Evelyn Frances Cundari

Staten Island, New York


Staten Island, New York


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Evelyn Frances Cundari, 92 Beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother Evelyn Frances Cundari, 92, passed peacefully at Addeo House, Staten Island, NY, on Wednesday February 17, 2021. She was born in Middletown, CT, & lived in Brooklyn & Staten Island. Evelyn was a homemaker, her...

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You loved my husband Rich as if he was your own grandson. I'll never forget coming to your apartment to tell you the news that we would be having a baby. You were delighted beyond belief. Somehow you knew before we did that we would be having "a little guy." Although the pandemic prevented you from meeting and holding your great grandson Noah Jonathan for 6 months, he loved seeing you and listening to you on our video chat calls. Your memory will always be kept alive through...

Grandma ... for 34 years I’ve been blessed to call you my on earth grandma. Now you will be my heavenly angel grandma. Words can’t express the heaviness in my heart knowing that you are no longer here with us on earth. But now I know you will always be my in heaven, guardian angel. Always shine down on us. Until we meet again. Xoxox

56 years ago I came into the family as a young girl at the age of 13. My future mother-in-law loved when I would visit with her which was often and while having tea together, we would talk for hours. The theme of my senior day in high school was baby day and all the girls dressed up as babies. When I told her I would be dressed up as a baby she went out and bought me the biggest lollipop she could find. That...

Mom & Dad

Oh Yeah, Mom had a green thumb !

Evelyn back in the day, attending a wedding 4/20/47

Evelyn with her Father 4/20/47

I can hear you calling me richard over and over... You welcomed into the family and treated me like a grandson. I learned so many wonder things and heard some amazing stories the past 8 years. I know where Brittney gets her amazing traits from. Keep watching over the Cundari family and keep sending those little signs to know you are there. God Bless.

Mom, thank you for a lifetime of love, dedication and understanding. I have learned so much from you that has made me a better person. Your love of family has always meant so much to me. I have never spoken with you where you did not ask about every member of my family by name from Laura to my children and their spouses and my grandchildren. I thank God every day that he chose you as my mother and I will miss you all the remaining days of my life. Love you mom