Air Force vet and longtime LIRR employee Joseph Kane, 82, of Sayville dies


Joseph H. Kane, Jr., a Sayville resident for a half-century and a Long Island Rail Road employee for three decades, died on Tuesday, March 29. The U.S. Air Force veteran was 82.

Kane was surrounded by his family when he passed away, according to obituary information posted shared by Raynor & D’Andrea Funeral Homes in West Sayville. Raised in Brooklyn, Kane moved to Sayville after time in the Air Force. He enjoyed golfing, fishing and spending time with his family, his obit stated.

Kane is survived by his two sisters, Sharon Sanseviro and her husband Anthony of Sayville and Carole Anglim of Bayport, as well as seven nieces and nephews, Stephen, Kevin, Patricia, Kathleen, Anthony, Theresa and Jeanne, and many grand nieces and nephews.

Funeral arrangements were taken on by Raynor & D’Andrea. A private celebration of Kane’s life will be celebrated at a later date.

Featured photo: Joseph H. Kane, Jr. (Raynor & D’Andrea)