Minnie-Cucchia-Obituary

Minnie Cucchia

Staten Island, New York

Age 102

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Minnie Cucchia, 102 S.I. centenarian; great-great-grandmother of three Minnie Cucchia, 102, of New Dorp, died June 10, 2019. Mrs. Cucchia was born in Manhattan and was the wife of deceased Salvatore. She is survived by her children, Angela Gengler, Grace and Steve Cucchia; grandchildren,...

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Rest with the angels. You will be greatly missed Minnie. Love, Alana & Dave xo

I love you, Aunt Minnie! Thank you for spending so many years thinking of us, making things for us with all your love and being a part of our lives.

You were and still are a family treasure!

Your great-niece,

Amanda

Rest In Peace Nana.

I am so sorry to hear this. I was in the hospital last week, and I was lucky to have Minnie as my roommate as I recovered from surgery. She was so amazing. We talked about many things. She told me about her family. When I asked her secret to a long life, she told me to work hard at everything you do and to stay out of trouble. She also taught me to make the best of things when and if they don't go the way you planned. I am blessed to have met her. My deepest condolences to her loved...

I am so sorry to hear this. I was in the hospital last week. I was lucky enough to have Minnie as my room mate. We talked about many things, and she really was an amazing person. She told me her secret to a long life was to work hard at everything and stay out of trouble. She also taught me to make the best of things when and if they don't go as you planned. I am blessed to have met her. IMy condolences to her loved ones. Sincerely, Lucinda Pellizzi

My Dear Aunt Minnie,

You were a special part of my life and will always have a special place in my heart!

Sleep in the sweetest peace

The loss of a love one is difficult. May the precious memories you have help you cope and bring you peace. 1 Thes. 4:14 can bring you some comfort knowing that there is a future for the ones we have lost in death can be reassuring. May the God of peace be with you and your family