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Lucy posted on 4/25/19

Te voy a extrañar muchisimo gordita linda, tu partida me ha dejado una herida en mi corazon. Descansa en Paz

 

George DeSimone posted on 4/25/19

Marijela, It is with a broken heart that I write this.....we loved you from the 1st day we met you and ALWAYS will. You made Steven's life and our lives so much better. There are no words to describe the heartache we feel. You will always be in our hearts and mind. We THANK YOU for the gift of Lola. She will grow up knowing how beautiful a person her Mom was. I promise you that Lola will grow up to be all those things that you and Steven dreamed for her. Audrey and I will care for Lola and Steven for the rest of our lives.

 

Serena MacLellan posted on 4/25/19

My most beautiful, loving, sweet young friend. Rest In Peace.

 

M. Smokes posted on 4/25/19

Almighty God promise at Revelation 21:4, that he will wipe away all our tears. And death, pain, and sorrow will be no more. So you can take great comfort in drawing close to God in prayer. And he will sustain and help support your families to endure, during these difficult times. My deepest condolences to all of your loved ones.

 

Maša Flynn posted on 4/25/19

Dear Marijela, Thought of you so much these days thinking that you are enjoying with your baby. Never in a million years couldn't have imagined that you will leave so early. I will always remember you as a great person, great friend, happy, smiley, lovely. Rest in peace my dear friend! Love Maša

 

Nikola Novakovic posted on 4/25/19

Moje najiskrenije saucesce!... Mnogo sam potresen! ... rasiri krila andjele !

 

Donna and Billy McLernon posted on 4/25/19

Guy was a wonderful man! Always a smile or a laugh. He will be missed by many!

 

Ivana and Sladjan Zivojinovic posted on 4/25/19

My dear friend Marijela, there are no words to explain how sorry we are that you left us. It was such an unfair fight you faced. You, the strongest of all of us… I hope you are now on some better and nicer place… We will always remember you, our nights out, our days on the beach, our long talks, your beautiful smile, your bright and positive spirit! You were, and you will always be, the synonym for persistence, passion and a great friend. I love you so so so much, Macka moja mala. Our deepest sympathies go out to your family. Thinking of all of you.

 

Licia McCarthy posted on 4/24/19

Maria I’m so sorry for your loss and I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers

 

 

Janine posted on 4/24/19

Rest In Peace Pete-Such a kind soul

 

Nick and Kimberly fasolakis posted on 4/24/19

Ralph our sincere condolences to you and your family growing up with you and knowing your family has become part of my family all our love and respect Nicholas and Kimberly

 

Nick and Kimberly fasolakis posted on 4/24/19

Serious condolences Ralphs and family all our love ..Nick and Kimberly fasolakis

 

Ivy posted on 4/24/19

So sorry for your loss Anthi. May loving memories bring you strength, comfort, and peace.

 

 

Alexandra Pantazis posted on 4/24/19

RIP thio Panteli as you join our loved ones. Eternal memory!

 

 

Alfredo & Renée Molinari posted on 4/24/19

We are so very saddened by the loss of Charlie. The most sweetest man ever. We will always remember the good times we shared with your family at all the family celebrations. We are heartbroken for all the family. Sending our deepest sympathy & condolences to all who loved him. He will never be forgotten. God bless you all at this most terrible time. May he Rest In Peace

 

John and Gisela Leidli posted on 4/24/19

We loved Your Friendly attitude and miss seeing You walking. Rest In Peace.

 

Barbara & Joe Wojciechowski & Family posted on 4/24/19

We are all devastated over Marijela's passing. Although we did not know her for a long time, she was a beautiful and kind soul who always wore a smile. Marijela, you will be greatly missed. God Bless You Always!

 

Elaine and Frank posted on 4/24/19

Our deepest condolences for the loss of such a beautiful soul. We know how much Marijela is loved and how she loved her family back. Thinking of you all.

 

Joe Shavolian & Peter Seminara posted on 4/24/19

To Dino the entire LoManto family, We express our deepest and most heartfelt condolences on the passing of Mr. Calogero LoManto and wish you much strength with these great loss. May his memory be for a blessing for your entire family. With respect and regret,

 

Rhoda Abramovitz posted on 4/24/19

Albert and I extend our sympathies to and yours. We will miss George.

 

Kee posted on 4/23/19

To the family, My sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. Words can not express the pain and heartache you are going through, but please know that Revelation 21:4 and John 5:28, 29 God promises he will soon do away with all sickness and death and reunite you together again soon. Until them may you cherish the many memories you shared together as they too may be a source of comfort.

 

Liz Kings posted on 4/23/19

Reciba mis condolencias por la pérdida de su ser querido. Las palabras que se encuentran en la palabra de Dios, la Biblia, en Filipenses capítulo 4 versículos 6 y 7 han sido una fuente de consuelo para mi y espero que sean un consuelo para ustedes también. Que nuestro Dios les dé la fortaleza y la paz para enfrentar los días venideros; con la esperanza segura de que podrán volver a ver a su ser querido (lea Juan 5:28-29).

 

Dee L. posted on 4/22/19

May the God of all comfort who is always there for those who need to be encouraged . (2 Corinthians 1:3,4; Psalm 34:18)

 

Dee L. posted on 4/22/19

My heartfelt condolences. may our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and gave everlasting comfort and good hope.... comfort you and give you strength...(2 Thessalonians 2:16,17)

 

iDee L. posted on 4/22/19

Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May warm hugs, kind words, fond memories of George, many prayers and the strength that only the Almighty can provide help you to cope. (Philippians 4:13)

 

Suzanne Walsh posted on 4/21/19

Thinking of you and yours and sending you prayers of strength and memories of happiness

 

Suzanne Walsh posted on 4/21/19

Thinking of you and yours. Sending you prayers of strength and smiles of happy memories

 

Eleni Vachicouras posted on 4/21/19

Dear Chris and Family, We are so sorry for the loss of your mom. May her memory be eternal. Love in Christ, The Vachicouras Family

 

sandra debellis posted on 4/20/19

Joyce and I were childhood friends - we were in each others wedding parties We went to high school together. If not for Facebook I wouldn't have known she passed - Joyce RIP - now you're at rest with your love Ralph and your family..............

 

sandra debellis posted on 4/20/19

To all the Scocozza family - if not for Facebook I wouldn't have known that Joyce passed......We were childhood friends, and in each others weddings . May she RIP - I wish I had known I would have paid my respects. Love you Joye...

 

 

Nicole Tully posted on 4/18/19

Aunt Mary I can't believe you're no longer with us. We hardly got to keep in contactand that is what makes it harder on me. I love you forever and you will never be forgotten. Rest in paradise fly high my angel.

 

Vince Breheny posted on 4/18/19

Farewell Uncle Nasie, you brought warmth, fun and humour to my life and the life of so many other people in ways that most people seldom do. Remembering you with fond memories of sitting on the window sill in Bricklieve and playing the drums on your poor head! Of you teaching me card games and giving me the nickname of the "loan shark". How we went to Sligo for me to get a haircut and when I came home nobody could see the difference! I The other time I got the crazy short haircut and you said I could join the Marines! The time we joked in Sandymount House when we saw a mouse and you talked of the Scottish friend who said about "There's a Moose, loose about this hoose" And the "don't worry me spider I'm a casual tenant" How you talked of "going with the flow" The time we were in Jurys Hotel and got seriously ripped off for a meal... and I said it was a robbery... you said yes and a robbery with violence! How you often laughed about the time we visited Knock and I got restless and starting swearing loudly! The day we travelled by train to Sligo and hung out by the Garravogue river mainly scratching scratch cards and looking at Swans. The time you arrived home from the US to Bricklieve with a huge suitcase and no one was expecting you as you arrived before your letter did. Our cycling around Lough Arrow. The time we got caught in a Summer thunder storm. How you rescued me from drowning when I went head first into a river! Getting up early in the morning and going for strolls across Flannerys' Field and over to visit Mickey Kellys. These are but a few of the memories of you that I will treasure, how fortunate I was to have you as my Uncle and friend. Farewell Nasie, I'm sure you are entertaining and caring for everyone in your new home. Until we meet again.

 

 

Fernando and Nina posted on 4/17/19

Dad you will be missed. Thank you for being the wonderful father that you were. May you RIP now with your beloved Nancy.

 

Jane D posted on 4/17/19

A loss of a loved one is a burden that God never intended for us to endure. Through one man sin entered into the world and death through sin. (Romans 5:12) God yearns to bring back those who have died and are in his memory for them to live forever here on earth (Job 14:14,15). These words from God bring me comfort in my grief and may they bring comfort to you as well.

 

Angie Vazquez posted on 4/17/19

With much sadness, I say farewell to a great man who graced my life. Della described the last days here on Earth surrounded by your amazing wife and beautiful daughters. I came across this touching poem that summed it so beautifully and reminded me of you: God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be So he put his arms around you and whispered, “Come to Me” With tearful eyes we waited you and saw you pass away And although we love you dearly, we could not make you stay. A Golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us, HE ONLY TAKE THE BEST. Yes, he took the best! As I sat in a room to say my last farewell to a wonderful soul, I looked around and not only saw love, but felt an enormous love for you. I heard one amazing story after another one. What a special night to say farewell to an admirable, gentle, dapper, graceful and genuine spiritual being. I see you left a piece of you in each of your daughters and grandchildren. I have so many beautiful memories of you. Thank you for keeping life simple. Thank you for not being non judgmental. Thank you for listening and sharing great stories. No one can make a screw driver so interesting. No one enjoyed a good hot dog like you did. Thank you for introducing me to the mix of half sauerkraut and half onion… delicious! Our love for you is inscribed in our hearts, where it shall remain forever. …. Farewell Joe, until we meat again…My son said it perfectly, We will miss the Silver Fox :(

 

SD posted on 4/17/19

Mis sinceras condolencias para la familia Suárez por la pérdida de su querida madre, que nuestro Dios Jehova le tenga en su memoria en el día de la resurrección. Hechos 24:15, y le conceda la la vida eterna aquí en la tierra en un paraíso renovado. Salmos 37:11,29.

 

Maria Cruz posted on 4/16/19

James, I am saddened to hear of the loss of your mother. Will be keeping you and the rest of the family in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Maria.

 

Josefina Fuente posted on 4/16/19

Times like these can be hard. But Gods words can offer comfort . In Revelation 21:4 it mentions , " And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." God offers us a better future. I hope this will console your family at time of need. Phi 4:6-7. “6Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God;7and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus.” Estos tiempos puede ser dificil. Pero la palabra de Dios nos puede ayudar. En Revelacion o Apocalipsis 21: 4 menciona , "Y limpiara toda lagrima de sus ojos, y la muerte no sera mas, ni existira ya mas lamento ni clamor ni dolor. Las cosas anteriores han pasado”. Dios nos esta ofreciendo un futuro mejor, recordemos las palabras de 1 Corintios 1:3 nuestro padre Jehová Dios el Dios de todo consuelo sigue consolando a los que sufren . Espero que la palabra de Dios le ofrezca un poco de consuelo. Fil 4: 6,7 No se inquietan por cosa alguna, sino que en todo, sino por oración y ruego junto con acción de gracias, dense a conocer sus peticiones a dios; 7 y La Paz de Dios que supera a todo pensamiento guardará sus corazones y sus facultades mentales mediante Cristo Jesús.

 

Dee L posted on 4/16/19

I would like to offer my sincere condolences for your loss. I hope you can find comfort in the prospect of seeing Maddalena alive again on the earth transformed into a peaceful paradise. (John 5:28,29; Psalm 37:10,11,29)

 

CRISAIDA MENDEZ posted on 4/16/19

Trini, what a blessing to have known you for all my life, you were the sweetest most loving person, a wonderful loving mother, wife, aunt, sister, godmother etc. You will be greatly missed but never forgotten. My you rest in peace with all your loved ones in heaven. Till we meet again your daughter from another mother. Crisaida “Aida” Mendez

 

Enrique Melendez posted on 4/16/19

Titi Trini, we will miss you so much! You were a great person, mother, grandmother, aunt and so much more too many. We will miss you laughter and love. May you be with the Lord and his Angels in your new life. God Bless you and your family. The Melendez Family

 

Teka posted on 4/16/19

My beloved Furiano family, I have so many beautiful stories and memories of Joe, that just a few words would never be enough to tell just some of them . . . To say that I am sorry does not translate into the loving words I really want say to you, family of my heart! It’s hard at this time to talk about your beautiful husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and my dear, dear friend who always had a good conversation or jokes and advices to share with me, especially when I was sad, like when Arwem departed our planet. He always knew how to be a father to me when I needed one! Oh Joe, what an incredible, sweet and gentle man you will always be in all of our hearts. But I like to say that I know that Joe has many Angels who love him so much and are gently holding his hand and taking him to the ones he love and went before him. And these loved ones, are waiting for him with much love and anticipation. Joe is a beautiful soul and surely he is protected and surrounded by love, now that he’s walking towards the light of God! I believe that there will be a party in Heaven, when he arrives home. I so know how it hurts to let go of someone so beautiful and loved as Joe is, but now is the turn of his family in Heaven to enjoy his company. Let’s rejoice on the honor that God granted us, to spent all this beautiful years with him and rest assure that one day we will be all together, because God does not separate the ones who love each other, never, ever!!! Thank you Joe for been a wonderful and unforgettable friend in my life and heart!!! Thank you Furiano family for embracing me as a daughter, sister, and aunty with so much love! I’ll never forget!!!

 

Deirdre O'Shea posted on 4/16/19

Nasie didn’t know me at all when he sponsored me on a J1 student visa in the summer of ’88. On his letter of sponsorship to the American Embassy I was ‘and her friend’, the friend being his niece Breege. Obviously, they were simpler times and I duly got the visa. Nasie looked after me like I was another member of the family. We stayed for the summer, the hottest since 1944. He showed us around NY on his days off, listened to our disappointments and successes looking for work and provided our tired feet with warm water and Epsom salt after long hours of work. He also told us about getting rolls of quarters for those all-important phone calls home. Nasie made us laugh with stories of New York and the good times he had with his friends in his younger days. He shared his love of music, especially Frank Sinatra and Peggy Lee, but most of all his kindness and friendship. Faoi bhrat Mhuire, go raibh a anam.

 

Cousin Jim posted on 4/16/19

May His peace and grace be with you Many fond memories from childhood spent together at family Holiday gatherings.

 

Vianela Mejia Bussi posted on 4/15/19

Rest In Peace

 

 

JOANNE NOLAN posted on 4/15/19

For the nicest, kindest wee doll of a man that many of us had the absolute pleasure and privilege to know, Jimmy you were a gentleman and you will be very missed by all who were lucky enough to had met u and know you, love u Jimmy and rest in peace, keep a wee watchful eye on all of us from up there, X

 

 

Niki Anninos Ventoso posted on 4/15/19

RIP my Dear Mrs Kaletsis . I will always remember you with your warm smile, hugs and kisses, you always made my day everytime you walked into the office. I am going to miss you very much. Kalo taxidi filenadoula mou, o theos na anapapsi tin psihoula sou ❤

 

 

Niki Anninos Ventoso posted on 4/15/19

RIP my Dear Mrs Kaletsis! I will always remember you with your warm smile, your hugs and kisses. You always made my day everytime you walked in to the office. I will miss you!! Kalo taxidi filenadoula mou, o theos na anapapsi tin psihoula sou❤

 

Edward Yuresko posted on 4/15/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in your time of need.

 

Anthony Romano posted on 4/15/19

Rest in peace

 

Sylvia Carozza posted on 4/15/19

To The Furiano Family, I offer my deepest sympathy. I was so sad to hear of your loss. As I was reading the post from the Furiano girls, it brought me to tears and also in awe of what an incredible husband and father he was. Very few men like that so he was special. I always remember Joanie talking about Joey and Flo and when she spoke of them she had this big smile. I pray to the Lord that he gives you all the strength and support you need. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Sylvia Carozza and Family

 

Patricia A. posted on 4/15/19

To the family, I'm so sorry for your loss. I know Kyriaki will be dearly missed. May your warm memories of her be a source of comfort. May this verse also bring you comfort. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 says: "Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials." May God comfort you through caring friends, and moments of peace. My condolences to the family.

 

John Mcloughlin posted on 4/14/19

Dear Jimmy , No one was as ever kind or humble as you . You will be missed by all of us Jimmy . May your soul be at rest in Gods care for eternity . Love conquers all James .May you rest in peace .

 

Mary Krijnen posted on 4/14/19

Rest in Peace Jimmy. From Mary Krijnen and Family in Dublin Ireland.

 

Furiano Girls posted on 4/13/19

Dearest Daddy, It is with the heaviest of hearts that we say so long for now. We were so very blessed to have had you in our lifes, as babies, as children, during our CRAZY teenage years, as young women and as women of today. We were all so blessed to be with you in your life and to be present in your death, continuing to fight like the USAF veteran you will remain. Enjoying music was our everyday ritual after dinner. We hold the fondest of memories of dessert time dancing as "Core 5" to various genres of music from Barry White to Frank Sinatra, to Donny Osmond, Triny Lopez, The Fifth Dimension, Kool and the Gang, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Night, Roberta Flack, Salsa, The Cha Cha and so many more. You danced a mean Lindy and even Tapped Danced on a few really funny occasions. Daddy, you are so loved. You worked hard to make sure we were provided with the greatest of private Catholic School educations, there was not a day that went by that you did not express your love. You were the most patient man, which made us the luckiest of daughters. You loved us, guarded and protected us everyday. Your appreciation and love of all things including mom, us, nature, life, family, your deep faith and incredible passsion for our wonderful country was abundant. You were the most gentlest of souls, you lived life simply and did not have big wants and prided yourself on the simplicity of love, family and hard work. It didn't matter what you looked at, because finding the good in someone, was always greater than evil. You stood by all you loved with dignity, respect, honesty, trust innocence, and wonderment. You valued people and accepted them for their strengths and weaknesses. You never sat in judgement. You were always there, with the most endearing smile to lend a helping hand. Your words were not vast rather concise and controlled. Your smile shined brightly and you were so loved because of it. You looked aside the imperfections of life, and embraced life slowly, finding joy in all. Life for you was a paradise and you always lived in the moment. You lived harmoniously and proudly. You embraced all ages and all nations. You were the kindest neighbor and watched out for trees that needed to be planted, lamp lights that needed to be turned on and ensured water and electric saftey on the block for over 51 years by calling the local assembly man to get things resolved with your calm demeanor. You were the DELLAgator and mayor of the block. And it was only after your death, did we have the pleasure of finding out how many kind acts you performed and how dearly loved you were by all that you touched. You remained victorious till your death, until your body could no longer handle the cancer that was roaring through your body and strangling you from within. As a warrior, you did not complain about pain. You rolled with the punches during your final days with hope, strength, and endurance. You kept fighting for the best, even though the sentence that you were given was one that only God could control. You kept fighting for life, receiving blessings from priests, Rabbi's, Chaplins, nurses, doctors and even well-wishers that passed you by. Your mind was strong and your heart was even greater in your final days. It may have been racing and you were definitely not keeping up with your nickname, "Slow Joe" but rather "Fast Flo". You were a man of concentration and quiet confidence. You were detailed and determined. You cherished the past and were mesmerized by current technology and the morality of this country. You never appeared empty, but rather full of love and routine. The worst curse words you ever said were "ya Dirty Rat" or "Ya Sisters' a**". You were an optimist, polite and a man of deep faith. You asked for forgiveness on your final blessing. During your final moments, you continued to fight while pulling off your oxygen mask, waiting for Joanie to arrive because she was stuck in traffic. As soon as she arrived, you pulled her close to your heart with the greatest of strength knowing now that you said goodbye to your baby. With that said, you looked at our mom with the most adoring eyes, saying, "Come on, Come on! Lets go home!". Your beauty was in your soul. You were a strong believer in, "Only You Can Change Yourself". You were a man of conviction, responsibility and dedication. You didn't need riches, rather, you were content with being comfortable, happy and loved. You were a solid provider, accepting all the tools you were given. You weren't full of guilt or resentment. You were easy and nonconfrontational. You were always a gentleman. You were completely engaged in all that you did, from a simple hello, to a wave of a hand. You always made time for others and had a solution. Your daily deeds, only recently came known to us by your beloved neighbors. You valued time, as you thought it was one of the most precious gifts. You never fell out of military time. You never had enemies and you had friends of all ages and races. Your standards were strong, but never invasive. You always took time to appreciate life and all of its graces. You gave yourself freely, you lived in the moment and did not sit in regret, but rather revelled in all that you saw. Your responses were insightful, witty, short and sweet. You loved a good laugh, as well as being enlightened. You were the owner of your actions. You loved learning and never showed your fears. If you had to live your life all over again, we believe that you would've lived it the same way, in harmony with our beautiful mother. You were aware and present. You understood and accepted the joys and pains of life and death. You were a product of your decisions. You made healthy choices, even though you ate ice cream everyday. You believed anyone could hold the key to open the door of happiness, and all you had to do was look deep within. You loved and trusted your wife and daughters wholeheartedly. You were always full of hope and strength, and we pray that all of your special qualities will assist us in not having you physically but will allow us to continue to walk with you spiritually. We strongly believe that you were on an eagle jet, flying towards your final destination and safely entered, "The Pearly Gates of Heaven," with no birds in your path holding on to my mothers final words,"Okay Joe, I have to let you go, you have to go upstairs!". We couldn't help to find humor in her "Upstairs," remark, because he usually went up to bed the last year of is life to take his medicine like clockwork. When infact, he was on his way up to eternal life.

 

Della Furiano posted on 4/13/19

Joseph Furian

 

Diana Schaefer posted on 4/13/19

We will miss you brother. Rest easy friend.

 

Delia Crespo posted on 4/13/19

Behind that tough exterior Thomas was a gentle man and cared deeply for his family, i would like to say i am truly sorry for this huge loss. I know this will be a hardship for his parents and sibblings and to them I am sorry.. To Devin stay strong and it hurts me that you have to face this, but be strong for Ella and your nephew.. Tommy i know inside your hurting and holding it in, because you are literally like your father, let go be hurt, it's ok. Devin and Tommy you only have eachother you are your father's present memory, he made you! I love u guys, give the babies kisses for me. Love Always, Delia C.

 

Albert & Maureen posted on 4/13/19

Rest In Peace Brother. You will be remembered fondly.

 

 

Jennifer Gallagher Colson posted on 4/13/19

 

Connie Salerno posted on 4/13/19

My prayers go out to the Healy Family for their loss. I am so sadden, as I grew up with Cathy and saw her nephew and nieces grow up.

 

Charles Legoff posted on 4/12/19

RIP BROTHER PRAYERS AND CONDOLENCES

 

 

Fiona Krijnen posted on 4/12/19

Rest In everlasting peace jimmy my sister Wilma loves you very much god bless xxxx

 

John Connolly posted on 4/12/19

I worked with Tom in 2004 at 300 Madison Ave. We quickly became friends and had lots of laughs while working. My deepest sympathies to family and friends. God Bless Tom.

 

Lynn Higgins posted on 4/12/19

Our prayers and sympathies for Cathy and family Celebrate the Life of Tom He is safe with our Lord

 

Breege, Michael, Dáire, Niamh, Éabha and Ruairí posted on 4/12/19

Fond memories go dteigh tú slán

 

 

Wilma posted on 4/12/19

Jimmy rest in peace darling ❤️

 

 

Amy Rivera-Colon posted on 4/12/19

Rest In Peace knowing you are greatly loved and admired.

 

Alfred Nunez posted on 4/12/19

My deepest and most sincere condolences. Tommy was a great man and even greater friend. May God rest his sole. I love you my friend, you will be greatly missed.

 

 

Sal Cioffi posted on 4/11/19

I remember when you pulled up next to me on the highway in Laconia and casually reached over and closed and locked my open saddle bag while doing 70 mph. You were a true brother and I will miss the times ahead without you.

 

 

Cathy Healy posted on 4/11/19

Always in my heart. Only a memory away. I love you.

 

Cathy Healy posted on 4/11/19

I still remember running away from you in Massapequa when you were a baby & growing up together at 93rd St. You will always be in my heart, and only a memory away. I love you dear nephew.

 

Quita posted on 4/11/19

Fly free to God Tom, God is waiting with open arms. It was a joy being family, many great times spent. Rejoice in Heaven.

 

 

Despina Giannopoulos posted on 4/11/19

On behalf of the Giannopoulos family, we offer our condolences to the Panagiotopoulos family. May he sleep in Peace Our prayers are with the family Zoi se mas

 

Stephanie Rozza posted on 4/11/19

Grandpa Joe, where do I even begin.. I love you so much and I will always cherish all the memories we had together. You were the best grandpa a girl could ask for. You are missed greatly but I know you are not suffering anymore and I know you will always look over me. I hope I made you proud Grandpa Joe in all my accomplishments. I love you forever and always and I will take good care of grandma. Love you always grandpa <3 Stephanie

 

Barbara Matzoros posted on 4/10/19

Our sincerest and deepest condolences and sympathies Canela to you and your family. May his memory be eternal!

 

Josephine Giacalone posted on 4/10/19

I'd only met Mr. Furiano a few times....but, in those few incidents, I saw what a gentle, kind, humble, loving/lovable, respected, proud father, husband, man he was. He had an awesome smile too. In looking at his pictures and listening to his life story, one can sum up what a wonderful life he lived. He served his country, married the love of his life, had three beautiful daughters, awesome grandchildren, a great-grandson, and wonderful family and friends. One can only hope for such a sweet life journey. We are never ready when our loved ones leave us, but knowing that they are in a better place, not suffering, is a small comfort. I pray for strenght for his family during this difficult time. Cherish every memory for his legacy will live on forever in your hearts. May he rest in peace. God Bless. With deepest sympathy, The Giacalone Family xo

 

 

Stefani posted on 4/10/19

Im so sorry for your loss.

 

Jenna Modugno posted on 4/10/19

To my best friend for life. I adored you, I still adore you till this day. You were my best friend. You would sneak me candy and take me to the park. We have so many memories together and I will never forget them. They took you too soon but you are no longer suffering. I love you forever and always grandpa. Rest in peace my guardian angel. Love YOUR FAVORITE grandchild, Jenna xoxoxo

 

Sophia Skuludis and family posted on 4/10/19

Areti With our deepest condolences May his memory be eternal.

 

Viola posted on 4/10/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. May his name be a blesssing on the lips of his loved ones and his memory keep you strong in this time of grief.

 

 

Kanela posted on 4/10/19

May your memory be eternal Theo Lambro. We love ❤️ you

 

Joseph John Biscoglio posted on 4/10/19

Joe, you were part of our family for nearly six decades and in that time I have never heard you utter a mean word or behave in an unkind manner to family, friend or stranger. Your actions and words were gracious and caring and generous and your gentle manner truly earned you the right to be called a "gentleman". For sixty years you were a loving husband, devoted father and loving grandfather. May you rest in the bosom of the Lord for all eternity. Fran, Joe and Family

 

 

Lena Stylianou posted on 4/10/19

Rest in Peace my darling Uncle Costa, up in heaven with your beloved Maria and brother and sisters. You are an inspiration to all who knew you. May your legacy live on for decades to come. In loving memory always, Lena xxx

 

Charles Intravaia posted on 4/9/19

A truly wonderful and generous man. He will be missed.

 

Anthony San Marco posted on 4/8/19

I will always remember Joe as an Honorable and Devoted Family Man.I will never forget how he and my Father would always have Great conversations about the Old Days.Joe would always ask me how I was doing when we were at a Family Event.That is something that I will miss.Joe was a Great Role Model to me and I enjoyed all of the stories that he would share.I will miss him.

 

Scott Rozza posted on 4/8/19

Really enjoyed talking baseball with Mr Furiano. Great man who exemplified what a family man should be.

 

Barbara & Nicholas Cappellino posted on 4/8/19

Joe you will be sorely missed, Always smiling, a loving, devoted husband to my dearest cousin Florence father, grandfather. I never forgot the beautiful summer of 1963 we had in Lake Ronkonkoma with Florence and 2 year old Denise and Della on the way..Joanie was in the future :o) May you REST IN PEACE. Joe, thanks for the memories!! We love you!

 

Thomas Bodai posted on 4/8/19

60+yrs. married to a compassionate, loving and family oriented wife. Joseph you were Blessed to spend the best part of your life with her. I looked up to you both as a guide on how to be the best possible father and husband I could be. I only pray I can live up to your standards of family. I try every day...my heartfelt condolences to the family. I am proud to have known you and extremely sad to say good bye to a fellow veteran from the greatest generation. God speed til Valhalla...usafproud usmcproud

 

Haydee Correa posted on 4/8/19

I did not know Joe, but I know his daughter Denise, having worked with her for several years. Denise is always,smiling and willing to lend a hand to help. In reading through the messages of condolence, I can see that Denise took after her dad with her sunny disposition and helpful manner. I am truly sorry for the family's loss of such a wonderful, helpful man. My thoughts and prayers are with Denise and family.

 

Alexis Rosero posted on 4/8/19

Joe was a kind, loving, wonderful neighbor who always made sure that everyone was okay . I would miss seeing him when I would say Hello to him our thoughts and prayers are with his family I know that we will see him again one day we will miss him From The Rosero Family .

 

Jill Romeo posted on 4/8/19

Joe was someone whose light shined on everyone around him. That light will be deeply missed. Take comfort in how much he, and your whole family, is loved during this difficult time. Heaven gained an angel. My deepest condolences to the family.

 

Vasilios posted on 4/8/19

There will never be another Domina Ekaterina George (Georgiadis). All women and men should take even half a page from her “book” and only then can they stand as tall as she did and be as human as she was. However, my Domina, my bestie, since I was six and a half, was a Demi Olympian Goddess . She was the only woman I’ve known who gave 110% of herself when one needed her. She gave. She wouldn’t tolerate lies and liars. She would actually work with them to find their light. She led more lives on this earth in such a short time than any of us can conceive. Her memory shall be eternal. She now shares the gilded doors with Saint Peter and we better place our best foot forward now (and, yes, wearing fabulous shoes ) and only then, when our turn comes, we’ll be able to enter those gates per her “guest list” . So, yes, there is a stairway to Heaven. And she’s turning it out as she did at “Studio54” for those waiting to enter. Need I say she’s laughing and dancing in her gilded “Manolos” watching us. Follow this...

 

The Rosero Family posted on 4/8/19

Joe was a loving, kind, caring and a wonderful person . He would always make sure that everyone was okay he was such a great man I will miss saying Hello to him every time I would see him . We know that we will see him again I know that everyone in our neighborhood will miss him and us also our thoughts and prayers go to his family Thank you Joe for being a great neighbor you will be missed

 

 

Silvia & Julio Deleon posted on 4/7/19

Joe was our neighbor our gard. We always use to see him walking back from 7-eleven with his coffee and newspaper. Always watching for our kids, always talked to my son, he gave my son a Mets jacket. Joe you were such a good man, we Wii miss you, please watch over your block from heaven. RIP

 

Sandy posted on 4/7/19

Uncle Joey you were the best uncle. Such a great man ..loving husband, father & grandfather & countryman...may you RIP. I love you. My deepest condolences to my Aunt Florie & my cousins. Sandy

 

Sandy posted on 4/7/19

Uncle Joey you were the best uncle in the world to me. My deepest condolences to my beautiful Aunt Florie & my cousins. I love you. Sandy

 

Eloise and Ozzie Ferrer posted on 4/7/19

Joe, Ozzie and I are heart broken to loose you. We will always remember to great times we had together. You, Joe, are a very special person, and we will never forget you. Every time I hear the song Summer Wind I think of you.The day you left us it was playing on the radio.I was also thinking when my Dad meets you in heaven he will be waiting to give you a handshake Joseph Furiano REST IN PEACE Always in our hearts and thoughts. Love you Joe, Eloise and Ozzie xoxoxo

 

 

Stella Avendano posted on 4/7/19

Joe, One of the things I will miss the most is when you weren’t paying attention because you were reading in front of your house I would always beep the horn just to get a wave from you. You were like the boss of the block and your opinion was very important to everyone. We love you and we will miss you. Love, Stella Avendano

 

 

Claudia Avellan posted on 4/7/19

Joe, You were to say the least one of the greatest individuals I’ve ever had the honor of knowing. I loved coming over to your house to listen to your stories and look at pictures of your beautiful family. I will miss seeing you sitting at the front porch waving every time I drove by. I’ll miss your smile, I’ll miss your laugh but most of all I will just miss seeing you. I hope one day our paths cross again. Love you Joe -Claudia

 

McCloskey Family posted on 4/7/19

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joanne marino posted on 4/6/19

Dancing at Grandma and Grandpa's 50th Anniversary party and then dancing at my mom and dad's 50th Anniversary party.

 

joanne marino posted on 4/6/19

My dear cousin I loved you like a sister. We grew up together, made friends together, danced together and loved life together. We got married, you were in my wedding party and I was in yours and then..we got divorced together. We were lucky to find a second love together. I will miss your laughter, your phone calls and most of all your smile. May the Lord Jesus take care of you until we met again. I know your mom and dad are wrapping their arms around you in joy. I love you and always will, your cousin Joanne

 

Alex Tomalaris Jr posted on 4/6/19

You were so far away but so close to our hearts. We thank you for your journey and all the untold stories. We thank you for your insights, your struggle, you had a beautiful soul and we loved you dearly.

 

Sonia Zizilas posted on 4/6/19

My deepest sympathy to Donna’s family. I pray that the Holy Spirit bring you comfort during this difficult time. God Bless.

 

Pauline Christakos posted on 4/5/19

My sincere condolences to the entire family.I used to see Suzie in C-Town on Broadway occasionally and also when she would come to her landlord's office in Long Island City. She was always sweet and pleasant. Recently I had the occasion to speak to her on the phone and she wanted to take me out for coffee one afternoon. I explained that the office was now in NJ and I wouldn't be able to and she understood. May her memory be eternal

 

 

Lorraine D’Ambrosio Derpich posted on 4/5/19

You will be loved and missed always. May you Rest In Peace.

 

 

Jerry Spets posted on 4/4/19

I am very saddened to hear of your loss, my deepest condolences. Rest in Peace, Loraine.

 

 

Isabella Curti posted on 4/4/19

May you always Rest In Peace

 

 

Linda Rossi Rustici posted on 4/4/19

I remember her so well. May she be at peace now.

 

Kimberly Leegstra posted on 4/4/19

I send my heartfelt condolences to the George Family.

 

Karen Azopardi posted on 4/4/19

You were a blessing on earth. Rest In Peace in heaven.

 

Carol Farenga Fraga posted on 4/4/19

In shock! Linda was a wonderful big sister to me. We shared the same memories growing up, even though she was older than me. Our parents were dear friends and as we got older we shared our memories of them together. I will miss our long distance chats and love of cats. RIP dear Linda, you are gone way too soon. Love always, Carol

 

 

Lorry posted on 4/4/19

Her warm smile and laughter will remain forever in our hearts

 

Michele Klepac posted on 4/4/19

I was blessed to meet Donna when my son and daughter in law, Matt and Jessica, moved into her beautiful home. Instantly, Donna became family. She showed so much love to my kids and welcomed them as her own. My deepest condolences to her family and friends. I am so sad for the loss of this precious and dear woman, but I am comforted by knowing her pain has ended. Donna, you are and will always be in our hearts. We love you.

 

Nancy Kiernan posted on 4/4/19

Dear Harry and family-“Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs.We are so sorry for your loss.” Nancy & John Kiernan

 

Donna & Sal Marino posted on 4/3/19

Donna was always the life of the party, her smile lit up the room. She was so kind & loving to us and our children. Our deepest condolences to Bessie & Steve who raised a beautiful. loving woman who touched so many lives. Anne, Steven & your families, your love of family and support of one another is a special blessing that got Donna through her toughest days. Donna brought joy to so many people, her bright light will shine in our hearts always. Rest peacefully dear friend.

 

Lydia Marendes posted on 4/3/19

Rest in peace Mrs. Jean Difranco. Rest with the Angel's and your lived ones. Be comforted by the Holy Spirit of God Almighty you Difranco family in the mighty name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth,Amen and Amen!!!

 

 

Liz delacruz posted on 4/3/19

Your contagious laugh will be missed as well as you.RIP my friend . Liz, Adam and Elijah

 

Myra Entenberg posted on 4/3/19

Good-bye my friend and the younger sister I never had. You put up a strong battle to the end.

 

Myra Entenberg posted on 4/3/19

Good bye my little sister and best friend. You put up a strong battle to the end

 

 

Susan Weiss posted on 4/3/19

Donna. My dearest friend since I’m 11. Our laughs our cries. Will never forget your smile your strength in everything you did. Love and light my bestie. Keep smiling down on all of us. Keep your strength on me until we meet again. Will love and Miss you forever. ❤️

 

 

Susan Weiss posted on 4/3/19

Donna. My bestie since I was 11 and you 14. A lot of good memories will never forget you taking care of Danielle for me. Will never forget the laughs and sad times. I will smile for you. Love and light always. Until we see each other again. You rest my friend you forever. Make sure you keep your strength on me susieQ. ❤️

 

 

Jill brogan posted on 4/3/19

Too many holidays/special family events count shared with Donna. She always brightened up the room with her vivacious personality. I always looked forward to seeing her!

 

Lisa Martignetti posted on 4/3/19

Heartfelt sympathy and love from my family to yours.

 

Kathy Lisi posted on 4/3/19

You touched the hearts of many people. Rest in peace.

 

 

Kathy Lisi posted on 4/3/19

In 2003 my Dad passed away. It was just before Palm Sunday. Jean made a cross from the palms that Palm Sunday, a gift to me. It was one of the best gifts I ever received. My Dad always gave me a palm cross for Palm Sunday. She did not know this. 16 years later I still have the palm cross that I will cherish forever. You will always have a special place in my heart. Rest in peace.

 

The Arciola Family posted on 4/2/19

Dear Family, We want to send our sincere condolences, love and prayers. We have such wonderful memories of your family. God Bless all of you in this difficult time. Love, Cookie, Jessica,Christine and Denise.

 

 

Harold Di Dio posted on 4/2/19

Miss you already, Mom.

 

 

Harold Di Dio posted on 4/2/19

Miss you already!!

 

Paula Adragna posted on 4/2/19

Missing you so much mom.

 

Silvia Cristo posted on 4/2/19

I'm so sorry for your loss and may your mom Rest in God's Eternal Peace <3 Wishing you Peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart <3 Love Always, Silvia Cristo

 

Costa and Katina Papademetriou posted on 4/2/19

Our Deepest Condolences to Jimmy Resvanis and his family. May his memory be eternal.

 

 

Paula Adragna posted on 4/2/19

My you rest in in heaven with our Lord.

 

Michael Tomalaris posted on 4/2/19

Suzie Lych was born Vasilica Tomalaris on May 21, 1921. She was the second of five siblings born in Ploiesti, Romania. Her father was a bricklayer. Her mother a housewife. Both parents were Greek-born who moved to Romania in the early part of the 20th century where they settled in a small apartment. Suzie had four bothers - Michael, Florian, George and Alex. Her only sister (my mother) was Marika. Susie grew up in Romania where she went to school and immediately showed an interest in dressmaking. It's a desire that became an obsession and one she carried for her entire life. Along with her entire family Suzie lived through - and survived - the ravages of World War 2. The rich oil fields of Ploiesti a prime target for the Nazi regime. Suzie often recalled of the times she and her siblings would hide from the horrors of the forces of the German soldiers, followed by the tanks of the advancing Soviet Union, and finally the waves of air strikes and bombs dropped from the Allies led by the United States. It was a horrible time in Suzie's life. Sadly, her father didn't see the end of the war - a victim of a food poisoning outbreak which swept through Romania in 1945. It was in 1947 when the family was accepted a post-war application to emigrate from Romania. 26 year-old Suzie, along her parents and siblings, left Ploiesti and travelled to Greece where they waited for immigration documents to be submitted. At the time she had no idea where in the world the papers would send her. The family was ultimately granted an opportunity to emigrate to Australia in 1950. However, when Suzie's brother was declined entry to Australia after contracting a lung infection, she made the decision to join brother Florian and accept entry into the United States. It was also during her three year stay in Greece where Suzie met her future husband, Nick. But they were temporarily separated when Nick was forced to stay behind after Suzie jumped on a ship set sailed for a new life in America. She arrived in Manhattan and instantly made New York City her home. Her mother and three of her brothers chose to live in Rochester (upstate New York) Susie waited for Nick's arrival and found the home in Crescent Street, Astoria they would both live in for the rest of their days. Susie instantly fell in love with New York and opened up a business in Manhattan. She capitalized on her skills as a dress maker and fashion designer to the point where her business grew to great heights. She was highly regarded and highly respected in the industry. Suzie became a US citizen and embraced the American culture and lifestyle of New York. Yet, despite her industry success, Suzie often spoke at how she missed the rest of her family based in Australia. Her mother and brothers died in the 1970s and 1980s in Rochester. But Suzie was shaken by the sudden death of her younger sister Marika, who was taken in 1982 under tragic circumstances. It was here when she made her first visit to Australia to attend the funeral and an opportunity to meet the growing tribe of off-spring raised from her deceased sister and youngest brother, Alex. Her visits subsequently increased as a result. Quite often she would be persuaded to permanently re-locate and re-unite with her Australian family. But as the years passed, Nick's health deteriorated, and so it was difficult for Suzie to leave home. Even after Nick's death in 1989, Suzie often thought at the idea moving - but never did. After retiring, she lived her elder years as a familiar member of the Astoria community. Everyone knew Suzie - especially the neighbours who shared her apartment block. She would often describe them as "family." Suzie and Nick never had children, nonetheless she was healthy, generally happy and never far from sharing an opinion about politics. Safe to say she leaned slightly to the right in her political views. The general consensus among us was she would live to see her 100th birthday. Yet, at 97 Suzie lived a full life. She loved life as a New Yorker. She was a woman of pedigree - a true survivor! We loved her. We will miss her. But Suzie Lych will never be forgotten.

 

Michael Tomalaris posted on 4/2/19

Suzie Lych was born Vasilica Tomalaris on May 21, 1921. She was the second of five siblings born in Ploiesti, Romania. Her father was a bricklayer. Her mother a housewife. Both parents were Greek-born who moved to Romania in the early part of the 20th century where they settled in a small apartment. Suzie had four bothers - Michael, Florian, George and Alex. Her only sister (my mother) was Marika. Susie grew up in Romania where she went to school and immediately showed an interest in dressmaking. It's a desire that became an obsession and one she carried for her entire life. Along with her entire family Suzie lived through - and survived - the ravages of World War 2. The rich oil fields of Ploiesti a prime target for the Nazi regime. Suzie often recalled of the times she and her siblings would hide from the horrors of the forces of the German soldiers, followed by the tanks of the advancing Soviet Union, and finally the waves of air strikes and bombs dropped from the Allies led by the United States. It was a horrible time in Suzie's life. Sadly, her father didn't see the end of the war - a victim of a food poisoning outbreak which swept through Romania in 1945. It was in 1947 when the family was accepted a post-war application to emigrate from Romania. 26 year-old Suzie, along her parents and siblings, left Ploiesti and travelled to Greece where they waited for immigration documents to be submitted. At the time she had no idea where in the world the papers would send her. The family was ultimately granted an opportunity to emigrate to Australia in 1950. However, when Suzie's brother was declined entry to Australia after contracting a lung infection, she made the decision to join brother Florian and accept entry into the United States. It was also during her three year stay in Greece where Suzie met her future husband, Nick. But they were temporarily separated when Nick was forced to stay behind after Suzie jumped on a ship set sailed for a new life in America. She arrived in Manhattan and instantly made New York City her home. Her mother and three of her brothers chose to live in Rochester (upstate New York) Susie waited for Nick's arrival and found the home in Crescent Street, Astoria they would both live in for the rest of their days. Susie instantly fell in love with New York and opened up a business in Manhattan. She capitalized on her skills as a dress maker and fashion designer to the point where her business grew to great heights. She was highly regarded and highly respected in the industry. Suzie became a US citizen and embraced the American culture and lifestyle of New York. Yet, despite her industry success, Suzie often spoke at how she missed the rest of her family based in Australia. Her mother and brothers died in the 1970s and 1980s in Rochester. But Suzie was shaken by the sudden death of her younger sister Marika, who was taken in 1982 under tragic circumstances. It was here when she made her first visit to Australia to attend the funeral and an opportunity to meet the growing tribe of off-spring raised from her deceased sister and youngest brother, Alex. Her visits subsequently increased as a result. Quite often she would be persuaded to permanently re-locate and re-unite with her Australian family. But as the years passed, Nick's health deteriorated, and so it was difficult for Suzie to leave home. Even after Nick's death in 1989, Suzie often thought at the idea moving - but never did. After retiring, she lived her elder years as a familiar member of the Astoria community. Everyone knew Suzie - especially the neighbours who shared her apartment block. She would often describe them as "family." Suzie and Nick never had children, nonetheless she was healthy, generally happy and never far from sharing an opinion about politics. Safe to say she leaned slightly to the right in her political views. The general consensus among us was she would live to see her 100th birthday. Yet, at 97 Suzie lived a full life. She loved life as a New Yorker. She was a woman of pedigree - a true survivor! We loved her. We will miss her. But Suzie Lych will never be forgotten. Michael Tomalaris English Premier League UEFA Champions League French Open Tennis US Open Tennis

 

Michael Tomalaris posted on 4/2/19

Dearest Suzie. We knew you all our lives but knew very little about you. You love us so much from afar. on the rare occasion you visited your family in Australia you expressed love and care like you belonged. You'll be missed. Love always from your nephew Michael, Patricia and great-nieces Natasha and Chelsea.

 

Karoline Essapour posted on 4/1/19

I’m so sorry, my deepest condolences to the entire family. She will be missed ❤️

 

 

Paula Taylor posted on 4/1/19

Rest In Peace uncle Teddy. Love you Paula

 

Paula Adragna posted on 4/1/19

My dear Mom, You will always know how much I miss you and you will always be on my mind and always be in my heart. I love you so much and please rest in piece in heaven with all our family that we all loved. Love always your daughter Paula

 

 

Torres Family posted on 4/1/19

We will keep you in our heats and mind always. Ágape/Philia ❤️

 

thomas stamatelos posted on 4/1/19

Uncle Teddy, you left us way too soon. Thank you for the countless hours you spent helping me plant trees and flowers and for all the Greek coffee we drank together. You will never be forgotten!!!

 

Joanne Zavadosky posted on 4/1/19

So sorry for your loss. Jean was a beautiful lady. She was blessed with a long life and a beautiful family. May she rest in peace. God bless Jean.

 

Elaine schwartz posted on 4/1/19

She was an amazing woman rembered she invited me and my mother and father a d father for Diner. Paula and I remained friends for all tóese Year She was a wonderful mom and Williams She was a wonderful mother and may she rest in place. Love Elaine

 

Jean Ann DIFranco posted on 3/31/19

Grandma I will love you always and forever and ever god be with you always xo once upon a time we will see you again

 

 

Gina posted on 3/31/19

A million wonderful memories with you my Loving Grandma.. you will always be in my heart ... So short grammy❤️

 

Bob& Kathy Coco posted on 3/30/19

Vin , sorry to hear bad news , our sincere condolences to you and your family

 

Frances Close posted on 3/30/19

Always a smile and pleasant chat. “Just feeding the babies” with her little bag of bread and peanuts. You will be missed Elizabeth! R I P. Deepest Condolences to the family.

 

 

Telisha Girdhari posted on 3/28/19

Helen, you'll be sadly missed. You were a great companion, cared for, loved for. Sleep in peace my dear lady. You will forever be in my heart.

 

 

Efstathopoulos Family posted on 3/28/19

Eternal be his memory! ✝️

 

Rosemary Smith-Rampino posted on 3/28/19

Tony I am so sorry to hear about your dad's passing. My condolences to you and your family

 

Dan Buffa posted on 3/27/19

My deepest sympathies to the Spuler family. May he Rest In Peace .

 

Anastasi Patmanidis posted on 3/27/19

In loving memory of a great person, Paul Vouyoukas, we wish him peace and eternal life, he will be sincerely missed.........

 

 

Kathy O’Connor posted on 3/27/19

Joe I’m glad we got to meet and catch up after so many years. God does work in strange ways. Until we meet again.

 

 

Ana & Ricky Abbott posted on 3/27/19

In loving memory of Joeseph Spuler May this candle light your way. Blessings to you and your Family.

 

Mary Thompson posted on 3/27/19

I'm so sad to hear of Joe's passing. He was a good, kind man who was devoted to his wife and family. May happy memories comfort you. May Joe rest in peace in heaven,

 

 

HITESH K AGRAWAL posted on 3/27/19

I am sad to hear the news...May his soul rest in peace...may my prayers ease the pain of your loss.

 

Aunt Dottie, Barney and Debbie posted on 3/26/19

Even though we cannot be there our broken hearts are with all of you. We love him, we will miss him, and we will never forget him. Now there’s an empty space in our hearts.

 

Winnie & Mike Klein posted on 3/26/19

Though there no words to ease your pain, remember that he is now in heaven, in Gods loving arms where he is now at peace. My prayers and sympathy to you and your family. We wish you the gift of a memory whenever you need to know, the one you love still walks with you wherever you may go. With heartfelt condolences, Winnie and Mike Klein Family

 

Laura Seeger Sperber posted on 3/26/19

My prayers for peace and healing are with you all. I have such fond memories of you all at your home. Such a great family. My love to all. Laura

 

Patty Rizzo posted on 3/26/19

To all of the Spuler Family, Joe will always be remembered fondly. He was a wonderful Godfather to Ricky and we will remember all of the many holidays and Pocono trips spent together. Our hearts are filled with sorrow for your family. Joe will be missed.

 

Michael & Joanne Sutton posted on 3/25/19

We are saddened to hear of the sudden loss to the Spuler family. We have many fond memories of Joe, as a couple he helped us develop our relationship through the church at pre-cana... 40 years ago! We’ve spent many fun and memorable Christmas Eve celebrations together, during my teen years I spent many fun times at the Spuler household. Rest peacefully Joseph, you will be missed! ❤️

 

 

Ceasar and Carol Andofi posted on 3/25/19

Michael you will be missed.

