Concetta La Forte

April 19, 1934March 18, 2021

Concetta LaForte, age 86, of Lake Grove, New York passed away on March 18, 2021. Concetta was born April 19, 1934 in Brooklyn, New York to the late John and Josephine Cassano.

Beloved wife of the late Vincent LaForte. Loving mother of Patti Bradford (Bobby), JoAnn Reed and Diana Teich (Frank). Adoring grandmother of Robert Bradford, Tia Bradford, James Reed, Frankie Teich (Lauren), Vinny Teich and Ashley Teich. Proud great grandmother of Mia LaForte Teich, Tristan Teich and Noah Teich.

A visitation for Concetta will be held Sunday, March 21, 2021 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 2326 Middle Country Road, Centereach, NY 11720. Interment Monday, March 22, 2021 at 12:30 PM at Calverton National Cemetery, 210 Princeton Boulevard, Calverton, NY 11933.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the LaForte family.


  • Visitation

    Sunday, March 21, 2021

  • Interment

    Monday, March 22, 2021


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Jessica Indemaio

March 20, 2021

Beloved Grandma. A beautiful, gracious & giving soul. May she rest in love and peace with Grandpa until we meet them both again. I loved her so much. My heart is with everyone who will miss Grandma everyday. Thank you for sharing her with me. I will carry her memories with me forever.


March 19, 2021

My deepest condolences to the La Forte family, especially Patti, JoAnn and Diana. I have known the La Forte family my entire life, Connie and Vinnie were very dear friends of our family. My parents are heart broken. They have been friends for over 65 years. My prayers go out to the family. Connie and Vinnie are together once again, and will always be in our hearts.

Joan Francavilla

March 19, 2021

They took over the Health club's snack bar after me. They ran it with love and in the summer when it was outside, we all got to share them with their family and ours. I also was fortunate to see them almost every week at St. Gerard's until this COVID. I am so sorry that she so quickly followed Vinny. I am comforted knowing they are again together, now forever, Rest in peace and love..

Susan Wells

March 19, 2021

So many happy memories with Connie and Vinny. They were always present and smiling at all of our parties, camping, and quite a few weddings where they always hit the dance floor. We also learned how to play Mexican train and several card games with them. All of these memories and more will live on in the legacy of the beautiful family they've left behind. Our hearts go out to all of the extended La Forte, Teich, Bradford and Reed family. Love, Sue and Allan XO

Robert Kerr

March 19, 2021

When I was a kid playing at my Aunt Connie’s house, I got hit in the head. Aunt Connie and my Mom was checking me out and Aunt Connie noticed that there was something in my ear. They both started working on me and pulled out almost a whole tissue or piece of paper out of my ear. Maybe it was my homework, I have no idea how that got in there or what it was. I have so many memories of Aunt Connie and Uncle Vinnie. They will be missed. Rest In Peace with Love Rob.

Con Artist

March 18, 2021 first cousin on my father's side. We were both named after our grandmother. My name is Constance. Grandma's name was Concetta.
I remember visiting her house when I was a kid living in Brooklyn. It was always fun to be with her and her two brothers, Frankie & Dominic. I loved hearing her Dad, My Uncle John, play the piano.

I had a cousin party years ago and was so happy that she was able to attend.
I always looked up to her as such a beautiful and fine lady.

I'm glad I got to speak to her a few months ago. I was trying to get a zoom meeting, but it never happened, but it was nice to talk on the phone. Much love.

Larry & Maryann Musso

March 18, 2021

We did a lot of traveling with Connie and Vinny and have a lot of good memories.
Our sympathies go out to the LaForte family and we will keep you in our prayers. They will be missed by all of us.

Carmine Laterra

March 18, 2021

Our deepest sympathy to the laForte family. We had fond memories at The Knights Of Columbus..Rest In Peace..💕💕

Mary Schwartz

March 18, 2021

Vinny & Connie were very involved with the Village. That’s where I met them . They were always together and always such a loving couple. Losing them both was such a loss for me. I’m going to miss them a lot . Vinny was the coolest and Connie was the best. She was so great with the Beautification Party with the Village. She always was there for them. They will be missed so much.

Christine Akapnitis

March 18, 2021

Connie will truly be missed by all who knew her. I have so many memories of Connie and Vinny visiting at the campground.
My children loved Connie and referred to her as "Gramma Connie".
Connie loved to play games and cards, everyone who was camping would gather around the table and join in on the games. We always had a great time when they came to visit. Connie you will be missed!