Adeline L. Sarcona 94 years old born on March 3, 1925 in the Bronx. Married 67 years to her beloved husband Jack. Daughter of Lucia and Dominic Fortunato. Sister to Bernard Sr. and Louis Fortunato. Proud mother of 6 children, Jack Jr., Robert, Richard, Kenneth, Carole and Thomas.Grandmother of 19 Grandchildren and 13 Great Grandchildren. Adeline was a very special loving wife, mother, and grandmother and had a great love for her family. Her beautiful heart shined and always had a special laughand beautiful smile. She was the kindest and found only good in everybody. She had a special love for the beach and enjoyed the segals, sand, and sunshine.Her love for golf, travelingand spending time with her husband, many many friends and family, was very important to her.She was a homemaker and volunteered for the mentally disabled and handicaped children. We will never forget her delicious Italian cooking including pasta fagioli, peppers, stuffed artichokes, spagetti and meatballs and so much more.Adeline treasured life and her family and she will always be remembered by all of her family and friends that she touched.

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  1. We have been blessed by having Aderline & Jack as our next door neighbors for 23 yrs. I have never seen Aderline without a smile. she was one of a kind,,she loved her house and property.We will miss her,but now she is in Heaven with Jack Rest in peace Aderline PAT & JOE NALLAN

  2. Our deepest sympathy ΓǪ Her life was filled with so much love… She will be missed by her family..

  3. My Aunt Adeline was one of the brightest shining stars in my life. She was always happy, concerned, 100% present, had so many interests and she especially loved having fun with family and friends. Last summer I stopped by to see her out in Hampton Bays and she made me some of her pasta and we sat outside and laughed and ate pasta and enjoyed the sunny day. It was wonderful. Jenny, JennyΓÇÖs Dad (Louis) and I visited her in Marco Island a few years ago and we went out to lunch and we ate alligator together. It was the first time any of us tasted alligator and we all liked it., but we couldnΓÇÖt believe we were actually eating alligator. Barney, Debbie, Jenny and I took Aunt Adeline out to dinner a few months ago and she was beaming with enjoyment. We talked as we broke bread together and we laughed for a few hours. I will truly miss my Aunt Adeline. Her energy was endless, and her laughter and positive outlook on life was contagious We love you and weΓÇÖll miss you very, very much. WeΓÇÖll meet up again someday to share more good times. Peace be with you Aunt Adeline and may God Bless you and keep you forever.

  4. So sorry for the loss of Adeline Sarcona, one of my mother’s (Muriel Kelly) dearest friends. Rest in peace. Kathy KellyRonkonkoma, NY

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