 

Imperina and Rod Yazzie posted on 3/23/19

My deepest condolences dear cousins. Ugo has held a special place in the family since forever. I remember when he arrived from Italy and how he loved to play his trumpet. Always the quiet steady presence with a surprising wit that would often catch you off guard. Although the time comes to each of us, it is hard to let go. 86 is a good long life but we wish he could have stayed with us longer. I only wish I could have traveled from Arizona to be present for the services. Rod and I send our love to you. We pray that you will be strong enough to endure this time of sorrow and find a way to celebrate his life.

 

Priscilla T. posted on 3/22/19

To the family of Panagiotis Kougianos, I offer my sincerest condolences. Enduring the loss of a loved one in death is a burden far too heavy to bear alone. As you face such trying circumstances, Psalm 55:22 encourages you to "throw your burden on Jehovah(God), and he will sustain you". May the hopeful words He has promised at Isaiah 25:8 help sustain you in your time of grief.-jw.org

 

Priscilla T. posted on 3/22/19

To the family of Steven Mann, I offer my deepest apologies. Suffering the loss of a loved one in death can bring great emotional and mental unrest. However, Philippians 4:6, 7 gives the assurance that "by prayer...the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers". May you find such peace through prayer and through the comforting words promised at 1 Corinthians 15:26 in your time of grief.-jw.org

 

Priscilla T. posted on 3/22/19

To the family of Edna T. Casaccio, I offer my heartfelt condolences. Suffering the loss of a loved one in death brings much pain and turmoil. However, Psalm 9:9 gives the assurance, God is "a secure refuge in times of distress". May the comforting words He has promised at Revelation 21:4, 5 provide you such refuge during this most distressing time.-jw.org

 

Stuart Baum posted on 3/21/19

Edna Casaccio lived a life of "Goodness". She was a true woman of Valor. I will miss your many kind ways. You were special to me.

 

Dave Cremin posted on 3/21/19

RIP Tiny. You were a fixture in Astoria as long as I've been living here. You will be missed. Heartfelt Condolences to the McMenahin family

 

Jeff Nesmith posted on 3/20/19

I worked with Loraine briefly and adored her. Finding out about her passing was a surprise as I was trying to get in touch to see her again. I was missing her, her positive energy, her warmth. When we last spoke in late 2015 she was in a great place. In love and excited about the future. I looked forward to basking in her beautiful energy again. Tonight I'll burn a yellow candle in her honor her creativity, her light, and her inspiring spirit. Thank you.

 

Maria & Jorge Roque posted on 3/20/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and Nicholas during this difficult time. May God Rest her Soul. Your cousins, Maria & Jorge

 

Eileen Noble posted on 3/20/19

I am very sorry for your loss. Tiny was larger than life. I will miss his smiling face!

 

 

MARIA VAZQUEZ posted on 3/20/19

Sending you lots of love and comfort, we are so sorry for your loss.

 

MARIA VAZQUEZ posted on 3/20/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. Cores-Vazquez family

 

Dimitri Dimitriades posted on 3/20/19

Rest in Peace my friend. Will always remember your gentle smile and friendly way.

 

Papaseraphim Family posted on 3/20/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Deepest condolences. RIP. Love Niko Grace Stephanie and Lucy

 

Mauryne Cecilia Horan posted on 3/20/19

Always down to earth and had a heart of gold. Love and condolences to his family and friends.

 

Rose Lyons posted on 3/20/19

Still can't believe your gone, you will truly be missed. May you forever rest in Jesus's loving arms

 

 

Anna & Harry Papaioannou posted on 3/20/19

May his memories be eternal ❤️

 

Fernando & Melinda posted on 3/19/19

So sorry for your loss ❤️

 

Kostakis posted on 3/19/19

Gia Gia I will never forget you ,your the light that we all should follow and the good in all of us comes from you

 

P.T. posted on 3/19/19

My deepest condolences. Rest in peace.

 

MAGDALENA Watkins posted on 3/19/19

Our thoughts and prayers with you and your family Love James and MAGDALENA

 

Vicky Vagenas posted on 3/19/19

With Deepest Sympathy. May You Rest in Peace.

 

Neil Benson posted on 3/19/19

I'm so sorry My first childhood friend Tiny

 

 

Mike posted on 3/19/19

The first time I met Luis I had never been on a bike. He was so nice and gave me the confidence to ride. He really took his time. That was 5 years ago. May you rest in peace.my friend and thank you for everything

 

 

Lissette Santos posted on 3/19/19

My Condolences and Prayer to the Entire Familia. RIP

 

Eleni Alexiadou Hatzis posted on 3/19/19

Sweet Gefsimani. One of the sweetest people I have known since I came to America. You were my mom’s very good friend. You are all together now. With thea Anasta and thea Polixeni and my parents. We will miss your sweet smile. You were loved by your family. My deepest sympathy to your family.

 

Ellen Klidonas posted on 3/19/19

My deepest condolences to all of the family.She was such a good and nice person. May she Rest In Peace

 

Bob Racle posted on 3/19/19

Will miss you you were the best in what you did

 

 

Joanna milienos posted on 3/18/19

To our Beloved Uncle we will always remember you and keep you in our hearts forever...

 

 

Deborah Goodman posted on 3/16/19

In loving memory of Zbysek, a caring and devoted family member.

 

Marcello posted on 3/16/19

Ughino, Ti ho sempre voluto bene!

 

Anne McCormack Akey Brady posted on 3/16/19

So sorry Valerie to hear of Minnie's passing, I only have sweet memories of how sweet he was. You & your family will be remembered in my prayers & blessings during this difficult time. Anne

 

 

Silvia D'Amato posted on 3/16/19

Ciao zio Ugo, ti voglio bene.

 

Pasquale D'Amato posted on 3/16/19

Jesus, we thank you for the gift of such a special man. Careful husband, caring father, affectionate grandfather and loving uncle. Born in Italy and emigrated to the USA in the 60s, he loved us with a big heart without ever sparing himself. Friend of all, always smiling and ready to reach out and help those in need. We will remember him for his smiles and his joy of living, because even if he is no longer among us, he will always remain alive in our hearts. "A tear evaporates, a flower on the grave withers, a prayer for His soul is gathered by God" (cit. Sant 'Agostino). Pasquale, Nicoletta e Silvia D'Amato from Bellona (ITALY).

 

JAMES BYRNE posted on 3/16/19

We've known him and Val about 50 years and he was always friendly and smiling.They were great neighbors and friends.He will be missed.

 

 

Rebecca Chiu posted on 3/15/19

RIP Sonia With our deepest sympathy Rebecca Chiu and Family

 

Rebecca Chiu posted on 3/15/19

Nathalie and Family, I am so sorry for your loss :( RIP Sonia Our condolences and prayers are with you and your family With our deepest sympathy Rebecca Chiu and Carlos

 

Nina posted on 3/15/19

A beautiful man who will be sorely missed. I’m so very sorry ❤️

 

 

Grace Bornaccini posted on 3/15/19

I love you Nonno

 

Rina posted on 3/15/19

My heart is broken. There are no words to describe how much he meant to me. He was devoted to my mother for almost 60 years. He was a kind father who loved me and my sister more than anything. He was a proud Nonno who was over the moon when he saw his "Gracie". An accepting and loving Father-In -Law. Gentle, Quiet, Artist, Stylish, Devoted, Husband, Father, Nonno, Uncle, Brother, Son, My Dad. .

 

Eva and Andrew Zaleski posted on 3/14/19

Your Memory. Dear family. Tomorrow March 15. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you. Eva and Andrew Zaleski from Florida

 

Eva and Andrew Zaleski posted on 3/14/19

Dear family. Tomorrow March 15th we will be in thpughts and preyers with you all.

 

Marilin Intriago posted on 3/14/19

May God put Him in a special place where He will be watching Us, the people who loved and cherished Him.

 

 

Christian Flores posted on 3/14/19

Thank you for some of the best and funniest memories I have ever had. You will be missed Brother!

 

Debora Bailey posted on 3/13/19

I am truly sorry for your loss, please accept my sincere condolences. I hope the Honeyman family find comfort and strength in Jesus promise along with our Heavenly Father Jehovah of the earthly resurrection found at John 5:28, 29, when death will be eliminated forever found at  Revelations 21:4. Truly, what a glorious and almost unbelievable day that will be! It's a reality though for God cannot lie!

 

Debora Bailey posted on 3/13/19

I am truly sorry for your loss, please accept my sincere condolences. I hope the Lundgren family find comfort and strength in Jesus promise along with our Heavenly Father Jehovah of the earthly resurrection found at John 5:28, 29, when death will be eliminated forever found at  Revelations 21:4. Truly, what a glorious and almost unbelievable day that will be! It's a reality though for God cannot lie!

 

Noreen Pickford posted on 3/13/19

God Bless my Godfather "Uncle Vinny". I hope you are at peace!

 

Deana LaMons posted on 3/13/19

My sincere condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Jerzy Szreniawski posted on 3/12/19

Niech Mu ziemia lekka bedzie Jurek Szreniawski

 

Jamie Marigliano posted on 3/12/19

Very sorry to hear so many great memories, my condolences to you all.

 

 

joan Ehrlich posted on 3/11/19

you were the one that I always went to growing up!! we would sing the craziest songs. you were always there to listen....always love and always will think of u

 

Brigid & Glen Harding posted on 3/11/19

At times like these, we struggle to find the right words to provide the comfort we so desperately want to provide. We hope that you find it a comfort to know that others care and know we are here to support you in any way that we can.

 

Carmel Brandeis posted on 3/11/19

Thank you dear Annie for all your love~ kindness & friendship! Love Carmel Mary xxxx

 

Bina Carlucci posted on 3/11/19

My sincerest condolences to your family. He was a well loved man.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 3/11/19

Deepest condolences to the Dimarco family and friends for the loss of your loved one Carmela. Very soon Jesus Christ will resurrect the loved ones we have lost in death back to life Acts 24:15; John 5:28, 29, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21: 1-5.

 

 

Jo & Millie Perota posted on 3/9/19

Please accept our deepest condolences in the passing of your father

 

Lydia Jensen posted on 3/9/19

Tony, so sorry for your loss. Your dad is in my prayers, and you are too. Lydia

 

Ali posted on 3/9/19

Heartfelt condolences. May the God who comforts those that mourn sustain you during this difficult time. (Matthew 5:4) Respectfully,

 

The Davey Family posted on 3/8/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this most difficult time. May all the wonderful memories you shared with Dolly bring you some comfort.

 

Ali posted on 3/8/19

My condolences. During this difficult time, may thoughts and prayers from family and friends help each of you to find the comfort needed to cope with your grief. (2 Cor.1:3, 4) Respectfully,

 

 

Susan cooke posted on 3/7/19

I love you friend

 

Dennis Mathewson posted on 3/7/19

I am so sorry to hear of your great loss. Recently I lost my dear mother, and found comfort in the Holy Bible, like at Isaiah 25 verse 8 - "The Sovereign Lord will swallow up death forever,, and wipe away the tears from all faces." Also at Revelation 21 verse 4 we find God's promise to remove both pain and death. For more comfort, I turn to the website at: www.jw.org (Search: Comfort)

 

 

Janine Breivogel Videtto posted on 3/7/19

Our sincerest condolences to your family, your Mom was an amazing woman, full of strength, intelengence, beauty and love! She brought a wonderful family into this world too! She will be greatly missed but always remembered and never forgotten!

 

 

Maraki posted on 3/7/19

I will forever have you in my heart pappou and remember how you did anything for me and your other grandchildren. See you one day pappou...

 

 

Heather Heard posted on 3/6/19

Thinking of You Loraine... Heather xo

 

Connie posted on 3/6/19

I am sorry that I cannot be with you but please accept my sincere condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Ashley Rappold posted on 3/6/19

Rahma always had a smile on her face every time she greeted me. I’m going to miss walking down to Big Rock Beach and not seeing Rahma with her sun hat on enjoying the beautiful beach days. My thoughts and prayers are with you Bobby during this difficult time. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories for you to cherish in your heart forever.

 

Ashley Rappold posted on 3/6/19

Rahma was such a wonderful person, she always had a smile on her face with a warm greeting every time we saw each other. Rahma will be missed deeply and Wading River beach will not be the same without her. We are so sorry for your loss Bobby. We are wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. <3 Ashley and Brian

 

John C Murphy (J C) posted on 3/6/19

May you Rest in Peace Ray...thank you for the friendship ..you were always a TRUE FRIEND ,,as the saying goes "through thick and thin".. Sincere condolences to all who knew and appreciated you in life.

 

Brigitte Summerville posted on 3/6/19

So sorry for your loss

 

 

Carmela and clsudio posted on 3/6/19

Our prayers are with you . Big hug ❤️❤️

 

Adrienne Pellegrino posted on 3/6/19

So sorry for your May your Dad RIP!

 

Juanita Tomlinson posted on 3/5/19

Sorry for your loss of a great man. I remember him very well as a very kind man. I was very happy to be able to see him in New York years ago. May your memories bring you peace at this sad time.

 

Annie Groller posted on 3/5/19

So sorry Jenny and love to Phillip and George also. Know that our love thoughts and prayers are with all of you. ❤️ Annie and John agroller and Alexandria Michael and Katherine Eliades to

 

Cathy and Fran Eiring and family posted on 3/5/19

We have only known Rahma for the past ten years but in all those years we have never known a more kinder and thoughtful person. She always looked for the good in everyone. She will surely be missed. Our prayers are with Bob and her family.

 

Alan Woodruff posted on 3/5/19

Elizabeth will be well remembered for being the matriarch of such a wonderful family. My love, thoughts and prayers go out to all of Barry clan in this difficult time.

 

MARY PARENTE FROM GARDEN BAY MANOR {MAINTENANCE OFFICE} posted on 3/5/19

MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY, I WAS SO SURPRISE TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR LOST, I USE TO LOVE TALKING TO RAHMA {WE JOKED ALOT}

 

Maria Morales posted on 3/5/19

Dear Gloria: May God Help you and be with you at this difficult time. So Sorry... Love you!

 

Mark Thompson posted on 3/5/19

So sorry for your loss, Bill. Did not know when I saw you on Saturday. Keeping you in my prayers.

 

Adriana Maldonado-Ramirez posted on 3/4/19

Our sincere condolences to entire Yong family. Mr. Don was the pillar of our neighborhood who cared and cherished all. He will be deeply missed but we will always keep his example of a husband, father, grandfather, son, uncle,gentleman and friend near our hearts.

 

Sonia Molina posted on 3/4/19

My sincere condolences to Susan Barry Conaghan and the family. I pray that her soul rest in peace!

 

Pat posted on 3/4/19

To Aunt Dolly, Your endless love and unyielding support were always there through my entire life. You were the only one left who could talk of our childhoods. You were my mom’s best friend and sister. I will ttreasure all my memories, anI will always miss you. ..”May the road rise to meet you, may the wind be always at your back , and may God hold you always in the hollow of His hand”

 

Christine Celenza posted on 3/4/19

I will always remember Barbara strutting into my room at the beginning of the work day with a grin on her face, to announce whatever was on her mind that day. It was our little ritual.She always made me laugh. She never disappointed. Roger and Jason I can't imagine how much you will miss this strong funny lady... .

 

Art Xanthos posted on 3/4/19

Mrs. Young, Mark, Zoe, Tate, and Pippa - We are deeply heartbroken at the passing of Mr. Young - your husband, dad, father in law, and grandfather. He was a beautiful soul who always had a kind word and a great story for everyone he met. He also may have been the only man who could compete in softball with players thirty years younger than he was(!) We pray that your memories of him will bring you comfort in the sad times. With all our love, Colleen, Arty and family.

 

Camille Owner Of Phone posted on 3/4/19

I met Don recently and quickly became fond of this gentle, religious and kind man. May he rest in peace.

 

Charles Capetanakis posted on 3/4/19

καλό ταξίδι φίλe μου we are all going to miss you but will never forget you

 

Susan Strassberg posted on 3/4/19

Dolly was a great influence and support in my life, she will always be in my heart. Dolly gave me one of the greatest gifts of my life a friendship with Debbie, Susie and Ellen and I thanked her for that magnificent gift.

 

 

Judith Wolfe posted on 3/3/19

We were so saddened by the news of Angelo's passing. Sending love and prayers to you all. Love, Judy & Joe Wolfe & family

 

Lorraine Melnick posted on 3/3/19

My sincerest sympathy to you & your family. Warm & healing hugs

 

Kathi Hoffman posted on 3/3/19

My deepest sorrow for your loss ! She lived a full life, With many wonderful memories...

 

Barbara DeFranco posted on 3/1/19

Loraine and I became fast friends after we met through our mutual photo editor friend Susanne Rieth. I deeply regret not having the chance to say goodbye. I guess I just really felt she would beat this. Loraine was a loving, giving, thoughtful sweetheart and my heart is broken.

 

 

Brenda posted on 3/1/19

May beautiful Loraine be in freedom and pure love now.

 

andria and scott cooper posted on 3/1/19

So sad and we are so sorry, but we are in awe of the gallant fight that Barbara led and the continuing total support you gave to your love.

 

Katherine Cavallacci posted on 2/28/19

I will miss my Thea Nana! She was an amazing soul! Her contagious laughter is what I'll miss most. I'm happy you are no longer suffering and are with God. Jerry and Stelios will now have two beautiful angels watching over them. RIP Thea <3 Love you always, Katerina

 

 

Deborah posted on 2/28/19

My deepest condolences to the Pavich family, I’m so very sorry for your loss. Loraine will be sorely missed, she had such a beautiful spirit. RIP my friend.. <3

 

Ruby M. posted on 2/28/19

Familia Diaz, Perder a un ser querido nos llena de muchas emociones, y sobre todo tristeza. Pero en La Biblia nos confirma que Dios comprende nuestra angustia. “Los ojos de Jehová están hacia los justos, y sus oídos están hacia su clamor por ayuda” (Salmo 34:15). Orar a Dios para expresarle nuestros sentimientos es más que una buena terapia o una manera de organizar nuestros pensamientos. Que bonito es saber que Jehová está a nuestro lado para animarnos y fortalecernos. Favor de recibir mis más sinceras condolencias.

 

Ruby M. posted on 2/28/19

Familia Jiménez, Perder a un ser querido nos llena de muchas emociones, y sobre todo tristeza. Pero en La Biblia nos confirma que Dios comprende nuestra angustia. “Los ojos de Jehová están hacia los justos, y sus oídos están hacia su clamor por ayuda” (Salmo 34:15). Orar a Dios para expresarle nuestros sentimientos es más que una buena terapia o una manera de organizar nuestros pensamientos. Que bonito es saber que Jehová está a nuestro lado para animarnos y fortalecernos. Favor de recibir mis más sinceras condolencias.

 

Lowe Family posted on 2/28/19

We extend our heartfelt condolences to all of Barbara’s family. In this difficult moment may God be your refuge and strength, A help that is readily found in your time of sorrow. - Psalm 46:1

 

 

Anna Bakertcy Kladakis posted on 2/27/19

Until we meet again Loraine. May you rest in eternal peace.

 

Anna Bakertcy Kladakis posted on 2/27/19

My sincere condolences to Paulina, your Mom, Dad, brothers and all of her close family as well as friends. Lorraine was a stunningly gorgeous woman with a kind heart. I enjoyed speaking with her and am thankful that I had the chance to have known her in this lifetime. Lorraine, thank you for always being kind to me. You have touched my heart and I will NEVER forget you. I’m so sorry that I couldn’t come say goodbye personally. Fly high beautiful. ♥️

 

 

Marie Caballero - SJP Class of 90 posted on 2/27/19

My thoughts and prayers are with the Pavich family. Loraine was such an inspiration and her battle was fought so valiantly.

 

Miriam Franklin McGettrick posted on 2/27/19

We are so sorry for your loss, Roger and Jason. Barb will always be a shining, beautiful light - so full of laughter and love. May you find strength in knowing she affected everyone in the most wonderful way and will always be with all who had the great fortune of calling her friend.

 

Nikki Rothwell posted on 2/27/19

Loraine was the most strongest, bravest lady I have ever known, a true warrior woman, her beautiful soul has touched my life forever, I will miss her so, I send my love thoughts and prayers to her loved ones, she was one of a kind, truly incredible. RIP dearest, graceful, sweet Loraine xxx

 

 

Vincent Olsen posted on 2/26/19

God always lights our way. My thoughts are with you Maggie and my prayers.

 

Vincent Olsen posted on 2/26/19

Dear Maggie and Family My deepest sympathies in this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you. With Love Vinnie

 

Kathy Weinman posted on 2/26/19

I just found out today about Alex's passing. We taught together in Immaculate Conception. I am so sorry to hear she is gone

 

Paul Oratofsky posted on 2/26/19

So sorry about this, Roger. You're a good trooper, and it seemed you two were just getting started (even though you were together a few years.) May you heal quickly and regain your bearings. My heart goes out to you.

 

Gil posted on 2/26/19

Dear Loraine , I'm so sorry to hear about this. You have been on my mind often. Always hoping and praying you were well. We haven't seen each other in a few years. We have known each other since kindergarten. I will always remember you and will continue to think about you. My mother always remembered you and is saddened as well . You were always sweet and smiling. I'm happy we were able to see each other through the years. My heart and my mother's heart go out to you and your family. God bless you all.. With Love Gil and Dariel

 

Cindy stumpo posted on 2/25/19

We love you! Stumpo family

 

Olga Grafakos & Family posted on 2/25/19

Words cannot describe what we are feeling. You were loved and adored by so many and your passing is a huge loss to us all. I give my condolences to your entire family. Rest in eternal peace my dear friend Loraine - we love you and will remember you always.

 

Madeline Robles posted on 2/25/19

Talking through Instagram and being inspired by your beautiful smile and amazing courage. Even though we didn't get to meet in person I felt a connection to you every time I read your beautiful inspirational comments. My condolences to your Mom and entire family, God has truly gained an awesome Warrior.

 

Gigi Solis posted on 2/25/19

Loraine - you were such a light and a lover of life. Your optimism was infectious. I'm wishing for you peace, my friend. I miss you.

 

Gigi posted on 2/25/19

Loraine, you were such a light and lover of life. You're an inspiration and I wish for you much peace. You'll always be in my hear. I miss you.

 

Lucy Edwards posted on 2/25/19

Dear Loraine I will miss you always. Thank you for being such an amazing friend. My love and prayers to your family at this time.

 

Martha Perez posted on 2/25/19

Por medio de este pequeno mensaje me permito expresar mis sinceras condolencias por la perdida de su ser querido. se que son momentos muy dificiles. pero quiero compartir con ustedes una promesa que nos dice Jehova Dios en la Revelacion 21:4 Y Dios limpiara toda lagrima de sus ojos y la muerte no sera mas ni existira ya mas lamento ni clamor ni dolor las cosas anteriores han pasado. y Jehova Dios tambien va a haber resurrecion. Atentamente sra Martha Perez

 

Martha Perez posted on 2/25/19

A la familia de Clemencia T Jimenez Por medio de este mensaje me permito expresar mis condolencias por la perdida de su ser querido no cabe duda que la muerte nos causa mucho dolor y tristeza pero quiero compartir con ustedes una maravillosa promesa que nos dice Revelacion 21:4 Y Dios limpiara toda lagrima de sus ojos y la muerte no sera mas ni existira ya mas lamento ni clamor ni dolor las cosas anteriores han pasado. como vemos Jehova Dios eliminara la muerte para siempre. y tambien le devolvera la vida a nuestros seres queridos que han muerto. Atentamente sra Martha Perez

 

Chris Conklin posted on 2/25/19

May you rest in peace my dear friend.. You will surely be missed by all whose lives you have touched. Love you, Chris

 

LISKULA COHEN posted on 2/25/19

Rest In Peace my sweet angel. You are missed and my memories of you will be cherished forever.

 

 

Anna katich posted on 2/25/19

Wonderful person inside and out

 

 

Peter Langone posted on 2/25/19

I will always remember you smiling. Godspeed my old friend.❤️

 

 

Helen Drew posted on 2/24/19

RIP Lorraine, you have fought hard and touched many lives in your short time here. Rest now and God Bless You.

 

 

Glori H posted on 2/24/19

Rest in Peace Loraine.

 

 

Anita@Bruno Legovich posted on 2/24/19

Rest in peace, Loraine

 

Carlene Joasil posted on 2/24/19

To the Graziano family our sincerest condolences from Mount Sinai family.

 

 

vaghelis & barbara rigas posted on 2/24/19

Good bye GEORGE, on your eternal journey, good and happy memories from you, will always prevail in our mind, Vaghelis and Barbara Rigas from NEOS VOUTZAS, GREECE PS. We assure you that MAGGIE will be our beloved part of our family as long we live!

 

Darlene Marcucci posted on 2/24/19

Stjepan and Pavich Family, We are so sorry to hear of Loraine’s passing. Please accept our heartfelt Condolences. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you during this time. Deepest sympathy, Marcucci Family.

