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Beney Funeral Home

79 Berry Hill Road, Syosset, NY

OBITUARY

Gloria Jean Long

September 9, 1924June 18, 2020

Long, Gloria Jean “Glo” (nee Worrall) of Bedford, Va. on June 18th 2020. Formerly a 64 year resident of Syosset, NY and 60 year summertime resident of Centre Island NY. Library Assistant at Robbins Lane School for 25 yrs. Beloved wife of the late Henry (Hank) H. Loving mother of Thomas (Dawn), Robert (BetteAnn), Steven (Cindy) and Nancy (Kim) Goodrich. Cherished grandmother of Jennifer (Richard) Van Nostrand, Melissa (Jarrod) Gilmore, Laura (Kyle) Pero, Robert W., Justin White, Sarah (Alia) Long, Andrew, Daniel (Stephanie) Goodrich, Kaitlyn (Corey) McFaden and John (Vickie) Goodrich. Devoted great grandmother to Alexander, Natalina, Leonardo, Archimedes, Zoe, Haley, Autumn, Aliyah, Ivy, Briar, Ethan, Jacob, Aubrey, Gaige, Callie, Henry, Sloan and Andrew. Reposing at Beney Funeral Home 79 Berry Hill Rd, Syosset. Visiting 10 am to 12 pm on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. Religious Service at 12 noon. Burial to follow at All Faith Cemetery, Middle Village, New York.

Services

  • Visitation 10am until Noon

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020

  • Interment at Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery Middle Village, New York

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Memories

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Ray Long

July 2, 2020

Goodbye to a very Special Aunt...the end of an era of very special people. Maby they were the “Greatest Generation” !
I know all the Long kinfolk of Texas thought very highly of Her and she was well respected by us all.
I remember the story of her and Uncle Harvey finding one another in that big haystack of WW2 and always smile ...

Kait McFaden

June 23, 2020

Grandma and I were very close my whole childhood and I always looked forward to visits. I would watch her do her hair and makeup every morning, we’d go shopping, hit Food Town, get breakfast at McDonald’s, and play games. I especially looked forward to thanksgivings at their house. I’d get up with her early in the morning to start the turkey, watch the rockets in the parade, play poker, and do the limbo. She saw the world with rose colored glasses and the life was “a bowl of cherries”. She was a hard working woman who took care of her family and loved us without question. I’m thankful to have so many great memories with her!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY