RoseMarie Longo

RoseMarie Longo (Damiano)

Thursday, December 23rd, 1937 - Wednesday, March 25th, 2020
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RoseMarie Longo of North White Plains, NY passed away on March 25, 2020 surrounded by her family. She will live on in the hearts of those who knew her. RoseMarie was a light unto the world and touched the lives of all she met through her genuine kindness and compassion, infinite strength and courage, as well as her constant positivity and heart of gold. She will be missed enormously. Born in White Plains, NY on December 23, 1937, she was the daughter of the late Gaetano Damiano and Phyllis Portanova. She was predeceased by her devoted husband, Paul Longo, loving twin sisters, Joanne Pierce, Jean Damiano, and her adored baby brother, Rocco Damiano. She is survived by her beloved children, Susan Longo-Marzella, Richard Longo, Diana Longo-Altro and Gerard Longo. She is also survived by her loving daughters-in-law, Kim Longo, Sharon Longo and her wonderful son-in-law, Scott Altro. RoseMarie is survived by her seven cherished grandchildren, Nicholas and Frankie Marzella, Matthew and Andrea Longo, Danielle and Scott Altro and Emily Longo. She is survived by her loving sister, Florence Cotroneo and wonderful sister-in-law, Jerie Ann Damiano. She leaves behind many nieces and her adored Tyler. She was retired from BOCES Northern Westchester. She enjoyed being around her family. She was a loving mother and a caring grandmother. Her family will always remember her delicious meals, family gatherings, building gingerbread houses and decorating gingerbread men at Christmas. She leaves behind a beautiful legacy and she will never be forgotten. She will be our guardian angel in heaven. Her soul will live on forever. Interment, Mount Calvary Cemetery. A memorial mass for family and friends will follow at a future date. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in her name to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Memphis, Tenn.
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  • Interment

    Mt. Calvary Cemtery
    Address Not Available
    Due to Covid-19 only the immediate family members of 10 or less people are allowed at the Funeral Service.
Due to Covid-19 only the immediate family members of 10 or less people are allowed at the Funeral Service.


Donations are being accepted for: ST JUDE CHILDRENS RESEARCH HOSPITAL INC.


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Private Condolence

Barbara Cirocco

Posted at 04:14pm
Dear DeeDee, Susan, Ricky, and Gerry,
I would like to offer you and your families our deepest and most sincere condolences and may the soul of your mother (Aunt Roe) rest in peace. Your mother will be terribly missed. She was loved by all of us and she will be cherished in our memories forever. Love. Barbara and Robbie

Gina Cotroneo

Posted at 12:56pm
Dear Susan, Ricky & Kim, Diana & Scott, Gerry & Sharon & grandchildren - We are heartbroken by the loss of our dear Aunt Ro, and our Mom's dear sister RoseMarie. She was a loving person with such a giant smile, it could light up a whole room. We remember the visits to White Plains to see all of you and Grandma and Grandpa Damiano - all of us eating spaghetti with Grandma's giant meatballs. Your Mom was full of energy, joy, generosity and love for others. She will be missed and we pray for all of you during this difficult time. With much love, Gina, Judy, Catherine, Michelle and Aunt Flo.

Donna Ciccone

Posted at 05:34pm
Dear DeeDee, Susan, Ricky & deepest condolences and heartfelt sorrow, I have many cherished memories of your beautiful Mom..she’ll now sleep peacefully with your Dad, Her Brother Butch and Beloved Parents🙏🏻God Bless all of you and I’m sending prayers for your strength..I’m so sorry..

Diana Longo-Altro

Posted at 03:56pm
Dear Mom,
I didn’t want to let you go but I knew I had to. A piece of me went with you. Heartbroken.

I’ll love you FOREVER!

Danielle Altro

Posted at 11:31pm
Those we love don’t go away,
They walk beside us every day.
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and forever dear.

The Marzella, Longo & Altro Families

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