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Annette Bianco

June 3, 1959November 10, 2020
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Annette Bianco of West Babylon, New York passed away on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. Annette was born in the Bronx on June 3, 1959. She is the loving sister of Eileen McCoun, Patricia Gallagher (Christopher), Linda Stone (Tod Hutchinson), Devoted aunt to Dyan and Lisa McCoun, Kaycee and Taylor Stone, Kayla and Brandon Marrone. Dear great-aunt to Franco, Jace, and Payton Beaumont. The Gluck to the Glick, Beloved bonus sister and brothers Cheryl Lento, Greg and Glenn Stuart. Cherished cousin to many in the Bianco and Fegan families.

Friends may visit at Claude R. Boyd-Spencer Funeral Home, 448 West Main St, Babylon Village, NY on Friday 2:00-4:30pm and 7:00-9:30pm.

A Mass of Christian Burial for Annette will be held Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 10:30 am at Our Lady of Grace Church, 666 Albin Ave., West Babylon, L.I. Interment to follow at North Babylon Cemtery, Babylon, New York.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to Good Shepherd Hospice, 110 Bi-County Rd,. Farmingdale, NY 11735, in her name, appreciated.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.Boyd-Spencer.com for the Bianco family.

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  • Eileen McCoun, Sister
  • Patricia Gallagher (Christopher Gallagher), Sister
  • Linda Stone (Tod Hutchinson), Sister
  • Annette is the devoted aunt to Dyan and Lisa McCoun, Kaycee and Taylor Stone, Kayla and Brandon Marrone. Dear great-aunt to Franco, Jace, and Payton Beaumont. The Gluck to the Glick, Beloved bonus sister and brothers Cheryl Lento, Greg and Glenn Stuart. Cherished cousin to many in the Bianco and Fegan families.

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Eileen McCoun

November 17, 2020

Im going miss the hell out of you. You where always there for me and my family. My grandkids loved you to pieces i knew you would always be there you where like another grandma. Till we meet again love you

Marlene Roan

November 16, 2020

When I was little, the best place on earth was anywhere my cousin Annette was. I remember the excitement of walking with my little baby carriage down America Avenue and up 7th Street to "Aunt Eileen's" with my Mom and Nani. I couldn't wait to see Annette & all my cousins. That was the fun house!! There were always lots of pajama parties, family, friends, laughter, love & hugs. xoxo We were always together and Uncle Anthony dubbed us "Glick & Gluck." She will always be a cherished part of my life. When Alena was born, I chose her to christen my daugher. She was the best Godmother in the world xoxo I admire and treasure everything about my cousin. She was a quiet leader, genererous, caring, and beautiful inside & out.

Cousins by birth, best friends by choice. RIP my dear cuz. I miss you my Gluck & love you with all my heart ... I'll see you when I see you xoxo
(ps please save me a seat by you!!) xoxo hugs xoxoxo

Eleanor McGinn

November 13, 2020

I'm a volunteer at CNC and other then Nanette, Annette was the first person I met when I started working there and Annette trained me. She was always so generous of spirit, caring and love. Though ever so briefly, I'm so grateful of having her in my life,

Peggy Bader

November 12, 2020

To all the Biancos & Stuarts,

All my love and prayers to all of you today and always. Annette was a shining star to all that were blessed to know her. I never remember a time when a
Annette wasn't caring for others! May she continue to care for all as an angel above!! For sure I know mom and dad were waiting with open arms to care for her!!! With love Peggy & Andy

Tom Pantaleo

November 12, 2020

Growing up on our block we were all extended family. we had several sets of parents, and brothers and sisters, if something happened in school word traveled and chances are the news was home before you got home. I was saddened to hear that she was suffering, and profoundly saddened when I heard that she passed. However, if you believe in the afterlife, and I do, she was welcomed into the light, where her parents and grandparents were waiting for her. She was always nice to me, she helped me when my dad died, his service records were lost and she somehow found them, she was a nice person, may she rest in eternal peace! Although my family moved from that street and that block, I still consider it my home! Tommy Pantaleo

Susan Arceri

November 12, 2020

It feels so surreal, the loss of my cousin. Yet death has a way of transporting us back to more favorable times. A time when we all sat around a huge table at family gatherings, where seating was determined by seniority. Annette, being a younger cousin sat near the end of the table. By her would be our cousin Marlene which now seems indicative of the special bond that would develop between them.
I would look down the table at her where she would joke about someday moving up in rank in order to be seated with the adults!
But the images that are most prominent is the twinkle in those beautiful hazel eyes and her kind yet impish smile that always seemed to light up her face! Even in the most solemn times her gentle, loving spirit always radiated around her and out to others.
Our loss is great but death cannot contain love. Love endures as does the wonderful memories of this dear, sweet woman!
They will be our constant reminder of the privilege and honor God gave us in knowing her and having her in our family and our lives.
Love endures! Now she stands before the King of glory! ❤️🙏❤️

Letty McDermott

November 12, 2020

What a beautiful Soul. May she rest in peace.

Lorraine D’Erasmo

November 12, 2020

Our deepest sympathies go out to all of you on such a sad loss. I remember all the times at Del Labs with all of us working together and many days hanging out at your parents - I will always remember Annette for that Smile and beautiful sparking eyes. Rest peacefully my friend 💔🙏🏻
Lorraine & Frank D’Erasmo

Russell Arceri

November 12, 2020

My heart is broken for the loss of such a great lady wit a heart of gold.

Annette was a beautiful soul that always greeted me with a warm smile, kiss and a hug.

Annette was always there for anyone who needed help. I will remember her always that way.

May the Lord Jesus Christ accept her with arms wide open and grant peace and comfort to her many friends and family .

🙏🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏🙏

Anne Ellis

November 11, 2020

I am a colleague of Annette’s at Calverton National Cemetery. It is truly a testament to what a beautiful person Annette was that her coworkers took the news of her passing so very hard. So many people commented on how patiently she trained them, how willingly she would reprioritize her own work to help somebody else with theirs, what a calming positive presence she had, and what a wonderfully warm and wholly trusted friend she was. She will be deeply missed. My heartfelt sympathy to Annette’s family...your loss is unimaginable.

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