OBITUARY

Theresa Randazzo

June 15, 1939February 17, 2019

Theresa Randazzo, 79, of Centereach, on February 17, 2019. Survived by her devoted husband, Salvatore, and loving children Joseph (Magdalena), Robert (Edith), Chimene and Christina. Cherished grandmother to Stefanie, Robert, Jr., Melissa, Malia, Ugo, Kaila, Kannon, and Hailey. Beloved great-grandmother to Kylie, Kyon, Zade and Brianna. Forever in the hearts of many other family members and friends. Reposing at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 2326 Middle Country Road, Centereach, NY 11720 on Thursday from 2-4 p.m. & 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service, 8 p.m. Closing Prayer, Friday 10 a.m. Interment to follow at Pinelawn Memorial Park, Farmingdale, NY.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, February 21, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, February 21, 2019
  • Closing Prayer Friday, February 22, 2019
  • Interment Friday, February 22, 2019
REMEMBERING

Theresa Randazzo

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Ugo Marceca

February 28, 2019

Hi nana. I hope you are resting well in heaven. I was cleaning out my things and found this picture of us. It made me miss you more cuz I know how much you loved me. I just wanted to tell you I love you nana. Thinking of you always.

Christina Randazzo

February 28, 2019

Just thinking of you mom❤ You loved the family so much and we loved you! I miss you so much with each passing day. I wish you were here healthy so you could have seen my new place but i'm sure you are watching over me. I love you so much mom.

Maria Garcia

February 22, 2019

TERRY, I'm sitting here thinking of you. Your celebration of life was beautiful!! Your family treasured and loved you so very much. May your soul rest peacefully. Iam very honored to have been your friend for so many years. Love you always!

Ugo Marceca

February 20, 2019

All the memories we shared. I'll never forget them and i'll never forget you. You were always there for me. I couldn't thank you enough. Thank you for everything you've done, not only for me but, for everyone. I'll always remember you Nana, I love you.

Connie Bayer

February 20, 2019

My sincere condolences to the Randazzo family. When I heard Christina's mother passed, my heart sank (I know that pain all to well myself). I remember Mrs. Randazzo from age 5 and on....the first time i met her she dropped Christina off to my house for my birthday pool party. I remember the gift she got me, a clear painted unicorn beach bag, towel, bathing suit and pink striped undies/tanktop pj set. I remembered it because i loved it. I remember her sitting there passing me my gifts and she was picking up christina a lil earlier then party was ending, but she decided to stay and helped my mom with with passing me gifts and cake. It stuck out in my head because she was the only parent who offered to help. She even cleaned up our mess. I remember all the times as a lil kid i played at christina's or slept over there....i remember her laughing at me when i was afraid to watch hell raiser movie or how i was afraid to walk up the stairs to 2nd level of house because i thought the floor would fall in because i never saw a 2nd floor of house look like it was floating in air-as a child thats what it looked like to me, and she would laugh. Christina and I did alot of silly crap and Mrs Randazzo usually laughed and called us crazy, shaking her head. Once in a while we would scare her in pool faking our deathes floating and she would yell in spanish at us and Christina would translate "we better stop, because if we didnt drowned , shes gonna kill us" lol. We would dance on front lawn and her mom would watch and critique our dances "no no, do this instead" and id crack up laughing. She would always ask us to quiet down if we got rowdy and before she left the room we would have her laughing instead of annoyed at us.
Christina loved her Mom , alot. And her Mom loved her. That was always clear.
Mrs Randazzo, Thank you for the fond memories of my childhood. I had a tough childhood, when i was in your home, it took away all the things i wanted to forget about in my home. RIP Mrs Randazzo

Hailey Santos

February 19, 2019

All I have to say is that I'm gonna miss you so much...you were the best grandma that anyone could ever ask for. I loved those days when I'd come to your house and you'd always ask if I was hungry, you did always make the best meals!! I remember when my friends would meet you and they would always say how cool and nice you were, and I'd be like that's my grandma :) you were always so kindhearted and so caring with everyone. You were always so funny and made everyone laugh!! Even though you may not be physically with me, you'll always be with me in my heart. That's what truly matters. I love you so much that words can't explain!! Overall I'm going to miss you so much and I hope you rest well in heaven :)

Abe Monges

February 19, 2019

To Sal, Joe, Bobby,Chimaine, Christine and all of Tere’s beloved family.
I would like to thank Tere and Sal for always including me and my brothers on so many trips to the beach, Midvale, the movies and wherever they went.
We lived upstairs from Her aunt Ramonita , her husband Frank and sons Jr. and Tony.
The Diaz and Monges families were very close and when Tere and Sal came by all the kids would gather and have lots of laughs and fun.
Joey and Bobby were little brothers to all of us.
We’d pile into Sals Ford and later ‘65 Pontiac Lemans and Franks Rambler and take off !!
Tere always included the Monges boys in everything.
Even back then she was a true Matriarch.
Once the family moved to Centereach, her family grew and I know Tere loved and watched over her growing family as she did with her loved ones in Brooklyn.
Tere was an exemplary wife, mother, grandmother and overall woman.
God bless her family now and always.
Abe Monges and all of the Monges Family.

Christina Randazzo

February 19, 2019

Mom there are so many things I am going to miss about you.. Dancing in the kitchen while you cook for whatever holiday it was at that time. Eating crab legs with the kids and laughing. Most of all i'm going to just miss the times we would just sit and talk. You were always a great listener for me. I love you so much mommy. This is by far the worst thing I had to be strong for. I know you always wanted me to be strong but I miss you so much. Rest in peace mommy, till we see each other again.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY