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Madeleine Surace

November 11, 1925November 14, 2020

Madeleine Surace 95 passed away peacefully on November 14, 2020 in Florida. Born in Brooklyn, New York the daughter of Antonio and Angela (LaGreca) Natoli. Madeleine is predeceased by her husband Tony, Sister Angela (Gabriel) Ferrante, sister Grace (Joseph) Forestieri, brother Joseph (Babe) Natoli, and sister Concetta Natoli. She is survived by many nieces and nephews.

Madeleine was born November 11,1925. In Brooklyn she met and married Tony, the love of her life on July 10, 1948. They lived happy years in Brooklyn before moving to Orangeburg, Rockland County New York. Madeleine was an extremely talented lingerie designer and worked for Maidenform and Barbizon before she and Tony retired to sunny Boca Raton, Florida.

In Florida Madeleine and Tony continued their love of life always holding their faith close to their hearts. Together they were two amazing cooks complementing each other in the kitchen. They delighted in entertaining friends as well as dining out and dancing into the night. Madeleine was a kind and generous person who will be loved and remembered by all who knew her. A special thank you to the Marchione family for their incredible love and devotion caring for Madeleine during the last years of her life.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Catholic Hospice (www.catholichospice.org).

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    Monday, November 23, 2020

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Donna Marchione

November 17, 2020

I met Madeleine in 2014, just after the passing of her beloved Anthony. She was a strong lady my husband Michael and I helped her through a tough time. We moved her from her home in Boca Raton to Century Village Boca. After 14 months her life was spent at her new home, Grand Villa of Deerfield Beach. She was very social and loved her meals. I joined her twice a week for lunch in the dining room. We Shared many laughs and stories. She loved whenever my grand children visited. She always had the biggest smile on her face when I shared photos and videos with her. She was like a mom to me. She spent her last days in our home. She will be forever missed.

Angela Silano

November 15, 2020

Dearest Aunt Madeleine, you are now with your family. I will always treasure the memories I hold deep in my heart. You will truly be missed and always in my thoughts. I love you very much! May God Welcome you, keep you, and bless you as you journey to your new home.

Love,
Your niece Angela

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