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Visitation: January 15, 2021 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.

Visitation: January 15, 2021 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.

Mass: January 16, 2021 10:30 am

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


St. Johns Cemetery
Metropolitan Ave
Middle Village, NY

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  1. Dear Pam, Gabby, and Justine,
    Sitting at my computer again, late at night, looking out my window and my thoughts are overwhelmed with memories of you and Aunt Stephanie. When I first saw the news, it took my breath away. It was as if the wind had knocked it out of me again. I couldn’t respond. I couldn’t write or call or even acknowledge Gabby’s post. For that I am truly sorry and I curse my inherent weakness. You were there for me and I so want to be there for you. We will all say that we can not and, will never be able to, understand the unbelievable depth of your pain. We will all try to find words of comfort that we know probably won’t help. All I can offer is my ability to hear you if you want to talk, to sit next to you if you need a hug to hold, and I think maybe most importantly, share one of my many memories of Aunt Stephanie. The first one that came to mind was the surprise “B” Day party for you and Aunt Stephanie at the Watermill. As we frequently did, Aunt Steph and I decided to head outside for some “French fries” and we would always have the most wonderful conversations. She was so, so intelligent, so insightful, and always came up with such interesting observations yet during that same period of time she could also be very funny, wickedly sarcastic, and adorable at the same time. I always walked away pondering her words and smiling at her character. Interestingly enough, many times I found Billy sharing some “French fries” with her as well. Those two could go on forever discussing everything from politics, ancestry, the economy and yes, even the weather with a joke or two thrown in for good measure. I am so glad that she was an undeniable intertwined connection in mine and my family’s lives. Pam, please know that you are a wonderful twin sister to Stephanie. Always thoughtful, caring, and steadfast. She knew that. I will miss her but I know that she is always just a memory away.

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