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Dorcas Streppone
Date of Death: January 18, 2023
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Moloney's Hauppauge Funeral Home
840 Wheeler Rd. (Route 111)
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Saturday 1/21, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Moloney's Hauppauge Funeral Home
840 Wheeler Rd. (Route 111)
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Sunday 1/22, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Moloney's Hauppauge Funeral Home
840 Wheeler Rd. (Route 111)
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Sunday 1/22, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Moloney's Hauppauge Funeral Home
840 Wheeler Rd. (Route 111)
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Sunday 1/22
Religious Service - Time to be determined
Calverton National
Monday 1/23
St. Patrick's RC Church - Smithtown
Monday 1/23, 10:30 am

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Len Solicito, Jr. left a message on January 22, 2023:
Bill, Reading your beautiful words about your wonderful mom brings tears. I met her at the office at least once and she was just a lovely person. I know how much you and your family loved her and how much that love was returned. It isn’t difficult to know what a great mom she was because of the love and care you showed for her, especially in the last years. I remember the first year she was either in rehab or a nursing facility and you and your family went and had Thanksgiving dinner with her in their dining hall. So wonderful to know you were always with her in her life, and she is now with her husband and loved one’s; never alone. She too has not left you and your family alone, as she left you with hearts and minds filled with her words, teachings, and love. God Bless her, you and your family! With warmest regards, Lenny
Yesim Streppone left a message on January 20, 2023:
To the best mother-in-law in the world: I’ve been so blessed to have the perfect mother-in-law. I've been her daughter-in-law for the past 25 years and we never had one bad word said to each other! She has been an example and an inspiration to me and my family. She and her wonderful son, my precious husband, have had a huge impact on my life. She gave me a precious man with whom I share my life, a man I am proud to call my husband. My mother-in-law's death was the homecoming of one of God's most cherished Saints. I think her life is marked by and unusual dedication to what is most important – our relationship with God. From the very beginning when I first saw her and my father-in-law, I was completely accepted as one of the family. I'm grateful that I called her "Mom" So deep was my mother's compassion for others and for my siblings, my own family! She treated others with courtesy and respect and many lives were blessed with her goodness. But even as she leaves this world, we know we are so blessed to have had this loving woman in our lives and now forever in our hearts. A good mother-in-law is worth hundreds of teachers. Farewell!! To the best mother-in-law! Yesim Streppone
Pastor Larry Mancini left a message on January 19, 2023:
My prayers and thoughts are with the whole family at this time. God bless each of you.
Turkan Ozen left a message on January 19, 2023:
I hope that you’ll be able to take comfort in your positive memories of her over time. Rest In Peace
The Streppone Family left a message on January 18, 2023:
TOGETHER AGAIN! Our beautiful loving Mom has left this world to be with our father, Our Mom, The one who led us all to Jesus; the one who took us to church; the one who sang in the choir when her hair was jet black until it was angel white; the one who taught us how to pray; the one that was always there when we came home from school; the one who loved my wife like her own daughter; the one that always reminded us to put our sweaters on to this very day; the one that made every Christmas – Thanksgiving – Easter and the rest so very, very special; the one who taught us how to walk – not only physically but spiritually; the one who bore the pain of childbirth; Our tears this day could fill an ocean. But our happiness is so much greater because of the knowledge and assurance we have that she is with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! - The very one she led us too! For the first time we are now truly walking on our own…And able to do so because of ALL our mother has taught us. Mom we miss you so much. We will now patiently wait, in God’s beautiful timing, for the day we shall ALL be together again at the great Thanksgiving Table in the sky. Don’t forget, I’m not crazy about the turnips and Johnny hates the stuffing; Cynthia never complains; Aly will want a third helping and Yesim wants only white slices. Please let Dad know how much we miss him and all those who have gone before us. Please don’t worry about us Mom – For you taught us well - the Joy of the Lord is our strength! We Love you Mom… Till we meet again…
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