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Beatrice Kovacs

March 7, 1950April 5, 2020

Beatrice Kovacs, who was born in Manhattan, March 7, 1950 passed away on April 5, 2020. She was kind and gentle, had a quick wit, never-ending smile and was endeared by all who knew her. She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Beatrice Kovacs and sisters Anne Kovacs and Peggy Corr (husband James). She is survived by sisters Barbara Cassissa (husband George), Georgette Kovacs, and brother George Kovacs (wife Hedi). Numerous Aunts, Uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends (special friend Marty). Beatrice worked in the Town Hall of West New York, NJ for 30 years and retired in Staten Island, NY. Memorial arrangements will be made in the future.

Donations can be made to Friends of Carmel Richmond 88 Old Town Road Staten Island, NY 10304


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Kellie Menzel

April 30, 2020

My deepest condolences to the Kovacs' family. I will always remember Beatrice's smile. My Uncle Marty and her were quite the team ! I never remember a time without her when our family got together. God bless you Beatrice. You will live forever in our hearts. Love Kellie

Allison F

April 22, 2020

Rest in sweetest peace Aunt Beatty<3
We will love and miss you very much. I know Bea is comforted by joining her sisters, mom & dad in heaven.

Gina Intravaia

April 18, 2020

I met Bea during my mother in laws stay at Richmond Carmel.. she was so welcoming and such an inspiration during her recovery. She had a smile that would light up the room...always looking out for those around her! I’m so saddened to hear of her passing... May she rest in the sweetest peace!

Valerie Feminella

April 17, 2020

Aunt Beatty was the sweetest person I ever met. She never had a bad thing to say about anything or anyone. Every time I would see her she would tell me how beautiful I was. Aunt Beatty was beautiful inside and out. She will be missed by many. Rest In Peace Aunt Beatty and sore with Angels.
Your friend,

Valerie Pepe

April 14, 2020

Beatty was a ray of sunshine. She brought joy to everyone she met. I loved the fact she would remember your birthday. She always made a point to ask my mom how I was if she didn't see me for some time. I'll miss her huge smile and hugs.

Barbara Jean Redstone lipari

April 14, 2020

Beatrice my sweet cousin, I have such fond memories of growing up and having you a part of my life. You had a way of always making me smile with your infectious laugh and always made me feel good about me. I will forever love and miss you. ❤️ always Bobbi Jean.

Suzanne Fremer

April 14, 2020

Heaven just gained a new angel. I will always cherish the times me and my Aunt Beatty spent together. We shared countless sleepovers, simple pleasures like getting our hair and nails done, going to the mall or a walk down the beach. She always brought joy to our family gatherings. I will miss her very much. Love always Suzy

Anne Giambrone

April 14, 2020

My Aunt Beatty was the most sweetest person anyone could meet. She always remembered everyone'sbirthday and made sure to remind you when someone's was coming close. She had a pure innocence about her and was adored by everyone she met. She was my Godmother and I will always remember her for the wonderful person she was. She will be greatly missed by our family. Auntie Beatty, you will forever be in our hearts. Rest in peace.


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