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9620 3rd Ave.
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Rosemarie Nardiello

Rosemarie G Nardiello

Friday, March 22nd, 1929 - Wednesday, February 27th, 2019
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  • Visitation

    Friday, March 1st, 2019 | 2:00pm - 5:00pm
    Friday, March 1st, 2019 2:00pm - 5:00pm
    McLaughlin & Sons Funeral Home
    9620 - Third Avenue
    BROOKLYN, NY 11209
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  • Second Visitation

    Friday, March 1st, 2019 | 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    Friday, March 1st, 2019 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    McLaughlin & Sons Funeral Home
    9620 - Third Avenue
    BROOKLYN, NY 11209
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    Saturday, March 2nd, 2019 | 10:30am
    Saturday, March 2nd, 2019 10:30am
    Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church
    526 59th Street
    Brooklyn, New York, NY 11220
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    St. John's Cemetery
    80-01 Metropolitan Avenue
    Middle Village, NY 11379
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Private Condolence

Lisa Sulfaro

Posted at 12:55pm
My grandmother, Rosemarie Nardiello – “Ez” was born on March 22, 1929. She was a caring daughter, granddaughter, niece, cousin, and the ideal wife, daughter-in-law, sister-in law, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, great-aunt and friend.
Rosemarie Nardiello grew up in Brooklyn with her parents, Angelina and Pasquale with her 2 brothers, Peter and Richard. She eventually gained sisters in Aunt Eleanor and Aunt Carol. She spent Sundays with her extended family and growing up, she was especially close with her mother’s sister, Aunt Margie. Remarkably, she graduated from Fort Hamilton High School 3rd in her class. So remember, if you inherited the intelligence gene, you have her to thank for it.
One of the happiest days of her life was when she married my grandfather, Vincent Nardiello. She was a devoted wife and mother to Linda, Susan and Gary. She and my grandfather gave their children a story-book childhood, a very happy home and good old-fashioned family values. My grandmother often talked about raising her children at a time when she didn’t have to worry about them coming home from school for lunch, and you could simply leave them in their strollers in front of the A and P while you shopped. Their upbringing was filled with Sunday dinners with all the family, weekend trips to the country house they shared with cousins Bobby, Pat, Sebastian and William, playing cards and just enjoying each other’s company without cell phones. My grandmother was the go-to person for everyone for anything and everything. For as long as I can remember, she has been the caretaker of all of her family members – parents, aunts and uncles – and never complained as she managed all aspects of elder care for many relatives at once like a special operations force while simultaneously handling her own family’s responsibilities. Despite her busy family schedule, she was always dressed to the nines – with the perfect hair, nails and accessories for any occasion.
My grandmother was especially proud to see her 3 children get married and she was a wonderful mother-in-law who was more like a mother to Carl, Roddy, Rhonda and Brendan. If you think she was a good mother, I assure you she was an even better grandmother. She was a proud grandmother of Steven, Matthew, Melissa, Christopher, Francis, Roy, Leanna, Jessica, Jake, Jaime, Joe, Gary and myself. She was a favorite aunt of Cynthia, Tommy, Dianne, Patrick, Peter, Richard, James, Peter, Isabella and Christian who she regarded with no less love than she had for her own grandkids. We will always remember the excitement of school supply bags, summer clothes, sleepovers, ice cream sundaes, trips to the beauty parlor, D2 and George’s Restaurant. And if any of us wanted a specific toy, Grandma went out and pounded the pavement to find it – back in the olden days before Amazon Prime – and she always produced it! All of us have said that she was not only our grandmother, but our best friend, our biggest fan and our greatest protector. And for better or for worse, she defended each and every one of her children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews fiercely and unapologetically. You definitely didn’t want to be the one to ring her bell, mispronounce your name and accuse her son of breaking your child’s glasses, regardless of what the facts might have been!
My grandmother’s life wasn’t always easy. In 1986, she narrowly survived cancer and received a life-saving surgery that added another 30 years to her life. She lived to meet and eventually suffer the loss of her beloved daughter-in-law Rhonda in 1997. She spent a lot of time with Rhonda and often talked about their shopping trips to the Secaucus Outlets. She loved Rhonda as her own daughter and the feeling was mutual. This loss was compounded by the loss of her son, my uncle Gary in 2012 with whom she shared an unbreakable bond. At a time she could easily have given up, she rolled up her sleeves and got to work. She did everything possible to participate in the care of her babies –Jessica, Jaime, Jake and Joe and then Roy who she is joined with in heaven, Leanna and Gary Jr. She was instrumental in their upbringing and took a special pride in what wonderful people each and every one they grew to become. She loved to see 2 of her grandchildren get married and was happy to gain Angelo and Melissa as grandchildren. She was excited for Leanna’s upcoming wedding and looked forward to gaining Connor as a grandson.
Family dinners, holidays and traditions were like no other where Ez was concerned and proof that the bigger the better didn’t just apply to her hair and earrings. She decorated her entire house and porch for every holiday. Eventually, every kid in the neighborhood figured out that her house was the one to trick or treat at and she gave out upwards of 85 bags of candy. And as far as I was concerned, there was only one place in this world to be on Christmas Eve.
To have lived long enough to see her grandchildren grow up and make her a great-grandmother SIX times over. Anna Lisa, Alessandra, Angelo, William, Adrianna and Andrew have had the rare privilege and fortune of knowing their great-grandmother’s love and feeling her touch. I think little William nailed it when he wrote“ Ez is my friend” on his latest drawing of her.
Ez was a friend to all of us. She knew each and every one of us inside and out. Yesterday, at least 30 of us reported having spoken to her 17 times a day and it will forever remain a mystery how that was ever mathematically possible time-wide, given that there are only 24 hours in a day.
In sum, my grandmother was a wonderful woman who lived a long, happy life. Her suffering was short, and in her final days, my grandmother was surrounded by an unprecedented amount, as the nurses told us, of family and friends. It’s rare to see someone get back all that they gave over the years – but I think we made that happen together, and I think we made a good team.
Grandma, through your family your memory will be honoured forever. Be at peace.

