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May you find some comfort in these words..."Let your children be as so many flowers, borrowed from God. He looked at Fran with the most beautiful smile and said My True Love. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time. Our hearts as yours are saddened, but he will forever remain in our hearts and prayers. We have made a donation to the Fountain Hills, Arizona Extended Hands Community Food Bank in his memory. I could never deny your love and dedication to me and for that I am grateful..... He grew up in Brooklyn, in Middle Village, and met my mother on a blind date. Mom’s passing left an empty place in his heart and home. He loved John Wayne, and Spencer Tracy, and Laurel & Hardy, and Lonesome Dove, and the Godfather movies. Warm and caring, he valued his family and was so proud of all his children. It was our sincere pleasure to be your neighbor and your friend. Mo and I were 'thick as thieves" at one time, then drifted apart. I will always remember our first conversation after my return from bootcamp. For some 30 plus years I always looked forward to seeing you. Jeanne, Mike and Rob, your father will never be forgotten.If the flowers die or wither, thank God for a summer loan of them." My sister Ann and I were visiting with our cousin Jimmy last week. I will miss you Granny but I know a piece of you died when you lost your son and now it's time to join him and Grandpa.....high with the angels...... He was the husband of my mother Elaine, whom he loved very much, the father of 4 children, the grandfather of 5. In recent years I’ve been making short videos from the home movies that were taken back in the 1950s and 60s, and it’s obvious then just how much he loved Elaine. They argued, they laughed, then argued some more, then laughed some more. When as kids we’d get too loud or wild, he’d tell us to “simma down, simma down…” After his love for Elaine and his kids, his passion was Moreland Hose. Upon retiring Dad and Mom lived for over 20 years in Arizona, the West, a place he loved very much in reality but also in his imagination. When we were kids he had a routine of playing the soundtrack record of “How the West Was Won” in the bathroom as he was taking a shower. At Thanksgiving when there were kids and cousins around the table he would sing “Over the river and through the woods to Nana’s house we go” – though I think those were the only words he knew of the song. We will miss you when you came down to the Keys and it was a pleasure to have you and the family at our home in Key West also. But I was so very, very sorry to hear this sad, sad news just this week. You were one of the first to treat me like an adult. From the old Army doggie Frank De Lise Dear Ron and Family - Please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of your Beloved Mother and our Dear Aunt Charlotte. I will miss your smile, your kind words and your sincerity. Never will a better karaoke performance of "The Chattanooga Choo Choo" be given by anyone than he! I'll never forget summers at Lake George and how he made each one richer with his colorful stories, laughter, and love of music. He was a rare combination of someone who loved life but demanded equality. Phil was a big part in our Woodloch vacation memories.Always a warm, friendly and giving lady, may Margaret rest in peace.My sympathy to all of her children to whom she was devoted.I lived next door to the Coppola’s for my entire childhood and early adult life as a close friend and I can say with great bravado and respect that I love the Coppola family as my own because of him.We should all strive to be more like Phil and live our lives as the stand-up guy he was.My sympathy to all of Margaret's children on you loss. You always had a smile on your face and made everyone around you happier for it.My friend and I met Margaret when we lived at Coburg Village and enjoyed time with her. I will never forget the great times, fun and laughter we had together. Carolina and then kept in touch for another 30 yrs.
It was a blessing to have worked with him for many years. Kevin, thank you once again for everything and we love and miss you. He will be missed by everyone whose lives he touched! Phil Coppola was my first boss coming out of college. People if they were looking for me would scream Rob Allen. Phil will always be a mentor to me, but I'm more proud to say he was my friend. but quickly realized he lived life to it's fullest. He was being driven in a jeep by the notorious 1SAGT Pete Reibling. I followeed Kevcin through hhis career, always a rank below him. When Kevin began playing bagpipes we would practice together. Kevin was vey serious concerning his military duties. He was liked and admired by his subordinates and superiors alike. John , 29 says: “Do it be amazed, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out”.
All the faimly party's in back yard , great memories , my prayers are with you , rest in peace now Mr. Love Christine We remember spending every weekend and countless holidays visiting with Aunt Eleanor while she lived by us in Florida. She's a special lady and I wish her only peace and comfort knowing what a great life and family she had with Felix.
Perino was always a great person and it was a pleasure to grow up across the street from them. Thank you for all the memories we shared growing up. Such a beautiful soul, wonderful to be around, always kind, loving and caring. During the week we would often stop by with some kind of dessert, and would always find a warm smile and a hot cup of coffee. “Good men must die, but death cannot kill their names”.
I always used to borrow tools from him to work on my bikes. She was "Nanny" to my niece and nephew when they were born in the 1980's all day long while my sister and her husband were at work. She had a way of making you feel welcome, even when your visit was unexpected. ~Proverbs I had only been in the presence of Phil on a few occasions over the years.
He was always very friendly and will be dearly heart goes out to mrs perino,brian,and renee Our thoughts and prayers are with you Aunt Joan. May God always keep you in the palm of his hands as you watch over Debbie, Michael, Mike, Christopher and Jennie. Bob, Nancy, Vicki, Lindsay and Brendan So sorry for the loss of your precious family member. Lombardo, "May you rest in peace, as memories of you live on". We had such good times with her and Rosemarie when we visited and Joey was adorable. Loved listening to all your stories in Italian and Engish which is how I learned to understand Italian. She was warm and loving intelligent and multi-talented she could cook, craft, sew, and do anything she set her mind to. But through conversations with Mike, I feel as though I have come to know Phil through the stories.
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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.