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Lucy C. DiPasqua

Lucy C. DiPasqua

November 17, 2021

Lucy C. Di Pasqua, age 74, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 17, 2021. She was born May 10, 1947 in New York City to Anthony and Anna DiPasqua. She is predeceased by her parents.

She joined the NYC Police Department in 1973 as a 911 operator and was later promoted to Supervising Police Technician. She retired after 30 years of service. Her career allowed her to do what she excelled at-helping those who needed assistance.

Lucy truly lived life to the fullest through simple pleasures; chatting with friends and family, traveling, and spending time with her loved ones. Lucy had an uncanny ability to reach people in a deep and positive way. Her amazing smile will be missed. She is survived by a large and loving family, friends that became family, and of course her beloved cat, Zach.

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November 22, 2021

2:00 PM to 7:00 PM

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199 Bleecker Street

New York, NY 10012

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Lucy was a very special friend of mine. I met Lucy almost 40 years ago - at first contact she was a complete- worker, one of my supervisors - who became a mentor at work and then a friend outside of work. Over the years she become part of my inner circle and was trusted with my most private secrets. She helped me in many ways - including in difficult situations - as a part of a group of very special people - Lucy will be very much missed - I have many fond memories - and as I have heard said - this will apply to Lucy - I expect that as time goes by - when we get to May 10 next year and every year forward - my memory will bring a smile to my face first followed by tears to my eyes. Rest In Peace my dear friend.


Posted by: Barry Greenblatt - , - November 18, 2021

Lucy was a very special friend of mine. I met Lucy almost 40 years ago - at first she was a co-worker, one of my supervisors - who became a mentor at work and then a friend outside of work. Over the years she become part of my inner circle and was trusted with my most private secrets. She helped me in many ways - including in difficult situations - as a part of a group of very special people - Lucy will be very much missed - I have many fond memories - and as I have heard said - this will apply to Lucy - I expect that as time goes by - when we get to May 10 next year and every year forward - my memory will bring a smile to my face first followed by tears to my eyes. Rest In Peace my dear friend.


Posted by: Barry Greenblatt - , - November 18, 2021

I worked with Lucy for many years with her as my supervisor, she was so full of energy and had a great spirit she will be missed.


Posted by: Elaine Williams-Bass - Syracuse, NY - November 22, 2021

I meet Lucy when I was a friend with younger Brother Anthony. She was a very attractive young lady so full of life. May she rest in total peace with Gods blessing's. Michael.


Posted by: Michael Rispulo - NYC, NY - December 18, 2021

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