Lillian Capuder
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CAPUDER - Lillian M., age 82, formerly of Massapequa Park, returned to God peacefully on Nov. 2, 2020. Predeceased by her beloved husband, Charles J. Capuder. Dear mother of Michael (April) and Kenneth (Barbara) Capuder. Cherished grandmother of Douglas, Linnae, William and Chloe Capuder. Precious daughter of the late Michela Zammit. Loving sister of Angela (Fred) Shalhoub and Joanna (Charles) Beck. A homemaker in the 1960s, 70s and 80s, Lillian also served in part-time administrative roles at Levines Pharmacy, Tennis Time and Genovese Drugs. Her passions were her family and friends, gardening, being a proud Long Islander, and tennis. Arrangements entrusted to Massapequa Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 Park Blvd., Massapequa Park, NY 11762. A private burial service was held at Pinelawn Memorial Park, where Lillian was laid to rest with Charles. Please visit our website to leave condolences and words of remembrance for the family at massapequafuneralhome.com



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Published in Newsday on Nov. 15, 2020.
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November 16, 2020
I met Lillian back in the early 80's at Tennis Time. She was the League Coordinator and I owned the Pro-Shop. We saw each other every day and became good friends. Working at Tennis Time was like finding a new family. We ate lunch together, celebrated birthdays and holidays together and every year Lillian and her friend Theresa would come to my Christmas party. I remember when I told her I was going to a wedding and had to buy a suit for my son and she said oh no don't buy a suit I have one that's too small for my son but I think it will fit your son, and it did. My son wore the suit on 2 occasions. I spoke to her a few times after she moved from Massapequa Park and the last time I saw Lillian was at Chucks wake. I was very sad to hear about her passing. When I think about Lillian one thing stands out in my mind, she was one of the nicest ladies I have known. My deepest condolence to her family.
Mary Ann Dalimonte
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