Lucille I Antonacci

December 9, 1928November 15, 2020

Lucille I. Antonacci, 91, of Spring Hill, Florida passed away Sunday, November 15, 2020. She was born on December 9, 1928 in Staten Island, New York. Lucille worked as a School Aide with the New York City Board of Education for 48 years. She loved the children and they loved her. She had a quick wit, an infectious smile and a kind and compassionate spirit. Lucille was preceded in death by her loving husband Bernard, granddaughter Jennifer and several brother and sisters. She is survived by her loving daughter Phyllis Vilardi and her spouse Russ, her daughter Debra Jo Huertas. Her grandchildren Karen Vilardi, Russell Vilardi, and Emilio Huertas. Her great grandchildren Katherine, Vinchenzo, Zavier, Ayla, Julian, and Helena, as well as, several nieces and nephews.


  • Funeral Mass

    Saturday, November 21, 2020


Lucille I Antonacci

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Carolyn Thomas

November 25, 2020

Oh! Aunt Lucille, I have loved you my whole life. We ended up living across the street from each other when I was just a lil girl. I remember sitting @ your kitchen table & eating your artificial sweetener saccharin tablets from your pretty glass bowl. You told me not to eat so many cuz it wasn't good for me, but I couldn't resist the feeling of it melting on my tongue & would try to sneak a few while your back was turned as you cooked me a DELICIOUS breakfast. Mom was so jealous I liked your eggs better than hers! Uncle Bernie would be sitting in his lounge chair every morning as I passed through the living room into the kitchen 🥰. And how can I forget the hourly chirping of your
humongous (to me) Grandfather Clock. I'd watch the kitchen clock & wait for it to chirp. I also remember standing @ the old time radiator in kitchen, looking out the window each day as the Twin Towers were being built & getting taller & taller 😪. I love you & miss you with my whole heart, Aunt Lucille! There is a hole in my ❤️ that ONLY you can fill 😢.

DebraJo Huertas

November 20, 2020

My Dearest mom 💟 I can't believe your not here but also your not suffering anymore.I miss you so much and love you more always in my heart mom💓💐

Jeanette Roccombli

November 19, 2020

I first met Mrs Antonacci when I started attending kindergarten back in 1960. She was standing there with a cute little girl who would end up being my lifelong friend. Her daughter Debbie.
We would share vacations at the shore in Seaside Heights along with her husband Bernie. I will always cherish those memories.
She would see Debbie and I grow up to be wives mothers and Grandmothers.
I’m glad that she could live out her final days in Florida where her older daughter Phyllis resides and they both got to share their memories in her final days.
May you find your eternal peace and keep watching over your family.

DebraJo Huertas

November 19, 2020

missing you mom so many people have wrote so many things

Kyana Williams

November 19, 2020

Growing up & going to PS.31 Miss Lucy was my favorite she would always smile at me when she saw me & gave the biggest warmest hugs I could remember being in the lunch room and Miss Lucy would make sure my milk was open and that I eat my food & she had such soft hands I loved to hold them she was so sweet loving & caring person I could remember as I got older I would see her at the 42 bus stop in front of my house n we would just sit there and talk about all the memories we had together when I was a child she will truly be missed I have so many memories with Miss Lucy I can go on & on not only that she took good care of my children when they stared to attend school at PS 31 she will always have a place in ❤️ May her soul Rest In Peace 🙏🏿

Doreen Alexander Thompson

November 19, 2020

MS. Lucy you will always be in the hearts of all of us who went to P.S.31.. S.I.P.
Your infectious laughter rings in the hallways.
Deepest sympathy. Doreen Alexander Thompson


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