Harmon Funeral Home

571 Forest Ave, Staten Island, NY


Agnes M. Tarasovis

June 29, 1925July 25, 2020

Agnes M. Tarasovis, age 95, of Staten Island, New York passed away on Saturday, July 25, 2020. Agnes was born June 29, 1925. Agnes as born in New York City, she came to Castleton Corners in 1930 as a child, her family then moved to West Brighton in 1932, then returned to Castleton Corners in 1939 and she continued living there till 1988 when she moved to Grymes Hill until 2000. In 2000 she again returned to West Brighton. Agnes worked as a bookkeeper for Triangle Plumbing & Heating Supply Co for 33 years. Volunteered for many years with Pax Christi Hospice. She enjoyed traveling throughout Europe, the States, Alaska and the Islands while working. She also enjoyed the Ballet, Symphony and Theatre in the City. Enjoyed reading, games & crossword puzzles and swimming.

Agnes is survived by her brother, Vincent Tarasovis and her sister Jeanne LeRoy; nephew Daniel Leroy, and Gary LeRoy, niece Christine Hancock, great nieces Lauren Grace, Claire Oliva, Lily Kate and Zoe Rachel. Visitation will be Tuesday July 28 at the Harmon Funeral Home 571 Forest Avenue from 2 to 4 & 7 to 9 PM. Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday July 29 at Blessed Sacrament RC Church 10am.


  • Vincent Tarasovis, Brother
  • Jeanne LeRoy, Sister
  • Daniel LeRoy, Nephew
  • Gary LeRoy, Nephew
  • Christine Hancock, Niece
  • Lauren Grace, Great Niece
  • Claire Oliva, Great Niece
  • Lily Kate, Great Niece
  • Zoe Rachel, Great Niece

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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, July 29, 2020


Agnes M. Tarasovis

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Gail Checkett

July 27, 2020

Dear Vincent and Family,
Please accept my deep sympathy on the loss of dear Agnes.
I have fond memories of her days at Pax Christi Hospice where she was a devoted volunteer. I’ll miss seeing her at Blessed Sacrament Church where she was a devoted parishioner.
I’ll remember Agnes who was always such a lovely lady and keep your family in my prayers.
Gail Checkett


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