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Recent Obituaries

Rose De Cioccio's passing on Monday, October 16, 2023 has been publicly announced by Harrison Funeral Home in Harrison, NY.

Frank Mosia of Larchmont sadly passed away at home surrounded by his loving family on October 15, 2023. He was 60. Born in the Bronx, NY on April 26, 1963 to Anthony J. and Stella Mosia (nee DiLorenzo).

Frank is the beloved husband of Vicki Mosia (nee Warren), cherished father of Frankie and Emme Mosia, dear brother of Denise Medoff (Robert), Ronnie Mosia (Lisa), Jeff Mosia (Marjorie) and the late Anthony Mosia (Martha), loving brother -in -law of Chrissi Adamo (Anthony). He is also survived by his adored nieces and nephews, Virigina, Melissa, Matthew, Fallon, Jeffrey, Mark, Matthew and great niece Lucia.

Frank along with his brother Jeff own and operate Mosia Brothers Auto Service in Mamaroneck for the past 30 years. Frank was an avid NY Rangers hockey fan who enjoyed watching the games with his family. He was a man with simple taste and focused on providing his children with the best life possible without worrying about himself. Frank was a truly great man whose impact will be forever felt by his family, that loves him dearly. He was a selfless man whose passing leaves an unfillable gap in the hearts of his loved ones. His ability to sacrifice, provide, support, and love will be forever ingrained in all who know him.

Noel Dorf of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and Mamaroneck, NY Passed away Saturday October 14, 2023.

Assunta (Armida) Grandi DiLallo, of Mamaroneck, passed away Wednesday October 11, 2023. Assunta, known to all as Sue, was 81 years old.Born in Lonigo, Vicenza, Italy on August 15, 1942 to Mario Grandi and Erminia Magnabosco.Sue was a beautiful and talented woman, with stunning green eyes that brought joy and life to all around her.Her beauty and strength led her to her beloved husband, the late Louis DiLallo, whom she met while he was on vacation in Florida. It was truly love at first sight.They married right away, and Louis swept her off her feet and took her to NY where they created a wonderful family.Sue loved tending to her garden and grew roses as exquisite as she was.Sue was an incredible cook and an amazing homemaker who was full of life and enjoyed being out on the town with family and friends.Sue was truly a saint who overcame many tough obstacles but was the epitome of strength and beauty and was adored by all.Above all she was a loving wife, mother, and Nana.Assunta is survived by her loving children Dominick (Angela) and Debbie; her cherished grandchildren Desiree, Alexander, Louis, Vincent, and great-granddaughter Olivia.Assunta is also survived by her dear siblings in Italy; Albano, Galileo, Marissa, Rosetta, Eduardo; in-laws Orlando and Filamena DiLallo, Joyce Preston, Vito, and Susan Planamento; along with many nieces and nephews.


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