April 27, 1939 – June 30, 2020
Consuelo Reyes was born on April 27, 1939 and passed away on June 30, 2020 in Bay Shore, New York and is under the care of Claude R. Boyd-Spencer Funeral Homes.
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July 8, 2020
Mom, your name translated in English means comfort. It defines so much of who you are. You've comforted me my whole life, through my illnesses, through my tears, through my grief and sadness. I turned to you. You nursed me back to health, you wiped my tears, you hugged me tightly. Your arms were the ones I ran to. You gave of yourself selflessly to all who knew you, family, friends and strangers alike. I always thank God for choosing you to be my mom. I am truly blessed to call you my mother. I will miss you until my last breath Mom. I love you with all my heart.
July 8, 2020
My Grandmother was and always will be my second mother. She represents everything beautiful in this world. Love, compassion, and selflessness. My Grandmother was a saint. She never judged me for my many wrongdoings, and she cried enough tears for me to fill a river. She never gave up on me. That was the kind, beautiful woman my Grandmother is, and will always be remembered for being. I love you Grandma, I'll miss you until my last breath. Thank you for showing me what a saint in the flesh truly is. Que descanse en paz. Te quiero un montón y gracias por siendo tan especial.
July 7, 2020
Mom is oldest of six children, she leaves behind her husband, Jose, of nearly 61 years, a daughter Lisa, a son Joseph Steven, and grandson Ricardo., along with three great-grandchildren. Mom was a loving mother and wife. She enjoyed cooking and many needle crafts. She loved her Yankees, and she was a fan of the Islanders. She lived music and the arts and we went to many Johnny Mathis, Andrea Bocelli, and Tom Jones concerts. She. loved her family dearly and her passion was in caring for others. Mom was loved by many and will be missed by all who love her.