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We are sad to announce the passing of a beloved member of the St. Dominic family.
Gerard W. Ferris - of Oyster Bay. On August 7, 2018. Beloved partner of Lauri D’Ambra. Loving brother of William (Bonnie), Rich, and the late Mari. Cherished Uncle of Catherine, Liz, Joan, Katie, Michael and Aaron. Also survived by Lauri’s adoring daughters Lauren and Rachel. Family will receive friends at the Francis P. DeVine Funeral Home Inc. 293 South Street Oyster Bay, Thursday, 8/9 from 7-9pm. 42 Year Member of the Oyster Bay Fire Co. #1, and Member of the Oyster Bay Volunteer and Exempts Fireman's Benevolent Association. Funeral Services Private.

In lieu of flowers family requests donations to the Mari Ferris Scholarship Fund c/o St. Dominic’s Development Office 93 Anstice Street Oyster Bay, N.Y. 11771 please indicate IMO Gerard Ferris.
Class of 1998 Reunion Update - Please Note New Venue
Class of 1968 50th Class Reunion Registration

We are sad to announce the passing on February 11, 2018 of a beloved member of the St. Dominic family,

Mary A. Manganiello Pucillo '41


Lifelong resident  of Oyster Bay, NY

Lifelong parishioner of  St. Dominic's R.C.Church

Life member of the IHM Guild of St. Dominic's Church

Beloved wife of the late Ernest Sr. Loving mother of Sharlene Conroy '67, Mary Grace '71, and Ernest Jr. '72.

Mother-in-law of James, and Perilinda. Cherished grandmother of Megan, Christina, Rachael, Daniel, Laura, and Carolyn.


Family will receive friends at the Francis P. DeVine Funeral Home Inc.

 293 South Street Oyster Bay 

Friday, February 16th from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. 


Funeral Mass Saturday, February 17th at 9:30 a.m. at St. Dominic's R.C.Church.

 Interment to follow Holy Rood Cemetery. 

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to

St. Dominic's R.C.C.     




Olympian and St. Dominic Alum Matthew Mortensen, '04 from the U.S. Men's Luge Olympic team explains the luge course in a major feature article in yesterday's New York Times!
We are sad to announce the passing this past Friday of a beloved member of the St. Dominic family, Peter Moffett. Our hearts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
The wake will be held at The Oyster Bay Funeral home on Wednesday, January 31st from 3 to 8 PM. The service will be at St. Dominic’s in Oyster Bay on Thursday, February 1st at 10:30 AM. He will be buried in the Brookville cemetery.
Oyster Bay Funeral Home: 261 South St. Oyster Bay, NY 11771 – 516-922-7442
St. Dominic’s Church: 93 Anstice St. Oyster Bay, NY 11771 – 516-922-4488
Brookville Cemetery: 25 Walnut St. Glen Head, NY 11545 – 516-759-1053
St. Dominic Alum Headed to 2018 Winter Olympics!

Sgt. Matt Mortensen '04, will compete in luge in the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, beginning February 9th. Matt is part of the Army World Class Athlete Program, which allows roughly 80 athletes to compete in elite level sports while simultaneously serving in the military.
Click the link below for a downloadable PDF version of the article.
Please pray for our alumni who recently passed.
Diane Steine Humphreys '68
Ann-Delia Valentine Bayer '77
Capital Campaign Update
Classes of 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Alumni Luncheon at St. Dominic
2017 Alumni Hall of Fame Dinner

Oh! What a Night! 2017 Alumni Hall of Fame Dinner

It was a beautiful Indian summer evening on Saturday, September 23, 2017. Just perfect for the St. Dominic Alumni Hall of Fame Dinner inducting Mercedes Quinn '43, Stephen Dannhauser '68, Al Carey '69, Tim Kempton '82, Jay Hernandez '96, Maria Ehlinger Castiglie '05 and posthumously Coach Tom Capozzoli. Beginning with a Mass dedicated to the alumni, the event with 280 guests was hosted under a tent at the St. Dominic athletic fields. We were honored that the Most Reverend Bishop John O. Barres joined us for the evening and assisted in handing out the awards. It was an evening full of Bayhawk pride.
To view photos from the event, please click here.