Lorraine Theresa Scafide

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Lorraine Theresa Scafide Age 72 of Hauppauge, NY. On February 29, 2020. Beloved wife of the Joseph. Loving mother of Paul (Tiffany) & the late Lisa Ann. Cherished grandmother of Ariana Shaw & Lexie Webster. Adored sister of Jeanette Figliozzi (Senio).

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  1. My condolences to your family. Lorraine is one of the nicest ladies I have had the pleasure to meet. She will be missed.God bless you, sweet Angel.

  2. Our thoughts and prayers to Lorraine’s beautiful family. As teenagers, cousin Lorraine and I were always together. Movies, dances, family gatherings. What fun we had. Always giving, lovable and that big beautiful smile. I will never forget it. I will miss her with all my heart and soul. I love you Lorraine. John & Mary Ellen Corsello

  3. Our beloved Lorraine. You were such a very important part of our family. Our grandchildren became your grandchildren, our children became your nieces and nephews, you became our sister and we will miss you beyond what words can describe.

  4. It was such a sad day when we received a call about our Dear Cousin Lorraine. I think back to our younger days as kids when Aunt Josie and Uncle Paul had the summer Bungalow in Lake Ronkonkoma. There were some many people coming and going over the summer that when you did go it was only for one week and you had to make your request way in advance. Every week the Bungalow was packed 6 – 7 relatives at a time, sleeping on the couch, the floor, on a mattress and if you were lucky you got a bed. I smoked my first and last cigarette in the woods behind the bungalow with Cousin Jeanette. It was so hot we couldn’t wait to go down the hill to go swimming in the Lake. Cuz you always had a great attitude, you always had a smile and your laugh was contagious. I will always remember our times together. Joey and the family be strong and we are all here for you. Love you Cuz – Always with Love and Prayers – Cousin Louis & Louise – Last time we saw each other when you came down to Florida.

  5. To Joe and family, Please accept my sincere sympathies on the loss of Lorraine. We go back at least 50 years. We went to school together, legal secretarial school, and took the subway to work. I lived around the corner and on my way to the subway I would stop at Lorraine’s house and we would go together. She was one of my closest friends and I am sorry we did not stay in touch after all these years. I am so sorry. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

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