Dolores V. Bonsignore
February 26, 1951 – April 11, 2018
Dolores V. “Sue” Bonsignore, 67, of Oneonta passed away Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown. She was born February 26, 1951 in Glen Cove, New York the daughter of the late William and Virginia (Solomito) Kennedy. Sue began working at Kings Park Psychiatric Hospital in Kings Park, Long Island as a M.H.T.A. Upon moving to the Oneonta area she began working for Broome Develop Mental as a developmental aide. She loved her job and always enjoyed working with her clients. Sue was known as the “neighborhood mom”. When she was able she enjoyed cooking and gardening. She also loved listening to music; it was always playing at her house. Sue is survived by her three children, Michelle (Patrick) Castaldo, Long Pond, PA, Tammy (Stephane) Richard, Oneonta and William Bonsignore, Riverhead; her significant other, William “Ed” Brower, Oneonta; four grandchildren, Emmalyn, Alexander, Maryah and Kayleigh; four brothers, Michael, Richard, Kevin and Gary Kennedy; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by six brothers, Jack, Billy, Bobby, Cordell, Franklin and Joe Kennedy; one sister, June Canny. A service to celebrate the life of Dolores V. “Sue” Bonsignore will be held on Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 3:00 PM in the Lester R. Grummons Funeral Home, 14 Grand Street, Oneonta with the Rev. Stephen D. Fournier officiating. For those who wish memorial donations may be made to Autism Speaks, Inc., 1 East 33rd Street, 4th Floor, New York, New York 10016 or www.autismspeaks.org in loving memory of Dolores V. “Sue” Bonsignore. Online condolences may be made by visiting www.grummonsfuneralhome.com Arrangements are by the Lester R. Grummons Funeral Home, Oneonta.
- Celebration of Life Thursday, April 19, 2018
Dolores V. Bonsignore
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Bob & Karen Castaldo
April 17, 2018
Sue , you were loved by many on earth but are loved more in your new home in heaven. Enjoy your new life by the grace of our lord. All here on earth know you are always going to watch us and smirk at things we do but we know your here to watch and guide us. Your children loved you to the moon and back as did your grandchildren. No words can I say that will ease their sorrowful pain now but with time they will remember all the great memories you all shared and thought them. God Bless you as Heaven makes a place for you. Love always and remembered forever, Bob & Karen
April 17, 2018
I wish to give my condolence to the Bonsignore Family for their great loss of Delores "Sue". Sue lived a gracious life full of love. She was loved by all who knew her and will be sorely missed. May you be reassured of the promise that God will bring back your loved ones to be "Enlightened with the light of the living" (Job 33:30) May this bring you comfort and peace to one day embrace your beloved Sue again.
April 16, 2018
Aunt Sue will be so missed, I know she has many treasures stored up in Heaven as she was a giver and caretaker for so many, I'll never forget her coming over to my grandmothers house to nurse her wounds during her cancer battle, and that was after a hard day at work. I remember when she first met Uncle Willie and I thought she was such a cool young Aunt with a boyfriend, you would call me the Campbell Soup Girl because I was chubby with a bowl haircut. I loved spending time with her when I was a child, I would often sleep over in the summer when she lived in Shirley to play with my baby cousins, and now as we lived so many miles apart I stayed connected on FB as we often times had our morning coffee together. I will miss you Aunt Sue and I will see you one day again. Praying for my cousins to have peace and comfort during this time of grief, I love you guys and am thinking of you all.
April 13, 2018
I never met Sue in person. Known her from Facebook for several years now. Will miss talking with her, but know she walking and talking with Jesus now. My heart goes out to her family. She will be missed.