People of Sayville

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It's the people that make a community come to life. And part of our TOWN FOCUS series this week, Erin Geismar will give you a glimpse of life in Sayville with quick interviews of everyone from community leaders to everyday people on the street.

Bob McGarry, of Oakdale, waves to a passing
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Bob McGarry, of Oakdale, waves to a passing car from his crossing guard post at Cherry Avenue Elementary School in Sayville. (Nov. 22, 2011)

Barney Loughlin is the owner of Loughlin Vineyards.
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Barney Loughlin is the owner of Loughlin Vineyards. (Oct. 14, 2011)

John Wells, 81, is a lifelong resident of
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John Wells, 81, is a lifelong resident of Sayville. (Oct. 13, 2011)

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Ronald Hoffer is the prinicpal of Sayville High
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Ronald Hoffer is the prinicpal of Sayville High School. (Oct. 13, 2011)

Kathleen Prokesch is the marketing and special events
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Kathleen Prokesch is the marketing and special events director for the Long Island Maritime Museum. (Oct. 12, 2011)

Linda Conron is administrator of the Edwards Homestead,
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Linda Conron is administrator of the Edwards Homestead, which was built in 1785 by the son of Sayville's first residents and is owned by the Sayville Historical Society. (Oct. 11, 2011)

Alice Lepore has been Sayville Public Library director
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Alice Lepore has been Sayville Public Library director for eight years. (Oct. 12, 2011)

Sean McMulkin of Sayville with daughters Emma, 1,
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Sean McMulkin of Sayville with daughters Emma, 1, and Madison, 9 months, enjoys the warm weather at The Common Ground at Rotary Park. (Oct. 10, 2011)

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Pam Cooke of West Sayville and her daughter
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Pam Cooke of West Sayville and her daughter Shelby, 8, were taking in the beautiful weather Monday around Sayville. (Oct. 10, 2011)

Freelance writer Cary Maya, 54, says Sayville is
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Freelance writer Cary Maya, 54, says Sayville is "a very old place with a lot of new ideas." (Oct. 9, 2011)

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