 

Bico Stupakoff posted on 2/24/19

I hope that now you are at peace, your struggle was huge, your courage was amazing, my feelings for you were true besides you never wanting to believe in it, today I say goodbye to you Loraine and in my heart I will always know what we were and what we lived... rest in peace Lolo, I will always remember you ❤️

 

Jill Koontz posted on 2/24/19

My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this unspeakably difficult time. With love

 

Janet posted on 2/24/19

Pokoj vječni daruj joj Gospodine i Svjetlost vječna neka joj svijetli. Počivala u miru Božjem. Amen

 

Gigi Pantelidis posted on 2/24/19

A dear high school friend that always smiled, and filled us with kindness!! She fought hard to be around her loved ones and to teach us all what brave and strong looks like!! My deepest condolences to the Pavich family.

 

Hazel Hurlock posted on 2/23/19

John was a wonderful person inside and out. The few months I spend caring for him I found him to be real man who never judged anyone.He was a real fun person. Rest in peace John.

 

 

Melissa posted on 2/23/19

Wonderful spirit and soul.

 

Despina posted on 2/23/19

A journey through life with commitment, integrity, perseverance, honor and ❤️ RIP

 

Raj Dave posted on 2/22/19

RIP

 

Christos Stavropoulos posted on 2/22/19

To my hero, my best friend, my mentor, and the man I aspire to be: thank you for your selfless sacrifice and being the best father. I will have you in my thoughts and heart forever. I love you.

 

Christos Stavropoulos posted on 2/22/19

To my hero, my best friend, and the man I aspire to be. Thank you Dad. You will always be in my thoughts and heart. I will celebrate and honor your gracious and fruitful life forever. I love you!

 

 

Despina Athanasiou-Kalafatis posted on 2/22/19

An incredible man, a caring husband, a devoted father and a loving human being. A life whose journey was filled with strength, dedication, commitment and endless love now R.I.P.

 

 

carl ross posted on 2/21/19

ou willv be miss mom love you so much you is great lady to know

 

Aurora Melendez de Preciado posted on 2/21/19

From Aurora Preciado: Adios hermano! Ya estaras reunido con mama papa y nuestros hermanos y hermanas

 

Rosario Bell posted on 2/21/19

Recuerdo a mi tio Victor siempre alegre y sonriente. El me llevava de la mano a la tienda en Chorrillos cuando yo era pequena. Mi tio Victor Tambien fue el que animo a mis padres a imigrar a este pais por lo tanto le estamos tremendamente agradecidos. Hasta pronto Tio Victor

 

irene arholekas posted on 2/21/19

She is a testament to the Greek American Dream. I would love to create a short documentary about her legacy. Please reach out greekamgirl@gmail.com

 

 

Julia Ayala posted on 2/21/19

Julia your spirit still shines brightly in my heart.

 

Asher posted on 2/21/19

Mike and Roe so very sorry for your loss, although I never met your mom always heard wonderful stories about her. May the lord bring you comfort at this time.

 

Joyce G. posted on 2/20/19

I have nothing but the fondest memories of el Tio Victor, a very kind and funny person. Te vamos a extranar mucho, Tio. RIP.

 

Christina Spanos posted on 2/20/19

Rest In Peace.

 

Frank & Marta Godla posted on 2/19/19

Dennis We are truly sorry to hear about your loss. Our hearts are filled with sorrow upon hearing the news Our extend deepest sympathies to you and your family. May the soul of your mother be at peace with our Heavenly Father. Your mother was a great woman and she will be truly missed and will always be remembered. Someone so special will not be forgotten, Those wonderful memories will live on forever

 

Frank & Marta Godla posted on 2/19/19

With Deepest Sympathy Nothing can replace the lost of a love one Someone so special will not be forgotten, Wonderful memories will live forever Keeping you and the family in my thoughs and prayers Sincerely Frank N Marta Godla

 

 

Louise & BARRY Zimmerman posted on 2/19/19

Aunt Lula you always worked very hard.Now it’s time to relax in Heaven with Uncle Dino.May you Rest In Peace and watch over all your children,grandchildren & great grandchildren

 

Felipe Alvarez posted on 2/19/19

I know Heaven must be beautiful right now...Because it has you in it. RIP

 

Terry Liaros posted on 2/19/19

Dearest cousins and family, we are all deeply saddened. I remember growing up as a kid a enjoying spending my summers with you.

 

Demmy posted on 2/19/19

Helen my heart is heavy for you and your family. So sorry for your loss.

 

DJ posted on 2/19/19

Not only did I lose my Yiayia, I lost my best friend. We had a very special relationship and I will cherish it always. I am who I am because of her, as we all are. If when my time comes, I pass at home surrounded by the people I love, I would consider myself eternally blessed. Yiayia was a fighter. From being an orphan in Greece, fighting to survive hunger, to fighting for her family, and her marriage. She never faced a battle she couldn't win. My grandmother didn't lose the Battle against Alzheimer's disease, she beat it successfully for over a decade. She succeeded in everything she fought for. And the fact that we are all here is a testament to that. As bad as the Alzheimer's was, as painful as her struggle was, her prayer at night was always the same. For God to take care of her children. She was the ideal Christian. Not in her perfection, but in her selflessness. Though she was suffering, she prayed to ease the pain of others. never once did she feel sorry for herself, or pray for her own well-being. It was always about her family. To Love like that is to see the face of God. We ask God, forgive her all her trespasses and take her to your glory. A place where pain and disease will never find her. A place where she will be surrounded by the love and laughter of those who passed before her, a place where she will continue, every night, to pray for her children. May her memory be as eternal as her love for us was.

 

Dante Preciado Meléndez posted on 2/18/19

Lindos recuerdos para siempre. Always remember you with affection and good memories. May your soul Rest In Peace. QEPD Tío Víctor.

 

Marta matias posted on 2/18/19

My condolences goes to the family of the Vourderis. I hope the family feels surrounded by much love and I’m going to miss her too.

 

William and Aristea Massey posted on 2/18/19

May her memory be eternal. May you and your family take comfort in knowing that she is watching over all she loved and held dear. Prayers to you and your family. Love you sweet lady ♥️♥️

 

Maria Lobrutto posted on 2/18/19

To the Lo Brutto family, We are so sorry for your lose. We are thinking of all of you at this difficult time. With our deepest sympathy, Eddie, Maria & Michelle Lo Brutto

 

Jean Chudzik posted on 2/17/19

Rest in peace Louisa. Thank you for everything you did for our family and for being a wonderful friend to my mom Jean Shevlin

 

 

Vivian and Ray Rodriguez posted on 2/15/19

Our throughts and prayers are with you and your family. We will miss her...

 

sandy posted on 2/14/19

rest in peace sweet lou

 

Peter posted on 2/14/19

peter@orbis.org

 

 

Angelo Graci posted on 2/14/19

Unfortunately, my aunt went to heaven early this morning. Not only was she my aunt, she was also like a second mom to me. She, along with my mother, helped raised me. My aunt and my mom were very close. Honestly, I’m still haven’t come to terms that she’s no longer here physically. Spiritually, I still feel her presence and I believe she’s my guardian angel.

 

Joe LoBrutto posted on 2/13/19

Mom, we love you with all our hearts. Angelo and I are proud to call ourselves your sons. You and dad came here and sacrificed everything for your kids. We’re eternally grateful for all the sacrifices you and dad made. You are truly a martyr. During these last 6 months we watched you fight and fight with tremendous valor. You’re stronger than I can ever be. Dad and I were with you and watched you take your last breath in the same home you raised me and Angelo in. It was a beautiful moment because the suffering stopped for you. Angelo and I did the best we could to take care of you during your final days, though there’s no way we could ever pay you back for giving your life to your children. Your physical shell may have expired, but you’re still here. You continue to live on through Ange, Zoe, and Giuseppina. And through the memories in our hearts. Love, Joe, Monica, and Zoe

 

 

Ambar Nicole posted on 2/13/19

Mr. Xikis was an extremely kind and generous man. It was unfortunate that we did not get to say goodbye. May he rest in peace as he will always remain in our hearts.

 

 

Familia Lopez Galvan posted on 2/13/19

God with you and she now with him and his angels.

 

 

Ana Martinez and Familia Martinez Lopez posted on 2/13/19

Receive a big hug from Familia Martinez Lopez.

 

Mark Leitner posted on 2/13/19

I miss you every day and will alway love you.

 

Young posted on 2/11/19

My family and I would like to extend our sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. May the true God mend your family crushed and broken hearts, and may your family find comfort in God promise of the resurrection.(John 6:40) Which assures us that we will see our loved ones again.

 

Allison Freehill posted on 2/11/19

John, Thea, Steve, Frank and the entire Stantyos family. Please accept my heartfelt condolence at the passing of your loving mother, sister and grandmother. Please remember her in life, not in death as she passes over to join her loved ones who have gone before her. Godspeed!

 

PASQUALE MOSSA posted on 2/11/19

Frank and brothers so sorry to hear about your moms passing. She will be missed

 

 

Carmen Beltre posted on 2/11/19

We miss u buddy! Rest in peace

 

Liliana Uzurin & Family posted on 2/10/19

Dear Lopez family Our deepest condolences on the loss of your loved one

 

Thomas Varughese posted on 2/10/19

John, sorry for your loss. Your mom is in a better place. May the Lord comfort you. Heartfelt condolences to you and your family members. May the the Lord fill your heart with the peace that passes all the understanding. God bless. Thomas & Sophie Varughese

 

Jay Himmelstein posted on 2/10/19

My deepest condolences to Izabela, Basia, Liliana, Frank, Serling, Eric and Julia. Rest In Peace Elwira.

 

Dennis Mathewson posted on 2/10/19

I am so sorry to hear of your great loss. Recently I lost my dear mother, and found comfort in the Holy Bible, like at Isaiah 25 verse 8 - "The Sovereign Lord will swallow up death forever, and wipe away the tears from all faces." Also at Revelation 21 verse 4 we find God's promise to remove both pain and death. For more comfort, I turn to the website at: www.jw.org (Search: Comfort)

 

May, Kenneth and David Grant posted on 2/9/19

We share your grief and will cherish Nieves' memory. She was so loving and caring to all, and a joy to be with.

 

 

Brent and Taylor Cusher posted on 2/8/19

Our deepest condolences to you and your whole family. Sending you love and prayers from your extended family in Oklahoma.

 

 

Maria Ines Dumas posted on 2/8/19

One of my best customers. I’ll always remember and miss her is customer service of City Fresh . To the family: sorry for your loss

 

Elaftheria Lisa Mavroukas posted on 2/7/19

Silipitiria. May his memory be eternal. O Theos na ton anapausei. Zoe se sas.

 

Bob and Francoise posted on 2/7/19

We have fond memories of John enjoying the wedding of Dino and Vanessa at their London wedding. Time flies and now we will miss him. Our sympathies to his family and friends at this sad time.

 

Christos Nezos posted on 2/7/19

Αντίο θείε. Καλό σου ταξίδι.

 

Kim Pettit posted on 2/7/19

Mr Prentas always had a smile. He was such a beautiful person. My deepest condolences to the Prentas family and all John’s friends.

 

 

The Waite Family posted on 2/7/19

Rest in Peace, Pappou...

 

George & Susan Gouvianakis posted on 2/7/19

I've had the privilege and honour of knowing this very special lady for over 45 years. Her strength, compassion, strong will and love for her family and friends is unsurpassed. My only wish is that her memory will be forever present with us all. Our most sincere condolences to her entire family.

 

CECILIA M ERVOLINO posted on 2/6/19

Our Heartfelt Sympathy for the Loss of Your Beloved Mother. May she Rest in Peace, always in our hearts.

 

 

Steve Bromley posted on 2/6/19

Rest In Peace Patrick. We went to St. Joe’s together!!

 

Shar posted on 2/5/19

I am so very sorry for gene’s family

 

Shar posted on 2/5/19

We met through a senior site

 

John Bonanno (Toronto) posted on 2/5/19

Aunt Pauline, you will be sorely missed. Whenever Aunt Pauline and Uncle Joe came to visit us in Toronto it was an event at our house. You were always so vibrant. Your visits always brought so much joy, especially to my dad (Ignazio). Rest In Peace.

 

 

EILEEN MIKE BRESLIN posted on 2/5/19

SO SORRY TO HEAR OF ANTHONY PASSING WE NEW HIM MANY MANY YEARS KIND THOUGHFUL MAN REST IN PEACE

 

Angie Lake posted on 2/4/19

Ethel helped my mother to deliver me at home, she was only eleven years old. We often reminisced about that very special memory of hers. Since then she's been an important part of my family history. I have cherished our decades together. I admired her love of family, wit and strength. She will always be a very happy part of my life. May she rest in peace.

 

 

Georgiana Telegadis del Busto posted on 2/4/19

I will always cherish your strong and vibrant personality. You are a gem and will never be forgotten. My prayers for you and your loved ones. Memory eternal.

 

Georgia Batsidis posted on 2/4/19

May the care and love of our extended family provide you comfort and peace knowing that your mother is in the Heavens with her family and God. Our heartfelt sympathy and love, Georgia & Larry

 

Mike and Renie Theodorakis posted on 2/4/19

May your memory be eternal

 

 

Ralph and Gloria Williams posted on 2/4/19

Owen, we will miss your smiling face and your heart laugh. You are smiling with the Angel's now. Sleep in peace, brother.

 

 

Laura Perkins-Gonzalez posted on 2/3/19

I remember Owen from St Catherine of Sienna Elementary School! When I'd see him in the halls, he'd always have a smile on his face! May his soul rest in peace, and may God comfort his family and friends at this difficult time.

 

 

LARRY KATZ posted on 2/2/19

DEAR BETTY, I HOPE THE WARM MEMORIES YOU HAD WITH LOU HELP YOU THRU THESES DIFFICULT TIMES. YOU ARE A STRONG PERSON AND I KNOW THE LOVE FROM YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS WILL ENABLE YOU TO ENDURE THIS TERRIBLE LOSS.

 

Dawn Hewitt posted on 2/2/19

My condolence to the family.

 

Sheila Davis and family posted on 2/2/19

We the Davis family are sorry for your lost. God has gained another. Angel.

 

Monica Young posted on 2/2/19

I'm so sorry for your loss, and pray God give you and your entire family strength in your time of sorrow. Love you dearly! Monica

 

Denise M Kessel posted on 2/2/19

More like a father to me than a father in law. My heart and prayers go out to all of you. He was a kind and loving man.

 

 

Wonda Keitt posted on 2/1/19

Condolences

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

Losing our loved ones in death is very hard to deal with, but we do have a hope for us all here in the Bible at (Reve. 21:3,4) "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will morning nor outcry nor pain be anymore the former things have passed away." So this prophecy is telling us that one day death will be no more. Imagine the relief you would feel knowing there is no more death to worry about. Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold...

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

Unfortunately we are prisoners of death, there is no escape. But we do have a hope toward all here in the Bible at (Isaiah 25:8) "He will swallow up death forever, And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away tears from all faces. So this prophecy tells us that very soon Jehovah will free all humans from death, and death will be gone forever! Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold....

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

Death of our loved ones is a hard time to deal with in our life. But we actually have a hope to hold on too from God's Word the Bible here at:(Isaiah 26:19) "Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning. And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life." This prophecy is telling us that very soon Jehovah will bring the dead back to life! Imagine the time when we will see our loved ones again in a new world! Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold.....

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

Losing our loved ones in death is such a terrible time to deal with. But we have hope from God's Word the Bible to help us through such tumultous times here at (Isaiah 25:8) "He will swallow up death forever, And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces." So this prophecy is telling us that very soon Jehovah will free all humans from death, and death will be gone forever! So in order to see his promises unfold, please seek Jehovah God....

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

When a family member or a close friend dies, our pain and grief can be unbearable. We feel helpless. There’s nothing we can do to bring that person back to life. But the Bible gives us real comfort here at (2Cor.1:3,4) Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of Tender Mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials. This prophecy is telling us that we have someone to turn to for whatever it is that we are going through to help us. So please seek Jehovah God to see his promises fulfilled...

 

Cm posted on 2/1/19

Dealing with deat of a loved one can be unbearable at times, but we can draw comfort and hope here from the Bible at(Isaiah 26:19)"Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning. And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life." Imagine the relief you will feel when you don’t have to worry about dying! But Jehovah will not only remove death. He will also bring those who have already died back to life. Think what that will mean for you. He promises that those “powerless in death” will live again. So please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold.....

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

When a family member or a close friend dies, our pain and grief can be unbearable. We feel helpless. There’s nothing we can do to bring that person back to life. But the Bible gives us real comfort. Here at (2Cor.1:3,4) "Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials." So this prophecy is telling us that no matter what we approach Jehovah God with through our prayers, he will be there to comfort us. Isn't that amazing! So please seek Jehovah God in order to see his promises fulfilled....

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

Losing our loved ones are so hard to deal with, but there is somewhere for us to draw comfort from in order to deal with our loss here at:(Isaiah 25:8) He will swallow up death forever. And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away tears from all faces." This prophecy tells us that one day there will be no more death. But Jehovah will not only remove death. He will also bring those who have already died back to life. Think what that will mean for you. Please seek Jehovah God in order to see his promises fulfilled...

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

Losing our loved ones can be the toughest thing to go through in our life, but we can draw comfort from the Bible to help us deal here at(Isaiah 25:8) He will swallow up* death forever,And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces.This prophecy is telling us that one day we will no longer have to worry about death and our tears of pain will be wiped away by our loving God Jehovah. Please seek him to see his promises unfold.....

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

When a family member or a close friend dies, our pain and grief can be unbearable. We feel helpless. There’s nothing we can do to bring that person back to life. But the Bible gives us real comfort. Here at:( 2Cor.1:3,4) "Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of Tender Mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials." So this prophecy tells us that we do have someone to turn to, to help us deal with our pain. Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold...

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

Unfortunately, we are all prisoners of death we can't escape it. But Jehovah God has the power to release us from death he promises us so from his word the bible here at:(1Cor.15:26) "And the last enemy, death,is to be brought to nothing."Imagine the relief you will feel when you don’t have to worry about dying! But Jehovah will not only remove death. He will also bring those who have already died back to life. Think of what that could mean for you. Please seek Jehovah God to see his promises unfold......

 

CM posted on 2/1/19

Losing our loved ones in death is very hard to deal with, its even unbearable at times. But we can draw comfort from God's Word the Bible here at (Isaiah 26:19) "Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning. And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life. This prophecy tells us that one day we will see our loved ones again in a new world! Imagine the relief of not worrying about death anymore and seeing our loved ones brought back to life! Please seek Jehovah God to seehis promises unfold.....

 

Wilma Banda posted on 2/1/19

We at Fruitco Corporation will miss Owen’s bright smile and his laughter . RIP

 

Diane Hoeycutt posted on 1/31/19

Our deepest condolences to you and your family we love you.

 

Lisa Motley posted on 1/31/19

My condolences goes out to the White family. May the Lord give you solice in your time of morn. We are confident, I say and would perfer to be away from the body and at home with the Lord 2 Corinthians 5:8 R.I.P. CUZ

 

Angela posted on 1/31/19

A Wonderful man, a great Uncle, a wonderful brother-in-law, You will be missed. You are Home now with loved ones - Rest in Peace.

 

 

Jackie Cintron posted on 1/31/19

My Deepest Sympathies

 

Laura posted on 1/30/19

If this is the Martha Balodimas I think it is, I had her as an elementary school teacher and she was the sweetest, most patient person. I'm now 32 and still think fondly of her. I'm sure her impact over the years stretched far and wide. Rest in peace, Mrs. Balodimas, my favorite teacher. <3

 

Patricia & John Eichorn posted on 1/30/19

With our deepest sympathy to the Tourtoulis family

 

Daria Kennedy posted on 1/30/19

Pat, My heart hurts. In good times and in bad, I loved you sincerely. I'll never forget all the laughs we had. You were certainly one-of-a-kind! Go with God now, Patrick. To the Henry Family (especially Kay), I extend my deepest sympathies. Love, Dee

 

MARYANNE SKRIVANEK posted on 1/29/19

OMG MY HEART IS BROKEN. I THINK OF ALL THE FUN TIMES WE HAD [LIKE LEAVING MY SISTER IN THE IN THE STREET AFTER THE SHOWER FOR LIZ] GOOD TIMES !! SO MANY LAUGHS AND DRUNK NIGHTS!!! SAY HELLO TO MY SISTER EILEEN!!!!MY S DEEPEST SYMPATHIES KAY

 

Mike Laska posted on 1/29/19

RIP Patrick... whether a butler or an aristocrat you will be missed

 

Sandra Diaz posted on 1/29/19

I'll always remember how much you'd make me laugh with the things you'd say to me and make my day. My sincerest condolences to family and friends. R.I.P ANGEL.

 

 

Sandra Diaz posted on 1/29/19

May this candle always light your way in Heaven Mike. May you always Rest In Eternal Peace. You will will be so truly missed.

 

Robert and Saori Henry posted on 1/29/19

The Henry family has lost their best dressed man and the funniest person always had a smile Patrick you will be missed .

 

Patricia Shea posted on 1/28/19

My dearest friend, my companion through thick and thin, our adopted brother, I will remember you forever and all the fun we shared the last 46 years. You were taken too soon despite you putting up a great fight. In my heart and head forever. Love you always.

 

Gregory Franks posted on 1/28/19

Patrick my dear friend, we had a wonderful lunch with wonderful laughs and memories last December. I grieve we will not have any more but one day ..... My deepest condolences to all family and friends. Blessings, Gregory

 

Barbara Dunn posted on 1/28/19

To all the Henrys...I am so sorry to hear about Patrick. Unfortunately I cannot come to the sevices as I will be out of town. I will be thinking of you all. With love, Cousin Barbara Jean

 

Andros Society of USA Inc posted on 1/28/19

Our Deepest Sympathy to the family. The Board of Andros Society of USA

 

Elvis Alcivar posted on 1/28/19

Michael you will be truly miss. I am glad to call you my friend. Wish we had more time, but god have new plans for you. May you Rest In Peace. Love you brother. Till we meet again

 

Patricia M Curran posted on 1/28/19

Such a loss for your beloved family and all of us. You so enjoyed life! You exuded so much caring, humor and joy that we all benefited just to be in your presence. Cheers Pat!!!

 

 

Charlie F posted on 1/28/19

Mike may God Bless you Heaven. Great friend I lost. Charlie from Dunkin Donuts.

 

 

Corinne Marr posted on 1/27/19

So many great times but one in particular was the beautiful suprise cake you bought Mia . We always had a good time together and i am forever going to miss you.

 

John Marr posted on 1/27/19

Uncle Pat , To all the good times , and laughs . Love , Johnny

 

Eon Kallicharan posted on 1/27/19

We spoke to each other and you said we need to link up. I said it was too cold for me to come up there right now. So you said you were going to come down here. I got a call from Lou and he said you were in the hospital than this happened. We grew up together and our family's knew each other. You were a brother to me from day one in the 80's. Your gone physically but you will be in our hearts forever! - Respect Eon

 

DENISE GHELFI posted on 1/27/19

Dear Liz and family, My family and I extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family. May Patrick's soul be at everlasting peace with our Heavenly Father.

 

Yolanda Vega posted on 1/27/19

Condolences to his family and loved ones! From your TSA coworker.

 

 

David Hidalgo posted on 1/27/19

Rest in peace my friend

 

Michelle Herrera posted on 1/26/19

Primeramente le damos nuestras condolencias por su ser querido y al mismo tiempo compartir con usted un pensamiento que proviene de nuestro creador que se encuentra en (salmos 34:15) “sus oidos estan hacia su clamor por ayuda” como usted puede ver la importancia de la oracion, donde podemos crear una relacion y compartir nuestro dolor con jehova Dios y asi nos podra consolar y aparte nos ofrece la esperanza de que un dia volvamos a ver nuestros seres queridos en la resurreccion como dice (Hechos 24:15)

 

Sheila Williams posted on 1/26/19

I worked with Mike at LGA TSA. Spoke to him on FB about another person that use to worked at LGA. I never thought that would be the last time we exchanged words. Mike is and was one of the nicest and sincerest man that I have ever met. Funny and always a man of your word. You earned your Angelic wings on Earth and the Angels in heaven has a Great Man. Mike sleep in peace without that inhaler! To his wife, family and friends I know you will miss him but his spirit is with us all!

 

Luisa posted on 1/26/19

My Zio, I’m so sorry you left us so abruptly. You are now with my Dad, your brother; your sister Rosina, your nephew Franco and your parents; please give everyone in heaven our love ❤️. RIP Zio Vito

 

Jason M. DePaolo posted on 1/25/19

Far too young. See you at the park kid. My condolences to your family and friends.

 

Agnes and Tom Casella posted on 1/24/19

Sorry for Karras family and friends and to Doris for their loss

 

Joshuna Alexander posted on 1/24/19

I'm so sorry for your loss. May your family find comfort in knowing that God sees and feels your pain and he promises to soon eliminate pain, suffering and death. (Revelation 21:4,5) God also assures us at Acts 24:15 that there is going to be a resurrection. Imagine being reunited with Michael in a beautiful paradise here on earth, and never have to worry about being apart again. May this hope and the memories you have soothe your hearts until you see him again. -jw.org

 

Florentina Preda posted on 1/24/19

My deepest condoleances. My heart goes out to you in this time of sorrow.

