Lou-Ann Vartanian
Date of Death: February 13, 2020
Debbie & Ray Fischer
Marcella O'Hanlon
Justin Vartanian
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Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation
3 Huntington Quadrangle, 2nd Fl Suite 202S
Melville, NY 11747



Dezy Strong Foundation
1255 Lakeland Ave.
Bohemia, NY 11716


Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation Dezy Strong Foundation

Stony Brook, NY— Lou-Ann Vartanian, 65, died 13th February 2020 with her loving husband of 43 years by her side after a courageous battle with lymphoma. She spent 25 years in the Suffolk County Police Department most recently as Chief Office Assistant with the Marine Bureau. She is known for her passion for family, friends,…

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Barbara Salerno left a message on March 1, 2020:
I am so sorry to find out about Lou-Ann’s passing. I had the pleasure of meeting her at Grand Jury duty and we bonded over that month. We shared stories of family and I knew all about Meghan and John and their new home purchase. She was such a thoughtful person. My son had just graduated the NYPD academy the day before John was shot and she contacted me immediately to tell me - she didn’t want me to worry if I recognized the name. This was probably one of her scariest moments as a parent - and here she was .... worried about me! I looked forward to our brunch/lunches at the Oconee diner and was so sorry to hear of her diagnosis. We kept in touch via text and I kept her in my daily prayers. Our last exchange was in early January and she was awaiting her grandsons arrival. My texts after that went unanswered, and I feared the worst. I regret that we didn’t get together again. But I feel that my meeting Lou-Ann was such a blessing! My heart goes out to all of you. She is at peace but taken too soon. May memories and your bind of love be forever in your hearts.
John-Paul Vartanian left a message on February 24, 2020:
Yesterday was truly a testament to how my mom touched and impacted everyone she met. Words cannot explain how grateful I am to everyone who came to celebrate the life of my amazing mother. I am so very proud to be your son and I just hope I can continue to make you just as proud of me. I love you always and forever.
Debbie & Ray Fischer left a message on February 15, 2020:
In memory of Lou-Ann Vartanian, Debbie & Ray Fischer lit a candle
Curt and Paulette Spotts left a message on February 14, 2020:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and yours.
Eric and Kimberly Fischer left a message on February 14, 2020:
Aunt LouAnn, You were such a kind and wonderful person! We are sad our time with you was cut so short, but we love you and will miss you!
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Debbie Fischer left a message on February 14, 2020:
Our hearts are heavy for the loss of our dear Lou-Ann and will forever be in our memories. As a sister-in-law, none can compare to her compassion, humor, and loving nature. Condolences to John, John-Paul, Justin, Meghan and Dylan our hearts break for you. We love you.
Marcella O'Hanlon left a message on February 14, 2020:
In memory of Lou-Ann Vartanian, Marcella O'Hanlon lit a candle
Justin Vartanian left a message on February 14, 2020:
It’s not going to be easy but I am going to be strong just like you were. A day won’t go by that I don’t think about you and thank you for everything you have taught me. I wish we had more time together but will cherish the moments we had. Please keep the family safe and watch over us. We all love you very much and you will be missed.
Marcella O’Hanlon left a message on February 14, 2020:
Lou-Ann was a great friend to me. In fact, I count her as one of my angels. We were buddies through thick and thin; the good times and the bad. I called on her daily especially at work and she always had the time to help me. She went over and above many times to train and help me. We became close in and out of work. She was very caring and very reliable and always willing to help. I owe her a debt of gratitude and I count myself honored to be her friend. She was dearly loved by me and many. She always made me smile and was my saving grace in times of need; always giving thanks to God for her in my life. She may not be walking this earth anymore but she is alive in Spirit and always in my heart and thoughts. I can hear her speak and laugh and I can see her smile. She loved her family and I love them too through her eyes. She shared many stories about them and I grew to love them as if I knew each one personally. My love and prayers are with her family at this time of deep sadness and loss. She will be sorely missed!
Greg Vartanyan left a message on February 14, 2020:
Our prayers are with John, John-Paul, Justin and the large Vartanian circle of family and friends. May your many memories of LouAnn's beautiful life comfort and give you peace during this difficult time. ❤️
Moloney Family Funeral Homes left a message:
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