LaMonica Memorial Home

145 East Mount Pleasant Ave, Livingston, NJ


Lucille C. Cocozza

11 December , 19295 April , 2019

Lucille C. Cocozza (nee Muccigrosso) of Whippany, passed away on Friday, April 5, 2019 at the age of 89.

Born in Newark to the late Rose and Charles Muccigrosso and raised in Belleville, Lucille moved to Pine Brook in 1966, Brazil in 1973, Florida in 1982, West Orange in 1996, and finally settled in Whippany in 2012.

She was the beloved wife of the late Frank F. Cocozza, loving mother of Lisa Kobus and her husband Kevin, and Linda Naval and her husband Paul, cherished grandmother of Christopher J. Kobus and Sara M. Kobus, and dear sister of the late Jean Tamburr, Carol Luciano, Patrick Muccigrosso, and Charles Muccigrosso.

The visitation will be held on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 from 4-8 pm at the LaMonica Memorial Home 145 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue in Livingston.

The Entombment service will be conducted on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at 12:30 pm in Gate of Heaven Cemetery 225 Ridgedale Avenue in East Hanover.

In lieu of flowers kindly make contributions to the Alzheimers' Association.


  • Visitation Tuesday, 9 April , 2019
  • Entombment Wednesday, 10 April , 2019


Lucille C. Cocozza

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Alison Hemingway

16 April 2019

Dear linda ,
so sorry to hear of the loss of your lovely mum . I have many happy memories of her when we lived in Brazil .
Sending you all my love xxxx

Cindy and Russ Quinn

14 April 2019

We were so shocked and saddened by Lucille's passing. We so enjoyed the dinners and long talks over the table with them both when they lived here in Tequesta. She is finally united with her sweet Frank. May you all find comfort in knowing they are together once again. 💔💔🙏🏻

Meg Titus

8 April 2019

Every time I saw Lucille she was so happy and kind. I always enjoyed our conversations and my family loved her too❤️

Susan Tamburr

5 April 2019

My first memory of Aunt Lou was sitting on her lap at Grandma’s She gave me pink lipstick because I loved the color. She put it in my pocket & said shhh. I can go on & on about her. So many great memories. She was generous, loving , funny & made the best meatballs I’ve ever had! I can still her laugh. She took the elevator straight to Heaven. The end of an era. I love you Aunt Lou & you are always in my heart until we are all together again.

Daniela Salomao

5 April 2019

I will always remember her as a kind, cheerful and caring person not to mention the maker of the best chocolate cake ever. We used to look forward with great expectations on our high school trips for her daughter Linda to bring along THE CAKE. Pickles and uncle Frank are sure to give her a big welcome party in heaven