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March 30, 1964 ~ November 14, 2023 (age 59) 59 Years Old
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Hope, Diane, 59, life-long Farmingdale resident passed away November 14, 2023. Loving wife of 36 years to Thomas. Devoted mother of Brian and Laura Doyle (Brian). Adored grandmother of Mason, James and Cole. Treasured sister of Anne Lynch (Bill), Bobby McAllister (Sara), Richie Allgier, Ellen Radtke (Paul), Barbara Tilleli and her twin sister, Donna Suppa (Gregg). Beloved daughter-in-law of Jean Hope and sister-in-law of Irene Gazza (Joe). Cherished aunt, great-aunt, cousin, and friend to many. Diane had so many characteristics that made her special, making it hard just to name a few. She truly was “everything”, she was loving, smart, caring, dependable, strong, sarcastic, and extremely funny. Diane was easy to talk to and the ultimate secret keeper, which led to countless hours on the phone with her daughter and sisters. She enjoyed playing dominoes on Friday nights, watching movies and tv shows and spending time with her family. Diane’s family was the light of her life and she always believed in family over everything. She often hosted holidays, birthdays and family get-togethers, where she cooked a huge spread large enough for an army. Diane’s cooking was so good that it became the standard against which all other meals were held, often causing some disappointment. Unlike most people, she didn’t love the warm summer days, her favorite season was winter, and she enjoyed a nice rainy day. Many memories were made during family gatherings for all special occasions. Camping trips to Montauk were also among many great memories. She always looked forward to seeing her sister in New Jersey, where they played many games of LRC with a Pino Grigio in hand and nights full of endless laughter. Diane was a remarkable woman who made an impact on everyone she met, for that and so much more, she will be forever missed. The family will receive visitors Sunday, November 19th, 2-4 and 7-9 pm at Arthur F. White Funeral Home, Inc., 315 Conklin Street, Farmingdale. Funeral Mass Monday, November 20th, 9:45 am at St. Kilian RC Church. Interment following at St. Charles Cemetery.