OBITUARY

Jacqueline Josephine Tucci

October 29, 1942March 24, 2021
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Jacqueline Josephine Tucci was born on October 29, 1942 in Brooklyn, NY and passed away on March 24, 2021 in Stony Brook, New York and is under the care of O. B. Davis Funeral Homes.

Visitation will be held on April 3, 2021 at 2:00 pm at O. B. Davis Funeral Homes, 1001 Route 25A, Miller Place, New York. Funeral Mass will be held on April 5, 2021 at 10:45 am at Infant Jesus Chapel @ St. Charles Hospital, 200 Belle Terre Road, Port Jefferson, NY. Interment will be held on April 5, 2021 at St Charles Cemetery, 2015 Wellwood Ave, Farmingdale, New York.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 3, 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Monday, April 5, 2021

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  • Interment

    Monday, April 5, 2021

Memories

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Desiree Micheels

April 9, 2021


Aunt Jac, words can’t express how much you will be missed & all the goodness you left us with. Behind the Elton John sunglasses, the jewelry, hats, scarves, & incredible vibrancy you brought with you wherever you went, you carried pockets full of wisdom, love, & understanding. You knew what it meant to be Christ to those around you. You gave of your time to listen & offered good counsel. I'm so grateful the love & wisdom you shared with me over the years. Kiss T&T for me. All my love & admiration, Desi

Connie and Gene GAUDIO

April 3, 2021

There are way to many memories. Jackie you were always there when I needed someone to lean on. You and I spent many hours on the phone talking about family,religion and our political different. Yet we would always come out of it to agree to disagree and still be the best of friends. I know you are always with me. Love you and enjoy eternity with Vinny as well as Jesus, Mary, Joseph, God and the Holy Spirit.

Dennis Ignarro

April 3, 2021

Jackie, I remember your favorite 45 rpm record(that's right...45)! UPTOWN GIRL!
I also remember sitting on your bed, all the records spread out, and all 200lbs of me sitting on that record and CRACKING IT! Omg, the fear of you and 'baby ' Louis, struck me like lightning. But of course, you were Jackie, never an ill word, never....

Nico Amarca

April 3, 2021

Aunt Jacquie, my fellow film buff. Our in-depth conversations about movies, Oscar predictions, God, and Faith were always something I looked forward to at all of our many family gatherings—and I remember each one vividly. Your smile, positivity, energy, and warmth lit up an entire room, and had the power to make even the most dour of people know what true joy felt like. To say that you'll be missed is a huge understatement, but God clearly couldn't wait to have you back—guess Heaven must have needed a pick-me-up! Until we meet again, love ya Aunt Jacq.

Dennis Ignarro

April 3, 2021

I bring to mind an occasion when Jackie came out to Hollywood, California, to see me and for is to tend to a personal family situation. She slept on the couch, when we would stop talking (3am or so)!
I was so happy to have her and show her 'the bright lights ' of the town, and she was likewise enamored. Then her sons joined us and we had great family time, because that's what my cousin Jackie always brought to the table...family time! That's what I will miss most...Jackie 😔

Gregory Iovine

April 2, 2021

To my dear and beautiful sister Jackie , or I should say my big sister ! She would always refer to me as her baby brother ! She certainly lived up to being my big sister for as long as I can remember she looked out after me like a hawk !! I always felt protected and secure when she was watching me. Though the years we shared many memorable events and always enjoyed being together. She never stopped introducing me as her baby brother, being my big sister was so important to her ! And she was just that !! She was brilliant, talented, loving compassionate, funny , and tuff all wrapped up into one amazing sister , my BIG sister. She always made me feel special ! She praised me in everything I did ,especially my music...... I vwas the best in her eyes and also in my brother Vinny eyes. They supported me ,encouraged me and made it there business to see me play often . They were there when I needed the support and always made things right. There isn't anything I wouldn't do for my Jackie, she deserved all my love and respect , and she will be sorely missed but I know she's still watching over all of us because that's who she is , and we will be together again that I'm sure , SHE WOULDN'T HAVE IT ANY OTHER WAY !!!🙏🙏🙏

Joan PECORA

April 1, 2021

I so love that my cousin Jackie, has my mother's name Josephine as her middle name. My mother was her godmother. Now every time I think of Jackie I'll think of mom

Marge and Bob Tumilowicz

April 1, 2021

Hello Family

Our hearts are so heavy as we think about our beautiful sister and you all.

Jackie and Vinny, Al and Joanne, Terry and Joe ... what a crew! Such lovely voices.. we remember SO many happy times .. laughing til tears ran out of all our eyes!

For Bob’s 40th birthday the 6 of them crowded into our bathroom to practice a song they made up to sing to him! Aunt Joanne will remember!

We always knew when Brooklyn was in the house... that’s when the party started!

We prayed, we cried, we talked long into the evenings, we shared and we cared.. a lot. Jackie taught us so much -especially about friendship.

We all started our journey together as parents and delighted in sharing our pride in you all! From 1970 forward!

You are all in our prayers.

Love
Aunt Marge and Uncle Bob

Brenda Spinella

March 31, 2021

Now I haven’t seen my cousin Jackie for a few years, but her funny laugh remains in memory and ears. There was one time when I was back visiting cousin Greg and Carol and Jackie was there so her and I were were going to make coffee but I think we may have broken Carols’s coffee maker and Jackie and I ran from the kitchen thinking Carol would kill us but all we could do was laugh as scared as we were. What a funny and happy day I shared with Jackie.
❤️❤️

Dennis Ignarro

March 31, 2021

Oh so many great memories, but I'm left with two. Picture an old three floor country house, Cragsmoor, Ellenville,NY. Twenty five family members, mothers, sons and daughters. (Men were downstate working). A 'bear' shows up at a window and mothers grabs the kids and run for the upstairs floor,EXCEPT AUNT OLY WHO LEFT MY POOR COUSIN JACKIE DOWNSTAIRS to fend for herself. Wasn't so bad...the bear wasn't real, just a joke by two of my aunts...hysterical!
...and then the Christmas tree debacle...omg!

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