August 27, 1934 ~ March 2, 2021

Born in: Queens, NY
Resided in: Smithtown, NY


Visitation: March 5, 2021 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.

Second Visitation: March 5, 2021 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.

Mass: March 6, 2021 10:30 am

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


St. Charles Cemetery
2015 Wellwood Avenue
Farmingdale, Long Island

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  1. Ohh Aunt Connie!!! Your voice was so beautiful!!! I am so sorry you had to suffer in the end . We love you and are happy you are singing for the Angels. You will be greatly missed!!

  2. Dear Aunt Connie, you will forever be in our hearts and souls. I always felt a special connection with you and although it has been a while since we last spoke, you have always been in my thoughts and prayers. God has received another angel and may you have eternal peace. You live on in your children and our memories and we all have been fortunate to have you in our lives. God Bless you always as you join the others in our family we love that have passed.

  3. Dearest Connie,
    The memories of our lives and family times together as first cousins will remain in my heart forever. Your beautiful soulful energy will continue to shine within the Kingdom of heaven and I know that God our Father will bless you with eternal life.
    Love you always and forever❣️
    Roseann Marsala Ebert 🌹

  4. I have been blessed to know Mrs. Martino over the course of 30 or so years, from the early days of my friendship with her son Rich, when both of us were graduate students at SUNY Stony Brook, through times when I would rely on her generosity and warm hospitality while I searched for my own place to live, then as my life would include my first wife, with whom we all shared our love of music and singing around Mrs. Martino’s wonderful little piano late into the wee hours of the morning. Enjoying delicious dinners together, some made by Mrs. Martino (especially her casserole dish), sharing our joys and venting about whatever frustrations needed to be heard, we would always feel loved and understood by Mrs. Martino, and we would be lucky if we struck up our favorite songs after dinner and hear Mrs. Martino’s beautiful voice grace the atmosphere to end the night. She was never the one to stop all the fun on any given night, and she could have probably gone later than any of us back then. Thank you Rich and Mrs. Martino, for opening up your home and hearts to me, for sharing precious memories that will linger on, warming my thoughts whenever they turn to you. Forever grateful, Greg

  5. Dear Aunt Connie.
    Heaven gained a beautiful angel. Though its been many years since seeing you, I will always remember your soft spoken voice and the beautiful singing voice you had. May you rest now in God’s hands. Xxx Oxx

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