Dave Wolmetz, who was also the founder and leader of the HRDA, just passed away. He was the proprietor of Urban Air and was also responsible for inventing the HRDA. The ownership of Urban Air was in his hands. Since I am compelled to share this information with you, I do it with the utmost remorse; nonetheless, it is something that I must do. Dave was embroiled in a dispute that lasted for a very considerable amount of time and was quite contentious. Dave served as a model for what can be accomplished by a truly remarkable and selfless individual when that individual assumes a position of leadership in their community.
The Hauppauge Little League, which is in the process of constructing new facilities at the moment, is in the process of acquiring a grass infield baseball field with dimensions of sixty-five yards, seventy-five yards, and ninety yards. He was a pivotal figure in the chain of events that led to the acquisition of this domain. If you could keep Dave’s family in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time, it would be very much appreciated. They need all the support they can get right now.
I pray that Dave is successful in finding the tranquility he is looking for in his life. I. J. Morris, which can be found at 21 E Deer Park Rd, Dix Hills, New York 11746, will be the location of the funeral service that will be held for David on the afternoon of Tuesday, June 13, 2023. The service will begin at 1:30 PM. If you use these coordinates, you should be able to locate I. J. Morris: 21 E Deer Park Rd.
The burial will take place at 2:45 p.m. in the New Montefiore Cemetery, which is located at 1180 Wellwood Avenue in West Babylon, New York 11704; the address of the cemetery is also 1180 Wellwood Avenue. The funeral service will be followed by the burial. It should be noted that the address of the funeral home and the site of the cemetery are same.