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Mark Wesnofske, 40Mark Wesnofske, 40

first_imgMark Wesnofske, a mechanic and accomplished amateur motocross racer, died September 19 at his residence in Riverhead. He was 40.Mark was born to Stephen and Lori Wesnofske (nee Webb) of East Hampton on January 16, 1979 and attended school in Sag Harbor and East Hampton. Wesnofske began riding and racing motocross motorcycles as a young teen, and eventually competed in regional races and events. At one point, he qualified for and competed in one of the country’s premier amateur motocross events, the American Motocross Association Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s in Tennessee.He raced actively in the amateur events for 10 years, wearing number #116.“He lived and breathed dirt bikes,” according to his mother, and family members described his riding as “fierce and amazing.” This was despite being injured in a riding accident as a young teen, which left him with broken legs and other injuries. “The best times, for Mark, were motocross,” said his sister Katie Aldred.Wesnofske was a skilled mechanic. That was his occupation since high school. At the time of his death, he worked in his father’s East Hampton automotive service business. His other interests, family members said, including cooking, and he was known for several dishes including chicken soup, meatballs, and spaghetti Bolognese.Wesnofske was a fanatic of the New England Patriots.He leaves a five-year-old daughter, Madeline, and had shared custody with Madeline’s mother, Emma Pittman. The couple never married, but were raising Madeline together and Mark was said to be a devoted and doting father.Wesnofske also leaves behind a niece and nephew, Kali and Brandon Aldred, as well as many cousins and other extended family. Visitation was held at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton and a memorial gathering followed at the Amagansett American Legion Hall. The family has asked that any donations in Wesnofske’s memory be made to local volunteer ambulance companies. Sharelast_img read more

The Port Isabel-South Padre Press is looking for a salespersonThe Port Isabel-South Padre Press is looking for a salesperson

first_img RelatedCity manager looking toward new roleBY SASHA HELLER Managing Editor [email protected] William DiLibero has been selected as the new City Manager for South Padre Island. DiLibero brings a wealth of experience to the position, having previously functioned in similar capacities for coastal cities in Rhode Island. To read the rest of this story, please subscribe…March 13, 2014In “News”Summer Causeway Run set for SaturdayBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press [email protected] Lace up those running shoes because the Summer Longest Causeway Run & Fitness Walk is set to take off this Saturday, June 3. “We’re very excited. Early registration is going very well. We’re slightly ahead of where we were last year. And we’re…June 2, 2017In “News”Full slate of events as Texas Week beginsBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press [email protected] Spring Break 2019 is looking to be a busy beginning to the tourist season on South Padre Island. Local entertainment venues have scheduled a full slate of events, from Louie’s Backyard, to Longboards Bar and Grill, Rockstar Beach and Clayton’s Beach Bar. From…March 8, 2019In “News” Staff reportThe Port Isabel-South Padre Press is looking for a salesperson to fill a full-time position.The salesperson will sell advertisements for both the weekly Port Isabel-South Padre Press and the monthly South Padre Parade entertainment magazine.Previous sales experience preferred. Email Ray Quiroga at ray[email protected] Serious inquirers only. Sharelast_img read more