Veronica South
June 10, 1932 - October 12, 2021
Massapequa Funeral Home
Carol and Jim Sintef and Cyndy Seiders
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Massapequa Funeral Home, South Chapel
4980 Merrick Road
Massapequa Park, NY 11762
516-882-8200 | Map
Sunday 10/17, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Massapequa Funeral Home, South Chapel
4980 Merrick Road
Massapequa Park, NY 11762
516-882-8200 | Map
Sunday 10/17, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Calverton National Cemetery
210 Princeton Blvd.
Calverton, New York 11933
Monday 10/18
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St. Rose of Lima R.C. Church
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Massapequa, New York 11758
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Nora Veronica Tracey was born on June 10, 1932 in Manhattan, New York to Nora McMahon and John Tracey.  She left this world on October 12th and is in the arms again of her true love, Kenneth South.  She married Kenny on June 21, 1952 and by 1967 they had 4 daughters and 4 sons.  Their…

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n left a message on October 20, 2021:
I loved bring Ron her NY Post and Daily News along with her almond horn each morning she stayed at our house. I never met a person who read a paper word for word from the front to the back. Even though Ron could care less about the sports section, she read it anyway. One thing I never could get away with was tearing a piece of the tail of the almond horn.Ron gladly accepted the newspapers but her eyes were glued to the contents of the bag, When I pulled it out to give to her, she would say 'Michael-where's the tip-did you eat it?" I always had to come clean-but Ron loved me enough to forgive that she was not receiving the entire pastry. That was Ron-She loved you unconditionally. I will forever miss her.
n left a message on October 20, 2021:
I loved bring Ron her NY Post and Daily News along with her almond horn each morning she stayed at our house. I never met a person who read a paper word for word from the front to the back. Even though Ron could care less about the sports section, she read it anyway. One thing I never could get away with was tearing a piece of the tail of the almond horn.Ron gladly accepted the newspapers but her eyes were glued to the contents of the bag, When I pulled it out to give to her, she would say 'Michael-where's the tip-did you eat it?" I always had to come clean-but Ron loved me enough to forgive that she was not receiving the entire pastry. That was Ron-She loved you unconditionally. I will forever miss her.
Dorothy O'Hara left a message on October 18, 2021:
Mrs. South was one of the kindest Ladies I had ever met in my youth. She would look at you with a deep look into your soul assessing if you were okay. She had many children, ,but I always felt she was Hollis Court's Momma to all, I have not seen Mrs South in 48 years, Yet her memory has always been in my heart. May she rest in Peace.
Carol and Jim Sintef and Cyndy Seiders left a message on October 16, 2021:
Sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our prayers.
Carol Sintef left a message on October 16, 2021:
Sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Szele János left a message on October 16, 2021:
sincere condolences
Mary and Dan Raffaele left a message on October 15, 2021:
God Bless Veronica! She’s in good company! My brother passed the same day in 1990! He will take care of her! Bless you all!
Elizabeth Robinson lotenzen left a message on October 14, 2021:
Ronnie, what a legacy you have left behind. Your family is full of first responders, health care providers,teachers, business professionals and they will continue to pass on the " South" legacy. Rest in peace
Michael Kelley left a message on October 13, 2021:
To Kenny and the rest of the South family, my deepest condolence to you at this very sad time. May Veronica rest in peace
Massapequa Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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