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Conde, Della

Visiting Saturday April 15th 2-5 PM and 7-9 PM
Mass of Christian Burial Monday April 17th at Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 9 AM
Internment St. Johns Cemetery

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  1. I am very for your loss, I know Mrs. Conde was loved and will be greatly missed. During these times, more than anything else, a relationship with god can help you cope with the death of someone you love. The Bible assures us: “Jehovah is near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.” (Psalm 34:18) Knowing this has helped me & its my hope it will bring you some comfort as well. For more encouraging thoughts please visit https://www.jw.org/finder?d

  2. TO OUR DEAREST MOM
    If you want to know the meaning of an angel, that was Della/Mom. She was a kind, gentle soul who was always reassuring and sympathetic to anyone who crossed her path. She would be the first one to open up her purse and hand a dollar to a homeless person in the street. In fact a homeless man once stopped her daughter to say “tell your mom i said thank you” and that he found a job. She would help anyone . She had compassion for the elderly too. Della had a brother in Cobble Hill nursing home many years ago who she would visit every single day. When she noticed another elderly person in need of assistance she would go over and help them. She would say one day we are all going to get old too. She was so very generous and would always argue with her 2 daughters about paying the restaurant bill. She was very dedicated, her greatest joy was being the best mom to her daughters, best wife to her husband, best grandmother to her 4 grandchildren, best friend to her friends, best sister to her sisters and brothers, best aunt to her nieces and nephews and best mother-in-law to her son-in-laws .
    Mom loved Elvis Presley, planting – she had a green thumb and playing her weekly lotto. She made the best lasagna every Christmas. She also had a passion for our veterans and would donate to their cause all the time. She had 2 brothers who fought in ww2 and lost one brother at the age of 21. She was one of 13 siblings all born in Brooklyn soon after her parents came to America from Italy. She was always a hard worker. Her passion was home decorating. Her home was her castle and looked like a museum, everything in place and orderly. She opened her home up to her family and friends and loved cooking for everyone. No one went hungry in her house. She was a stay at home mom and always bragged about how she never let anyone babysit her children . She was always there to watch each one of her grandchildren too when needed. In her earlier years, she did work as a factory worker many years ago on Furman street in a warehouse which has now been converted into housing. That’s where she met her husband Anthony too. Della was active in her coop and children’s schools during her early years too. She would always help out at the church bazaars, be a lunch duty volunteer at her daughters’ school, and for many years was a floor captain in her coop. She even started a morning coffee group with the priest and other mom’s at St. Charles Borromeo. She was a Brooklyn girl from beginning to end and remained in the downtown Brooklyn area her entire life. She was happy and content and loved her life. One of the things she loved to do was light a candle every night for her loved ones. She prayed a lot too. She was religious in her own way and you can see statues in her home of Mary, Jesus and St. Anthony who was her favorite. Heaven took the best. We will miss her.
    . WE LOVE YOU MOM…..FOREVER WITH US
    CAROLINE AND MARIA

  3. If you want to know the meaning of an angel, that was Della/Mom. She was a kind, gentle soul who was always reassuring and sympathetic to anyone who crossed her path. She would be the first one to open up her purse and hand a dollar to a homeless person in the street. In fact a homeless man once stopped her daughter to say “tell your mom i said thank you” and that he found a job. She would help anyone . She had compassion for the elderly too. Della had a brother in Cobble Hill nursing home many years ago who she would visit every single day. When she noticed another elderly person in need of assistance she would go over and help them. She would say one day we are all going to get old too. She was so very generous and would always argue with her 2 daughters about paying the restaurant bill. She was very dedicated, her greatest joy was being the best mom to her daughters, best wife to her husband, best grandmother to her 4 grandchildren, best friend to her friends, best sister to her sisters and brothers, best aunt to her nieces and nephews and best mother-in-law to her son-in-laws .
    Mom loved Elvis Presley, planting – she had a green thumb and playing her weekly lotto. She made the best lasagna every Christmas. She also had a passion for our veterans and would donate to their cause all the time. She had 2 brothers who fought in ww2 and lost one brother at the age of 21. She was one of 13 siblings all born in Brooklyn soon after her parents came to America from Italy. She was always a hard worker. Her passion was home decorating. Her home was her castle and looked like a museum, everything in place and orderly. She opened her home up to her family and friends and loved cooking for everyone. No one went hungry in her house. She was a stay at home mom and always bragged about how she never let anyone babysit her children . She was always there to watch each one of her grandchildren too when needed. In her earlier years, she did work as a factory worker many years ago on Furman street in a warehouse which has now been converted into housing. That’s where she met her husband Anthony too. Della was active in her coop and children’s schools during her early years too. She would always help out at the church bazaars, be a lunch duty volunteer at her daughters’ school, and for many years was a floor captain in her coop. She even started a morning coffee group with the priest and other mom’s at St. Charles Borromeo. She was a Brooklyn girl from beginning to end and remained in the downtown Brooklyn area her entire life. She was happy and content and loved her life. One of the things she loved to do was light a candle every night for her loved ones. She prayed a lot too. She was religious in her own way and you can see statues in her home of Mary, Jesus and St. Anthony who was her favorite. Heaven took the best. We will miss her.
    Your loving daughters
    Caroline and Maria

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