Stephanie Ferrari

June 11, 1945October 30, 2018

Stephanie Ferrari was born on June 11, 1945 and passed away on October 30, 2018.


  • Celebration Of Life Thursday, November 8, 2018
  • Memorial Service Thursday, November 8, 2018

Stephanie Ferrari

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steven baez

November 8, 2018

You always a great mother and never turned your back on me. It was my honor and privilege to take care of you when you got sick. They take the good way too soon you are a beautiful woman and excellent mother and a great person. I love you so much Mama and I'm going to miss you more than you'll ever know.

Sindy Cohan

November 8, 2018

This year was 40 years that I knew Steph...a lifetime. The first time that I met her, her son Steven brought me home after school to the house on East 19th Street in Brooklyn. She greeted me with a smile and of course, a batch of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies and so the relationship began. Through the years many things changed. I walked in that day as her son’s girlfriend and even though that ended I developed friendships with all her sons, as well as Steph and Al. They all always made me feel like I was part of the family.
I have so many great memories of Steph and we had lots of laughs. She taught me how to make cheesecake in her kitchen in Canarsie. She said that her talking caller ID made it sound like my name was Sandi Cohani an Indian Princess so that’s what she started calling me.
During her last few years in Brooklyn, before she moved to Florida we got together a few times without her boys. She told me how she met Al, stories about when she had her children and showed me a photo album/scrapbook of her and Al’s relationship. We had a lot of nice talks.
Unfortunately, I’ve had a lot of loss in my life and seen a lot of people suffer with illness. Stephanie is definitely the strongest of them all. She really put up a fight.
I remember Steph once telling me I was the daughter she never had. She was like a second mother to me. I will miss her very much and I will never forget the laughs, the love and of course, the cookies!

Dottie Baker

November 8, 2018

Will miss you, we had some good times
Together, I miss seeing Maggie, I know you loved that dog, and your dancing.
Now you can get some rest.

Susan & Alan Wadsworth

November 4, 2018

We only knew Stephanie as a friendly neighbor, who took great pride in her home, her yard & her dogs. She was not lazy & always had a ready smile & a wave of her hand. She fought a mighty battle...May she have true peace now.