She is survived by her daughter Lori Palumbo and grandson James Palumbo of Homosassa, FL, her granddaughter Heather Schade and great-granddaughter Savannah Schade of Lyndenhurst, NY and her cousins, Doug, Kaila, and Zoe Musgrave of Cleveland Ohio, and cousin Sandy Rapp, of East Hampton, NY..Deb.....peer chaplains, Vernita and Cary, of Hampton (VA) Police Division send all our love and deepest sympathy to you and your family in the heavenly transition of your mother.
" Seeing her at Movin' On always made the place a little brighter. I will miss saying "Hi mom Cirillo" over the fence and see her bathing cap in the pool. Though I did not know Marie, I am her adopted daughter though Frankie - and it turns out her birthday is the day after mine.However she missed her husband so much and now they are together and don't worry, she's watching with loving eyes from above. From all I know of her through Frank - Marie and I would be simpatico souls. I know she will be dearly missed but is at peace in the arms of God and whole again, I wish all the family my deepest sympathy but take heart in the knowledge Marie is Home.I loved listening to his great stories, to his wisdom and humor!I loved being around Uncle Harry and Aunt Barbara, I loved to see their relationship and the relationship with Bill, John, Scott and Debbie and their families. I love you guys, you are in my thoughts and prayers, always!He was a true trooper working thru all his health trials and will be remembered for his strengths and spirit. The years as we grew up , married, became Mom's and had our own homes. We will certainly miss you very much and always remember the special love and kindness you had for all of us. You were a good hearted, kind young man, always ready to lend a hand and I hope you are at peace now.
Rest in Peace, Catherine & Tommy In loving memory Mayann Hand may god give you eternal peace, now that you have left us to be with him and your loved ones, you will be missed Rest In Peace my dear friend, thank you for the memories, JB, Yvette and Joe Vila. Joe Rest In Peace my friend I enjoyed talking with you some years back In my daily walks past your house chatting about your camper and looking at your wood birds you used to make.untill we meet again. Love, Aunt Nina Dear Todd I’m heartbroken about your departure from us, my heart goes out to your parents and all who love you. I remember him inviting my Mom, Bernard and I to the catering place where he worked for lunch. One day they will be neighbors at Mount Saint Mary’s cemetery where she will be buried at the Geiger plot.
I pray that God will grant the entire Costanza Family strength and comfort.
I will always cherish the wonderful memories and the love and support she gave me through the years. I am deeply saddened by the news of Aunt Nina's passing. I will always cherish the wonderful memories and the love and support she gave me through the years. Harry and I became friends through the Railroad Evangelistic Association.
Our prayers are with all of you, and a lot of hugs. We were so shocked to hear of Bob,s passing We send our sympathies and our love to you We will never forget you two When I think of Bob a smile comes to my face and love and laughter to my heart Love you girl Doug and I were shocked to hear about Bob,s passing We send our love, our sympathy to you and our love Please sing Memories to him for us We always had such fun with you two Thank you both for such wonderful memories Love you! My Dearest Todd, my heart is breaking knowing that your life was cut short.
With heart felt sorrow on the loss of your beautiful Mom and Grandmother. It was an honor to know her and share many wonderful times with Pat. Dear Phyllis and family, Bob fought the good fight and was fortunate to have such support and love in all of you. To all of the Mackey Family and to my best friend Laura, my thoughts and prayers are with you all as you lay your Mom down to rest. Mackey will always hold a special place in my heart and will always be considered my next door neighbor Mom. Margie,(never did get quite used to calling you Marge), I will remember our fun times together as kids visiting each other in Bklyn with Grandma (your Mom) and Margaret. I have many fond memories of her beautiful smile and laughter. I know you tried your best and you will be forever in my heart.
An accomplished coloratura soprano, she and her husband, tenor Albert Palumbo (1917-1980), eventually formed a nightclub act that was very popular in the Catskill resorts and on the cruise lines of the forties and fifties. Palumbo taught piano at the Farmingdale, NY Music Center.