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I will miss you but I know you were ready to be with Dad and Grandpa..... Robin I remember Charlie as a young man with the gift of making people laugh. I have lived away from NY for over 55 years so ht is always be the Charlie in my memory. Straight, tall and thin and walked at a brisk pace. Thank you Shanahan clan for all the good times, you started as customers and became quick friends. Aunt Audrey was as sweet, kind, generous, happy, sensitive women and lady with class. Though we both left that job we stayed in touch via email. We could always count on him to be there, for us, whatever the situation. Semper Fi marine and to your family I extend the deepest of sympathies and remembrances.. I took on your roll keeping the neighbors and businesses Flags intact. Harold, thanks for the great company and stories on Friday nights at the bar some years back. We pray that Aunt Charlotte's Soul will dwell among the Righteous, and may her Memory be Eternal. My deepest condolences to the Coppola family on your loss. it was first time I met him and his wife and I was taken by his wonderful personality. We were looking forward to having them over again this year if his good friend George comes to visit. My friend Jimbo taught me how to live, love and laugh. And no matter how long between conversations, when we did finally connect, he'd make me laugh again! Love your friend, Ann I meet Kevin Daly in 1980, when I was assigned to the 242d Signal Battalion .To all of Charlie's family, I remember him as I last saw him the summer of 1960, as a young man full of life and a gift for making people laugh. My wife, Maureen, often instructed me to "Act and walk" like Pete, His service in the US Navy was exceptional and I did have the opportunity to read his log of service during WW II. With all our love from the FLOOD FAMILY Today is my mother's birthday, and I took out my cake stand. We were blessed to have spent time with Aunt Audrey and family. I know she's happier now that she can keep watch on all of her family. Thank you for waking up the inconsiderate people and their shopping carts lol..quite the man you are..left a mark with many! Owh Kian met Kevin at Hess - Int’l E&P Financial Controls in 1984. I referred to him as “Colonel” and he referred to me prophetically as “Professor”. My childhood is spotted with great memories of your dad/husband always greeting me warmly with a smile and always taking the time to find out what was going on with me and how my family was doing. We became very good friends and we worked very well together, we played many rounds of golf together along with many other social functions during our military career ‘s he had put in many years a Hess and I know he looked forward to his retirement and spending time in Fla.Regret that we waited so long to communicate this message however we will treasure his memory as long as we live. We shared our times together at high school and Astoria. Mr Coppola will live on in all our memories as a warm and caring person and we are all better for having grown up around him. It is so rare these days to meet someone who is sincerely interested in how you are and what you’ve been up to since meeting last but he always was. Even though we haven’t seen each other in a long time, you left a lasting impression. He was friendly with my grandmother right from the start and they'd talk about baseball and she still remembers that and how he always wore his baseball cap!You were the best aunt , u taught me how to sew and make my own clothes , and u were my first babysitting job ! Thinking of everyone and sending lots of love to Mike, Rob, Jean, Genevieve and family. I used to feel so good when I'd come say hello to him and touch his arm and he'd look up at me and smile.
One our best friends that we shared many many laughs with. I want to thank you for being the best mother to me& Frankie.. It was a privilege to have known Felix Coppola and I cherish my relationship with the whole family and Rob; who is a brother to me as he is to all his closest friends. The Hanrahan family will always remember you and we will always remember the fun times our families had during the Chelsea/Saint Columba years. My years at Woodloch were such wonderful time that I often look back upon and smile and “Philco” and the rest of his family were a big part of that. I was not fortunate enough to have known him before that, but I feel fortunate to have met him and Jen and Michael.
His kind, soft-spoken manner & fun-loving nature will be greatly missed. John, Jean, Ellen, Shirley and family, We never got to meet your Mom but feel as if we knew her from all the wonderful stories that John and Joni has shared with us. We would like to have personally known her but it was not to be. No, not in this frail and temporary life but in the next eternal life. May he rest in peace and may eternal light shine on him. I am very happy that I got to know and respect you. Our mother, Shirley, was Margaret's table mate on the Green Unit at Daughters of Sarah. We moved away but reconnected nearly two years ago at Daughters of Sarah where Joyce resides.