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Edward F. Mungiguerra
  • In lieu of flowers the family is requesting donations to be made in memory of Edward F. Mungiguerra to Belmont Child Care Association, Inc., 2150 Hempstead Tpke, Belmont Park, Gate 6, Elmont, N.Y. 11003, Att Joanne K. Adams

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“Grandpa was a great man. He always helped us with whatever we needed in life and always had a few sayings about life that will stay with me forever....Read More »
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Edward F. Mungiguerra passed away peacefully on December 2, 2020. He was a former NYPD officer of the 109th Precinct and a veteran of the Marine Corp.

Edward was married for 52 years to Alicia Mungiguerra (Wilkinson) who predeceased him. He is survived by his son Robert (Claire) and stepson Edward (Frances) and his grandchildren Jennifer Ferri (Michael), Marissa Moriarty (Michael), Sara LoCastro (Robert), John Pushkal (Nicole), Tommy Pushkal (Jen), and great-grandchildren Evan Pushkal, Darrius Skoros, Olivia Ferri, Luke Ferri, Joseph Ferri, Austin Moriarty, Alexandra LoCastro and Jaxon Moriarty.

Edward was born in Bayside on May 21, 1924 and lived in College Point where he was beloved by his neighbors. Family was the most important thing in his life and he always stressed the importance of education. Through his sacrifices he made it possible for his family to get wonderful educations and thrive and succeed in their endeavors.

Edward made friends wherever he went. He was known for his kindness, generosity, and many stories. His favorite pastimes were horse races, going to the casino and watching old movies.

He will be missed terribly and his family, friends and neighbors will continue to celebrate his life.