Allan Daniel Kolinsky

December 7, 1949 – August 12, 2022


Waters of Babylon Chapel

Date: August 15, 2022

Time: 10:00 AM


New Montefiore Cemetery: 1180 Wellwood Ave., West Babylon, NY 11704

Service Recording:   Click Here


Shiva is at 3173 Lee Place Bellmore
Mon-following funeral til 9pm
Tuesday- 12-3pm 7-9pm
Wednesday-12-3pm 7-9
Thursday – 12-3pm 7-9
Friday 12-5pm





We are sad to express the passing away of Allan Daniel Kolinsky, aged 72 on August 12, 2022 at North Shore Hospital in Manhasset, NY. Allan was born on December 7th, 1949 to Morris and Esther Kolinsky in Brooklyn, NY. After moving to Long Island, Allan became a lifelong South Shore resident growing up in Bellmore and moving to Merrick and Wantagh. He was a graduate of Calhoun High School. Allan was an entrepreneur who started many businesses including co-ownership of Du-All TV in Merrick for 20 years. His reputation in the community was widely known as the person to go to when you needed a repair done.

In his personal life, he was known as the Barbeque King and Mr. Fix it. Two passions that expressed his love for both food and electronics. He had a dry and quirky sense of humor and constantly enjoyed learning about new technology. He loved old diners, car shows, movies, tinkering with everything mechanical, and his family most of all.

Allan is survived by his wife of 51 years Barbara, sons Lee, Jason and Gary, his daughter in-laws Staci, Samantha and Anna, six grandchildren Julie, Riley, Peyton, Fiona, Maddyn, Raquel, and his brother Keith. He was loved and will be missed by all.

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Joe Fisette
1 year ago

All of us at ACP, Inc. are in debt to Allan for all of his years of tremendous support and product expertise. He is missed by all of us! I personally will miss our conversations about microwaves, radios, TV’s, and life in general. Our condolences to Barbara and family.

Mark Doyle
1 year ago

My deepest condolences to Barbara and the entire Kolinsky family .My relationship with Allan grew over the years from work partners ,to that of being a friend. I am grateful to have called Allan a friend .Our Saturday afternoon talks will surely be missed. He called me “kiddo” ,I called him “brother”
RIP my brother ,until we meet again