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Anthony Galgano, co-owner of storied Boardy Barn in Hampton Bays, dies at 78

Anthony Galgano, co-owner of storied Boardy Barn in Hampton Bays, dies at 78
As the Boardy Barn, a summertime watering hole in Hampton Bays, grew in legend over its raucous Sunday happy hours, co-owner Anthony "Tony" Galgano cultivated a culture of giving, locals will tell you

i pShare Tweet Email As the Boardy Barn, a summertime watering hole in Hampton Bays, grew in legend over its raucous Sunday happy hours, co-owner Anthony "Tony" Galgano cultivated a culture of giving, locals will tell you, opening the bar to countless charities." Galgano, of Hampton Bays, died Saturday at East End Hospice Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Westhampton Beach following a three-year fight with cancer, his family said.He later settled in Hampton Bays where he raised his two children.Rosalie's Church in Hampton Bays followed by burial at Good Ground Cemetery, also in Hampton Bays.

" Tony Galgano was raised in Freeport and attended Bishop Loughlin High School and Hofstra University, according to his family.Another time, Tony Galgano handed his winter coat to a man apparently living on the street, leaving a $50 bill in the pocket, his son said.

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