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Diane M. Seghposs
October 6, 1964 ~ May 14, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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Seghposs, Diane M., 58, of Smithtown passed away unexpectedly with her loving husband, Daniel A. Fabrizio on May 14, 2023. Beloved daughter of the late Richard and the late Margaret Beaudry. Cherished sister of the late William (the late Barbara), Elizabeth Konen (Robert), the late Carol Bava and Ronnie Tohme (George). Adored aunt of Andrew (Heather), Josh, Rebecca, Brianna (Austin Replogle), Madeline, Lauren and Matthew. Treasured great-aunt of Brady, Molly, Brynn and Landon. Dear daughter-in-law of Leonard and Ann, step-daughter to Joel and Judy and sister-in-law of Marc Siegel (Abby) and the late Leonard III. Also survived by Dan’s children Stephanie Spratt (James), Jessica Vannucci (Mike), Victoria (Anthony) and Sophia. Dedicated Vice President of Marketing for Oracle. Diane was truly one of a kind. She was selfless, had a vibrant personality, a genuine laugh, and a beautiful smile. She had the typical type A personality, thriving on organization, lists, and spreadsheets. Diane was a world traveler and loved to vacation and see the world. She liked to collect elephants and shoe figurines. Diane had a gift of being able to socialize and start up a conversation with just about anyone. She enjoyed spending time with her sister, often referred to as “partners in crime.” They always had a blast together whether it was bowling, dinner, or drinking wine in the hot tub; it always ended in endless laughter. Diane and Dan were truly best friends and they complimented each other perfectly. They did just about everything together: car shows, cooking together, going on bike rides to Jones Beach, feeding the wildlife and traveling. Diane and Dan consistently donated their leftover food from family parties to the Phoenix House. She was very passionate about being able to help those in need. Diane was a real-life angel on earth and will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. A memorial service for Dan and Diane will be held Sunday, May 21st, 1-5 pm at Arthur F. White Funeral Home, Inc., 315 Conklin Street, Farmingdale. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Diane’s memory to the Phoenix House, Phoenixhouseny.org.