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He belonged to his family..they to him..what will surely endure in his passing, are the bonds of love whose delicate but incredibly strong fibers keep us deeply connected to him, and to each other, importantly, at a level much deeper beyond what distinctions there may be, or what might separate us.
Pray for us Uncle Phil..a loving eye out for us...visit us in our dreams..out a good spot for us will you?
My friend and I met Margaret when we lived at Coburg Village and enjoyed time with her. I will never forget the great times, fun and laughter we had together. Carolina and then kept in touch for another 30 yrs.
We moved from there but reconnected with Margaret at Daughters of Sarah where my friend resides. We will miss you Mike, our dearest friend for over 60 years. Hope you you will meet up with Our son, Billy (your godson). Chickie & Anthony Words can not express the love, support and friendship of the Tancredi family, for over 60 years. You will be missed and I will never forget the great times, fun and laughter we shared. I will miss you and send my heartfelt condolences to your family and friends. We each got married 1951 and then in 1955 bought a house next door to each other for approximately 30 yrs. Time went to quickly and we always say tomorrow but then it is tomorrow and things happen.
Fran walk into the room a few minutes after we arrived. I love you Granny❤ Robin Thank you Granny, it was you that gave me my best childhood memories; it was your love that I remember, me, you and Grandpa and Kelly. Thank you mommy for all you did for me you always their for me... Jim could always brighten my day with his contagious smile. Being with always felt like coming home - her warmth & ability to see humor made even a bad day more tolerable. She had a special way of making everyone feel good -- from her kindness to her funny stories, and most of all, the way she unconditionally loved everyone. The Barry Family We are heartbroken at the loss of our beloved loyal friend who always made us smile and left us with many fond memories. Joe was an exemplary patriarch to an amazing family. Garrison Keillor wrote that the death of an old man is not a tragedy. He started a business in 1964 which today has 2 locations and employs nearly 20 people. Growing the business, growing the customer base, getting through lean times when they occurred, then later helping my brothers make the right choices when it came to expansion or staffing or inventory. He’d take us out to Moriches Bay for flounder fishing, and taught us how to bait a hook and catch a big one. So sorry for your loss Eileen and the entire Sgro family. Joe was a wonderful man taken too soon and he will be missed by many as everyone love him because he was a very special man. The marines had a good recruiter with your love of the Corp. You were a fixture in and around my early life and am glad you have rejoined Mrs Mac. Thank you for service, friendship and continuous patrotism! May our Good GOD comfort you during this most difficult time. May he rest in peace and Aunt Gen I hope you find comfort in the days ahead. May he finally have peace and I hope the cherished memories will guide the family through this transition. He and his wife Pam visited us and stayed overnight at our house in Sarasota last February 2017. May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time. Twenty one years ago fate brought me to a little management office in Jersey City and my life has never been the same! Life happens and things change but we always kept in touch. Thank you for the privilege of knowing you and sharing life with you.One great memory is Tony taking the lead in getting everyone up and dancing at a wedding or party, of course with Mary next to him.We all miss Tony, but he will always be in our hearts. My last conversation with her was asking her if I could observe her working with a patient she welcomed the idea with a resounding YES.. Mike first hired me at Porta Systems back in 1985 and worked with him for over 20 years. I had her as my religion teacher in the mid 90s at St.Where we can lay out a blanket, or set up some lawn chairs, for when next we are together.We will take care of each other until then, as you would have us do.