Genevieve Suaschick

May 9, 1923 - August 20, 2016
Massapequa Funeral Home, North Chapel
1050 Park Boulevard
Massapequa Park, NY 11762
516-798-2500 | Map
Tuesday 8/23, 7:00 pm
St. Rose of Lima R.C. Church
2 Bayview Ave.
Massapequa, New York 11758
516-798-4992 | Map
Wednesday 8/24, 10:00 am
Long Island National Cemetery
2040 Wellwood Ave
Farmingdale, NY 11735
(631) 454-4949 | Map
Wednesday 8/24

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Danielle Bonaiuto left a message on September 11, 2016:
Aunt Gen, you will be missed. I will forever hold in my heart the fond memories of dinners and holidays at your house growing up. And I'm so happy my children got to know such a wonderful woman. Until we meet again.
Karen King left a message on August 29, 2016:
Rest in peace Aunt Gen. I will always remember your smile and wonderful disposition. You made everyone that visited feel comfortable and welcomed. I loved your sauce and it always made me remember visiting your father's house on Sunday mornings when I was a little girl. You are in a better place now and will be remembered in my prayers.
Sally and Fred Doulton left a message on August 28, 2016:
Dear Gail, Please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved mother. We know that you were very close to her and that you were best friends. We are with you as you journey through this new chapter in your life. And, Uncle Sal is with her as well. It is difficult, but God will help us to walk this walk.Love,Sally and Fred
Kathryn left a message on August 27, 2016:
What can one say about a woman who maintained a loving home nurturing two passionate and exceptionally talented children with her love and encouragement? She was a sweetheart one of those great Moms that made everyone feel welcomed and comfortable. She always had a smile and a hot meal for anyone visiting. Gen had one of those contagious laughs that rang out and made everyone in the room smile, turn toward her and wonder, what did Ernie say now? And In this great symphony of life, our final exit is a triumphant victory over death because as Christians we inherit our valued gift of everlasting life. We look forward to sharing time and another chapter of life together. It is easy to imagine heaven rejoicing at the arrival of Gen. Inky, I pray your heart hears the song of joy that heaven is signing right now. I pray that God will grant you peace and rest while the deep places of your heart are healing. Gen will always be close to you in thoughts and dreams.Glory to God for His everlasting gift.
Ernie left a message on August 26, 2016:
I have a confession to make. I loved you Gen. You may not have been able to use a computer, cell phone or program the DVD but I still learned a lot from you. You somehow endured my sense of humor, jokes and eating habits. You were happy when we were happy, and offered solace when we were not. You were the happiest person I ever met always with the constant smile. You lived your life to the fullest. You personified the loving mother and mother–in-law. I will pray every day that you're in peace and at rest. I will miss you so much.
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Isabella wright left a message on August 23, 2016:
My deepest condolences for the most beautiful , kind , pure hearted, funny and loving women I had the privilege of meeting along with her just as beautiful , talented and gifted daughter. I have not stopped thinking of u till this day and it shattered my heart by accidentally opening up MFH and seeing your mom and best friend. Please know Gail that your mother gave me some of her wisdom and I will forever treasure her for it . I will miss her and I am always always here for you . ( been searching for u since I last saw you and mom) . Know that she is so happy now and in the arms of God and your father.
Isabella wright left a message on August 23, 2016:
My deepest and heart felt condolence Gail . Your mother was the most beautiful and happiest person I had the honor to meet , truly one of a kind . I posted a long memory but I don't think it went thru . I am here for u and always have been searching for you since we all last saw each other at doctors . Please contact
Isabella wright left a message on August 23, 2016:
My heart felt condolence to u Gail. Thank you for the greatest privilege of meeting and caring for the most sweetest , loving and beautiful women who always always laughed and always had a smile on her face . She taught me how to make lemon aid out of lemons and not sweat the small and big stuff . She always left me with amazement with her strength and the who cares roll of her eyes . The closeness and the laughter between the both of u truly showed you were the best of friends . She was the kind of mother everyone wished they had . My deepest regret is that I have searched for her ( and you ) for years only to open up MFH by accident and see your moms picture , my heart shattered. Gail , know your mother was a rose living amongst the weeds. She truly was one of a kind and I will treasure the precious advice she always gave me , she was absolutely too too good for this world . I am always here for
Dina Rojas left a message on August 22, 2016:
We're praying for you, Gail and Ernie, as you grieve the loss of your dear mother and mother-in-law. May the Lord bring comfort to you both. May the love she shared with you continue to shine in your hearts.
Jeanine Cummins left a message on August 21, 2016:
My memories of Gen (never allowed to call her Mrs. Suaschick) are illuminated by her wide grinned smile. Like her daughter, she always lit up a room with her warmth and laughter. She paid attention to detail and never forgot what mattered. She loved laughter, mischief-makers, deep thinkers, sad sacks and innocents, as she knew them all well. She never let you forget where you came from, always enjoyed a good story and told some wild ones herself; above all else, she loved with her open heart and passed that trait on to her family, friends and anyone lucky enough to know her. Gail and Ernie, you were the most blessed. Love you, Gen.
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