Adelaide M. Rocco

April 21, 1924October 5, 2021

Adelaide M. Rocco, age 97, of East Meadow, New York passed away on October 5, 2021. Adelaide was born April 21, 1924 in Brooklyn, New York to the late Angelo and Millie Marino.

A visitation for Adelaide will be held Sunday, October 10, 2021 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 2326 Middle Country Road, Centereach, NY 11720. Funeral Mass, Monday, October 11, 2021 at 9:45 AM at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church, 800 Portion Road, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779. Cremation is private.

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  • Visitation

    Sunday, October 10, 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Monday, October 11, 2021



  • Private Cremation


Adelaide M. Rocco

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Laura & Anthony Scott

October 12, 2021

Whenever I visited with Aunt Addie, she was always cheerful; no matter her personal suffering . Aunt Addie sometimes questioned herself & her life but truly was fully devoted to her family. It was important to stay in touch and she loved to be with her family. I owe Aunt Addie so much because she was always there for me. I knew when I was younger; no matter what, I was always welcome to stay with her. I loved her dearly. She loved my husband who she would only call Anthony- never Tony! I will miss her phone calls and especially her laughter. The fact that she was hard of hearing made for some very humorous conversations to say the least! God bless you Aunt Addie and may you Rest In Peace. See you in Heaven. With Love, Laura

Claire Bodor

October 9, 2021

We started out as neighbors but ended up as family. My children thought of you as an aunt/grandma. I will always remember being tired on Christmas Day because we had to go to your house after midnight mass on Christmas Eve to eat sausage and other goodies. We would leave at 4 or 5 am and then get up at 7 or 8am.We had to go to our parents houses. It became a Christmas Eve tradition. You always had a great laugh that made everybody happy. I will never forget it. We all love you and will miss you. May you be resting in peace with Pete and all your family.

William Turco

October 9, 2021

Dear Aunt Addie:
I vividly remember your outstanding voice, which could always be heard clearly at a distance. Mild humor aside, I will always remember the affection you gave me, and for Del as well. You were always interested in us and loved to ask how we were, with a phone call. Now that you are with the Lord, we hope and pray that you are rewarded. We are wishing that you are rejoicing with your parents, sisters and brother and other relatives. Kathy told me that you said a few weeks ago that they had all visited you in the rehab home. We will miss you.
Love, Bill and Del

Anne Andrews

October 9, 2021

I am going to miss you beyond words. Going to miss that jolly personality and that smiling face. You were my buddy. God Bless You! I hope you are with Uncle Pete, all your sisters and your momma.


October 8, 2021

I will always remember you and your beautiful voice in Saint MARTHA'S choir. REST IN PEACE Addie

Kristine Huchthausen

October 8, 2021

Rest In Peace, Aunt Addie. You’ve always been so funny, loving, and blunt- saying whatever was on your mind, much to the chagrin of many of us. I’ll miss our trips to doctors, Friendly’s, 2-hour treks to Stop & Shop as you spoke to EVERYONE you met, and trips to the bank. From the time I was a little girl and hung out at your house with Frank & Sue, until your last weeks, I always knew what to expect. While I haven’t always been as patient as I should have been- it made me CRAZY to constantly have to repeat everything - I want you to know how much I loved you. You took great care of my kids and all of them…especially YOUR Jimmy…are better people because of you. You were tired and missed your sisters and brother. May you Rest In Peace. Say hi to my Mom & Dad for me. 😘 Love you

Ron Lee

October 7, 2021

So sad to hear this. So sorry for your and the rest of the family's loss. Many memories of growing up and celebrations with our families, you always knew when Aunt Addie was there. Condolences to all.