Jon W. Hawkins

06/11/2013 4:35 PM |

Jon W. Hawkins of Aquebogue died June 7 at his home. He was 67 years old.

He was born Nov. 6, 1945, in Southampton to Vernon and Margaret (Satterly) Hawkins. He had a master’s degree in education and was an English professor at Suffolk County Community College Eastern Campus in Riverhead.

Mr. Hawkins is survived by his wife, Rosemarie (née Mannino); a sister, Zoe Rice of Connecticut; and his brothers, Leigh, of Mastic, and Brian, of Florida.

Private arrangements were handled by Reginald H. Tuthill Funeral Home of Riverhead.

Memorial donations may be made to the Long Island Nature Conservancy, 4245 Fairfax Drive, Suite 100, Arlington, VA 22203.

3 Comment

  • I’ve read through a few on the content pieces on your internet site now, and I really like your style of blogging. I added it to my favorites site internet site listing and can be checking again before long. Remember to look at out my web-site as very well and permit me know very well what you think that.

  • Not my “cup of tea” but the 36 Ford was enjoyable to go through about and look at.

  • This appears to get from the era just when jet transport was coming into enjoy, in all probability 1960 or 1961. Sea-Tac was however just starting to make concourses with “jetways”, and people would indeed be in place by 1962 or so. But this photo demonstrates the planes however docking to the tarmac, and so that is a rare photo. Pan Am, amongst the excellent airlines within the 50s/60s called Seattle certainly one of their great destinations. A unique era, for confident.