Rosa Serrano

My mom Loss her life to Covid April 10, 2020. She was a very special mom. As a single mom who raise 10 children and adopted 3. Due to domestic violence to did this on her own. She put us all through Catholic school in St Pius and volunteer for years in the lunch room.…

Jose Fernandez

Jose Fernandez, 64-year-old Dominican immigrant who dedicated his life to working and providing love and support to his family. An excellent cook, a honest, humble and serious man. Loved by his wife of 36 years and his 3 children. He will be missed for ever by his family and friends. RIP papi

Alex and Lorean McCaskey

My Father and Mother in law were very special people to me and others. They were servants of God, always available to all in need. To have lost one, was devastating but both within a month and half of each other, has left a heart ache that is unimaginable. The McCaskey family are just numb.…

Carmen Calderon Quintana

Carmen Calderon Quintana, March 13th, 1930 – April 14th, 2020. “Carmelita” was a caring and giving person. She was a woman of strong faith and belief. She loved a good laugh and telling jokes, albeit dirty jokes. She loved music and dancing and was known to do the occasional dance on tables during the holidays.…

Daniel M. Garcia

Daniel M. Garcia, native of The Bronx (born at the old Lincoln Hospital!), was educated in the NYC public school system. After high school graduation, Danny left New York to attend the University of South Florida where he majored in Education with a minor concentration in Spanish.  Returning to New York City, Danny worked in…

Willie Anderson

Willie Anderson was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. He serviced in Vietnam as a Sergeant in the United States Army. He was also a successful businessman. He loved to travel and entertain. He will be greatly missed by family and friends.

Maria Mercedes Millan

My grandmother was one of the strongest women I have ever known and I am grateful to say she raised me. She has gone through so much in her life, that she deserves to be recognized and remembered. She was my entire world and more. I miss her dearly, but I’m happy to know she…

Edith Robinson

Born September 15th, 1942, she was a mother a sister a grandmother a great grandmother our friend a deacon and a loved member of unity Fellowship Church New York City she was born and raised in Harlem had her children and Harlem and then move to the Bronx some number of years ago and died…