July 20, 1946 ~ July 21, 2021

Born in: Brooklyn, NY
Resided in: Nesconset, NY


Visitation: July 25, 2021 4:00 - 8:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.

Mass: July 26, 2021 9:45 am

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


St. Patrick's Cemetery Smithtown
Mount Pleasant Road

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  1. Gone too soon but her love and memories live on. What a beautiful life she lived. I’m so terribly sorry for your loss and I offer my condolences as you grieve.

  2. We were totally heart broken to hear about mom!!
    We are not over dad passing, miss him terribly in Florida.
    Hope our faith will get us to make sense out of loosing our precious loved ones.

  3. candleDear Carin & Family,
    We are saddened by this awful news. Please accept our condolences.
    Your mom was a beautiful and wonderful person. We always enjoyed seeing the pictures of all the grandkids in the Christmas cards. I will miss her and your dad, especially when they would wave as they drove by the house.
    Together with your beloved dad she lives forever in you, your brothers and all the beautiful grandchildren. Their legacy of love will endure for generations.
    God bless all of you in this time of grieving.

  4. Dear Carin & Family,
    Please except my condolences on the passing of your mom. She is up in heaven with your father. They are looking down on you with a smile. They will always be in your heart forever.

  5. With our deepest sympathy to the entire family. Gail was such a warm ,loving, outgoing person it was a privilege to know her.

  6. We’ve shared many wonderful experiences over the past 63 years. Now rest in peace with your beloved Carl.
    You will remain forever in my heart, dear friend.
    Heartfelt condolences to Carl, Carin, Christopher & their families.

  7. My husband and I met Gail and Carl while on a Tauck Tour in South Dakota to tour Mount Rushmore and other states. We immediately became friends with the 3 other couples with whom they were travelling and had “one hell of a good time together” – they were wonderful people. We continued our friendship via e-mail and Gail’s beautiful annual Christmas Card. Her Grandchildren were her pride and joy. I haven’t heard from her for several months and have been concerned. I finally decided to check Google and I am so sorry to read about her death. My deepest condolences to each of the family. May memories be a source of comfort at this time. I live in California and Gail and Carl had said, if they came out here again, we would get together. I am so saddened this morning reading about your loss. Both Gail and Carl were marvelous people.

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