Mary Kuhtenia

Mary Kuhtenia

Thursday, May 24th, 1923 Saturday, April 11th, 2020

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Obituary for Mary Kuhtenia

Mary Kuhtenia
May 24, 1923
April 11, 2020

Mary Kuhtenia a long-time resident of Brooklyn then Queens has died Saturday the 11th of April 2020 at Trump Pavilion Nursing Home.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Mary was a worker at NDQ CANDY FACTORY. Mary was an active member of the Moose Lodge for many years. She loved socializing with her friends and would go dancing at their events.
Mary was a loving wife to her beloved late husband Michael. They were married 49 years. They had 2 children Dennis and Michael. She loved to cook for her family, friends and even the neighbors when she lived in the senior living development in De for a couple years.
Mary is survived by her son Michael, daughter-in-law Mary, grandsons Dennis Jr, Michael (Jessica), John, granddaughters Judy, Tiffany (Johnny) and Katrina, many great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren all of whom she adored and loved. She brought great joy to all that knew her with so many great memories. She also leaves behind her brother Frank, his wife Anne, many nieces and nephews and many extended family members.
She has been laid to rest with her husband Michael at Calverton National Cemetery.

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    Calverton National Cemetery
    210 Princeton Boulevard
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Ida Mongello

Rest In Peace my dear Godmother Mary💕 I’ll never forget all the memories we made and how close we were! My mom and you were best friends that’s why she picked you to be my Godmother you were very special to all of us. My deepest sympathy to all I know how much you’ll be missed 💕
Comment | Posted at 08:37pm via Condolence

Ann Rakowicz

Our deepest sympathies to the family. The Rakowicz family
Comment | Posted at 07:22pm via Condolence

Dennis J Kuhtenia Jr

In honor of Grandma Mary Kuhtenia. From Dennis Jr, Judy,Katrina,John,Janelise,DennisIII,Jesse,Evie we love you and you will be in our hearts forever.
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Dennis Kuhtenia

I have seen and read about a lot of incredible woman in my life. NONE compared to the Angel I was blessed with for a Grandmother. She would give you heart to save you, the food off her plate so you wouldn't be hungry. She was the most amazing Wife, Mother, and an OUT OF THIS WORLD GRANDMOTHER. She made me feel so special with the love she gave me. Loved to make sure I ate everyday. Didn't mind me going to her house for lunch and dinner. My Grandmother made the best home made soup I have ever tasted. I looked forward to every Monday soup day. I loved to go visit her every time I could. Even when she moved away from me I would go sleep over her house to stay with her and take her shopping and make sure she was ok before I left home. When I moved out of state I made sure I went to see her and give her a hug and kiss. Again she made sure my sou was made. I LOVED HER SO SO MUCH!!! She will never be forgotten in my mind or in my heart. I remember when I finally brought her Great Great Grandchildren up to see her in the nursing home. It lit up her eyes and she could not stop smiling. Even though it killed me inside that I could not take her out of there and take care of her, I knew she would get better care there. My heart will forever be broken into pieces with her gone. I hope she can send me her love that she had for people. I hope her and my Grandfather are together again holding hands looking down on all of us and are happy with everything they had a part in building.. I hope I am not letting her and my Grandfather down... I LOVE YOU GRANDMA TIL THAT DAY WE MEET AGAIN AND I CAN HOLD YOU AND EAT YOUR SOUP.... R.I.P Grandma
Comment | Posted at 04:11pm via Condolence

Mary Kuhtenia

Mom, you knew me three quarters of my life 45 years and we shared some fantastic funny times together. You were more than an in law to me you were my second mother. I am so glad I spent so much more time with you in your later years. You always told me you loved me so much and glad I was still in your life, that I was the best daughter in law and always there for you. Your friends and workers at the nursing home you would always tell me that you spoke so highly of me and appreciated all of my visits. I'm so glad you were in my life for 45 years and made it that much more special to me. I love you so much and will miss you even more. Rest in eternal peace. You are now with dad again and I'm sure he is so happy to see you again. Until we meet again Mom.
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Camille McCourt

What a great tribute to her ❤️
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