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Nicholas Mastrocinque, of Port Washington, Dies at 56

The Schreiber graduate had a long history with the Port Summer Show.

Nicholas Mastrocinque, a long time resident of Port Washington and a Schreiber 1974 graduate, passed away on Aug. 25 after a brief struggle with cancer. He was 56.

At the local level, Nick had a long history with the Port Summer Show, and attained fame in high school when he built – and flew, a gyrocopter, which gave him fame in Newsday. This feat catapulted him into the field of Engineering where he worked as a senior design engineer for Sikorsky Aircraft for over 30 years.

Nick is survived by his siblings: Andrea Mastrocinque-Martone, Mark and Joseph. He also has a son, Thomas.

A private burial is planned in Connecticut.

Albert August 28, 2012 at 11:01 PM
He is also survived by his daughter Sasha.
Susan August 28, 2012 at 11:03 PM
Hmm, odd. To my knowledge (and everyone else's), Mr. Mastrocinque also has a daughter, Sasha. Strange that she wasn't included.
Diane Pape August 31, 2012 at 05:57 PM
This is tragic suck a young guy I will never forget Nicholis and the times I shared shared with him.
Jean Cherni April 11, 2014 at 05:42 PM
The Mastrocinque family were our neighbors for many years when we lived on Soundview Drive. My two boys, Mike and Steve knew them well. My condolences to Mark and Andrea. Jean Cherni, now living in Branford, CT.

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