Anne Bottari

anne bottari

Antoinette (Anne) Cutrone Bottari, 96 years old, passed away on December 23rd. She was the beloved wife of 71 years and is survived by Crispin Bottari. Born to the late Vito and Celeste Cutrone in Brooklyn, New York, Anne was the eldest of three children. She is also survived but her five daughters, three son-in-laws, eleven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Anne was the most beautiful, kind-hearted, lovable person. She touched the lives of anyone who met her with her beautiful smile. She enjoyed her days being creative by crocheting, drawing and painting when she could. Most of all she loved spending time with her family. In lieu of flowers, a donation to St. Jude Children’s hospital can be made in her name.


Visitation: December 26, 2021 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home
190 East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787

Visitation: December 26, 2021 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home
190 East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787

Mass: December 27, 2021 9:45 pm

St. Patrick's R C Church Smithtown
280 E Main St

Interment: December 27, 2021 11:15 am

Calverton National Cemetery
210 Princeton Blvd.

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Memories Timeline


  1. candleA beautiful person, an angel now in heaven…we will never forget Anne, her smile, gentle ways and most of all the good times spent together!

  2. The example of Anne & Cris is the essence of what family could be & should be as a mirror of the presence of Jesus, Mary & Joseph as the BEST family that ever lived. Anne was the BEST❗Pray for us Anne in heaven.

  3. Mom, we were the true light of my life. I couldn’t imagine a better mother. Your constant love, guidance and inspiration will be forever in my heart. Life without you is going to be tough, but I hope our beautiful memories together will help me get through this difficult time. I love you with all my heart and soul! XOXO

  4. Mom, I hope you are dancing and singing with the angels. I couldn’t have asked for a better mother. My memories will live in my heart forever. Thank you for providing your wisdom, grace, love and beauty with your family and friends. You truly were the kindest person i have ever known. Life here without you will never be the same. Until we meet again. Love you forever 💜🙏🏼💜

  5. Not only were you my mom, but also my best friend. I will always cherish all our time spent together. You are forever in my heart, and I miss you so much already. 💖 Your love, kindness, beauty and wisdom will help guide me through life. I know you are singing up there with all your loved ones who were waiting for you. Love you always and forever. 💔🕊🙏

  6. I am so sad to hear of your sudden passing, but you will forever be in my heart and I am blessed to have had you as part of the Bottari family tree. God’s blessings on you and the family you left to grieve. Love, sue

  7. To the Entire Bottari family,
    Ann was a wonderful lady. She is up there with the angels now. My mom and her are God’s social directors by now.
    Ann is looking down at us with a smile.
    Go Hatfields & MCCoys. I’m always going to remember those days.

  8. Mrs. Bottari was a loving mother and wife, she was a light to all who knew her. We are in awe of Daughter Christin’e’s eulogy; Such a wonderful and fitting portrait of a Great Lady. The evidence of her goodness, wisdom and compassion are to be seen in her Family.. Just Look at her 5 Daughters and husband Chris. Fantastic people, every one of them! A Great and Loving family and Great people.
    Her influence is there to be seen and celebrated.
    God Give her rest, happiness and repose.
    All our Deepest Condolences, Paul, Jan, Adam and Alex Kutscera

  9. Aunt Anne, you and Uncle Chris have been part of my life since I was born. I love you both and feel very blessed that you have been part of my family. Thank you for your kindness, love and all of the letters and cards we have written to each other over the years.

  10. All the Bottari Family..I am so saddened to learn of Anne’s passing. What a wonderful person she was and set an example for the rest of us to emulate. I really treasure the times we got together as families . It was never often enough. My heartfelt sympathy to Chris and his girls and their families. Love to all Carol Bottari

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