Due to the current New York State restrictions in place, the funeral home has a limited capacity of 50% for visitors. Please be aware that if the family has reached visitor capacity, family & friends who wish to visit may be requested to wait until the chapel has space to accommodate more visitors. Masks are required at all times. Our Mother, Tinamarie, left us far too soon. We would have to write a book to tell you all the wonderful things she has accomplished, the love and sacrifices she made for her family and how she was loved by so many. She was a woman who knew pure love and compassion. She valued her family, friends and helped even strangers in the street. Not to mention how much she loved her animals. Most of us know she was like a Wonder Woman. Taking her kids back and forth to school, working a full day, taking Nikki to dance classes and Mikey to hockey, some how, she was still able to keep a home spotless and cook an amazing meal for her family. What she did in a day was unbelievable and she did it always! Tinamarie was a best friend to all, especially her family. We considered our mom a best friend, someone we can always turn to, a mentor and really the true foundation of our entire family. So many people looked up to her and it’s because of her work ethic, how well she raised a family and I do believe what was impressive is that with all the love and compassion she showed, she was still able to turn on that good ol’ fashioned Brooklyn personality when necessary. Her father used to joke and say she ran a tight ship, her mother called it as it is and said she was the best, Mikey used to joke and called her the General of the family and the best person in the world, her husband Mike called her his rock, Nikki said she was her girl and what an amazing person she was; it’s because of her ability to make decisions for us in those difficult times, guiding us in the right path, helping others, would go above and beyond for family and friends and the pure love we stated that made the amazing woman she was. Her love for her family and friends will always be remembered and admired. Her commitment to her children is almost hard to believe. Her children and her husband will always be ever grateful for her love, support and sacrifices she made. We can only wish to be half the person she was. All her friends considered her to be their best friend, those she met instantly loved her, it’s that love and compassion that will live on through us all. To my Beloved Wife Tina There are no words to express how much I miss you and love you. You are my rock and you made me the man & Father I am today. Not a second will go by that I'm not thinking of you, I was blessed to have had you in my life and you will forever still be in my life. I will carry my broken heart until we meet again, sleep in peace my angel. Love your devoted Husband Mike. Donations may be made in Tinamarie's name to one of her favorite charities. Links to St. Jude Children's Hospital and to the ASPCA are provided to the left.