William Anthony Majuk

william majuk

October 6, 1947 ~ February 19, 2022

Born in: Manhattan, NY
Resided in: Shoreham, NY

Majuk, William Anthony, 74 of Shoreham, NY passed away peacefully at home after battling a long illness on February 19, 2022. He is survived by his wife Christina; his two children William R. Majuk (John) and Bradley J. Majuk (Kelly); grandchildren, Jake, Kaylee, James, William and Sarah; siblings Barbara, Richard, and Robert; mother-in-law Barbara, former wife Kathleen, and many nieces and nephews. Born October 6, 1947 to William and Frances Majuk (Deceased) of Kings Park, NY. William was born in Manhattan but spent most of his childhood in Kings Park, NY. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from Hofstra University. He was politically active and spent many years as a consultant to various local officials. He spent the last 12 years of his full and rich life retired doing what he loved to do best: cooking, entertaining and gardening. He loved traveling, fishing and spending long afternoons on his deck appreciating nature and walking the paths he lovingly made in his backyard. Most of all he enjoyed spending time with his family. A visitation will be held on Wednesday, February 23, 2022 from 2-5 & 7-9 pm at the Branch Funeral Home, 551 Rt. 25A, Miller Place, NY. A funeral mass will be held on Thursday 9:30 am at St. Mark R.C. Church, 105 Randall Rd., Shoreham, NY. Cremation will be private. Donations may be made in memory of Bill to the Wounded Warrior Project or Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.


Visitation: February 23, 2022 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Second Visitation: February 23, 2022 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Mass: February 24, 2022 9:30 am

St. Mark R. C. Church
105 Randall Rd.

Private- Cremation:

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in William Anthony Majuk 's name.

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

P.O. Box 5028
Hagerstown, MD

Wounded Warrior Project

4899 Belfort Road Suite 300
Jacksonville, FL
877.TEAM.WWP (832.6997)

Memories Timeline


  1. candleBill was gracious, friendly and engaging. He was always good company and a man of diverse interests who enjoyed sharing, entertaining and was extremely generous.

    He will be missed.

    • Christina. I am so very sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. Now that I am in North Carolina I don’t always hear news from home. Warm memories of your friendship from the days at OTB and Jack’s campaigns. Prayers for you and Bill’s family. Sincerely, Edna Donohue

  2. Bill was a great guy.His light in this world will be missed greatly.I will not forget the laughs and the meals we shared.He made working with him a joy and not a chore.I will miss the stories and cooking tips we shared.You will be sorely missed.

  3. candleYou will be forever loved and always be in our hearts. Forever grateful for your giving heart. May you Rest In Peace💔💔

  4. You will be forever loved and will always be in our hearts. Eternally grateful to have met Bill, a generous, friendly person ❤️Rest in peace Bill and watch over us from heaven…

  5. candleBill was a man I’ve always looked up to, I’ve brought fish I caught to his house every summer. Before I joined the Army bill took me out fishing with him, his kindness will always be cherished by me.

  6. We have many special memories of times we spent with Bill & Christina, particularly when he would host one of his themed dinner parties. He actually got us to eat frogs legs during the French dinner and German night featured appropriate music to accompany the wurst. He was always good company and we will miss him.

  7. I’ll always remember what a great chef Uncle Bill was and how much care he put into cooking meals for family. Sorry that he is gone.

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