Roy A. Palandro

24 enero , 195915 febrero , 2021

Roy A. Palandro age 62 of Whitestone New York, passed away on February 15, 2021. Beloved husband of Joann. Loving father of Anthony and Antoinette. Devoted brother of Therese Wash. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and family.

The family of Roy A. Palandro will be receiving visitors, Friday February 19, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Quinn - Fogarty Funeral Home, 192-15 Northern Boulevard, Flushing, NY 11358. It is required that all visitors wear a face mask or face covering, to practice social distancing and to remain in the chapel, not to congregate in the hallways or lobby of the funeral home. When visiting the family please be conscience to pay your respects, greet the family and to be mindful of other visitors that may be waiting outside because we are limiting the amount of guest in each chapel for the safety of everyone. Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated on Saturday, February 20, 2021, 9:30am at St. Andrew Avellino RC Church, 35-10 158th Street, Flushing, New York 11358. Interment to follow at Mt. St. Mary's Cemetery, 172-00 Booth Memorial Avenue, Flushing, New York 11365.

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  • National Kidney Foundation
  • St Jude Children’s Research Hospital


  • Visitation

    viernes, 19 febrero , 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    sábado, 20 febrero , 2021

  • Committal Service

    sábado, 20 febrero , 2021


Roy A. Palandro


Sal Censoprano

27 febrero , 2021

I have known Roy from 1979. In all these years we would share stories and talk about favorite subject.....The New York Yankees!
We had many hours of discussion, sadness when they were not the best, and elation when they were the BEST!!

It is I who am honored to be able to say that I shared many memories with Roy. He will be sadly missed.

Michael Dragotta

24 febrero , 2021

I have so many fond memories of my cousin Roy. We're the same age, we played on the same Little League team, coached by his Wonderful Father, Roy Sr.

We played stickball, stoop ball, wiffle ball, running bases, played catch, collected baseball cards, played board games, went to movies together, watched the Honeymooners together, and so much more.

We attended many Mets and Yankees games since I was a die hard Mets fan and he and his Father were passionate Yankees fans.

When we'd go to Shea, the day wasn't complete without stopping for a slice of his favorite pizza from Corona before hopping on the 58 bus for our journey home.

I could go on and on, but I'll sum it up by saying that I loved him very much, and that he had a Heart of Gold. His Heart was always in the right place, as the old saying goes.

My deepest condolences to his loving family. Rest in peace my Dear Cousin, until we meet again.

Christopher Sanacore

20 febrero , 2021

My cousin Roy honored me by having me as the Best Man at his wedding. I returned the favor 7 years later. He will always fill my memories of all the good times in my childhood. From Yankee games to playing catch in the street, stoop ball and fireworks. Never a dull moment on the Road.

Sal Badalamenti

19 febrero , 2021

Roy was a wonderful man always respectful and funny.

John Slaney

18 febrero , 2021

I want to tell you a story about the Roy I knew. When I first met him it was a family BBQ and Ann/I had been dating only a few months. I was given prep by family members that I already met. I showed up to that BBQ and nervous, calm on the outside but inside I was paddling a mile a minute. Would he like me, am I enough for his only daughter, what did I get myself into, could I run away and not do this, etc… The first thing he said to me when he came outside was Hey John come sit next to me….
Oh no…here we go here comes the if you break my daughters heart you won’t see the light of day speech…but it was the exact opposite. He started talking about the Yankees with me…..Well that that’s not what I expected I internalized.
I saw a proud, passionate man, a family man. A man whose showed strength and perseverance even when he wasn’t feeling his best but he made it work for him always being positive. You could tell from 2 minutes of talking with him that he was passionate about a few things. He loved his family, he loved his sports and over time I got to realize that he even loved me.
He gave me his daughter. Roy and Joann gave me this amazing strong and proud women. They gave me this gigantic family that is so much like my own family. They welcomed and loved me with open arms. He was the second man in my life other than my father that I could ask for advice, or shoot the breeze with about anything. This was the Roy that I knew and will always remember.
Rest easy now Roy…all the pain and suffering you had is gone. We will miss you forever and I can only hope to take care of Ann and one day when we have children, be like the proud father you were!