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Evelyn "Cookie" Mc Loughlin
February 13, 1934 ~ July 26, 2023 (age 89) 89 Years Old
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Mc Loughlin, Evelyn T., “Cookie”, longtime Bethpage resident passed away July 26, 2023. Reunited in Heaven with her beloved husband of 47 years, William. Loving mother of Debbie Sostenuto (Thomas) and Christopher (Angela). Adored “Nanny Cookie” of Jonathan. Devoted “Dog Mom” of Coco and Sammy. Predeceased by her brother, Phillip Franz III and her brother-in-law’s James, Jack, Eddie, Robert and Joseph. Cherished aunt of Michael (Andrea), John, Phillip IV, Theresa, Anthony, Brian, Tracy, Robert, Anne Margaret, Roselle, Jacqueline and Michelle. Treasured friend of many. Cookie was the true star of the show, always keeping everyone on the edge of their seats because no one knew what she would say next. She always had her family and friends laughing with her unfiltered quick wit, jokes and great sense of humor. Although Evelyn was a “rip”, she was extremely loving, loyal, kind, hardworking and strong-willed. She was always one to give before she was even asked. Cookie was very protective of her children and grandson. They meant the absolute world to her and she worked tirelessly to provide for them. Cookie enjoyed crocheting and loved roses. She was a great cook, making many different German, Italian and American dishes. Her family’s favorites included her infamous rice pudding, spaghetti with meat sauce and pot roast. Many memories were made going out east to the farm stands getting her fresh corn on the cob, going out for family dinners, playing board games, cards, hide and seek and Batman cars with Jonathan. The most important thing to Cookie was just that they were all together. Cookie’s great sense of humor and big heart will be missed by all who were lucky enough to know her. The family will receive visitors Sunday, July 30th, 2-4 and 7-9 pm at Arthur F. White Funeral Home, Inc., 234 Broadway, Bethpage. Funeral Mass Monday, July 31st, 10 am at St. Martin of Tours RC Church. Interment following at Mount Saint Mary’s Cemetery, Flushing. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Cookie’s memory to the ASPCA; ASPCA.org.