 

 

AFGE Local 0235 posted on 1/24/19

We offer our deepest condolences to the friends & family of Michael Karas.

 

 

Richard J. Edwards posted on 1/24/19

My sincerest condolences.

 

Lucy posted on 1/24/19

Mousey, the one that everyone went to if they needed a shoulder to lean on, someone to listen, someone to tell them everything is gonna be alright. As young teens, we needed to know that things would be alright... and you always had that inner confidence that would make your friends feel at peace around you.

 

Brian Sheehan posted on 1/24/19

God bless you brother, until we meet again keep smiling down on us. Rest In Peace Mike you will be missed .

 

Mike Cody posted on 1/24/19

Sitting on the Beach at Montauk pitch black with the fire pit roaring as much as we laughed and enjoyed our vacation together.

 

 

Stacy Brad posted on 1/24/19

My favorite guy to keep me company at the podium. I called him Karassss emphasis on aassss (he would get it), He called me Brat! His last message to me was "Always Beautiful" it made me smile as he always did. My condolences to his family & love ones. GREAT GUY!

 

Maria Crilley posted on 1/23/19

My condolences to the Karas family and friends.

 

 

C Titus posted on 1/22/19

Deepest condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Bobbi Palazzolo posted on 1/22/19

you will be missed

 

Omer and LuAnn Belbek posted on 1/21/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Pat was a wonderful neighbor-kind, caring, honest with a great sense of humor. She will be missed. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Jimmy Drakopoulos posted on 1/21/19

Pierre, My deepest condolences to you and your family. May your Dad rest in peace.

 

George Poulos posted on 1/21/19

Soto will miss you. You were always good nature and great to talk to; also put a smile on my face. May God Bless You.

 

Leinarda Corleto Safran posted on 1/21/19

You were a wonderful husband and father and will be missed by all. May you be reposing in Heaven with God.

 

Pat Collins posted on 1/21/19

So many, many Beautiful Memories! Fly with the Angels my Dear Friend! I Love you Dearly!

 

John Petrizzi posted on 1/21/19

Our most heartfelt condolences to the family of Pierre. He was one of our most beloved neighbors. His smile, wit and gracious heart will truly be missed.

 

Stathis Constantinides posted on 1/21/19

Our deepest condolences from Constantinides Family

 

 

Jim Ambery posted on 1/21/19

I am so sorry for her loss

 

 

Danielle posted on 1/18/19

Dad my heart is broken and cant be healed but I am glad you are no longer suffering. You were an amazing father and grandfather. Till we meet again. Love you

 

 

Maria posted on 1/18/19

Words are not enough to express how much you will be missed..

 

Stathis Constantinides posted on 1/18/19

My condolences to the family. He may Rest In Peace

 

 

Maria & Chris Sevastos posted on 1/17/19

Sotir may God find you and embrace your sweet soul - to carry you home... You were truly a great man, husband, father as well as honest and caring - May all your loved ones remember you as you were - always smiling -

 

Rose Avena posted on 1/17/19

I will always remember your kind words and that bright smile every time I ran into you on Ditmars and 30th. You will truly be missed . May you rest in peace.

 

sandy liebovitz posted on 1/16/19

SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. MY HEART IS WITH YOU.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 1/16/19

To the Psimadas family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one Sotiri. Very soon Jesus Christ will resurrect the loved ones we have lost in death back to life Acts 24:15; John 5:28, 29, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5 jw.org.

 

 

Jo Ann Corteselli posted on 1/16/19

Beautiful mommy

 

Jo Ann Corteselli posted on 1/16/19

I love you my sweet and beautiful mommy. I would do anything to touch your hand and see you smile again. Until we meet again. I love you forever.

 

 

kimberly jaffe posted on 1/15/19

My deepest sympathy to The Franzone family.

 

Mary Ann Holle posted on 1/13/19

Nana visited often when Joy and Dawn were little girls. She was always outside watching when you played.

 

Mary Ann Holle posted on 1/13/19

Nana visited often when Joy and Dawn were little girls. She was always outside when you played.

 

 

carol McDonald posted on 1/13/19

May you all find comfort in the beautiful memories you have of her. Rest in peace.

 

Cookie posted on 1/13/19

May she rest in peace. She was a wonderful woman mother wife and sister. It was an honor to know her. Rest in peace Francis love cookie BEEKMAN

 

Maria Rutigliano and Oronzo Rutigliano posted on 1/12/19

Dear Jean Paul and family, Our sincere condolences to you and your families. So sorry for your loss. We didn’t know her but I’m sure she was a special woman to have such amazing chlikden and grandchildren!

 

Johanna J. posted on 1/12/19

Queremos expresar nuestras sinceras condolencias a toda la Familia y compartir una escritura que nos ha dado mucho mucho consuelo; “y tengo esperanza en cuanto a Dios, esperanza que estos mismos también abrigan, de que va a haber resurrección así de justos como de injustos.” -Hechos 24:15. Muy pronto nuestros seres amados volverán a vivir.

 

Johana J. posted on 1/12/19

Deseo expresar mis sinceras condolencias a toda la Familia en estos momentos de profundo dolor. Saber la promesa de Dios que muy pronto eliminará la muerte y nuestros seres amados volveran a vivir. Esta esperanza a muchos nos ha dado consuelo “ Y limpiará toda lágrima de sus ojos, y la muerte no será más, ni existirá ya más lamento ni clamor ni dolor. Las cosas anteriores han pasado”. -Apocalipsis 21:4,5.

 

Tommy Pepe posted on 1/11/19

Sorry for your loss Guy . Prayers for you

 

BL Qualls posted on 1/11/19

To the family and friends,       I am very sorry to here of the loss of your loved one.        Where can we receive comfort when we grieve? 2Corinthians 1:3,4 in the Bible says:   " Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort,  who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God."   God comforts us by letting us know what happens to our loved ones when they die and gives us hope that hey will be brought back to life.  To see proof of this from your Bible ask any one of Jehovah's Witnesses to show you.         Also you can see a short vedio "Is There Hope for the Dead?" https://www.jw.org/finder?srcid=share&prefer=content&applanguage=E&locale=en&item=pub-imv_4_VIDEO&docid=1011214

 

 

Christopher Novara posted on 1/11/19

Rest In Peace Beloved Godmother. Love You Aunt Francis

 

PATRICIA Amy MCKAY posted on 1/10/19

In loving memory of Theresa. She was a very strong and loving woman. Our sympathies to the family.

 

Geraldine L. Kranitz posted on 1/9/19

I am a friend and my husband knew jean for many years, dated Mary back in the 40-50s. would love to hear from family, sorry for your loss

 

Ineska Klauber posted on 1/9/19

I am so sorry for your loss! Mladen was a wonderful man, I most remember his warm smile and compassion. I am so sorry that I learned too late of the viewing. May he Rest In Peace eternally! My love to the whole family at this deeply difficult time. / Ineska

 

 

Norma and John Triantafillou posted on 1/8/19

Condolences to The Lucas family. May she Rest In Peace.

 

Barbara & Mike Kaszycki posted on 1/8/19

When ever I visited her she would always speak about her family she loved them very much. She was so proud of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She will be missed.

 

Peter Anders posted on 1/8/19

Although 2800 miles apart, my cousin, Eric, always brought back the memories we shared as kids in the 50's. I will miss his e-mails for sure & comments via phone. My sympathy to the entire family he leaves behind. Hope we stay in touch & someday come together.

 

 

Denise & Joe matura posted on 1/8/19

We are saddened to hear of your family loss. God bless you all.

 

KRISTELL DESPREZ COSQUER posted on 1/8/19

Dear Marie. I will remember forever my 1st time in NY thanks to you: Brodway, the Show we went to...Thank you so much for the time you spent with me. Good memories also in Brittany with your brother Yves RIP tante Marie Love from Kristell and family in France

 

Karen Lucas posted on 1/8/19

Dear Marie, How when I first started dating Jean Paul I loved all of your amazing cooking especially desserts and you made everything with such ease. RIP sweet mother in law

 

Karen Lucas posted on 1/8/19

Dear mother in law, how I always loved your amazing cooking especially the desserts! RIP sweet lady.

 

 

Susie Havas posted on 1/8/19

Seeing you hold your grandson for the first time. The joy and pride seeing you surrounded by your family. Your grandchildren are blessed to have had you as their Deda

 

Sabrina Pilon posted on 1/7/19

Praying for Meema's family and hoping her smiling face and her gracious, kind disposition fills their minds when they are missing her.

 

 

robert pasquale posted on 1/7/19

Rest in Peace.

 

 

Christine Walden posted on 1/7/19

Think of you all, and keeping yiubin our prayers.

 

Frances Stansbury posted on 1/6/19

We miss u Harriet. RIP SWEETIE PRAYING FOR U ALL THE TIME LOVE AND MISS U ❤❤

 

 

Mary Louk posted on 1/5/19

Aunt Chris

 

E. Mavroudis Family of NJ posted on 1/5/19

We are deeply saddened to hear about dear Pavlo Papoutsakis. He was an extremely pleasant, positive-thinking gentleman and friend and a kind, caring individual. We loved being in his company. His smile was contagious- that smile and his adorable personality will remain in our memories of him. Ο Θεός να αναπαπψη την ψίχη του❤️ Mr.&Mrs. Manos Mavroudis and Sons

 

Lisa Hanna posted on 1/4/19

I am grateful to have had the opportunity to to spend quality time with you. You are like my second mom. You will be missed and I will forever treasure the times we had together! Love you very much!

 

George Viox posted on 1/3/19

My sympathy to the family for your lose . Chrysa if you need anything do not hesitate to reach out

 

Nicole Sulsona posted on 1/2/19

My deepest condolence to Vivian’s girls, Joanne, Roseanne and her grandchildren. May God’s love comfort you and give you strength.

 

 

Nicole Sulsona posted on 1/2/19

I will forever miss you my dear friend. RIP with your loved ones.

 

Gloria Zigouris and Family posted on 1/2/19

We’re so sorry for your loss. We pray that Emily Rest In Peace and that you find strength and peace in the memories of her life with you.

 

Jo Ann Corteselli posted on 1/2/19

Mommy, I miss you so much. My life is not the same. I want to thank you for my wonderful memories. Most importantly, thank you for loving me like you loved me. You will always be my best friend. I will treasure your memories everyday. I love you more than words can say. Please watch over me and Rose Ann. I promise to make you proud of me always. Ian-Michael loves you so much. He misses you so much. Please watch over all your grandchildren. I love you. I love you. I love you.

 

Carina and Steve Soldatos posted on 1/2/19

Death leaves a heartache No one can heal Love leaves a memory No one can steal Our deepest sympathy for your loss .

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 1/2/19

To the Corteselli family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one Vivian. Very soon Jesus Christ will resurrect the loved ones we have lost in death back to life Acts 24:15; John 5:28, 29, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21: 1-5.

 

 

Rabinowitz Arnold posted on 1/2/19

I’m truly sorry that I didn’t know you, I’m a friend of your son and daughter in law. You must have been a great dad to your children, because of the way they turned out to be , such wonderful kind friends. This should be a tribute to you. May you Rest In Peace.

 

Otto Gonzalez posted on 1/1/19

Mis más sentido pésame por la pérdida del señor Cruz. La pérdida de un ser querido es muy dolorosa. En verdad no hay palabras para describir ese dolor desgarrador. Algo que nos da esperanza es la pro esa que Dios nos da en su palabra la Biblia, va aber resurrección de los muertos. Juan 5:28,29 JESUS dijo que habrá resurrección de los muertos. Le ruego a Dios que esta esperanza les reconforte.

 

Otto Gonzalez posted on 12/31/18

No encuentro palabras para decirles cuanto siento la pérdida del señor Cruz. El dolor es desgarrador cuando uno se despide de un ser querido. El pensar que no le podremos dar un abrazo o un beso. Cuando a principio de año perdí a mi papá me dolo mucho, pero la esperanza que Dios nos da en su palabra la Biblia me ha ayudado mucho. Espero le reconforte a su familia también. Juan 5:28,29 nos promete que muy pronto vendrá una resurrección. Podremos ver a nuestros seres queridos nuevamente.

 

 

Frances Stansbury posted on 12/31/18

Franbury17@aol.com

 

 

Stephanos Frangos posted on 12/31/18

May Your Memory Be Eternal

 

 

Antoinette Sibilio posted on 12/31/18

My dear Moe and family. So sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. Im so glad I got to see him at your 50th. He was a good kind man and loved you dearly. Nothing can take your pain away but be at peace knowing that he and your mom are together once again. Stay strong my friend.. He will be watching over you, always. I love you mucho xoxo Antoinette

 

Lillian Gordils posted on 12/30/18

My sincere condolences to The Allen Family. May He RIP TBTA Family

 

Harris Baylen posted on 12/30/18

My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Robert "Bobby" Allen. Bobby was a union brother and dear friend. It was great working with him at the TBTA. and Local 1931, TBTA Maintenance Employees. Rest In Peace Bobby.

 

 

Johanna posted on 12/30/18

Being a sweet grandpa to Bobby

 

Danette Gonzalez posted on 12/29/18

We are deeply sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all during these difficult times. May God Bless you all and give you strength. Love always The Gonzalez family.

 

 

Alfonso Dana posted on 12/29/18

I mess you Robert

 

Larry Sinacore posted on 12/29/18

Rest In Peace my friend

 

Carl Immendorfer posted on 12/29/18

I loved working with Bobby. A great guy.

 

Cesar Caro, JR posted on 12/29/18

Mr. Allen was always a kind gentlemen and will be missed by all. Kindly accept our most heart felt condolences during these grieving times. The Caro family

 

Cesar Caro, JR posted on 12/29/18

My most heart felt condolences to the Allen family. You remain in my prayers for strength during this grieving time. Amen

 

Jennifer Vera posted on 12/29/18

My dearest Moe and family my deepest condolences to all. May your Dad rest in eternal peace .

 

Edna Williams posted on 12/29/18

My sincere condolences to the family of Bobby. I knew him from MTA Bridges and Tunnels when I was Director of Human Resources.Such a very nice man. May he Rest In Peace. My prayers go out to you during this difficult time.

 

Kelly Anglada posted on 12/29/18

Maureen, My Deepest Condolences to you and the family at this most difficult time. I Am So very very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Kelly Anglada posted on 12/29/18

May Your Dad Rest in Eternal Peace

 

Johanna posted on 12/29/18

Letting us stay at your house and giving us a good laugh

 

 

Raymond Franklin posted on 12/29/18

Bob was a great Man. Rest In Peace.

 

Millie and Clark posted on 12/29/18

My dearest Moe, I send you my love & prayers to you and the family Our deepest heartfelt condolences to you and your family

 

Robert Figueroa posted on 12/29/18

Grandpa you were my everything. You gave me so much to be grateful for. I know you’re at peace now with Peeka and no longer in pain. I will love you and keep you in my thoughts for as long as I live. Love, Your Grandson, Bobby

 

 

Gregory page posted on 12/28/18

Granny I love and miss you. Rest In Peace.

 

 

Zia Alessandra posted on 12/28/18

Your love will live forever in the hearts of your loved ones.

 

The DiMicco Family posted on 12/27/18

Our deepest Condolences during this difficult time! May he suffer no more...

 

 

Lisa Cremona posted on 12/26/18

Sending you all loving thoughts today.

 

john mariano posted on 12/26/18

Mrs Dituri was one of the people who made 48st great. Through good times and bad, she remained a presence. I will forever be indebted to her being part of the fabric of my life. She will always remain in my heart and the hearts of all that she touched. To her family, my deepest condolences and may eternal rest grant unto thee.

 

Glenn L McGeough posted on 12/24/18

Although not blood related, my Aunt Eileen was the next best thing. She was my mother's best friend throughout her life and a part of almost every major event when I was growing up. She was always there, always loyal, and always loving. MY very deepest sympathy to Kathy, Bob, and Jim and their families.

 

Elzbieta Khawaja posted on 12/24/18

May his soul rest in peace.. and the family have strength to go through this difficult time...My condolences to the family..

 

Len Carollo posted on 12/24/18

Florence Simko, Florrie, or just Flo, is dearly loved and was trusted by all that knew her. She was fearless and disarmed you with her simple smile. Although faced with struggles in her childhood, Mom never turned bitter or let those struggles define her. Quite the contrary, she always saw the glass as half (maybe even three-quarters) full, never half empty. Her endless positive outlook enveloped our household and you dare not complain about needless things unless you ended in a positive note which she readily offered so you no longer felt so bad. There was the expectation that things are not that bad and will get better. If not, you should change things on your own. “The pen is mightier than the sword” she’d say. And Mom backed up her convictions with her community involvement: • Member of PTA, • Rosary Society, • Worked on election board, • Volunteered as reading partner at local public elementary school, • Home tutored an immigrant neighbor’s child with his homework, • Member of Immaculate Conception Happy Seniors as well as St. Francis of Assisi Seniors • Co-President of Democratic party, who you met when she knocked on your door to get out the vote for their local candidate—True story, after leaving this political job, Mom visited a lawyer for legal advice who 10 years before was running in an election she was campaigning against and he lost. He knew her right away and although Mom did not remember, he never forgot her since she was the reason he lost. He still respected her because of her efforts. Talk about awkward! Mom skipped a year in high school and graduated at 16 years old but could not get working papers which made it difficult to find work. But nothing could hold this strongly independent and wise woman down. • She was the woman at NY Telephone who, during WWII, connected your phone line to hear your son’s voice serving in the armed forces. • She was the woman in Leo’s Quality Meat Market who helped you decide what meat to take home for dinner that night and tendered your money. • She was the woman in the Kilt who handed out “Plaid Stamps” at the A&P super market to help you get that extra set of turquoise plates. • She was the one at Lambretta motor scooters who typed the contract to provide the first Italian motor scooters to the NYC Police Department in the early 70’s. And then had to re-type that contract after spilling her coffee on it! Mom and her coffee, inseparable! • If at the Radiologist in Rego Park, she was the one who met you while transcribing medical terms from a Dictaphone machine headphone onto medical forms- All self-taught! • Or you might have seen her receiving all her sacraments in this very church from her baptism 92 years ago to her marriage 72 years ago at this same altar, and now here returning to our Lord. Mom had a wonderful life in adulthood, she loved her family, took pride in her work. She did it her way! As the family grew to 10 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren, her pride grew exponentially. Mom was a kid at heart. She made it a point to celebrate each child’s achievement. Older children were celebrated with a shout of “BRAVO!” She always looked forward to that call or note from you to hear about your achievements and each of you couldn’t wait to share it with Granny. In closing, if you researched the meaning of the name Florence, you would find it meant “TO FLOWER”, or to “BLOSSOM”. And I thought, wow, Yes, Mom was that in the sense that she inspired others to blossom! She inspired confidence in each of your ability. You just felt better in her presence and believed you were her special one. So, I’d like to leave you with this thought. Let’s carry on Mom’s legacy; to inspire others by making it a point that they can do better, or make someone feel that they want to do something and can do it. This would make her proud. BRAVO, MOM! Your loving Children, Len, Joan and Diane

 

Annette Marzigliano posted on 12/22/18

We express our sincere condolences to the Peter and Maria. We will remember in our prayers-May she rest in peace The Mingalone and Marzigliano Families

 

Frank & Jenny Malinowksi posted on 12/22/18

Our thoughts are with all of you.

 

Ms Allison posted on 12/21/18

Please except my condolences. May you find comfort in knowing that your dear one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about her and bring her back again. John 5:28, 29 gives this assurance.

 

Ms Allison posted on 12/21/18

Please except my condolences. May you find comfort in knowing that your dear one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about her and bring her back again. John 5:28, 29 gives this assurance.

 

Susan Vari Zimbalist posted on 12/21/18

I have known Gemma since I was a little girl. Her graciousness and kindness were abundant. She has made her mark on this world by passing her goodness on to Franca and Augusto.

 

Esther Passenti posted on 12/20/18

My deepest sympathy Peter and Maria she was a lovely person .R.I.P

 

 

Peggy Pepe posted on 12/20/18

Such a beautiful person, she will be missed. My Condolences to the Family.

 

 

Matt Vereb posted on 12/20/18

Sending my thoughts and prayers to Len, Suzanne, and family.

 

Dolores Alic posted on 12/19/18

With such deep sorrow on your passing. You will be missed but never forgotten. Much love and respect always, your daughter from another mother.

 

 

Lawrence Besko posted on 12/19/18

We are so sorry to learn of your loss. Please accept our deepest condolences for you and your family. Larry and Lou

 

 

Aubrey Carbonell posted on 12/19/18

I love you Granny!!

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 12/17/18

To the Sobchack family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one Catherine. Very soon Jesus Christ will resurrect both the righteous and the unrighteous Acts 24:15; John 5:28, 29, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5.

 

Fuck you posted on 12/16/18

Domina will always be remembers for evicting her first born daughter and her five children with the help of her son. Satan has got one if demons back. Burn in hell you you heartless cunt.

 

Elsie kearney posted on 12/16/18

My childhood friend. Heaven has gained another beautiful set of wings. You will be missed. My condolences to all the family.

 

 

Elsie kearney posted on 12/16/18

My childhood friend. Heaven has gained another set of beautiful wings. You will be missed. My thoughts and prayers to all the family.

 

 

Madeline Mattas posted on 12/16/18

The world has truly lost one of the greatest man that ever lived there wasn’t a sweeter kinder nicer gentleman I’ve ever known and Rocco you will be missed a lot more than you could ever imagine

 

 

Cynthia Tormey posted on 12/13/18

Only wish I could’ve gotten to know her—soar with the Angels

 

Kee posted on 12/13/18

To the family, My sincere sympathies on the loss of your loved one. I hope that you too can find comfort from the words at Revelation 21:4 and John 5:28,29 as God will soon fulfill his promise. Until then may you continue to cherish the memories you shared together as they too can be a source of comfort.

 

Rick Zajac posted on 12/13/18

May the peace which comes from the memories of love shared comfort you now and in the days ahead, I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Kim posted on 12/12/18

I’m so sorry for your recent loss. My deepest condolences to your family. Death of a loved one is never easy to endure, but you don’t have to go through it alone. Continue looking to God and you will always find comfort in him (2 Cor 1:3,4). He will soon destroy the enemy of death (1 Cor 15:26), and He will soon return our loved ones to us through the resurrection (John 5:28,29). Please visit JW.org and search “When Someone You Love Dies”, it helped me through some difficult times and I hope you can find comfort in it also.

 

Ronald Brosi posted on 12/12/18

Ray thank you for being my friend growing up. When I sat on the bench, when we played for Saint Joes Baseball Team. When MR. Smith would yell on the bench and throw the score book. Ray in the later years you would always say hello to me on the street. Ray I will see you on the other side one day again. R.I.P.

 

 

Dorothy Bellini posted on 12/12/18

Ray, you were my brother Bobby's lifetime best friend... I remember you coming to my parent's house and just growing up in Astoria... I very much appreciated your story at my other brother Billy's wake when you made me laugh when you told me that, as a kid, you would wait up for me to come home and that I wouldn't give you the time of day.... I laughed and had no idea ... you guys were younger than me. You were such a gentle soul... very caring person with a great sense of humor... I am glad we reconnected on Facebook. I enjoyed all your Astoria pictures and stories... It was nice to see you so happy, how you treasured your daughter and girlfriend....my heart is broken... rest easy my friend... My deepest sympathy to your family.

 

 

Roger DeBonis posted on 12/11/18

Ray was a childhood friend and sports rival and a fine Patriot and friend as adults! So saddened by this news!!

 

Gene posted on 12/11/18

I miss you...

 

Diana M. posted on 12/11/18

Ray, may you rest in eternal peace my friend. May God strength, and give peace to your family and friends. Fly high

 

 

Tony & Peggy Salerno posted on 12/11/18

Our thoughts are with you!

 

Carl and Kevn Schramm posted on 12/11/18

Our condolences to the Henricks family and may Raymond be granted Eternal Rest.

 

Harry Makris posted on 12/11/18

Rest in Peace Raymond!!! My condolences to all his family and friends and may God provide them with all of His love and comfort and strength!!!!

 

 

Sofia Makris posted on 12/11/18

May you rest in eternal peace taken too soon. Sleep in peace Raymond may your memory be eternal and long life to all to remember you by.

 

Kevin Dwane posted on 12/11/18

Went to St. Joe's with Ray. Always a fun, upbeat guy. I'd run into him every once in awhile on Steinway and it always did my heart good to see this warm gentle giant. I'll miss him.

 

Lorraine posted on 12/11/18

Dina, There are no words..I m dorry is not enough..I pray for strenygh & peace for uou & your family..and God bless your beautiful angel

 

Denis Butler posted on 12/11/18

A big man, with a bigger heart, who always had a kind word. A great friend to all who knew him!

 

 

Debbie Kahn posted on 12/11/18

The Christmas season is upon us and the joy and life of our holidays now resides in heaven. Missing you more every day Mom. I try to keep the spirit alive and it is a difficult task but I hope that my attempts make you smile.

