My sister was the most loving and generous person to all who knew her. She left a big void in so many lives especially mine, my husband, my kids and my nephew. 💔
My father was a man of perseverance who tirelessly worked as a taxi driver to care for his family. He helped bring his mother, siblings and in-laws from the Dominican Republic so that they could have more opportunities. His strength, intelligence, wisdom and spirituality will live on through his children and grandchildren. Te adoramos, papi.
Father of 3 beautiful Daughters, 2 grand children and a host of family and friends who loved him dearly. EBUDDDDY!!!!
She was a good friend, and we studied at Monroe College together.
My mother Luz “Mama” Quesada was someone special to everyone who came across her. She played an important role in our family as someone who kept us all together, making all birthdays and holidays special. She was loved by those in her neighborhood and always went out of her way to make sure everyone was…
We worked together for over 15 yrs and she had a great soul. She is going to be missed by so many.
My uncle, was the absolute best uncle anyone can ask for. He never judged us, and always had our backs. He’s more than a uncle, he’s another dad. My daughter even calls him grandpa. Today is his birthday, and It feels so weird not to call him and wish him a happy birthday. We miss…
My grandmother was my world, Grandma helped everyone and cared for everyone. Grandma was the first one to help a person in need whether she had it or not. Family meant everything to her.
Philip Foglia, a long time friend to many, was always connecting history to real life. He was a great at all he endeavored, whether as a son, husband, father, friend, lawyer, and Italian American. Family was his top priority and is his real legacy.
Luis Rivera “Boyie” was a son, brother, nephew, cousin, teacher and friend. On March 30, 2020, he passed away due to Covid19 at the age of 25. We miss and love him.