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Anne Koslow

For 21 years, Anne Koslow was a dedicated volunteer at the Stony Brook Grist Mill (c.1751). As a student of Long Island history, particularly the Stony Brook area, she led many groups through the mill, sharing her knowledge and love for the tradition of milling and the mill’s contribution to the growth of the Village. Anne was a devoted mother of six daughters and beloved GG to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She often visited duck pond, frequently accompanied by one of her daughters, to enjoy the peace and natural surroundings.

T. Bayles Minuse Mill Pond Park - Beyond the Plaque
  1. Countess Nadia de Navarro-Farber
  2. Harrison C. Frisenda
  3. Anne Koslow
  4. Gene Mundie
  5. Margaret Swain
  6. Bill and Agnes McGunnigle
  7. Ellen Rappaport
  8. Marty & Lil
  9. Dr. Natalie Assalone Nizza
  10. T. Bayles Minuse
  11. Erene V Botkin, Mr. Daniel Botkin, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Howind, Ireland-Gannon Associates, Inc, Mrs. Elinore Minuse, North Shore Nursery Tree and Landscaping, Inc, Gloria and Richard Rocchio, Kevin Seaman, Esq. and William and Helen Voorhest
  12. Thomas Cascino
  13. Senator James J. Lack
  14. Jeremy Van Bemmelen
  15. Pindar Vineyards, North Fork Bank, TriMax Biosciences and John Kanas
  16. Dr. Magdalene Vardaros
  17. Mary F. Campbell