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  1. Rest In Peace, Al. I will remember you as a kind and generous man. I am praying for family and friends to find peace. Love,Eileen

  2. So sad to hear of Al’s passing away! He has always showed so much kindness and compassion and understanding towards my son and I over the years! And he was a true humble gentleman that will be surely missed by me and so many others! My prayers go out to his family! My heart is saddened by his loss!

  3. We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Al. We will always remember his smile and kindness. Our condolences to the family. With love, Stacy, Bobby, and children.

  4. WITH A HEAVY HEART I POST THIS TRIBUTE TO AL,He will be greatly missed,It was my pleasure to have known this kind,generous ,humble man.Rest in peace my Friend.💔

  5. So sorry to hear of Al’s passing. Our sincere condolences to the Hornberger family. May Al Rest In Peace with our Lord. Prayers for strength & peace for the family during this difficult time.Nick, Donna and the crew at Goodyear

  6. Our condolences on the passing of Al. We are deeply saddened by the news of your loss. Our thoughts and prays are with the entire Hornberger Family during this difficult time.

  7. In our eyes, Al was and will always be the root of many great things in our community. He created. He built houses, developments, businesses and the Chamber of Commerce. He created wonderful and joyous events for people to gather such as Nesconset Day, and the Town Christmas Celebration. His legacy can been seen and felt throughout Nesconset. In his memory, we will plant trees; strong living structures with deep roots. – The Nesconset Chamber of Commerce

  8. We are going to miss Al. It was an honor to know him and appreciate all that he did for the Nesconset Chamber of Commerce and the kids of Nesconset. We’ll be thinking about you at the next Nesconset Day Fair and Christmas celebration.

  9. From all of us at Winters Bros. we offer our sincere condolences. Al was a friend who always worked for a better community…a better Long Island. He will be missed.

  10. Honor Flight Long Island was sad to hear of Mr. Hornberger’s passing. It would have been our privilege to take him on one of trips to Washington DC in honor of his service to our country. As a veteran, Al has earned the respect and gratitude of us all. To his family, we send our sincerest condolences. May he rest in peace.

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