 

BARBARA IULIANI posted on 12/10/18

JUST A FEW WORDS ,, DID NOT KNOW HIM EXCEPT FOR ON FACEBOOK , BUT HE ALWAYS SAID SOMETHING NICE WHEN I POSTED PHOTOS OF ME AND MY HUBBY AS IF HE KNEW US ALL HIS LIFE , R.I.P. MY FACEBOOK FRIEND , BARBARA <3

 

 

Jeannette Mitchell posted on 12/10/18

We loved Ray. A big guy with an even bigger heart, such a sweetheart. Laura and Peter, we will miss your brother and are praying for God's peace and comfort to surround you all. Love you, Thomas, Jeannette, Ryan, Nate, Noah & Josh

 

Joe Liptak posted on 12/10/18

Raymond was an incredible gentleman, someone we all had to look up to(literally) he made ya feel like he knew you for years. What a gentle soul and all around great guy, gonna miss our joking around and stories. My sincere deepest condolences to your family and friends. We’ve all been changed in one way or another for knowing you Ray, wish you were still with us. Until we meet again keep jammin up there with all the greats

 

Tom O posted on 12/10/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Our family has lost too many lately including our infant niece. When the pain seems unbearable we find comfort in the promise God gave us at Revalation 21:3-4 May this and other scriptures help your family at this time

 

Filomena Trapani posted on 12/10/18

My deepest condolences go out to you and your family and this great time of Sorrow May Raymond rest in peace and may Perpetual light shine upon him he is now a guardian angel

 

 

Valmic Seetahal posted on 12/10/18

Ray was one of my dearest friends. We met about 20years ago and stayed close friends up to now he will always be remembered as a dear friend I will miss him. He always had my back. RIP BIG RAY YOU WILL BE MISSED.

 

Adrienne Pellegrino posted on 12/10/18

So sorry to learn of your passing you truly were a gentle giant. So kind to all you will surely be missed. RIP RAY!

 

 

Linda Galicki posted on 12/10/18

I will miss your larger than life personality, your spirit, and your laughter. May you rest in eternal peace Ray. Until we meet again. ❤️❤️

 

Rocco Sacramone posted on 12/10/18

Go With GOD My Friend

 

Christopher liatto posted on 12/10/18

Sorry for your loss he was good friend and he will missed very much

 

 

Alexis Lynch posted on 12/10/18

When you made snowflakes with me cait and Rach we had such a fun night you were amazing dad I’m glad Rachel had you and that bond you share could never be broken. May you rest in paradise ❤️

 

Antoinette Ficeto-Lopes posted on 12/10/18

So sorry. Sending prayers and condolences. May Raymond RIP.

 

Antoinette Ficeto-Lopes posted on 12/10/18

So sorry. Sending prayers and condolences. May Raymond RIP

 

Ambrosio Rosano ( Andy) posted on 12/10/18

Ray I went to school with you at St. Joseph and have many happy memories , may you rest in peace

 

Ted Grippo posted on 12/10/18

My deepest sympathies to Ray's family. I am really sorry to hear of his passing. I really enjoyed playing baseball with him .He was a great teammate and friend- R.I.P.Ray

 

 

Michael Raifaisen posted on 12/10/18

Thank You

 

Jennifer and Steven Hodgson posted on 12/10/18

Jenn and I are so sorry for the loss of this great man. May he rest in peace. Prayers to all :(

 

Tony Roccia posted on 12/10/18

RIP buddy .. you will be sorely missed..

 

Leo Ortega posted on 12/9/18

So sorry to hear of Jolie's passing. Our love and prayers are with her and her family. Love Debbie, Leo & Leanne.

 

Leo Ortega posted on 12/9/18

So sorry to hear of Ray's passing. Love and prayers to his family. He will be missed. Leo Ortega and family.

 

angelina vinci posted on 12/9/18

sincere condoglianze da ANGELINA E MICHELE VINCI.

 

 

Carla Curcurato posted on 12/9/18

So sorry to Hear of your passing. Just reconnected on FB. May God keep your family close in this difficult time. RIP Ray

 

Ronald Pack posted on 12/9/18

Always looked up to this jolly giant! One of my brother's best friends! Well Raymond, tell my brother Dave i love him! Thanks

 

 

DANIEL WALSH posted on 12/9/18

Rest in Peace Ray. We mourn here on earth as Heaven celebrates your arrival. My deepest sympathies to his Loved ones.

 

charles castro posted on 12/9/18

May you be by the side of God my dear friend. You were unlike the others always fair and kind. You will be missed.

 

 

Lorraine Cascio posted on 12/9/18

May you Rest In Peace Raymond. Thank you for the childhood memories ❤️

 

LOC posted on 12/9/18

My heart goes out to Rachel and Linda, he loved you both with all his heart. Ray will be missed by many. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Bill Corletta posted on 12/9/18

You will be missed my Brother! Childhood friends since grade school when our sisters did dance together. You were bigger than life with a heart of gold! Say hello to all of our Brothers and Sisters in heaven.❤️

 

 

Eddie Reysen posted on 12/9/18

Rest In Peace Ray

 

Thomas Pepe posted on 12/9/18

Ray , you was sure the life of all parties . you made people feel good when they were'nt . Bless you big guy

 

MC Cabrera-Martin posted on 12/9/18

All the good stories from our childhood always involved you, Ray. You were sunshine, laughter and sarcasm - loud and big. You know I loved you. Shine down on all of us and keep us happy, like you did when you were with us. XOXO

 

 

Robert Pepe posted on 12/9/18

RIP RAY

 

Robert Pepe posted on 12/9/18

So many great memories of you Ray Love. I'm going to miss you alot.

 

Cabrera Family posted on 12/9/18

Our deepest condolences

 

Cabrera Family posted on 12/9/18

Our deepest condolences to Ray's daughter and family.He brought so much laughter to our lives. He will be sorely missed. Always remember the mailbox

 

Virginia Gilmore posted on 12/9/18

Mary Paliouras was a light filled soul who was a joy to know and teach. What a tragic loss for one so young and full of promise. I send my sincere thoughts and prayers to Mary's parents and sister Christy, who I remember so well from their time in Southold. May all be comforted by their happy memories of Mary.

 

Virginia Gilmore posted on 12/9/18

bonjour40@aol.com

 

 

Susan Goustas posted on 12/8/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you

 

Marilu Castillo posted on 12/8/18

Hola buenos Dias aunque no la Conoci quiero Darle mis mas sincero pesame a su familia. Yo tambien perdi a un familiar que era mi Hermano. Pero quiero hablar de la Esperanza que nos da la biblia y se encuentra en revelacion 21: 3-5 Con eso, oí una voz fuerte desde el trono decir: “¡Mira! La tienda de Dios está con la humanidad, y él residirá con ellos, y ellos serán sus pueblos. Y Dios mismo estará con ellos. 4 Y limpiará toda lágrima de sus ojos, y la muerte no será más, ni existirá ya más lamento ni clamor ni dolor. Las cosas anteriores han pasado”. 5 Y Aquel que estaba sentado en el trono dijo: “¡Mira!, voy a hacer nuevas todas las cosas”. También, dice: “Escribe, porque estas palabras son fieles y verdaderas”. Invito a su familia a ver este verso en su propia biblia o también verla en JW.ORG y podrá encontrar otros artículos basados en la biblia.

 

Mark Sebesta posted on 12/8/18

May you be blessed in this hard time in your life’s and be strong.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 12/8/18

To the Joyce family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one Jolie. Very soon Jesus Christ the loved ones we have lost in death back to life Acts 24:15; John 5:28,29, right here on a brand new Paradise Earth no more sickness pain or death Life without end Revelation 21:1-5.

 

Lynn Hayes posted on 12/8/18

Bobby...my heart is broken for you. There are no words that I can say to comfort you or to try to make sense of this horrendous loss....all I can do is say that I will pray every day in every way that you will find peace and comfort someday. I know that your faith has been extremely tested and speaking of God right now is probably not the words you want to hear...so I will keep the faith for you until you can turn to him again for strength and answers. No one can understand this...and losing the bright light of your beautiful brave little girl cannot be explained by any mortal...but you all have been truly amazingly strong and I know that you will find even more of that strength because you have two beautiful children who will give you the will you need. Jolie has not left you.... She's right there ... Look for the signs they will appear and you will feel her warmth and love ....and it will be proof that you will have her for eternity. Stay strong stay close to your family cause there's nothing better than their love to get you thru... My prayers and love ALWAYS with you... And I will keep your baby's gorgeous smile in my mind and heart to remind me WAT true bravery is! God bless you all.

 

Debra Ortega posted on 12/8/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Jolie and your family will always remain in our thoughts and prayers. Leo, Debra and Leanne Ortega

 

 

Helen Cerrito posted on 12/8/18

Rest in peace Angel Joliet

 

Maria Zaharakis Topalis posted on 12/8/18

No words, but just simply so unfair. Jolie my love you didn’t deserve this. You were a fighter always with a smile on your face. With all the pains you went through you were something else. We will miss you dearly but one thing is we will never n I mean never forget you. Fly high our beautiful angel. Team Jolie will carry your memory always. Our hearts are broken but you are at rest and no more suffering. Love you sweetie. ⚾️ Love you Maria & Sophie

 

Allison Stupakevich posted on 12/7/18

Jolie you were such a beautiful person inside and out. You fought hard and I'm so sorry for your family's loss.

 

The Russo Family posted on 12/7/18

I’m so terribly sorry for your loss. We never met, but I know your daughters story from a mutual friend and we spoke about Dana Farber in Boston a few months ago. I know you must have many wonderful memories of Jolie and I pray they will ease the pain of your loss until you can once again embrace her. Your family and Jolie are in our thoughts and prays.

 

Victoria and Frank Sclafani posted on 12/7/18

Donna always has wonderful things to say about her niece when we talked. Always mentioning how strong or funny Jolie was. Our love and prayers sincerely go out to the entire Joyce family.

 

Eleni Cesarsky posted on 12/7/18

Our condolences to the Joyce family. You are all in our thoughts, hearts, and prayers. I love you so much. I love you so much. May god always guide your path.

 

Ramona Milardo-Ward posted on 12/7/18

Mary, you will always be in my heart. Our summer together in 2010 with Winant Clayton was the best summer of my life. You are a beautiful soul and will be missed by many. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

brian posted on 12/7/18

May the words at 1 Corinthians 15:26 be of comfort to the friends and family of Matheos, where it says "the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing."

 

Sally Durso posted on 12/7/18

Dear Benny and Family, I am so deeply sorry to hear about the sudden passing of your lovely mother. Although I never met her she sounded like and definitely looked like a beautiful woman. I enjoyed Benny's stories about her and you knew by the way he talked about her, how much he loved her. I know how painful it is to loose someone you love so much, however, the love you have for her will forever live in your hearts. She will be watching all of you from above and the day will come when you all will be reunited with her. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Sally Durso Branford, CT

 

NYPH Security posted on 12/6/18

NYPH security are sending their thoughts and prayers to the family during this difficult time

 

Rosalie Oddo posted on 12/6/18

My deepest sympathy. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. May she RIP.

 

 

Brenda Cracolici posted on 12/5/18

We love you Mom! Love Wally, Brenda, Natalia & Francesca

 

Pasquale Reale posted on 12/5/18

Sincere Condoglianze per la perdita di zia Filippa che Dio possa avere cura della sua anima e che vi dia a tutti voi la forza di continuare. Con affetto Pasquale mia Moglie Christine i miei figli Vito Antonino mia Sorella Orsola e le mie nipoti Federica e Manuela. Ciao Zia Filippa R.I.P

 

 

Wayne and Rebeca Rodriguez posted on 12/4/18

Dear Joe, we are so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. Our heartfelt condolences during this difficult time for you and for the entire family. With all our love and sympathy, Wayne and Rebeca.

 

Wayne and Rebeca Rodriguez posted on 12/4/18

Dear Joe, we are so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. Our heartfelt condolences during this difficult time for you and for the entire family. With all our love and sympathy, Wayne and Rebeca.

 

Carol Pagliuca posted on 12/4/18

Joe, Frank, Benny, Wally & their families. Sending you all my deepest sympathy, love, hugs & prayers to you all. May you find strength in God to help you through this time. Sending prayers up for all of you, Lou & Carol. <3

 

 

Carol Pagliuca posted on 12/4/18

Everytime I saw Filippa, she had a big smile and a hug. She was always a woman with a lot of love & a big smile.

 

 

Catherine Wanser posted on 12/4/18

Fillippa always had a big hug n always remembered my birthday. She loved her family so much especially her grandchildren. She will be missed

 

Catherine Wanser posted on 12/4/18

Wally....Frank...Joe n Benny....words cannot express how deeply sorry I am for your loss. Fillippa will be missed. I'll be keeping all of you in my prayers that you can get through this terrible time. Take care of each other...love you all. Moms

 

Cynthia Perez posted on 12/4/18

To Wally, Frank, Joe and Benny our deepest condolences to you all and to your families as well. May you all find the strength and faith to get through this sudden loss. Harry and I are thinking of you all. Sending much love and prayers. Harry and Cindy

 

 

Cynthia Perez posted on 12/4/18

Every time I saw her she had a smile on her face and greeted you with a big hug

 

Denise DelliSanti posted on 12/4/18

To Mary's Family I knew Mary from the Dove Community, she was a sweet beautiful person who wanted to give back and had a sense of humor. I am truly sorry for such a great loss. The family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Amy Meverden posted on 12/4/18

To Mary's Family: Kevin, Her Parents, Chris, Beth, and everyone—I am so very sorry for your loss and wish you comfort at this time of profound sadness. I met Mary once at Beth and Chris' BBQ and she was a truly lovely person. May you be comforted by the memories of her precious life. With deepest sympathy.

 

Betsy and Charlie Edwards posted on 12/3/18

Dear Kevin and Mary's family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Mary was such a wonderful person and will really be missed. Sending my love and prayers for you all.

 

 

Lauren Alice posted on 12/3/18

I miss you so much nana. Even now, nearly nine months after you were taken from us, it isn't any less painful than it was the moment I found out you died. My heart is broken. I love you so much.

 

Erin Ward posted on 12/3/18

so very sorry for your loss. may she rest in Peace.

 

 

Brian & Evelyn Kelly posted on 12/3/18

Rest in peace and experience no more pain or cares.

 

 

Lucy and Chris Widness posted on 12/3/18

Bert, be at peace with the Lord and secure in His love. We love you.

 

Aileen Carroll posted on 12/3/18

Mary was my roommate freshmen year of college, and was a dear friend. She was there when I was growing up, becoming a fully formed person, and her strong opinions, beliefs, and character were huge influences on me. She was such a fun, amazing person, full of laughter and always thinking of others. I will miss her terribly, and send all my love to Kevin and her family.

 

Kellee George posted on 12/2/18

Mary, you were one of the highlights of my time at JANY! You will be missed dearly. My condolences to your family.

 

 

Susan O'Neill posted on 12/2/18

I have many happy memories of bringing Mary and her husband Kevin to my sister’s house for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I love Mary and Kevin and remember our conversations. Mary was such a beautiful, mild-tempered person and I am so happy to have known her

 

 

Gene &Trish Ledford posted on 12/2/18

Kevin Im so sorry for your loss I Know I never met Mary in person but Iloved her any way she is with John now And Im sure he is makeing her laugh Love you Trish &Gene

 

 

Gene &Trish Ledford posted on 12/2/18

Kevin Im so sorry for your loss I Know I never met Mary in person but Iloved her any way she is with John now And Im sure he is makeing her laugh Love you Trish &Gene

 

Niki And Landon Roussel posted on 12/2/18

Mary was one of the kindest souls I have ever met. I’m so glad I had the privilege of knowing her. We send our heartfelt condolences for your loss. Prayers to you at this difficult time.

 

 

Michael Taggart & Diane Nastro posted on 12/2/18

Mary, you will forever stay in our hearts

 

 

Erin Mark and Andrea posted on 12/2/18

May she rest in eternal peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Marie-Joseph Modeste posted on 12/1/18

He was a good person. I knew him for years and was always willing to come and visit the seniors at Alberta L. Alston. Lost but not forgotten...RIP

 

Nadia Martinez de Pimentel, MD posted on 12/1/18

May you Rest In Peace

 

Marian Pennachio posted on 11/30/18

I’m so sorry to see Mrs. Scavetta is no longer with us. What a great and long life she lived. Her family was truly blessed to have her for 100 years. She was such a lovely person and will be missed by many. I’m sure she is in Heaven with her husband and grandson, Christopher. May she Rest In Peace for eternity. Love and prayers to all of the Scavetta’s and extended families and friends.

 

Jacqueline Mele posted on 11/30/18

She was a lovely lady and a wonderful neighbor and friend. We shared many laughs over the years while I was growing up and memorable conversations. She always greeted our family with a smile and a kind word. Rest peacefully Anna safe in God’s s arms. You are fondly in my memories with love.

 

Linda D. Garland posted on 11/29/18

May Josephine rest in eternal peace, love and joy. My deepest condolences to Lena and her entire family on the loss of her beloved sister. www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cgyy8u3zcf8

 

 

Frances Stansbury posted on 11/29/18

Harriet U r very well missed. George and I love U forever.

 

 

Sofia Vokolos-West posted on 11/29/18

And bless their souls,amen

 

 

Sofia Vokolos-West posted on 11/29/18

Lord, hold your children

 

 

Hornrette Washington posted on 11/29/18

Your kindness will remain in my heart forever. Well done Servant of God receive your reward. The community will truly miss you.

 

 

Maureen posted on 11/28/18

I miss you so much Daddy. I know that you are with Mommy and that gives me some peace. Half of my heart is now in Heaven. I will keep your memory alive as long as I live. Your Baldy Bean, Maureen

 

Doreen Herron posted on 11/28/18

Senator Jose Peralta worked for the benefit for all in the community. I remember and especially appreciated all the Black History Month celebrations he hosted at the Langston Hughes library. Most of all I am grateful for his presence at the 110th Anniversary of Leverich Memorial Church . My prayers are for his family who graciously shared him with all of us. He will be missed

 

 

Bogda Danenberg posted on 11/28/18

Henry Kimpel

 

 

Sherry Breslau posted on 11/28/18

In memory of Josephine with warmth and love to her loving sister Lena.

 

 

Melissa edwards posted on 11/28/18

Those we love don’t go away,they walk beside us everyday,unseen,unheard, but always near,still missed and very dear.Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,love leaves a memory no one can steal, I will always cherish the moment we spend together laughing and talking, I will always miss you Gerri

 

Dee L. posted on 11/28/18

I would like to offer my condolences for your loss. I hope that you are comforted, as I am, by the prospect of a resurrection in paradise on earth. May the God of all comfort be with you. (John 5:28,29; 2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

 

David Landsman posted on 11/27/18

I am so sorry for your loss. How awful to lose such a precious human being. Mr. Peralta was always so generous and big-hearted. He fought for what he thought was right. The world - and especially the world of civic engagement - shines less warm and brilliant now. He will be sorely missed for a long time to come.

 

Debra Medas posted on 11/27/18

R.I P. Senator Jose Peralta. May god continue to comfort and bless the family during this time.

 

Sean Crowley posted on 11/27/18

Wonderful service today. God bless the Senator and his family

 

Terry Gipson-former NY State Senator posted on 11/27/18

Senator Peralta was a kind and devoted advocate. I served with him in the Senate from 2012-2014. My sincere condolences to his family.

 

 

Maria C. Rodriguez posted on 11/27/18

I will never forget the many calls and you running around helping our patients in clinic. Your constant smile and kindness. Our secret you are the only one I let call me Marie. I correct everyone else (Maria) I thank GOD for your friendship and know we will me again in heaven. You are now home with Mom, Dad and your brother.

 

 

Rev. Juanita Houston-Brown posted on 11/27/18

You will be missed. Rest in Power my Brother. My condolences to the family.

 

 

Clarivel Perez posted on 11/27/18

Rest in peace Senator Peralta. It was always a pleasure seeing you and catching up. You will be missed.

 

Donna Allen posted on 11/27/18

I wish to extend my sincere condolences for your family's loss. My the Lord hold him tightly and comfort his family during this difficult time.

 

 

Elaine Blair posted on 11/27/18

Rest in peace my brother, may God strengthen your family at this time of loss

 

Abbe Cawthon posted on 11/26/18

Dearest Evelyn and Precious Matthew & Myles, and your entire Family, In this time of unexpected and unthinkable loss, May God who loves you deeply, COMFORT you greatly, and fill you with His Peace that passes all understanding.

 

Monique Magny posted on 11/26/18

RIP Senator Jose Peralta .My condolences to the family u are in my prayers

 

Irene Salinas posted on 11/26/18

Mis condolencias, RIP Senador José Peralta

 

Irene Salinas posted on 11/26/18

Que tristeza su inesperada partida, mis condolencias a toda su familia por esta inesperada pérdida quien en vida fue Senador, José Peralta

 

 

Edy Gomez Gonzalez, R.A. Ramirez-Baez posted on 11/26/18

"Values are those things that everyone knows exist, but they always forget." Honorable Senator José Peralta: Your sudden departure has caused me pain. I have always been passionate about human rights and the well-being of my people, I perceived that same inspiration in you instantly; it’s when I decided to help you in your grassroots efforts and contributed towards your campaign efforts. Your humbleness, modesty and respect affected each one of us in the community. You have left many of us in awe; and disappointed. Yes, disappointed because we have lost your guidance to finish the work we started, and your leadership to carry on the torch of this community. Politically, I felt a connection with you since the first time I heard you speak; I have only felt this connection towards one other person, President Barack Obama. Distinguished Senator: You have left your people, your family, saddened, in sorrow, in tears... You were a very necessary person, and it will be an unattainable goal finding someone to follow your example. An illustrious person. Your humility transcended the politics of the party becoming the pillar of this community without never leaving aside something as relevant as human values.

 

Johanna Ortiz posted on 11/26/18

Le doy mi mas sentido pesame a toda la familia y amigos. Que lamentable la perdida del Senador Jose Peralta. Que Dios les llene de fortaleza y paz. Ahora el esta descansando en Paz en el cielo.

 

Gloria Reyes posted on 11/26/18

Mi mas SENTIDO PESAME ,de GLORIA REYES BARROS, Y EL MUNDO AL DIA CON GLORIA.

 

James Rose posted on 11/26/18

Dear Family, Friends, and Constituents of Jose Peralta, On behalf of everyone at Science of Spirituality, I wish to express our sincere condolences on the untimely passing of State Senator Jose Peralta. He was a dear friend to us, and to all those he served throughout his political career. He will be remembered as a role model for tireless public service, and love of his fellow man. May his family and friends feel comforted in the knowledge that his love touched so many hearts. We will all miss him. Jim Rose, Regional Coordinator, Science of Spirituality

 

Miosotis Munoz posted on 11/26/18

It is difficult to imagine the sudden loss of Senator Jose Peralta. I extend my prayers of comfort to his beloved family. As a community advocate, I am eternally grateful for his fighting spirit. Senator Peralta's historic work during the last redistricting made it possible for advocates like myself to testify and secure the 13th Congressional District and a new seat in the Hispanic Congressional Caucus. Let me also add that he was instrumental in the NYS Banking Committee as he shed light on the plight of the Money Transmitters. I still recall how he attended to our testimony and was not afraid to take on the powerful banking system when they refused to service small business owners. Moreover, I am deeply grateful for his tireless work on behalf of women and children. Senator Peralta participated in numerous marches against domestic violence and proved to be a voice for the voiceless. Senator Peralta's defense of the under-served had no end and he was an example of what it means to rise above social and economic inequities. His Christ-like ways is a true example of what it means to serve God with gladness of heart and to be an uplifting force to la familia and community at large. My heart will always treasure the joy of our friendship and warm smiles. Rest in Peace Senator Jose Peralta for your light of hope transcends time and space. God’s blessings, Miosotis Munoz

 

Maureen Varvi posted on 11/26/18

Great smile - with Mom. Remember always the good times.

 

Albania Tavarez posted on 11/26/18

My condolences to you family

 

 

LUDA LINDA DE GOMEZ posted on 11/26/18

IN LOVING MEMORY OF A REMARCABLE MAN - JOSE PERALTA. THERE ARE NO WORDS TO DESCRIBE A SORROW OF PEOPLE THAT LOVE YOU.

 

Rudolph White posted on 11/26/18

This world has lost a good person. Someone who wasn't self involved, someone who cared. I pray for his family to have strength.

 

Sandra Boyle, Deputy Director, Emerald Isle Immigration Center posted on 11/26/18

Emerald Isle Immigration Center sends our condolences to the Peralta family, we will miss his commitment to our community.

 

Elizabeth Rivas posted on 11/26/18

Un momento muy doloroso para todos ,Mi más sentido pésame a su familia,

 

Khaled hassan posted on 11/26/18

May God hold his noble soul and welcome him to the heavenly kingdom for you mrs.peratla may you consoled with love Astoria and Corona United behind you your husband was true friend I will miss him for the many issues especially schools stay strong God bless you today and every day

 

Ann CottonMorris/Pres Woodside Houses posted on 11/26/18

The Residents of Woodside Houses send our condolences to the Peralta family. The lost of your family member our much loved Senator will be missed he was great for our community as well as all the communities he so graciously served and loved. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.

