In lieu of flowers, we kindly ask that you contribute to Tunnel to Towers Foundation, a charity near and dear to Stephanie's heart.

Stephanie N. Bennetti

16 February, 19718 February, 2021

Stephanie Nicole Bennetti, 49, of Staten Island, New York died Monday, February 8th, 2021. Stephanie was a wonderful, strong woman that was deeply loved and is greatly missed by family and friends. She will always be cherished. Her story started on February 16, 1971, the youngest child to Joanne and Frank and loving younger sister to Debra Bennetti. Stephanie graduated from Susan Wagner High School and then attended College of Staten Island. In recent years, she was an IT Specialist for Empire State Bank in Staten Island where she found a home and countless friends. Dedicated to helping and supporting animals was her passion. She took extreme pride in her pup Zeus and would make sure to support the local animal rescues nearby. Stephanie loved music, laughter and playful joking with friends and family. In lieu of flowers, we kindly ask that you contribute to Tunnel to Towers Foundation, a charity near and dear to her heart.


  • Visitation

    Sunday, 14 February , 2021

  • Visitation

    Sunday, 14 February , 2021

  • Holy Rosary Church

    Monday, 15 February , 2021


Stephanie N. Bennetti

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John Robles

6 March 2021

Stephanie and I attended St. Teresa together. I will never forget her smile and laughter.

Victoria Feather

28 February 2021

Our friendship started many years ago, over 20 years! I got to know your amazing family, amber and Alex, you beautiful mom amazing dad! Then the stunning Duke! I know we lived miles apart but you would always talk to me when I needed a kind word, I’m absolutely devastated that you are gone! The world will be such a sad pace without you, one of the best, I will miss you forever πŸ’”sending my love to your family, especially your beautiful momma and your dad sleep tight angle girl I will miss you always ❀️

Susan Larkin-Wolf

17 February 2021

My sincere condolences to Stephanie's family. I'm very sad that Stephanie has left us so early. We met in 1999 when Stephanie interviewed me. Later she came to work in the London office and we had great times together. I have some really fun memories of her. We shared a love of our doggos; she was Super Woman mum to her furry friends. Stephanie was a funny, clever and unique lady and will be missed by many. Gone but not forgotten. With a sad heart, Susan

Alicia Pennings

16 February 2021

I met Stephanie when she came to London, on secondment, and we had some great laughs together. Latterly we chatted about dogs and I loved seeing her pictures of Alex, Amber, Duke and Zeus. She had a great zest for life and I am saddened that she will no longer be with us. My thoughts are with her family at this awful time.

Linda Vincent

15 February 2021

My Beautiful Friend, you Always had an good or smart word for life's unexpected. I wish you were here to help us understand why you had to go. Many times you helped this broken lady smile and go on. I soooo miss you Already... <3
Fly with our Angels, til we meet again. Love You...

Fran Hogan

15 February 2021

Joanne, I am so deeply sorry for your loss. Please know I will keep your dear daughter in my prayers. My heart is with you at this most difficult time.

Kristine Deyo

14 February 2021

Stephanie was a very sweet person she was comforting me when my dad was not doing good in the hospital from Covid. She had so much concern that day. She was so concerned about her parents. When she would talk about her dog when she would come to the Newburgh branch you could see the love in her eyes. She will be very much missed . God bless you and say hi to my dad for me.

Savvy Schmidt

13 February 2021

Although I've never met Stephanie in real life, we were friends through social conduits, with our shared love of radio, and show hosting. I spoke to her on the phone, and was proud to call her my friend. She was effervescent, and teemed with a unique humor that could make even the saddest person laugh.
It was a privilege and honor to have known Stephanie. πŸ’– Fly high with the angels, Stephanie.
I know you're going to light up the sky with your beautiful soul. ⭐

Barbara Terzo

13 February 2021

Joanne, I’m so sorry for your loss, May Stephanie R.I.P. & GOD give you strength, I love you kiddo...πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

Donna & Tom Comis

13 February 2021

Our deepest condolences on this horrific loss.
May the Lord strengthen and support you during this heartbreak.
We will have a mass said for your family, here in Florida.
May she Rest In Peace πŸ™

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