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189 Route 109
West Babylon, NY 11704
Phone: 631-422-0100
Fax: 631-422-0101
Virginia Dalessio

Virginia

Saturday, November 2nd, 1929 - Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
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Virginia (Dolly) Dalessio, 90, passed away on April 21, 2020 at 9:54 AM in her home in Massapequa Park, NY due to cardiac issues. Virginia is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Patricia and Louis DiPadova, and her son, Anthony Dalessio. She is also survived by her step-grandson, Chris and step-granddaughter, Alyssa and her husband, Daniel. She is also survived by her great-grandson, Jacob who was the joy of her life. Virginia is also survived by her younger brother James Giudice.
Virginia was born on November 2, 1929 to the parents of Frank and Jennie Giudice in Brooklyn, NY. She married Michael Dalessio, her soul mate and it was a match made in heaven. Michael, also from Brooklyn, was the fruit and vegetable delivery boy for Virginiaa??s mom, Jennie a?? Michael was the apple of her eye! Michael and Virginia were married for 48 years before Michael passed away in 2001. They are now together in paradise.
Virginia now joins her parents and her older brothers in heaven, Dominick, Frank, Michael, John and Anthony Giudice, and many others who she loved. You could never say anything bad about her brothers! She was the first girl born after five brothers a?? thus, she was their doll and everyone knows her and called her Dolly a?? Dolly Dalessio.
Being the caretaker for her parents, Frank and Jennie, she never stopped caring and giving back. She never wanted to see anyone suffer and helped everyone. She loved to cook and always enjoyed giving family and friends food to take home. Her hobby was to shop a?? to go food shopping with her daughter and to shop for others. Virginia enjoyed going to her sona??s country club and she connected with so many who simply adored her. She was so proud of her children.
She suffered for many years with heart conditions, but she was a fighter and she never wanted anyone to know she was in pain. She loved the old neighborhood a?? Lefferts Avenue in Brooklyn, and always enjoyed getting together with her cousins in Hackensack, NJ as a child.
Virginia never wanted anyone to go out of their way for her a?? she wanted to do the heavy lifting but because of her lovable disposition, it was hard not to give her the world.
She loved her nieces and nephews a?? the Giudicea??s, the Dalessioa??s, the Prinzoa??s, and of course Maryann and Tommy Gambino. There were so many and they were all like her children. She enjoyed talking every day to her life-long friend Nettie a?? one of her bridesmaids.
In lieu of flowers, the children of Virginia request you make a donation in her honor to the American Heart Association of Long Island, or North Shore University Hospital Cardiology in Manhasset, NY.
On the day Virginia left us on April 21, the rain drops fell, before the sounds of thunder. The tears of the angels signified that God wanted her, and those that passed before her were filled with joy as she entered the gates of heaven.
A visitation at Noce Funeral Home of West Babylon, NY (631) 422-0100 will take place on April 24 and the burial service with a Church blessing and a??last journeya?? will occur on May 12 at St. Charles Roman Catholic Cemetery in Farmingdale, NY (Section 26, Range TT, No. 158). Due to the present situation, these services will be limited. However, Virginiaa??s children will be having a memorial to celebrate her life (date to follow). Please keep Virginia and her family in your prayers.
Thank you.
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Mary Ann Gambino

Posted at 02:28pm
Virginia (Dolly) Dalessio, 90, passed away on April 21, 2020 at 9:54 AM in her home in Massapequa Park, NY due to cardiac issues. Virginia is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Patricia and Louis DiPadova, and her son, Anthony Dalessio. She is also survived by her step-grandson, Chris and step-granddaughter, Alyssa and her husband, Daniel. She is also survived by her great-grandson, Jacob who was the joy of her life. Virginia is also survived by her younger brother James Giudice.
Virginia was born on November 2, 1929 to the parents of Frank and Jennie Giudice in Brooklyn, NY. She married Michael Dalessio, her soulmate and it was a match made in heaven. Michael, also from Brooklyn, was the fruit and vegetable delivery boy for Virginia’s mom, Jennie – Michael was the apple of her eye! Michael and Virginia were married for 48 years before Michael passed away in 2001. They are now together in paradise.
Virginia now joins her parents and her older brothers in heaven, Dominick, Frank, Michael, John and Anthony Giudice, and many others who she loved. You could never say anything bad about her brothers! She was the first girl born after five brothers – thus, she was their doll and everyone knows her and called her Dolly – Dolly Dalessio.
Being the caretaker for her parents, Frank and Jennie, she never stopped caring and giving back. She never wanted to see anyone suffer and helped everyone. She loved to cook and always enjoyed giving family and friends food to take home. Her hobby was to shop – to go food shopping with her daughter and to shop for others. Virginia enjoyed going to her son’s country club and she connected with so many who simply adored her. She was so proud of her children.
She suffered for many years with heart conditions, but she was a fighter and she never wanted anyone to know she was in pain. She loved the old neighborhood – Lefferts Avenue in Brooklyn, and always enjoyed getting together with her cousins in Hackensack, NJ as a child.
Virginia never wanted anyone to go out of their way for her – she wanted to do the heavy lifting but because of her lovable disposition, it was hard not to give her the world.
She loved her nieces and nephews – the Giudice’s, the Dalessio’s, the Prinzo’s, and of course Maryann and Tommy Gambino. There were so many and they were all like her children. She enjoyed talking every day to her life-long friend Nettie – one of her bridesmaids.
In lieu of flowers, the children of Virginia request you make a donation in her honor to the American Heart Association of Long Island, or North Shore University Hospital Cardiology in Manhasset, NY.
On the day Virginia left us on April 21, the rain drops fell, before the sounds of thunder. The tears of the angels signified that God wanted her, and those that passed before her were filled with joy as she entered the gates of heaven.
A visitation at Noce Funeral Home of West Babylon, NY (631) 422-0101 will take place on April 24 from 1 to 3 PM, and the burial service with a Church blessing and ‘last journey’ will occur on May 12 at 11:30 AM at St. Charles Roman Catholic Cemetery in Farmingdale, NY (Section 26, Range TT, No. 158). Due to the present situation, these services will be limited. However, Virginia’s children will be having a memorial to celebrate her life (date to follow). Please keep Virginia and her family in your prayers.
Thank you.

 

Mary Ann Gambino Posted at 02:30pm

This is from her children. I just wanted to post this.
MG

Mary Ann Gambino

Posted at 09:29pm
Aunt Dolly was an amazing woman. I have so many wonderful memories of her. As a kid I used to go and stay at her house and have so much fun. She was kind and considerate and so loving. And as an adult I learned so much from her. We used to talk about cooking and she would always tell me the way to cook something if I wasn't sure how. Our joke was the rice pudding. She made the best rice pudding and lately she said it didn't come right. We used to try and figure out why our rice pudding wasn't tasting right. I had so much fun talking to her at least 3 times a day.
I will miss her so much. She was like a mom to me and she took a piece of my heart.
I will always cherish those wonderful memories.
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