, 2016

Debbie Hopper

January 3, 2016

Will always remember all the laughs we had on the boat and at fire island. So glad we had time together last year. You will be missed.

Kelly Eid

January 3, 2016

You were a great man, Uncle Stan. I have so many fun memories of you. The best one is you helping me learn to drive--all around the parking lots of Lumberton Apartments in my mom's tiny brown car.
I'm especially grateful to you for always taking such good care of my Aunt Shell. You two were quite a pair. You showed me that life should always be an adventure.
When I think of you, I'll always see in my mind, the large portrait of you on the wall of my Aunt's apartment--you're wearing your full fireman's attire. You look strong and brave and cool as hell.
So, now it's time for you to go sailing with my aunt--and to be reunited with the rest of your loved ones that have been waiting for you. Have fun, but keep the noise down up there!!

Tom Melia

January 3, 2016

I actually met your Dad while I was delivering his paper in the 90's. He made an impression on me and as a fellow FDNY member I looked up to him. I am sorry for your loss and my thoughts are with your family during these difficult times...Tom Melia

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY