My Aunt Lorraine was more than an Aunt-she was always someone my brother Steve and I could always turn to when we were young.
When Aunt Lorraine and Uncle Nick moved to Ronkonkoma with Diane and Nick, Steve and I were ecstatic .
We both will cherish those wonderful memories of pancake breakfasts, hours of
playing scrabble(Diane insisted on playing but was too young to spell) and just hanging out having good times.
My Mom always said "Lorraine isn't my sister-in-law she's my sister".
My Dad always said "Lorraine has a heart of gold".
And after 71 years, my relationship with my Aunt only grew stronger.
When Aunt Lorraine met my future wife Diane, she gave me a special smile, so I
knew I had hit the jackpot-she loved Diane and Diane loved Aunt Lorraine.
It's difficult to put into words the loss we all feel with Aunt Lorraine's passing.
My only consolation is that Aunt Lorraine is with my Uncle Nick and their love and devotion will continue thru eternity.
Our deepest condolences to Diane, Larry, Nick and Jackie and their families, you all did an OUTSTANDING job looking after your beautiful Mom.
REST IN PEACE Aunt Lorraine.
We will love and honor you forever.
With deepest sympathy and broken hearts,
Anthony & Diane