J. Bryant

Posted at 06:11pm
To the family,
I express my deepest condolences for the loss of your love one. In the Bible, God expresses death as a "sting." (1 Corinthians 15:55,56) So this means that behind death, there is a painful hurt. He also knows what it is like to experience losing a love one as "he did not spare his own son but handed him over for us all." (Romans 8:32) But soon God will do something amazing. "All those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out." (John 5:28,29) God will use his Son to bring back all our dead loved ones to life! What a joy that will be! There, God "will wipe out every tear from (our) eyes and death will be no more neither mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore."(Revelation 21:4) So yes, although experiencing the temporary sting of death, we will have the prospect of joy living on a paradise earth free of death forever!
Again, sorry for your loss.



Posted at 09:53pm
I am very sorry for you loss. May the God of comfort supply you with comfort during this trying time, The Bible says at 2 Corinthians 1:3,4, “Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God.” The Bible assures us that this life is not all there is. The Bible speaks of a resurrection in Acts 24:15 which says “And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” As Revelation 21:4 brings out, this resurrection will be to an earth full of paradise conditions. What a wonderful future our God has in store for mankind.


Posted at 07:06am
Heartfelt condolences. May your beautiful memories help to ease your sorrow with comfort that only Jehovah God can give. (2 Cor. 1:3, 4)

Sal Belmonte

Posted at 10:55am
I know Mrs. Nardiello for 50 years, since the first day we moved in next door. She was a beautiful person and always kind and welcoming me to her home. Gary, Linda, Susan and I grew up together so its was more than a friendship. I called Mrs. Nardiello every year on Gary's birthday (Jan. 5th), after he passed, just so she knew how much they all meant to me. Rest in Peace Mrs. Nardiello you are now with Gary, Dr. Vince, Gram and Mr. Pinto (Uncle Pete). You will surely be missed.

Lisa Sulfaro Posted at 12:53pm

thanks Sal. xo, Lisa

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