Jane M. Isernia LiConti

September 28, 1922July 9, 2010

Arrangements under the direction of Casimir Funeral Home, Port Jefferson Station, NY.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, July 13, 2010
  • Visitation Monday, July 12, 2010
  • Visitation Monday, July 12, 2010
  • Burial Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Jane M. Isernia LiConti

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Linda Liconti-Longo

July 29, 2010

Over the years we certainly had our differences, but I must say that Jane was truly one of the most caring, serene, strongest women I have had the pleasure to encounter. She will be sorely missed. I can't believe I just visited with her less than 3 weeks ago. Goodbye dear heart. Pray for us in heaven as you always did here on earth.

Anne LiConti

July 26, 2010

Aunt Jane,
As far back as I remember, you were so genuine and your home was a peaceful sanctuary full of love for everyone. You not only talked the talk, you walked the walk of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Jesus just wasn't on for one hour on Sunday for you....He was in your life everyday because Jesus was in your heart
I enjoyed our conversations on the phone so much through the years.
I miss you and will love you always.
Till we meet again in heaven!
Love you,
Anne LiConti

July 23, 2010

Love lost is most painful, but those who have gone before us are in a better place, provided that they belong to God. May God comfort your lost.

Agnes Gebhardt

July 20, 2010

John, I am so sorry for your loss. I dont know if you remember me but I rented the apt from your mom from 1987 to 1991. I really enjoyed living there and we used to catch up once a week because I worked nights and she was very nice to me. She was a pistol that is for sure. I know you will miss her but you will see her again some day. Take care.

David Moczulski

July 11, 2010

Wow - I cannot believe that the last of the "fabulous four-some" of John, Jane, Chic, and Anna has passed away.
I can still hear your mother's usual exclamation of "Blessed Mother" and see her putting out the glass of water on the kitchen table every night (for the angels or spirits who might come during the night).

I am sorry that I cannot attend the funeral but know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all.  No matter how old a mother might be and how old we are, it is still your mother and the pain is there.  I know from my own mom's passing.  

I think back often to those times together around the table into the early hours of the morning.  The laughs and the tears.

Thank you for sharing your family with me.  Know that you all have a place in my heart and always in my prayers and if there is anything I can do just let me know.

Love always

Rest in peace, Aunt Jane.

Fr David Moczulski, OFM