Anna G. McElfatrick

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July 8, 1944 ~ February 6, 2023

Born in: Manhattan, NY
Resided in: South Setauket, NY

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Visitation: February 11, 2023 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Service: February 13, 2023 11:00 am

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A


Mt. Pleasant Cemetery & Crematory
43 Main St.

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Anna G. McElfatrick 's name.

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

501 St. Jude Place
Memphis, TN

Memories Timeline


  1. Ann, you were my closest friend for over 35 yrs. We have been through everything together the good times and the hard times. I will miss you and keep our wonderful memories in my mind as I travel the rest of my journey. I know you are now with GJ your brothers parents and all of the people that you loved that went home before you. That gives me comfort because you deserve to be happy and at peace ❤️
    I will see you when I get home love you 🥰 Until we meet again my dear friend RIP 🙏

  2. Dear Ann, you will be so missed my friend. You always have been the nurturer who always checked
    On your friends and our families. You were an awesome mother, friend and wife. Your boy will be waiting to greet you. Love you Ann and RIP.

  3. Heartfelt condolences from our family to yours during this difficult time. May Anna rest in eternal peace 🙏❤️

    Darlene, Guy, Michael, Dana & Gianna

  4. I will miss you so much Anna! You smile, your wonderful stories of the family you loved so dearly. Rest in Peace our dear Anna🙏🏼

  5. Anna, you were my best friend for 78 years,In fact you were more than my best friend, you were family. You were always so supportive and comforting through the good and the bad times. I will miss you so much. May you rest in peace together with g.j.-your brothers,your parents and all your loved ones that went home before you.
    Love Antoinette,Richard,Chris,and their families. ❤️

  6. candleAnn I enjoyed our chats & will miss the laughs that we shared, your generous kind heart and how even though you weren’t feeling well you always went out of your way to make the ones you loved feel special! You will be greatly missed Ann! Now you’re with your son and other loved ones in heaven! We will watch over George here at Atria! Love you ❤️🙏🏼👼🏻 Rip oxox

  7. My Dearest Ann, It will be so hard to adjust to life without you as we talked almost every day and sometimes several times a day over the past thirty-seven years. We were fortunate to meet one another when our boys became friends in preschool. It will be a real adjustment not to be able to pick up the phone to share my life and hear yours. You were so passionate about cooking and were always so generous in sharing your delicious meals. We shared so many of those meals as family, especially at the holidays. It was difficult when you had to leave this area a few years ago but at least we were able to stay in touch. You were a wonderful support and friend. I will miss you immensely.

  8. I’ve only known Anna and George for two years… But the warmth and blessings I’ve learned are life-changing… I am so sorry for your families’ loss… God bless; and you are in my prayers.

  9. Wow, I’m lost for words
    What I can say is I lost a very very dear (family member) Not by blood but by Anna being Anna. Her home was my home . Every meal she made I had a plate waiting for me . She was and always will be a blessing in my families life. Never once did she think twice to offer anything to anyone. Anna ur hm w your son and brother. Your happy now Rest In Peace my lady . Hey now all 3 of you can make rice balls . Lol love you lady .❤️😘

  10. Anna had a rare talent that her beloved G.J had being able to be friends with just about anybody. Look up the word caring in the dictionary and Anna’s picture should be there. I got to know after His Excoellency George passed. I will never forget the day George senior and her sang Happy Birthday to me. Love you Ann.

  11. RIP Anna. Condolences to everyone who knew and loved Anna. Memories are forever. Thank you Anna for keeping the peace very many years ago. Never forgotten!

    Ana, John and family

  12. candleAnna rest in peace. My mother Rose and I are sadden by your passing. But we know that you are with your son in heaven.

  13. We send our deepest condolences to George and the entire family. As friends of GJ’s, Ann was like a second mother to us. She was always so warm and welcoming, and made us and all of the many friends her beloved GJ had feel like family. To know her was truly to love her. We will miss her very much and will miss her frequent calls. We send love to George, and know that Anna will now rest in peace.

  14. Ann treated me like family from the moment I first met her. She was always so compassionate and generous. On a personal level I remember fondly that she encouraged me creatively and always wished me happiness no matter what the relationship status was between her son and myself. We certainly met and interacted under stressful circumstances. Still, she had so much love to give, and I felt deeply for her when her son passed away. I will miss her, and I pray she is at peace.

  15. Ann I will so miss our talks and the friendship we shared the past 40 years. You always had such good advice in times I needed it most. You always gave so much even when you might not have had it to give, physically and emotionally. I love you and will truly miss you. I know you’re in good hands and happy to be with GJ. Give him a kiss for me. Till we meet again. Xoxo

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