 

Eddy Martinez posted on 11/26/18

I will never forget in 2006 hearing Senator Peralta speaking at Flushing High School. He gave such an encouraging story as to his rise to power. Senator Peralta was always a constant. He always gave bookbags and helped his people. As a Dominican he was an inspiring person. We all loved him. I hope that he found God and pray that his family be healed from this pain. It broke our hearts to hear of his death. RIP Senator. May the Lord protect his family.

 

 

Sonly Tavera posted on 11/26/18

Many may know you as Senator Jose Peralta but you will always remain in my heart as my little cousin Joselito even though you made me real proud of all your accomplishments and determination to make a difference in the lives of people in your community. You turned out to be such an amazing man and great role model and you will surely be missed by all. I love you with all my heart and save me a little space in heaven so when I get there we can have a chat. I was looking forward to see you in the White House but God needed you in heaven instead.

 

Thomas J. Grech, President & CEO posted on 11/26/18

On behalf of the Board, Staff and and Members of the Queens Chamber of Commerce, we offer condolences on the loss of Jose Peralta. He was a friend and supporter of our Chamber and the people & small businesses of Queens County. God bless and RIP....

 

Dr. Gail O. Mellow-President, LaGuardia Community College posted on 11/26/18

On behalf of the faculty, staff, students and administration of LaGuardia Community College, I offer my deepest condolences at the tragic passing of Senator Jose Peralta. We will miss his commitment to our students and our community.

 

Ana Jacobo posted on 11/26/18

May you rest peacefully with the loved ones who departed before you. Your legacy will continue with the Dream Act.

 

Yurysaen Dewease posted on 11/26/18

Kitty Dewease

 

Oli Salales - Comité del Desfile de La Hispanidad posted on 11/26/18

Condolencias

 

Oli Salales - Comité del Desfile de La Hispanidad posted on 11/26/18

Mis Condolencias a la partida de nuestro querido Sen. José Peralta. Inmensa pérdida para todos nosotros. Que Dios te reciba en la Gloria y que le brinde fortaleza a su Sra. esposa, hijos y a toda su familia.

 

 

Lilian Gonzalez posted on 11/26/18

My deepest Condolence

 

 

Maria Barahona posted on 11/26/18

Senator Peralta was a great member of our organization Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC as a Big( mentor ) and a suporter. Rest In Peace and many blessings to his family! All the strength and positve messages to them!

 

Francisco Lugoviña posted on 11/26/18

Much sarrow / sadness: & joyousness for all he did for folks for many years.

 

Brian Ferguson posted on 11/26/18

Senator Peralta entrusted our school community to educate and take care of his eldest son. We were honored to do the work. In addition, our entire school community were blessed by his kindness, his support and commitment to educating the young boys and girls in Queens. God's speed to a wonderful public servant.

 

Genie Calibar posted on 11/26/18

Our deepest sympathy to Senator Peralta's Family. He was a true public leader that was committed to serve his community. The PS 19Q School Community- Genie Calibar

 

Genie Calibar posted on 11/26/18

Our deepest sympathy to Senator Peralta's Family. He was a true public leader that was committed to serve his community. The PS 19Q School Community- Genie Calibar

 

 

DONNA RAYMOND posted on 11/26/18

I WILL NEVER FORGET WHEN SENATOR PERALTA ASKED IF I WOULD ACCEPT THE WOMEN OF DISTINCTION AWARD IN MAY 2017. AS THE THE PAST PRESIDENT OF THE NORTH QUEENS HOMEOWNERS I WORK WITH THE SENATOR ON MANY FUNCTIONS FOR THE COMMUNITY AND HE WAS A GREAT MAN AND WILL BE TRULY MISSED. REST IN PEACE

 

Donald Galloway posted on 11/26/18

On behalf of the Lexington School and Center for the Deaf, my heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. We will sorely miss the presence of a truly lovable and kind person. Jose R. Peralta was the greatest senator in our neighborhood district. Don Galloway, Superintendent/CEO

 

Ana posted on 11/26/18

Paz para su alma, señor dale el descanso externo, y y fuerza para sus familiares u amigos, nos deja un gran alegado en nuestra comunidad

 

Savanity Davis posted on 11/26/18

As a Community School Director for PS 19Q The Marino Jeantet School, Senator Peralta has given to our school community every year. I had the privilge of seeing him continue to give to back to the community at Elmhurst Hospital's Annual Turkey Drive. Together, stood on stage as one as we each represented communities and organizations working together to fight hunger. I have a beautiful picture of this moment that I will never forget. He truly was a strong pillar of PS 19Q's school community and the United Federations for Teachers NYC Community Learning Schools.

 

JOHN PAPPAS, NILZA PAPPAS posted on 11/26/18

Good Bye brother Michael. May you rest in peace!...You left us great memories.

 

Elaine Blair posted on 11/26/18

My sincere condolences to the entire family. I pray for strength for you in this time of your loss. May God continue to guide you and strengthen in the journey. Be bless

 

Cindy leahy posted on 11/26/18

God bless Senator Peralta and his family. He was a true public servant and fine man . His family will always be in mine and my husband's prayers. Rest in peace, Jose.

 

John Georges posted on 11/26/18

I remember Paul from Bryant HS. I spent some time with him then, so long ago. Always a fun and loving person. Humorous and taking life in stride. We drove to QCC one day in his Chevy back in 1983, and almost killed me and my Dad. Paul laughed the whole ride even though I was really scared. Such a fun person. I’m so sorry for your loss. We will see him again for sure. My very warmest wishes. With love.

 

 

Maria Rodriguez posted on 11/26/18

I am sorry for your lost, he is with God. We will always remember him. I voted for him all the time.

 

Nieves almanzar posted on 11/26/18

Muy triste ver partir alguien tan valioso como tu

 

 

Rose Green posted on 11/26/18

Jose the lord took the most, beautiful flower from the garden. You were an angel on earth

 

Ursula Hackethal posted on 11/25/18

May the communities you served so well, now give their thanks in your name Jose, by consoling your wife Evelyn and your sons. It was always so nice to see you and family at Sunday Mass and be able to shake your hand and wish you God's peace. Little did I know the last time would be the final time. Well done good and faithful servant!

 

 

Andrea Walters, SSEU Local 372 posted on 11/25/18

Extending heartfelt sympathy to the family on your lost. Thank you Senator Paralta for your commitment & dedication to all people. May you rest in eternal Peace. God Bless

 

ÁNGELA PEREZ, VANESSA AND MAYELIN LEO posted on 11/25/18

You were a great legacy of the community. You were beloved by all who came in contact with you and who never met you. Thank you for supporting the young community. Your devotion reached as far as the Dominican Republic. We will miss you.

 

 

Stella Martinez-Dunning posted on 11/25/18

Jose, you were always a stand up guy. I only have great memories of you during high school. My condolences to your family especially your wife and sons. Some one up there must really need you. May you rest in peace.

 

Belkys Checo posted on 11/25/18

My condolences to the Peralta family, the they Lord help you all in these difficult times.

 

Diego Marin posted on 11/25/18

Dear Peralta's Family Receive our profound condolence. We will miss our friend and excellent human being who helped a lot to many people a Good Senator. However, He will be accompanying his family and people forever. Regards

 

Mary Todisco posted on 11/25/18

Oh Geraldine, so many memories. Hard to choose just one. The laundramat. The 4th of July when Wayne shot the bottle rocket under our chairs and we all went running. Anthony's graduation. The love and kindness you showed me. You were always were such an important part of my life. Know that you were loved. May heaven's door open wide and embrace you in her arms. Until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand.

 

Mark Sugarman posted on 11/25/18

No words can describe the loss we all feel. I am truly sorry for your loss. This community will surely miss Jose who did us all such a great service.

 

Lisa Rivera posted on 11/25/18

Dear Jose you were a true good person you always respect everyone opinion always care Fr people I remember working with you Fr five kings senior center so much you care for I know your in heaven now to young to go say hi to Steve Fr me prayers to the family and your boys I be saying.thank Fr Being kind And respectful man never will forget you God bless

 

Nicole Bailey posted on 11/25/18

I know for a fact that God always wants the best in his kingdom. We are all only here for awhile. I will continue to pray for his family and staff. The pain of this loss will be with us all .

 

L. Kowalsky posted on 11/25/18

Rest In Peace Senator. Your work will not be forgotten and your legacy will go on. -The Kowalsky Family

 

 

Maureen Milton posted on 11/25/18

May you rest in peace. You were a wonderful congressman and person. You cared for people of all ages and all walks of lfe.

 

A.R.M Leon Arfan posted on 11/25/18

I’m so sorry for the family of Senator Peralta. He was a great Senator and didn’t rest till the job was done and I will never forget the time I worked for his office and the amount of good deeds he has done. May you Rest In Peace.

 

Zaida Vazquez posted on 11/25/18

That the father of infinite love and mercy embraces him in his lap that gives him forgiveness and welcomes him into his celestial mansion. Rest in peace dear Senator Josè Peralta.

 

 

Vanessa vasquez posted on 11/25/18

May you Rest In Peace. Thank you for your years of service and dedication.

 

 

Shahd Arbab posted on 11/25/18

Kind and loving. cared about his community and constituents. May he rest in peace.

 

Peter Perroni posted on 11/25/18

The Perroni family extends its deepest condolences to Nancy's family.

 

 

Deanna Foote posted on 11/25/18

Kind, full of smiles and forever energetic, the best bossman I ever had.

 

 

Victor jimenez posted on 11/25/18

Se no fue un gran hombre que Dios los tenga en el mejor lugar .siempre te amiraba por tu ser una persona calmada segura de si mismo mas un hombre de familia y ejemplo a seguir te fuiste fisicamente de esta tierra pero tu nombre quedara para siempre en todos nosotro . Gracias por todos tu aporte .RIP

 

George Adams posted on 11/25/18

It saddens us to learn of Jose's passing. It greaves us much after hearing of it. Your entire family is in our prayers. Stay strong in the Lord.

 

Rosanna Nappo posted on 11/25/18

So sorry for your loss, may she rest in peace. Prayers and deepest condolences, love the Vincent and Rosanna Nappo

 

 

Charo posted on 11/25/18

joe you were a brother a friend a support and a great example for my children and this emptiness that today I feel will only be filled on the day we meet again. I love you forever

 

Lucia Tiburcio-Sanchez posted on 11/25/18

May he RIP. It was an honor meeting Senator Jose E. Peralta several years ago while being part of the New York State Assembly Internship. Thanking him and his family for all those years of service to our Queens community. My deepest condolences to his loved ones during these difficult times.

 

Minister Camellia Graham - New Hope Baptist Church, Corona posted on 11/25/18

I remember how you were always approachable. That stands out in my mind from the first time I met you, you always made me feel like what I had to say mattered. You talked TO people and not AT them! Rest In Peace, Senator. You certainly will be missed. Job well done.

 

Caribbean American Pride posted on 11/25/18

Thank you, for your efforts to bring Same-Sex marriage to New York, thank for being a great example to our Caribbean Community. Caribbean American Pride...un pueblo, un comunidad. Your work is done

 

Diana Mendez posted on 11/24/18

Senador Peralta fue un placer averlo conocido. Nos deja mucha inspiracion y motivacion para luchar y logar lo que nos proponemos. Que dezcance en paz y nos siga dando inspiracion y fuerza desde el mas alla.

 

 

Mary Simon posted on 11/24/18

Rest in peace.

 

WILLIAM H. SALGADO posted on 11/24/18

My most heartfelt condolences to the Peralta family.

 

Libia Solis posted on 11/24/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

Libia Solis posted on 11/24/18

MY thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Ingrid and Andre Sheleg posted on 11/24/18

My deepest condolences to you Evelyn your son and family. I am so so sorry for your loss!!

 

Inee Romero posted on 11/24/18

Mis mas sentidos pésame a la familia del Senador Jose Peralta. Y a toda la comunidad

 

 

Yessy Veloz posted on 11/24/18

i use to tell Jose peralta that even though that I live in the Bronx that he was my favorite senator and that I wanted to work for him one day. My condolences goes to his family.

 

Lougene Kennedy posted on 11/24/18

Anthony & Luisa, we are so sorry for your loss. Thoughts & prayers are with you and your family. May she rest in eternal peace. -Lougene, Tom, Alexandra & Sean

 

Mary Cruz posted on 11/24/18

I AM SO SAD ABOUT THIS! HE WAS A VERY GOOD MAN!

 

 

Norma Blanco posted on 11/24/18

Jose Peralta lo voy extrañar mucho el siempre estaba dispuesto agudar a todo el mundo especialmente la juventud para que tengan un futuro siempre cuando estaba cominando en la calle no le importaba parase a saludarte el era un hombre bien especial para la comunidad no. Creo que vamos a conseguir otra persona como el siempre mi hija y yo lo vamos a recordar siempre porque el nos ayudó mucho lo extrañaré

 

 

Michelle Lopez posted on 11/24/18

Thank you Senator Peralta for your commitment and dedication to the LGBT Community. It was such an honor working with your staff when you allowed me to come in via my work at ACRIA. CAP will always remember you.

 

Reed family posted on 11/24/18

We wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the peralta family.

 

Angela Lewis posted on 11/24/18

We will miss you.

 

 

Angela Lewis posted on 11/24/18

Your love for the people will truly be missed. Prayers to your family.

 

Dr RIGO. posted on 11/24/18

Hasta pronto AMIGO.

 

Dr RIGO. posted on 11/24/18

“Díganle a mi amigos y adversarios que he fallecí, al primero que no lo lamente, al segundo si en realidad lo tengo, que no se glorifique, porque la muerte es un camino que todos tenemos que recorrer, no les digo adiós sino hasta la MUERTE. “

 

Elba Cabrera posted on 11/24/18

I an saddened to hear of Senator Jose Peralta's untimely death. ¡Que en Paz Descanse!

 

Claudia Polk posted on 11/24/18

My condolences goes out to the Family

 

Marjorie Clarke posted on 11/24/18

My deepest condolences to the Peralta family.

 

Victoria Byron posted on 11/24/18

May you be at peace with God & Jesus Christ. God Bless you & yours.

 

Sister Karen Cavanagh, CSJ posted on 11/24/18

Codolences and prayers

 

 

Famila Marquez posted on 11/24/18

Siempre te recordaremos, descanze en Paz

 

Mr. Scottborgh posted on 11/24/18

"Thank you for all you did for our youth" Love Fr. Billini Association

 

 

Marilo Tudela posted on 11/24/18

Familia Tudela Velez, siempre te recordsremos

 

Shelley Brevda posted on 11/24/18

We were all blessed to have Jose Peralta represent us. I remember years back when he was worked with a youth group that my son was involved with. He was a real person - caring, interested and willing to respond to the requests of the students. He was always that man. That was the Jose I knew and who's passing has left me heartbroken. May his memory be his blessing. May Jose live in G-d's house forever. May G-d watch over his family and give then the strength to get passed these very hard days. Amen.

 

Joseph Palicka. ( Queens Pride) posted on 11/24/18

It was a privilege to know and have worked with Senator Peralta. A man for “all” people, Que en Paz Descanse mi amigo.

 

 

Romulo Guerrero posted on 11/24/18

You set the bar very high when it came to conduct & professionalism by elected officials. Thank you for your sharing your life with us. You will be missed.

 

Clifford Plan posted on 11/24/18

We will never forget your service and dedication to all your constituents. You are a shining example of God’s love for His people.

 

 

John Silverio posted on 11/24/18

A good man is gone your memories will always live with us.

 

Sister Maryann McHugh posted on 11/24/18

I appreciated Senator Peralta’s humble commitment to serve the people of our neighborhood.

 

Tommy Kern posted on 11/24/18

A Good Man gone to soon. Sen. Peralta always had time for you and always got back to you, I wish the Peralta family all the comfort the Lord can give. Thank You for You excellent service to this community

 

Sophia Ganosis posted on 11/24/18

My deepest sympathy to you and your family on this terrible lose. May he Rest In Peace

 

Nicky posted on 11/24/18

Rest In Peace..You served with compassion and integrity..

 

Richard Leblanca posted on 11/24/18

Whatever God wants....we should want regardless of how it makes us feel...Joe is an awesome human being here on Earth, in Paradise he is infinitely better. Enjoy Paradise my brother, and all of us who know you shall see you when the Man upstairs says its the right time. Love, Bear

 

 

Barbara Jones posted on 11/24/18

REST IN PEACE.

 

 

Barbara Jones posted on 11/24/18

My God grant your family with strength too get through a very difficult time. Your time was so short for the things that you still needed too do; but in HIS time God knew better. REST IN PEACE.

 

Nancy Carrano posted on 11/24/18

I am deeply sadden by the sudden loss of Senator Jose Peralta. There really are no words for this terrible loss. Thank you for your service to your community you will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

Denise Cunningham posted on 11/24/18

A man who tried to serve the community as best he could. Thank you for your willingness to work for and with everyone in mind.

 

Josephine Luna-Turpin posted on 11/24/18

Que Su Alma Descanse En Paz. Y mis sincero pesame a sus familiares. J. Luna

 

 

Rachelle posted on 11/24/18

As a little girl I grew up in your campaign you use to close my block in Elmhurst Deman st you brought joy and happiness and music you will live forever in our hearts

 

Kristina Pauta- Nunez posted on 11/24/18

Our deepest condolences for your loss. My heart goes out to your family. I can’t imagine the pain felt losing a loved one. I’m so sorry you have to go through this. He will be remembered as someone who cared for his community. Our deepest Condolences.

 

 

Virgen gonzslez posted on 11/24/18

Our sincere sympathy to the peralta family may he Rest In Peace In the glory of heaven and may his family find peace and serenity in prayer and faith. Love Virgen & Sebastian Gonzslez

 

Robert Taveras 7 posted on 11/24/18

My deepest condolences to the family members of a dear friend and a true leader. One who has devoted himself and worked countless hours to serve the people within his community. May God comfort your family in all times of need.

 

Thomas Tanczos posted on 11/24/18

When I was a student activist at LaGuardia, he was one at Queens College, he was a good man, who was always there when needed, I am so saddened by his passing!

 

 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Jaikarran posted on 11/24/18

Rest easy to your next journey dear friend.

 

Carlos Suarez posted on 11/24/18

My condolence to the family.

 

Carmen Delgado posted on 11/24/18

May you rest in peace senator Peralta. Thank you for your service.

 

Hanette Gomez posted on 11/24/18

Mi más sentido pésame para ti Mercedes y para Rosa. Que Dios les de conformidad por esta pérdida tan inesperada. Mis condolencias para toda la familia y muy en especial a su esposa e hijos

 

 

Zulma Perea posted on 11/24/18

May God Bless you and watch over your friends and family

 

Nestor H. Diaz posted on 11/24/18

We met before his run for the NYS Assembly in 2001. We spoke at length about a vision for a better community that was in much need for attention and resources, such as safer streets, smaller classroom sizes, better housing and health care services. He was a good man and dedicated public servant. He will be missed. I called him friend.

 

Nestor H. Diaz posted on 11/23/18

We offer our condolences, thoughts and prayers to the family of Senator Jose Peralta

 

 

Veronica M. posted on 11/23/18

From Queens College students to Jackson Heights neighbors. Rest in eternal peace Jose. You will never be forgotten.

 

 

Veronica M. posted on 11/23/18

From Queens College students to Jackson Heights neighbors. Rest in eternal peace Jose. You will not be forgotten.

 

Kathy Corona posted on 11/23/18

My deepest condolence for your family. I pray that you all get through these tough times and that you are able to fill your hearts with the great memories that he left behind, he will always be a Queens legend

 

Felix R. Suero posted on 11/23/18

A light of guidance was blown out on earth and it was replaced by a star in the sky so that all that are lost would be able to follow it and guided to in the correct path. When we look upon that star, we will be filled with hope, and know that a special person will always be guiding us to a better place

 

Monica Gutierrez posted on 11/23/18

It was a true honor to know you and work for you. Since our college years we always knew that you would be someone big who would be making a difference in the community. You rose as our star at Queens College when you became Student President and implemented needed change on campus with policies that are still in place today. You were also the best dressed student on campus, you dressed for success already knowing in your mind where you would be a few years down the road. You were always approachable, easy going never complicated, calm demeanor, an all around good man, and always so respectful and a gentlemen. As an elected official you gave back to the community and you were always there to listen to constituents no matter what. You did the biggest back to school backpack giveaways I have ever seen for your community and they were beautiful backpacks too with school supplies in it which shows the effort you put into it. Till this day your back to school backpack giveaways have not been replicated by anyone to the extent that you did them where the lines would go on for blocks and blocks. Thank you so much for being so open in hearing community issues and concerns while bumping into you in the street randomly in the neighborhood. Thank you for always supporting me in my project when I was directing and producing the documentary film The Face of a Woman which was against domestic violence a cause which you fought so hard to bring awareness and legislation, thank you for fighting for more gun control measures even before the tragedies in schools happened across the country because you foresaw things before it could happen years ahead, thank you for fighting hard to help home owners who were victims of predatory lenders, thank you for fighting so hard to get schools constructed in the community which is the most overcrowded in all of New York City and no matter what you would come to the meetings personally and not send a representative. You would make the time even if you had something already on the schedule but you made it work so that your voice could be heard about the need for more schools to be constructed in the community which is something I cannot say about elected officials. You knew how important it was to your community and the children in your community to get rid of trailers and construct schools in the most overcrowded school district in NYC. I am beyond words of this sad news. You were never prideful always very humble, very considerate, very respectful and a professional in all that you did. You will be truly missed Jose. I am just beyond words at this very sad news and still in absolute shock. I pray for your beautiful wife and children and your parents who loved you so much. Jose my friend you will be truly missed. I just want to say that this world is better because you came into it and you helped the lives of so many people in your community and beyond in ways that were big and small but you left a lasting mark in all of us. Thank you Jose for everything, for all of your support and for all that you did. May you rest in peace in the Lord. Gone to soon you will be missed greatly. My condolences to your beautiful family may God help them through this very hard time.

 

Ramil Buenaventura posted on 11/23/18

...a senator you see walking on the streets of Jackson Heights. You can talk and chat with him anytime.....a father who attends PTC for his child, Myles....a parishioner who attends Sunday Mass with his family. ...a senator who gives his all for his constituents. You will be missed. Salamat (Thank you) for sharing yourself to all. The Filipino Community of St. Joan of Arc are praying your you and your family. Mabuhay ka!

 

 

Marta Lebreton posted on 11/23/18

With heartfelt sympathy, praying for the family. You truly loved your community, thank you to the family for sharing him with all of us. You will be missed. Rest In Peace.

 

Yolani Merlino posted on 11/23/18

Mi más sentido pésame por la pérdida irreparable de un excelente representante de nuestra comunidad, mis condolencias a sus familiares descanse en paz el Senador Jose Peralta

 

Robert Jackson posted on 11/23/18

To the family of Jose Paralta, please accept my condolences on Jose's passing. I said a prayer for him and his family. Peace and Blessings to all the family.

 

Ana Crespo posted on 11/23/18

Our deepest condolences to the Peralta Family. Rest in Peace Jose Peralta you will be sorely missed. May God receive you in the kingdom of heaven. From the Crespo-Ramirez family.

 

County Councilwoman Deni Taveras, posted on 11/23/18

I will never forget Senator Jose Peralta. He taught me my first lesson in politics. He was such an honest, good, and honorable man. This is such a loss nationally for the Dominican diaspora, and the community at large. His family and friends are in my thoughts and prayers here in Maryland.

 

David Cordero posted on 11/23/18

Batallador incansable por tu comunidad. Descansa en Paz.

 

Dilletta Pina posted on 11/23/18

I work on his campaign in 2002 as an 1199 Political Organizer. He won his Assembly Seat for the 39th that year. I found him to be a very humble and motivated young man at that time. My condolences to his wife and children.

 

Sally posted on 11/23/18

My dearest Paul, I promised to bring my kids to New York so you could see them, I’m sad I didn’t, very sad didn’t get to say goodbye to you. You took care of me like your own daughter while working for you, everyone knew how much you loved and cared for your African princess.. love u so much and am glad I was able to see your face one more time. RIP SallyPQUS

 

Ana Rodriguez- Nelson posted on 11/23/18

My deepest condolences to the family.

 

Dwayne Stanley posted on 11/23/18

Remembering state senator Jose Peralta I remember him supporting Antwaun Gavins when he lost his brother. It was there at the funeral when I first met him. He had such a good spirit. I also read about the wonderful things and work that he has done in the East Elmhurst community he will certainly be missed prayers to the family

 

Carol Drew-Peeples, President Corona-East Elmhurst Historic Preservation Society, Inc posted on 11/23/18

Thank you for your continued support. When others chose to doubt CEEHPS you did not. My condolences to the Peralta family and friends. Rest in Sweet Eternal Peace

 

 

Daniel Cornwall posted on 11/23/18

It was an honor working for you . You were such a friendly and honest Public servant . You actually cared about the people you represented . Me and and I’m sure many others will miss you dearly

 

The Board of Directors - Corona-East Elmhurst Historic Preservation Society, Inc posted on 11/23/18

Senator Jose Peralta was a friend and supporter of the Corona-East Elmhurst Historic Preservation Society, Inc. He championed our efforts to SAVE HAROLD'S HOUSE when others ignored and/or doubted who we are and what we are working for. For that, we are forever grateful. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Peralta family, his friends and our fellow residents of the sister communities of Corna-East Elmhurst. Rest in Sweet Peace - His lord said unto him, Well done, good and faithful servant; thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord. Matthew 25:23 KJV

 

 

SOCORRO GALINDO posted on 11/23/18

Thank you for your commitment & leadership at District 13- Queens NY. May your soul rest in peace Senator Jose Peralta.

