February 14, 1929 – February 6, 2019
Today is a very sad day for our family we lost our Aunt Ida. February 14th she would have been 90 years old. She almost made it - but it was her day to go and now she will be with Uncle Teddy, her sister Marie (Chubby), her brothers Joe and John and the rest of her family that already passed. We will miss you terribly and know that you are at peace and no longer in pain. Aunt Ida loved to eat cake for breakfast - it was her favorite thing. So let's all have a piece of cake and say a pray for Aunt Ida. Love you always. Ida Archacki born February 14,1929 💔 Died February 7, 2019
Ida Archacki of Dix Hills, NY passed away on February 7, 2019 just shy of her 90th birthday, February 14th. She was surrounded by her loving family when she passed. Ida was born in the Bronx to Assunta & Antonio Corbo. Ida was the beloved wife of the late Theodore Archacki. Predeceased by her two brothers Joseph Corbo and John Corbo, her sister Marie (Chubby) Armenio and her two nephews Anthony Corbo and John Corbo. Ida is survived by her sister in law Victoria Corbo and her brother in law Joseph Armenio. Also survived by her nieces and nephews Victoria Corbo, John Armenio, Joseph & Karen Armenio, Susan Corbo and Andrew Corbo. She was a loving "GREAT" aunt to all her great nieces and nephews.
Ida was very proud of her 23 years of service with the FBI as a Special Operations Assistant until her retirement in 1989.
In lieu of flowers donations to St. Jude Children's hospital, www.stjude.org/ in Ida's name are appreciated.
- Visitation Sunday, February 10, 2019
- Mass of Christian Burial Monday, February 11, 2019
- Committal Service Monday, February 11, 2019
Mary Jane Pica
February 8, 2019
Been a sad few days, but thinking about you and our phone conversations throughout the years makes me smile . I always loved your greeting whenever I called or vice versa. You started off with Maria Giovanni ❤️ .
Will miss your voice and all the family stories you would share with me. Rest In Peace my dear cousin, I will never forget you 💋.
Till we meet again, 🎺💃
Mary Jane 💋
February 7, 2019
My dear Aunt Ida was such a support to me through difficult times while I was caring for my dad, (her brother Joe) and as I continue to care for my mom. She offered advice and helped merely by listening. She was one of the funniest people and we would often talk about our shared love of junk food. I've already had cookies in her memory. She had an interesting life and was always ready to share stories with her family. I'm sorry that there won't be any new memories but we had many great ones that we will continue to share. She loved her family and was so grateful for all the support and love she received from my cousins Joe and Karen and their children and my Uncle Joe. They were always there for her. All of her nieces and nephews will miss her greatly. We loved her very much.