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Jeffrey L. Wiener, at the age of 31, Hospital Corpsman Second Class USNR was killed in the line of duty serving our country, defending freedom, and securing the future of his little girls on May 7, 2005 in Al-Anbar Province, Iraq. Formerly of Lynbrook, NY. Jeffrey was a graduate of Lynbrook Senior High School. Beloved husband and best friend of Mariateresa. Devoted and loving father of Mikayla Lynn and Theadora Rose.

Beloved son of Diana Lynn and Wayne Lee. Cherished brother of Wendi Lauren Roshangah and her husband Ace of Elizabeth, IN, Jessica Lyn Fust and her husband Jerry, of Louisville, KY, Sergeant USMC Joshua Lee Wiener of New York City, NY, Delayne Lindsay Oates and her husband William, of Louisville, KY, and David Lloyd Wiener of Louisville, KY. Adored uncle of Stephen, Jacob, Abigail, Zachary, Elijah, Wyatt, Caeleb, Joseph, Isabella and Daniel. Beloved son-in-law of Giuseppe and Rosa Barberio of Ridge, NY. Beloved brother-inlaw of Jerome Barberio and his wife Theresa of Woodstown, NJ, Franco Barberio and his wife Kimberley, of Levittown, NY, and Anthony Barberio of Ridge, NY. Jeffrey is also survived by many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Jeffrey devoted his life to helping others, volunteering in numerous community related organizations and departments. He was a former EMT for the County of Nassau, NY, earning the Red Cross Life Saving Award, the Jefferson County, KY EMS Squad, and the Patchogue, NY EMS Squad. Jeffrey was an ex-Captain of Tally-Ho Engine Company #3, Lynbrook Fire Department and an AMT-CC for the Lynbrook Medical Company #1. He was a certified CPR instructor working with several volunteer organizations including the Jefferson County Kentucky Explorers Program instructing teens in the field of EMS. Jeffrey served his country proudly earning the Purple Heart, the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, the Combat Action Ribbon, the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, the Iraqi Campaign with FMF Combat Operations Insignia, the National Defense Medal, the Armed Forces Medal with M (For Mobilization), the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon and the Fleet Marine Force Warfare Designation.


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Revised: 12/12/06 16:35:23 -0700.