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R. Stutzmann & Son

224 - 39 Jamaica Ave, Queens Village, NY

OBITUARY

Elizabeth Farrell

January 19, 1958March 12, 2020

Elizabeth Farrell passed away peacefully Thursday the 12th of March at her home in Flushing, NY.

Born January 19, 1958 to Martin and Ann Farrell in the Bronx, Elizabeth later resided in Queens (Jamaica and Flushing). She was very involved with the 508th Parachute Infantry Association, the combat infantry group in which her uncle Matty Teahan served. Uncle Matty was killed in action in the Normandy campaign during WW II. She devoted significant time to combat veteran functions; she was the primary contributor to a book about her Uncle Matty (www.unclemattycomeshome.com).

Elizabeth is survived by her brothers Martin (Marie), John (Patricia), James (Monica) and sister Patricia (Ralph) Regina. She is fondly remembered by her nieces, nephews, grand-niece and grand-nephews.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, March 17, 2020
  • Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, March 18, 2020
  • Commital Service Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Memories

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John Halbohn

March 16, 2020

born in the same hospital and delivered by the same doctor. We both attended Purchase College.
Liz was always there for me and I in return. I once told her that we were soulmates.
I will love you Liz for all eternity.

Cathy Roew

March 16, 2020

Dear Elizabeth, you came, you saw, you conquered. You will be loved and remembered, until we meet again. Love Cathy and family

Ruth Farrell

March 16, 2020

Liz, you were loved by your parents,cherished by your siblings, valued as a friend, and a champion to worthy causes. You are and always will be an angel that walked among us.

Noreen Denett

March 16, 2020

R.I.P. Liz ... Forever in our hearts ♥️

Noreen Denett

March 16, 2020

My Dearest Liz,

My heart is heavy but I am trying to find comfort in the fact that you are at peace. Until the end you were the most kindest person, always caring about everyone even through your illness. Your consistent pride of your heritage and country was infectious. Without you Uncle Matty and his legacy would not have come to life for us. I hold dear our chats, laughs and memories and my life has been enriched because of you. I felt your presence March 12th... until we meet again rest in peace Long Tail.... Love, Skippy

Michael Schmitt

March 15, 2020

Liz you are the sweetest, kindest and most selfless person I have ever met. The last time I saw you, you were going through a hard time and still were loving and kind no matter what. You are a great person, dog lover and true patriot. Love from Alexandra and me. Give Caesar and Bonnie a hug for me.

Billy WERNER

March 15, 2020

Where do I start, where to I begin? So many great conversations with her over the phone that was always centered around family and laughter. Several years ago we met in NYC with my brother Richie for a anniversary mass for Fulton Sheens Canonization. It was at Our Lady of Good Counsel on 92nd street. We met Fr. Apostolie and Joan Sheen. We proudly represented the South Bronx. Her focus on the Vetrans and Uncle Matty was truly amazing. Although we never met him she and her brother Jimmy gave anew life to my uncle Matty. Liz I'm sorry that you suffered but I'm happy that your at peace and at home with family that love you. Miss you and never forget you. Your proud cousin, Billy

Shiela Fineman

March 15, 2020

Liz, I was so glad we found each other on Facebook after losing touch for many years. When we worked together at Marsh and McLennan and I was having a rough day, I appreciated how sweet you were to me and made me feel better. You were easy to talk to and be with. I will always remember going to the movies with you.... we both loved Kevin Kostner! We also had a great time seeing Stevie Wonder together. I see all the good work you have done for Veterans and it is very heartwarming. I am glad to know that you are at peace, and you will always remain in the hearts of those who knew you.
Shiela

Ralph Regina

March 15, 2020

Dear Aunt Liz,

I’m so glad you are at peace right now. I have nothing but fond memories of you and I will miss you for the rest of my life . You were a wonderful, kindhearted person who will never be forgotten. God Bless you and may you find eternal peace. I know you will always look after your family from above . Rest In Peace
Your loving Godson & Nephew,
Ralphie

Ann-Marie Luciano

March 15, 2020

My beautiful Aunt Liz! I will forever cherish our memories together and always keep you in my heart. Gracie will hear many stories about you. I love you. XO