 

Carol Crowder posted on 11/23/18

Senator you have been an enormous force for Elmhurst and Corona community. You will be truly missed, but your legacy will live on for generations. My condolences to the family. Sleep in paradise Senator.

 

June Thompson posted on 11/23/18

God has gained an angel, your spirit will be missed. Thank you and God bless for all you have done for the community. May God now take care and comfort your family and love ones. With sincere condolences, LCTA Member

 

Marlene Tapper posted on 11/23/18

Your smile, laugh and kindness will be missed.

 

Veta Brome posted on 11/23/18

As a District Leader, It was a great pleasure working with you, Senator. You had dreams for your constituents and your family. You worked hard to put them in place. You worked them and you lived them. A job well done. Your memory lives on. Rest in Peace My Brother.

 

Luis Tejada posted on 11/23/18

Mis condolencias a la familia por tan dolorosa perdida. Un gran hombre que no podriamos olvidar. We will never forget him.

 

J.C. Polanco posted on 11/23/18

Senator, I'm going to miss your laugh and great debate style. Thank you for being a trailblazer for our Dominican Americaj community. I'm praying for your family and know you're in a better place.

 

Min. Andrea Taylor posted on 11/23/18

Deepest condolences and prayers for the family in the loss of Senator Peralta. He will be greatly missed. I pray that God will comfort and send His peace. May the family feel the love, support and prayers from the communities he served so faithfully. May precious memories provide some solace.

 

Roberto tolentino posted on 11/23/18

Para un amigo un lider una persona muy especial que descanses en paz amigo te extranare

 

 

Derek Perkinson posted on 11/23/18

About four weeks ago Senator Peralta came to my office. As he was leaving, we had a nice discussion about the election and his next phase of his career. He was looking forward to working in the private sector and returning to elected office. He said, “Derek, I am in a good space right now”! He will be missed greatly by me as he was my first friend in elected office. RIPJose. Queens Champion!

 

Francisco Diaz posted on 11/23/18

Jose was not just a senador for Addictive family, he was a fan of us, he loved our place and support all our dreams. He was a great friend. We will always remember him in each one of his favorite tapas. Flight high dear Jose. Our deepest condolence to Evelyn and the family. R.I.P.

 

Guillermo Ali Perez posted on 11/23/18

Our condolences. May care and love of those around José Peralta, provide comfort and peace to get all of you through the days ahead. Our most sincere condolences. My family and I are deeply saddened by your loss, our hearts go out to you and your loved ones and may our prayers guide his soul to our Heavenly Father.

 

Geraldine.benfante posted on 11/23/18

Nice.person.nice.leader.rip

 

Deborah Torres posted on 11/23/18

RIP Jose. I will always remember taking care of that Lil boy who was quick to debate anything he had his heart set on. I knew back then u were destined for greatness. My heart aches for u n ur family left behind. Sleep in peace till we meet again.

 

Deborah Torres posted on 11/23/18

Dtorres0266@aol.com

 

 

Michelle Dunston posted on 11/23/18

Lefrak City tenants Association sends condolences to the Praltra family. May God comfort you and keep you. God Bless!!

 

 

Michelle Dunston posted on 11/23/18

Lefrak City tenants Association sends their deepest condolences to the Praltra family!! You are in our prayers.

 

 

Taina M Pierce posted on 11/23/18

My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Senator Jose Peralta. He was a man of honor and respect. He made you feel like family. He made a very indullible impression on me. I will never forget him. SLEEP IN PARADISE, MY FRIEND!!!!!

 

Juanita Abreu posted on 11/23/18

My condolences to the Peralta family.

 

 

Janice lercara posted on 11/23/18

Rest In Peace my childhood friend. Will miss you and have you in my heart always♥️

 

Ivonne posted on 11/23/18

My deepest condolences...

 

Ivonne posted on 11/23/18

Dear family of Senator Jose Peralta, my deepest condolences...

 

Pastora Oneida Vidal posted on 11/23/18

La paz de Dios que gobierna el cielo Las consulate a la familia Peralta.

 

Felix Bernard posted on 11/23/18

La Fundación FAJUBY

 

 

Mayra Vega posted on 11/23/18

Local 372/DC37

 

 

Sally Ramos posted on 11/23/18

Thank you for the inspiration.

 

Pierina Arias posted on 11/23/18

His kindness and service to the community will never be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. Rest in peace Senator Peralta.

 

Anibal Rivera posted on 11/23/18

We will all miss you, Primo.

 

Sara pena posted on 11/23/18

My condolence yo his families, it was sad that know hi not with us, hi’s in god hands

 

 

Laura Kowalsky posted on 11/23/18

Rest in peace. Your community work will never be forgotten. Your legacy will endure.

 

Nelson Castro posted on 11/23/18

May God give strength to the family of the late NYS Senator Jose Peralta.

 

Silvia Segovia posted on 11/23/18

Mi más sentido pésame a su esposa, hijos y familia! Que Dios lo tenga en su Santa Gloria! Amen!

 

Missary Arredondo posted on 11/23/18

Senator José Peralta was a man of integrity, who truly cared about others. He was a hard working man, who treated everyone with respect. I had the pleasure of meeting him years ago in different CUNY events and he was always willing to help and listen to us, the students. This year I volunteered in his district office and assisted during his camping. This man and his staff worked to serve his community. May God bless his family and loved ones. Thank you Senator Peralta for representing the Dominican Republic and the Latin community with such grace. Thank you for inspiring us and for your leadership.

 

 

Grace C. Fener-Markofsky posted on 11/23/18

Jose was a sweet man.....a friend to all in the community. Years ago he and his office helped me with a car issue. A great neighbor to all of us......So sorry for his loss and wishing for strength for Evelyn and Myles and Mathew and Jose's Mother and family.

 

 

Elvis Silverio posted on 11/23/18

Jose always made time to help though whom needed help. For this he will always be a honorable man .

 

Sylvia M. Martin posted on 11/23/18

Senator Jose R Peralta thank you for all the hard work done in my community. Your work will never be forgotten. May God comfort your family and their hearts.

 

Desiree Morgan- Castellar posted on 11/23/18

Jose, because of you I became a leader. Because of you, I grew a backbone. I will never forget all that you did for us at Queens College, all of our planning, Fried Calamari and Mozzerella sticks at Palace Diner, and most of all the commitment you had to all those you served. God Bless your kind soul and deepest condolences to your Wife Evelyn, your boys Matthew and Miles, and your brothers. One day I will see you again in heaven above. I know you are smiling down on all from there at peace with the Lord. God Bless You. With love and deepest respect, Desiree Morgan-Castellar

 

 

Arelia Taveras posted on 11/23/18

A light will forever shine in our hearts!

 

 

Maritza Munoz posted on 11/23/18

You are in my prayers ny friend and i will always remember you. Rest in peace in rhe arms of God

 

Isabel Encalada posted on 11/23/18

Very sad before the premature death of our beloved Senator Jose Peralta to rest in peace, thank you very much I remember your dedication and support. May He rest in peace and God comfort her family. Amen

 

Tati Grullon posted on 11/23/18

My deepest condolence to the Senator’s family and staff. Our community has lost a wonderful friend and leader. Words cannot express how much we are all going to miss him. I had the honors to meet him and to share many memories. He always had my and my family’s support. We’ll never forget him. Rest In Peace Senator Jose Peralta.

 

Tati Grullon posted on 11/23/18

My deepest condolence to the Senator’s family and staff. Our community has lost a wonderful friend and leader. Words cannot express how much we are all going to miss him. I had the honors to meet him and to share many memories. He always had my and my family’s support. We’ll never forget him. Rest In Peace Senator Jose Peralta.

 

Elvis Silverio posted on 11/23/18

I am deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. My condolences. Jose will be missed..

 

Runie Mensche posted on 11/23/18

A friend, a brother and a gentleman. My sincere and deepest condolences to family and friends of Jose Peralta. We will surely remember you for all you have done for this community. Rest in Peace my friend and God bless you.

 

Ronny Martinez posted on 11/23/18

Tu obra permanecerá cual esperanza encendida en el corazón de tu comunidad.

 

Khari Edwards posted on 11/23/18

I worked for the Senate and have the pleasure of working with him. He was a nice man. who always showed respect to everyone. He will be missed and I am sorry for his loss

 

 

Ivonne Mora posted on 11/23/18

My great friend, you are already in the glory of the Lord, how much we will miss you. Never thought that you leave as soon, Rest In Peace

 

Senator Roxanne J. Persaud posted on 11/23/18

Jose was my colleague and was always polite, professional and had a friendly smile. He was committed to making the lives of his constituents better. Jose has left us too soon but his work will live on. My condolences to his wife,children, relatives and friends. May his soul Rest In Peace.

 

Adriano Espaillat posted on 11/23/18

Throughout history great individuals and even great nations often are unaware of their greatness or the fact that they are the architects of greatness and history themselves. Such was the life of my good friend ,Jose Peralta whose humble and kind demeanor conceiled his greatness. I met Jose as a young college student who traveled every afternoon to help me during our successful campaign for the Assembly in 1996. He was always a gentleman, easy going ,a true friend who later lead his own effort to write history in Queens and New York state. We will never forget Jose for his deeds where always much larger than his words . I am a witness that was a good father, great husband and loving son but to me he was always a loyal friend. We will miss him. Rest in peace my friend . Adriano Espaillat

 

Francisco Sosa posted on 11/23/18

My Senador and Friend RIP.

 

Malikah Khadijah Shabazz posted on 11/23/18

As-Salaam-Alaikum ... Lefrak City Community in Queens, lost our Senator Jose R Peralta on November 21, 2018. He was a great inspiration to the Grassroot Community at large. He always did what was best for the residents in his District. Just to name a few; He Secure fundings for our Schools and Libraries. He made sure children had school supplies to return to School. He made sure residents had Turkeys for Thanksgiving Dinner He made sure Children and Adults had warm coats to wear in the winter. He made sure children had toys for Christmas... He has given many Proclamations to Grassroot people for their community service. Encluding me. When I received a personal phone call from our Senator after the General Election he stated to me, that he wanted to bring all the Organizations in his District under one umbrella. Hopefully one day is plan will be granted. However; our Senator Jose R Peralta will live in the Hearts and Minds of many forever. Job Well Done. May Allah bless his Wife, Children and extended family with strength in this time of sorrow. We will miss him. R.I.P. Posted by.... Malikah Khadijah Shabazz

 

 

Ana Mora posted on 11/23/18

Thanks

 

 

Ana Mora posted on 11/23/18

Thanks for everything

 

 

Ana Mora posted on 11/23/18

Thanks...

 

Rebecca (Becky) Gonzalez posted on 11/23/18

May God bless the Peralta family during this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

 

Aja Colon posted on 11/23/18

I worked with Jose peralta over the summer, helping him make calls to remind voters to vote for him. I exchanged a few words with him and he was indeed a amazing man. He really cared about the community and everyone adored him. I hope he Rest In Peace and I pray for his family!!!!!

 

sylvia Williams posted on 11/23/18

I extend my sincere condolences to the Peralta family.

 

Sussie Lozada posted on 11/23/18

My prayers and thoughts are for Senator Jose Peralta’s family and his community family. Senator’s legacy and commitment to the workers and immigrant community will be remembered forever. We will remember him in our hearts and each of our fights. Hasta Siempre José Peralta

 

Marlen Castro posted on 11/23/18

A GREAT loss to our community! May your loved ones find comfort to overcome such a great loss! You will be in my prayers!

 

Chester Hicks posted on 11/23/18

Jose, you will be missed. May you rest in peace. We will never forget you

 

 

Matthew Kessler posted on 11/23/18

Rest in peace

 

Lisa Mattaway posted on 11/23/18

I am so saddened by the passing of this great man. Such a sunny disposition. Such a kind person. He treated my late husband like gold and hired him when he was unemployed when nobody else did. Jose adored his children and my own. Jose Peralta came to visit me in the hospital when I gave birth. Outside of family and my best friend, no one else did that. He was so happy and celebratory for us. Jose Peralta was one in a million and my heart goes out to his widow and children. I hope that he will be at peace and enjoying Heaven with my late husband Steven. They can talk politics and dream of how to help the less fortunate together forever now. I miss them both.

 

Hon. Csrmen Velasquex, NY Supreme Court posted on 11/23/18

Rest In Peace my friend. I will always remember you as the man who loves his community and family. Thank you for your friendship. I always remember the best times we had when I was a lawyer and you asked me Probono to represent fa constituent that need it help and later your support for me. RiP

 

Lorraine Santana posted on 11/23/18

Descanse en paz, gran hombre de honor, SIEMPRE TE RECORDAREMOS

 

Carmen Velasquez posted on 11/23/18

Hon. Carmen Velasquez, NY Supreme Court

 

 

George Delis posted on 11/23/18

Linda, Sincerest Sympathy on the loss of Paul. Know that you have friends you can lean on to help you through this very difficult time.

 

Pat Cafaro posted on 11/22/18

Linda and Sylvia, I’m truly sorry for your loss. I will miss the presence of a kind person. May the love of family and friends around you provide peace and comfort to get you through the days ahead. My heartfelt condolences.

 

 

Pat Cafaro posted on 11/22/18

Pat Cafaro

 

Stephanie Caterinicchio posted on 11/22/18

I remember Mickey as A kids Growing up. He was a Chlidhood friend of both My Farthers and Uncle. Lenny and George Caterinicchio. Oh Mickey will be greatly missed. We Just searched to find out how he was and found this. God Bless him, such an amazing man.

 

 

Robert, Bernadette, - Marissa, Danielle, Michael and Anthony(Grandchildren) posted on 11/22/18

We didn't always see eye to eye, but I always loved you and will always love you. I wish I was aware of your passing. Be peaceful in Heaven.

 

 

Linda Tripodis posted on 11/22/18

31 years went buy so very fast. I know you feel the same way tooth

 

Anita Sifneos posted on 11/21/18

I want to express my sympathy on the passing of a special and wonderful man. I know you have suffered a great loss. May his memory be eternal.

 

 

Chily Kaloguerakos posted on 11/20/18

Kalo paradiso

 

Mayra posted on 11/20/18

Lamento mucho la pena por la que esta pasando,se que son momentos dificiles de manejar, pero Dios mediante su palabra nos ayuda para sobrellevar la muerte de un ser querido y nos da una hermosa esperanza en revelacion 21: 3 y 4 nos asegura que limpiara toda lagrima de nuestros ojos y que eliminara la muerte para siempre.

 

Denisse posted on 11/20/18

La perdida de un ser querido es un suceso muy triste y muchas veces nos sentimos desconsolados. Pero Dios mediante la Biblia nos hace una promesa llena de esperanza en Isaías 25:8 menciona “Él realmente se tragará a la muerte para siempre, y el Señor Soberano Jehová ciertamente limpiará las lágrimas de todo rostro.Y el oprobio de su pueblo quitará de toda la tierra, porque Jehová mismo lo ja hablado”. Espero que Dios le de las fuerzas a usted y su familia para afrontar este momento doloroso.

 

LEONIDAS FAMPRITSIS posted on 11/20/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. May his memory be eternal. A good man. His smile will be missed.

 

Rocco Sacramone posted on 11/20/18

God Bless , Rest in Peace

 

 

The Karasis Family posted on 11/20/18

Dear Betzios Family, sending you our heartfelt condolences during this sorrowful time. God bless Elias and may he rest in peace.

 

 

Liza Costello-Gennaro posted on 11/19/18

I’m sorry for your loss. My condolences to your family.

 

Dimosthenis Papadopoulos posted on 11/18/18

"When you lose someone you love , you gain an angel you know" Our Deepest sympathy to all the Family

 

 

Alexa Dove posted on 11/18/18

Alexa and Peter Dove sending loving and heartfelt condolences to the Skrenta family .

 

Janet Adler posted on 11/18/18

A very special and giving neighbor and friend! So many fond and special memories of a life well lived! He will be missed!

 

Anna Halatyn posted on 11/18/18

My condolences to Olga and Steven and their families on losing their father and grandfather. Always remember him telling me that he was the last of the group of friends that came to this country together.

 

Your Family posted on 11/18/18

Dearest Yiayia Maria, You blessed you with your being We will miss your love and boundless energy

 

Craig Summerford posted on 11/18/18

Miss u dad :(

 

S posted on 11/15/18

Not a minute goes by that I don't miss you. I hope your looking down and protecting us. Bella and Gio tell me all the time how they Grandma. It's just not the same without you. Love you forever Ma !!!

 

Matbar Singh Negi posted on 11/15/18

Rajinder ji was a very helpful man, always had a great volunteering spirit. Ohm Shanti ! RIP Rajinder Ji.

 

Sarah wanly posted on 11/15/18

You were a very pleasant person and you helped whoever asked for assistance. I will keep you in my prayers. May you Rest In Peace and my heart goes to your family and loved ones.

 

Mark Darling posted on 11/13/18

Dear Robert and John Sorgini please accept my and my son Marks sincere. sympathy. on the passing of your dear mother and to all the family. She's at Peace now. Love and god bless. Mary Di Rico Darling.

 

Nicolo Tenaglia posted on 11/12/18

Even though I have many dear cousins in New York, there will be a void when I make trips to see them in the future. You will be dearly missed, Zia Assuntina, just like I have missed Zio Armando. May you rest in peace with him and everyone else from our families that you have joined.

 

 

The Futterknecht Family posted on 11/12/18

In loving memory of Mary McConnell

 

Rosemary Kennedy posted on 11/12/18

Aunt Mary had the type of laughter , that could light up a room❤️

 

adiatenaglia posted on 11/12/18

Our deepest Condolences to the Sorgini family...Assunta was a gracious and wonderful person....along with your dad they made a wonderful couple...We wish them peace together....We are old friends of both of them....and she - they will be great missed

 

Linda Sorgini posted on 11/11/18

Mom may you rest in peace. I will miss you and I cherished the time I was able to share with you in this life time. Love you, Linda

 

Neighbor posted on 11/10/18

Dear John, I didn't know you, but knew of your family for years. Since I was a child. Sad to see someone go so young, especially when you grew up near them in this precious small neighborhood of ours. Rest in Peace and Prayers and God Bless You and your family

 

 

Silvana posted on 11/10/18

May you find peace.....we will miss you now and always.....silvana and tommy

 

Anna & John Kratsios posted on 11/7/18

We were so sad to hear that our dearest Aunt Lucretia has passed away. She was a lovely beautiful person who gave us and our children kindness and love every time we met her. We will remember her kindness always . Our Condolences to you her family , John, Maria, Emmanuel ,Michael , Kaity & Mark.

 

Anna & John Kratsios posted on 11/7/18

We were so sad to hear that our dearest Aunt Lucretia has passed away. She was a lovely beautiful person who gave us and our children kindness and love every time we met her. We will remember her kindness always . Our Condolences to you her family , John, Maria, Emmanuel ,Michael , Kaity & Mark.

 

 

Eddie & Narcisa Magardician posted on 11/7/18

Our deepest condolences. So sorry for your loss

 

 

Michele Cardoza posted on 11/6/18

Going to miss you Jakop. Thank you for being so kind to me. You are a true gentlemen. Rest in peace

 

 

Anna Papaioannou posted on 11/6/18

We are so sorry for your loss

 

 

Frances Stansbury posted on 11/6/18

Miss U dearly Harriet. Will never forget u always in my heart and soul forever. RIP

 

FRances Stansbury posted on 11/6/18

Frances Stansbury

 

Nick Kratsios posted on 11/6/18

A loving and caring Aunt to me and my siblings. You will always have a place in our hearts

 

Nick Kratsios posted on 11/6/18

A loving Aunt to me and my siblings You will always have a place in our hearts. You family lives on and will cherish the memories of you

 

Johanna, Tommy, Johnnie and Natalie Scudero posted on 11/5/18

We are so sad to hear of Lucretia’s passing. May she Rest In Peace and May her memory be eternal. Sending the family our love and prayers.

 

Michele Bertolino posted on 11/4/18

My condolence for my very good friend Dolores and her family for strength and much love from all those who love you

 

 

Michele Bertolino posted on 11/4/18

Love and many wonderful memories of your mom that you will always have of your mom

 

Carol and Jerry Sardina posted on 11/3/18

We are so deeply sorry for your loss.

 

Wendy and John Svitek posted on 11/3/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

 

 

ANTONIA ALAIMO (ROSS'S SISTER) posted on 11/2/18

Marty and family my deepest condolences

 

Stephanie and Mike Lelia posted on 11/2/18

So sorry for your loss.

 

Christina Kane posted on 11/2/18

So sorry for your lost Sincere condolences xoxo

 

Gino Longinotti posted on 11/1/18

My prayers are with you "ROSIE"

 

John Ioannou posted on 11/1/18

My condolences to the family.

 

Althea DaSilva posted on 10/31/18

I'll always remember your kindness. You will be missed.

 

Phillip Mektiev posted on 10/31/18

I am very grateful and lucky to have had Gabby as a Godmother in my life. From as early as I can remember, going to Gabby’s as a kid up until I became an adult was always something I looked forward to. She was always nothing but kind and loving to me. Every Christmas, Easter and birthday, I could be sure to see a card from Gabby, Billy and Eishi, and I saved all of those cards as a reminder of how fortunate I am to have a Godmother who is always thinking about me and remembering to reach out. She was my mother’s closest friend and I remember hearing the stories of the way my mother used to drag her along to get into trouble when they were growing up in high school. Thank you for everything you’ve done for me Gabby and for always being so caring towards me and my family. I love you and pray that we meet again someday.

 

Emilia posted on 10/31/18

Gabby was an exceptional mother and friend. She touched so many lives in so many ways. She was a warm kind hearted person. Gabbi is in the arms of the angels. Her spirit will live in our hearts forever.

 

Theresa Bullaro posted on 10/31/18

Paula and Family - I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your Mom. It is never easy losing a parent, but the memories will never be forgotten. She is now at peace and will be watching over you and your family. My deepest condolences.

 

sandra gutierrez posted on 10/31/18

Astoria Foot Care Group Doctors and Staff wish to express our most sincere condolences. We will miss his charm and kindness. May he rest in peace. With all sympathy, Dr Mermelstein, Dr Kim, Bruna, Grace, Georgia, Doris, Kathy and Sandra

 

Jose and Janet Cardet posted on 10/31/18

We remember Gabbi as a good wife and mother, and as our always-nice and gentle friend. Our deepest sympathy on your loss.

 

Mohammad Khan RN posted on 10/31/18

Deepest condolences . May Antoinette Banamassa Rest in Eternal Peace Amen

 

 

Mary ann bubany posted on 10/31/18

A good kind heart stopped beating, Your soul went to heaven. I will never forget you. Rest In Peace my friend. Love Mary ann

 

Lia Cody posted on 10/31/18

Uncle Poli, Ramona, Paula and family, I'm so sorry to hear of Aunt Lily's passing. She was a sweet, wonderful woman and I have many wonderful memories of her. More than anything, she and my Mom were like sisters, and the stories are great. I know my mother has lost her best friend, and you have all lost a mainstay in your lives. Greig and I send our deepest condolences and prayers. God bless. Love Lia and Greig

 

Dennis Gurban posted on 10/31/18

Gabby was a close family friend that I had known since I was a baby. She was my mother's best friend since they were teenagers. Every holiday and birthday we would come over, we would be greeted with presents. The countless times of going out during an occasion, going to museums, or simply coming over for dinner will be missed. May you rest in peace, for you were a great friend and a pleasure to be with.

 

 

Emma Caserta posted on 10/30/18

For some moments in life there are no words. Aunt Dee Dee your death reminded me that you never know how much time you have with someone you love … and that you should cherish that time, and make the most of it, and always, always show your love for that person, as much as possible. I’ll always cherish my memories of times spent with her. I’ll miss you, Aunt Dee Dee

 

Emma Caserta posted on 10/30/18

Sending you prayers and deepest sympathy. I pray that all the special memories you have will be something you will cherish always in your hearts. Sleep with Angels, Aunt Dee Dee

 

RICk PINELLI posted on 10/30/18

I know exactly how you are feeling right now. My prayers and well wishes are with you and your family. I wish the Lord brings you peace as you continue on life's path. My sincerest condolences, Rick

 

 

Mary Ann bubany posted on 10/30/18

A good kind heart has stopped beating, A good soul went to heaven I will never forget you. Rest in peace, my friend. Love, Mary ann

 

 

Mary Ann bubany posted on 10/30/18

A good kind heart has stopped beating, a good soul went to heaven. I will never forget you. Rest in peace my friend. Love Mary Ann

 

Pat DellaVecchia posted on 10/30/18

Mrs. Hale was the best Religious Ed teacher. She made very scared 3 year olds feel very comfortable about their parents leaving them for just an hour. I have never met anyone who could make a terrified child think that just a glove or scarf meant that mom or dad was not far and they would be o-kay for just a little while. They learned about love from her and so did I.

 

Noor posted on 10/29/18