Carol Pluschau

January 5, 1932 - January 26, 2021
Grace Cemetery
4750 Merrick Road
Massapequa, NY 11758
516-798-1122 | Map
Thursday 2/4, 1:30 pm

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where she was treasurer for years,

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Carol Feary Pluschau passed away January 26, 2021, in her daughter, Laura Juelke’s, home in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. Carol was born on January 5, 1932 to parents Earl and Marion Feary in Rochester, New York . She attended East High School and SUNY Brockport where she met her devoted husband of 60 years, Herb Pluschau.Continue Reading

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Bob Chapman left a message on February 4, 2021:
I was always jealous of the Pluschau children. They got to be raised by the perfect combination of Ozzie and Harriet & June and Ward Cleaver. If Donna Reed and Jimmy Stewart weren’t available for” It’s A Wonderful Life” Herb and Carol could’ve easily stepped in. If you wanted a model of the perfect mother you found it in Carol. Most of my friends parents in Matzo Pizza Park were first generation Americans from the Brooklyn diaspora. Carol came from deep in the Midwest from a village called Rochester and she would descend every summer with family and friends on the lake called Ontario Mrs Pluschau Thank Yoou for being a character out of a Willa Cather novel and showing my children why America is Exceptional.
Andrew Muckstadt left a message on February 1, 2021:
To all of my Pluschau cousins, My mother informed me this past weekend that Aunt Carol passed away. I have so many great memories of Aunt Carol at the cottage, visiting Massapequa in the summer and going to the beach. I am grateful to have had her in my life. Please accept our heartfelt condolences from the Muckstadt family.
Eileen Colletti left a message on January 31, 2021:
Laurie and family, I have so many memories of good times with your mother. She was a warm, fun and caring person and I will always treasure how she welcomed me as if I were another daughter from the day you and I met at age 6. Whether it was one of a hundred sleepovers at your house, trips to Lake Ontario or Florida, she made me feel like one of the family. She was such a tremendous and wonderful part of my childhood and helped to create memories that I will always treasure. My entire family and I extend our deepest condolences and hope that these cherished memories offer some comfort at this difficult time.
wendy and bob rosenfeld left a message on January 31, 2021:
Wendy, Bob, Stephanie and Andrew send all our deepest condolences to the Pluschau Family. We will always remember her loving warmth whenever we would see her. She always had an inviting smile on her face. We will all miss her. Sending all our love and sympathy.
Joanne DiBraccio left a message on January 29, 2021:
Carol was always so gracious and welcoming whenever we visited Long Island. She was a classy lady and I will always remember her fondly. Our deepest sympathy to her family. Joanne and Rich DiBraccio
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