Harmon Funeral Home


Susan Feeney

June 30, 1956September 28, 2020

Former Staten Islander Susan Frangipane Feeney, a homemaker and community volunteer, passed away peacefully on September 27th, 2020, in Brick, NJ surrounded by a loving family following her long battle with cancer. Born in Manhattan on June 30th, 1956, the second child to Salvatore Frangipane and Maryanne Gambino, she moved to New Dorp from Corona, Queens in 1969 and attended Our Lady Queen of Peace. She graduated from New Dorp High School and went on to complete her college education at Hunter Bellevue School of Nursing with high honors and Who's Who in American Colleges. While attending college she married Robert Altamore and started her family, Suzanne and Robert. She later remarried to Peter Feeney, relocated to Little Neck, NY and had a daughter Elizabeth Rose. With her older children grown, Susan and Elizabeth made Toms River, New Jersey their home and where Susan spent her final years. Susan excelled in gardening and cooking, you could never go to her home without eating a great home cooked Italian meal. Holiday's and family gatherings were her specialty. She was a weekly volunteer at the local food pantry and worked the electoral polls up until she became ill.

Susan is survived by her son Robert Altamore, her daughter Elizabeth Rose, sister Ann Frangipane and nieces Angelina and Stephanie Cortazzo, and aunts, uncles and cousins that will miss her dearly. She is predeceased by her daughter Suzanne Altamore, her parents Salvatore and Maryanne, and her brothers, Salvatore and Joseph Frangipane.

Visitation for Susan’s memorial will be at Harmons Funeral Home at 571 Forrest Avenue, Staten Island, NY Sunday October 4th from 2-4pm and 7-9pm, with an 11:00 am mass on October 5, 2020 at Sacred Heart Church, Castleton Ave.


  • Memorial Service

    Sunday, October 4, 2020

  • Memorial Service

    Sunday, October 4, 2020

  • Mass

    Monday, October 5, 2020


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Donald Buldo

September 30, 2020

I will miss Susan very much. I remember when I had hip surgery she brought the ENTIRE Saint Patty's day meal to me ,corned beef and cabbage, corn bread dessert and we know she could cook..she was a good friend and will be so truly missed.

Kim Sepan-buldo

September 30, 2020

Susan was charitable, compassionate ,tender hearted ,generous, giving and loving. She made her purpose in life to always help others. Susan was the nicest ,sweetest person I know. She made a difference in my life and has made me a better person. Bobby and Elizabeth exhibit her wonderful attributions and I am so glad and proud to know them. We love her and will always always miss her. She's an angel and will be welcomed in heaven.

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