Not long after midnight Thursday, two teenagers banged on the front door of Suzi Stenzinger’s Bayport home.
Startled, her first thought was hoodlums.
But now, Stenzinger has a different name for brothers Robby and Billy Zoller, the two boys at her door that night — heroes — because her house was on fire and she and her family were asleep and didn’t know it.
“They’re not planning a funeral — all because of those two boys in the backyard,” Stenzinger, 50, said. Ever since, she’s been contacting the boys’ principal at Bayport-Blue Point High School, an Islip Town councilwoman and the media to highlight what they did around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, including jumping over a stockade fence to warn them.