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Top 10 Tuesday: Buried on Long Island


In this Nov. 1976, photo provided by WhyHunger, Harry Chapin urges radio listeners to get involved in the fight against hunger at a New York radio station during WhyHunger’s second annual Hungerthon. Chapin's work as an advocate for the hungry is a legacy that resonates 30 years after his death at age 38 when a tractor-trailer demolished his car on the Long Island Expressway. (AP Photo/WhyHunger)

Another week and another Top 10 list for Long Islanders to talk about.


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This week we at the Long Island Press bring you the Top 10 list of Buried on Long Island. Unfortunately we all come and go, and hope that one day people remember us for the good we did during our lives–and that’s the case with this list.

This Top 10 allows people to remember those who have passed on but still remain here on Long Island; And for some, their legacy still lives on today.

Maybe you will be surprised about who you see on this list, or maybe you won’t. Of course, we don’t want to give anything away but here’s a little teaser: The list contains several entertainers, a man known for his voice, a furry family member, and a former president.

If you think we missed something feel free to let us know.

Check out the list here

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