Nancy D. Falconer

February 4, 1928January 26, 2021

Nancy Delaporte Falconer, 92, of New York, NY passed away peacefully at home on January 26, 2021.

Nancy was born in Brooklyn, NY to Lee A. and Marion M. Delaporte. She had two brothers who predeceased her, Lee A. and Donald A. She attended Berkeley Colligate Institute and Packard Junior College. Nancy was very involved in politics, the Junior League of Brooklyn, Brookwood Child Care and a member of St. Vincent Parish.

Nancy was married to William (Bill) Falconer, also of Brooklyn. Nancy and Bill enjoyed many summers at their home in Quioque, NY. They loved entertaining friends and family and beach time. They also were avid travelers. She is survived by nieces and nephews along with great and great-great nieces and nephews.

A viewing will be held Thursday, February 4th, at St. Joseph’s Church from 9AM-10AM. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held immediately following at 10AM. At the conclusion of mass, burial will follow in Westhampton Beach, NY.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her name to Berkeley Colligate Institute and St Joseph’s Indian School.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, February 4, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, February 4, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Thursday, February 4, 2021


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Casia Jones

January 30, 2021

Mrs. Falconer was a very passionate and loving person. It was wonderful getting to know her over the years. Every Monday, she would ask, "How are your grandkids?" Always encouraging me to take them to the museums. She was known as the Mayor of Manhattan House. When she walked through the lobby, everyone stood up straight and slowed down their walking pace. She was never afraid to say what was on her mind. I loved her very much, and she will be missed.

Sally McGrath

January 28, 2021

Nancy was a longtime member of the Westhampton Garden Club. She loved being involved and was very enthusiastic with the activities. We all enjoyed her participation! May she Rest In Peace.

Hillary Johnson

January 28, 2021

Nancy was a warm and welcoming presence - both to her neighbors on Quiogue and at Quantuck Beach Club. She had a deft ability to reach across generations and could always find a conversation starter, no matter how slim the acquaintance. She was straight-forward and very courageous about facing life's ins and outs. Selling her lovely Long Island house was not an easy decision but she knew it was the right one. Invited to tea by the new homeowners, she reported how wonderful they were and warmly approved the changes they had made to make her lovely old house their own. That was the kind of person Nancy was.

Jeanne, Louise and Irene Conway

January 28, 2021

We will always remember Nancy fondly. She was a wonderful neighbor in Manhattan and in Westhampton Beach, and a kind and generous person. May she rest in peace with her beloved Bill.

Barbara Sartorius

January 28, 2021

Nancy was a wonderful addition to our lives on Long Island and at Quantuck Beach Club. Her magical smile was a reflection of her absolutely positive nature. Nancy was close to her family and I remember her getting summer jobs in Quogue for a teenage niece and a teenage nephews while they stayed with her.
Nancy was the very best and I am lucky to have known her well enough to call her a friend.