Richard J Mayronne

Passed 04/08/2024


Obituary For Richard J Mayronne

Richard J. Mayronne passed away on April 8, 2024 at his home on Staten Island surrounded by his loving family.

He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, and friend, who leaves behind his wife Veronica, sister Barbara, childhood friend of 80 years, Paul Geiger, 8 children, and 15 grandchildren.

He was a retired decorated inspector of the NYPD and served as a member of both the US Army and Marines.

He received his Bachelor’s & Master’s degree in Business Administration, Police Science, and Criminal Justice from St. John’s University, NYIT, and John Jay College. He also taught Criminal Justice at Ocean County College.

His retirement was spent watching his favorite team, The Yankees. He never missed a game.

But at the end of the day his greatest joy was spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. His, was a life well lived.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Tunnel to Towers and American Heart Association.

Viewing: Hanley Funeral Home, 60 New Dorp Lane Staten Island. Thursday April 11, 2-5 and 7-9pm.

Funeral Mass: Friday April 12, at Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, located across the street from the funeral home at 9:30am.

Burial will be at Resurrection Cemetery 361 Sharrott ave.

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  • 04/11/2024

    I never had the honor of meeting Mr. Mayronne but I have met several of his children ( Renee, Rick and Ronnie ) as lived next store at the Jersey shore. While I heard many stories and saw the amazing photos of his life you can always see a parent through their children. And I can say I always saw laughter, friendship, generosity and loyalty. So RIP Mr. Mayronne for your never ending service and blessing the world with so many great children and grandchildren.

  • 04/10/2024

    I offer sympathy and respect to my good friend Ronnie's father And to his family . Love Pat Rooney

  • 04/10/2024

    Mr. Mayronne was always so kind to me. As his daughter Renee's sidekick, I was referred to as the little Italian girl. When I got my license, he would sternly tease me about my driving record, which he could look up on his computer at the precinct. You couldn't help but respect him. I will think of him fondly always... Lori Muscarello Cerbone


  • 5 TREES

    Lori Cerbone planted 5 trees in memory of Richard J Mayronne . - 04/10/2024