July 8, 1943 ~ April 27, 2022

Born in: Queens, New York
Resided in: Smithtown, New York


Visitation: April 29, 2022 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.

Second Visitation: April 29, 2022 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.

Mass: April 30, 2022 12:00 pm

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


St. Philip Neri Cemetery
99 Laurel Rd.

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  1. Taken from us way too early but will never be forgotten!
    Rest In Peae Terry with the angels!♥️🙏🏼
    Kathleen Brady & Family

  2. Loved you sis ❤️

    Loved visiting you during holidays and in the summer

    You will always be remembered .
    I pray for you – I know you will see your husband Joe, along with mom and dad and aunt Alma and Grandma❤️❤️❤️

  3. Always in our hearts.
    Your kindness and thoughtfulness will be missed, but never forgotten. You will always be in our prayers. Love

  4. candleMay Terry rest in peace. Our heartfelt condolences to Lynn and her entire family. We are sorry for your loss and you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. candleThe laughs we had, the shared memories of our kids growing up, and us growing up, Girl Scouts, the husbands sharing their love of baseball, all to make life worth living. Rest In Peace, Terry. God bless your family .

  6. My prayers and thoughts to all of you at this difficult time. I have such fond memories of your mom. Love you!

  7. She will finally find peace in God’s hands and be with Joe. Condolences to her children and grandchildren of whom she was so proud. I find it hard to believe that we were friends for 65 years! We will miss you Terry at our high school get togethers.

    • Norman. Mel and I are so sorry for the loss of your dear sister. Sending our love and prayers.

  8. Sending love and condolences to your family. Wishing you strength and comfort during this difficult time and may you find comfort in cherished memories. Deborah and Gary xxx

  9. Condolences to the family who are grieving. Friends will feel her loss in a different way but still we mourn. We graduated from SMA in 1961 and although we were out of touch for some years, it was such fun to reconnect these past 20 something years. She will be missed. Love.

  10. Terry
    You were a blessing to so many people. I am grateful to have known you and I thank you.
    Sincere sympathy to your family. You will be missed.
    Rest in peace. ✝️

  11. Dear Norm, we are so sorry to hear of your sister’s passing. We send our love and heartfelt condolences.
    Mike, Laura, Kevin and Julia

  12. Norm, Joan and Family,

    Sorry to hear the news about the loss of your sister Terry. Keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

    Michael, Wojtek, Ingela and Brenna

  13. candleMy deepest condolences to Terry’s family and friends. From what I’ve heard, Terry was a compassionate woman. I believe Terry was my second cousin, meeting her for the first time several years ago at a reunion upstate New York. It’s a shame we didn’t connect sooner. I’ve lived in the area for more than 25 years and never knew we were related. God rest her soul.

  14. Condolences to all who knew her, especially the immediate family. It is never easy. Reactions to the loss are tributes to her.

  15. candleWe Terry’s Irish family McDonagh and O’Halloran families are so sorry to hear of Terry’s passing. We remember her visit to Ireland and are so glad she came to Ireland and met with us as she was so connected with Ireland and Irish people.
    I personally remember her warm, open, generous personality on my visits long time ago to her home in New York and my contact with her on Facebook in later years. She was a woman of faith, who was from my experience, possessed of a kind heart always concerned to do the right and fair thing and always thinking of others. Even though at huge distance I will miss her.
    Our condolences to her family Peggy, Joseph and Lynn and their families and her grandchildren and to Norman, Barry and Jeff and their families on their sad loss.
    May she rest in peace

  16. Dear Joan & Norm,
    I’m so sorry hearing about your sister, Terry’s death. May she Rest In Peace.
    I will keep your sister, Terry, in my prayers, as well as you both, as you mourn her loss.
    Mary McGreal

  17. Dear Joan and Norm,
    How sad it is to close someone so close and our peer. A bit of ourselves goes with them.
    God and peace be with you and her.
    Barbara McCusker

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