Aunt Dolly was many things: loving and fun Aunt, Godly woman with a fantastic sense of humor, great singer, awesome cook and so much more. What memorable and wonderful times when the whole family got together. I will cherish those memories forever. I will miss her but know she is safe in the presence of our Lord and I will see her again one day.
Aunt Dolly, Never to be forgotten. Always full of energy and joy. We looked so forward to your yearly visits to Florida, they were wonderful times. We are all so blessed to have shared lives with all the Aunts and Uncles, sitting, eating, talking, and eating again at Aunt Jo's table and all the cousins running around and having a great time. Aunt Dolly singing "Up a Lazy River" and of course the old hymns. A time we all looked forward to, but those times, as time goes, have passed. The memories and love will always be deep in our hearts and thoughts. With broken hearts we rejoice in God's love and the day we are all together again in His presence. We love you Aunt Dolly.
We send our deepest sympathies to all of Aunt Dolly's family and friends. She was an absolute sweetheart and she will be missed.
My condolensces Kathy to you, your father, and your entire family. I have so many wonderful family memories of your mother and you all. She had such an easy giggle. I love you and I hope you can find peace. I wish I could be there - I regret being so far away. Love, Dot
I will always remember dolly and Anthony as a very loving couple and a very giving couple what else can I say my heart hurts for dolly and my brother Anthony God bless him and help them also I love you all very much please take care and I'm sorry I'm not going to be there but 98 is kind of hard to be traveling you never know what's going to happen next but I know you dolly is with the Lord now she did love the Lord very much and she taught her children to love the Lord and I wish them all the luck and happiness she is with the Lord Jesus Christ now and she is happy no pain and no worry about anything God bless you all love you Anthony Dolly and I was like sisters and love to all the family Maria
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Dearest Aunt Dolly! You were a light to the whole family and you will be greatly missed!
I’ll always remember my cousin Dolly and the pride the entire family had in her singing career when she was younger, and often referred to as “Sparky”. That spark and love continued when she married Tony and had a wonderful family. I’ll remember the many phone conversations we had and her joyful enthusiasm. Her love of Jesus and the Bible was very inspiring and we can rest assured that she is with Jesus and with those family members who were called to Heaven before her. Her Loving Cousin, JoAnne Bianco
My deepest love and sympathy to all of my New York Family, and especially Tony, Kathy, Chris, and Jackie and all their children who experienced the love of my dear cousin Dolly. Anyone who was near to her and got to know her will always remember her smile and her laugh and her infinite goodness. My dear father "Uncle Ray" loved Dolly and her two sisters and he treated them as if they were his little girls, even setting up a train under their Christmas tree. They were his girls and even when he had three little girls of his own, he always had time and care for Dolly, and her sisters. Dolly, no matter what the difficulties of her life, could always bring generosity, caring and joy to others. She will be missed.
Dolly, I will miss you and carry you in my heart forever. Your steadfast and true love of your family is an inspiration to all who were blessed to know you. Tony and Dolly created a beautiful and wonderful home for Kathy, Jackie and Chris and for all their family and extended family. Always the heart of the Notaro Family. To Tony, Kathy, Jackie and Chris- my deepest sorrow.
Kathy, your loving care of your mom and dad, for many years is a true testimony of your family's love for each other. Kathy, I am forever grateful for our lifelong friendship and our time spent together, so much of it deep in the heart of our families.
I am so sorry to the Notaro family and my beloved friend Kathy for the lose of her mom. She was a wonderful daughter who loved her Mother very much and took care of her for years. She will be missed and remembered by many. May the love of God be with the family.
I am so very sorry for the loss of your mother. I remember being out to dinner with your Mom and Dad and she commented that my eyeglasses were dirty. She took my glasses and did the spit and napkin cleaning. It was so endearing. She had such a wonderful giggle. I will miss her.
One of the most special people I've known, our Aunt Dolly.
Our love and thoughts are with Uncle Tony, Kathy, Jackie, Chris, their families and everyone who loved her.
What I remember is when the families got together and the women would all sit around and play the piano and Aunt Dolly would sing and she would sing Hello Dolly well Hello Dolly it was a joyous time in my life I'm going to miss her but now she's singing to the Lord praise God. I'll see you again when the Lord calls for me
In memory of Dolores
Notaro, Carole and Joe lit a candle
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.