Elizabeth Ann Manchio

January 7, 1947March 8, 2021

Elizabeth Ann Manchio was born on January 7, 1947 and passed away on March 8, 2021 in DEER PARK, New York and is under the care of Lanterman & Allen Funeral Home Inc..

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Elizabeth Ann Manchio

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John & Cathy Albert

March 26, 2021

How wonderful to see all the pictures of Elizabeth's life events and family. Elizabeth sat in front of us in Church at St. Joseph's in Deposit. We chatted a bit each week and attended some central church functions with her. Unfortunately Covid conditions have made many of us drift apart by necessity and we only learn after of their loss. someone has passed. We will miss our seat mate, offer prayers for her soul and condolences to her entire family.

Chuck Greeney

March 25, 2021

As we go through life we meet many people.... But the number of people that we can truly call friend, who we could talk to about anything, who we could always count on for great insites we can probably count on the fingers of our hands.. Elizabeth was one of those truly wonderful exceptional special people that I was always happy to call friend. When First I met Elizabeth I had navigated to the wilds of Pa to find her farm.... It was impressive.. and she so loved the place. It was resplendent with many beautiful flowers & plants that would rival the Gardens of Versailes. As we sat out in the splendor of the yard we were greeted by the attack chickens and Max's furry predecessor, King. She had the horses in the barn back then. She so loved this place. She was in her glory here ! AND Elizabeth was the one who taught me how to drive in Pa... ! In the middle of the road ! Cause of the DEER ! One of the neatest stories of Elizabeth for me was when she and a friend of hers went on a wagon train vacation where she drove and hitched and unhitched the horses while driving a covered wagon for 3 or 4 days through the still wild west and camping out under the stars. Now THAT is an accomplishment that not many could do. Especially for a former Long Island Girl ! :) Elizabeth could and did. It shows how independent she loved being and good at it ! :) God Bless You Elizabeth. You are missed. You will always be missed. Thank You for your friendship. Always.

Gail Carman

March 22, 2021

So sorry for your loss. Always enjoyed getting together with Elizabeth at meetings during our time together at IRS. Kept in touch with her on Facebook.

Brian Fischer

March 16, 2021

Deepest sympathies and unbridled compassion for you and your family James. Thankfully you and your kids will have the memories made while she was still here. I hope your faith, family and friends give you some comfort and love needed during these unsettling times.

Margot Adams

March 15, 2021

I knew Elizabeth since our days at IRS in Binghamton. Following our retirements, we continued to meet for lunch....w/ or without other retirees. It was always a pleasure to get together with a like minded friend & commiserate about life & the state of the world.
Sincere condolences to the family. Know that your Mom, Grandma, Sister was loved by many.
You are missed, Elizabeth....RIP!!

Phoebe Carson

March 12, 2021

To the family of Elizabeth,
I worked with Elizabeth at the Deposit Foundation for the past several years. She will be greatly missed by all of us; for me, I will especially miss her laugh.
Prayers for comfort to all her family - you were her world.

In sympathy and with warm regards,
Phoebe Carsron