Ana Lyn Daproza

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September 17, 1970 ~ August 21, 2023

Ana Lyn Daproza, age 52, of Fort Lee formerly Orangeburg, NY. Beloved daughter of Mila (Ella) Daproza and the late Edgardo Daproza. Cherished sister of Andrea Criscione, Edgar and Darren Daproza. Dear "Auntie" of Michael, Kiana, Devin, Dani, Una and Reya. Adored companion of her Boston Terrier Harris.

Memorial Mass Saturday 11 am at St. John's RC Church Leonia, NJ. For further information call (201) 944-0100.


Mass: August 26, 2023 11:00 am

St. John R. C. Church
Broad & Harrison Avenue
Leonia, NJ 07605

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  1. To my dear friend Analyn who brought BRIGHTNESS & EXCITEMENT everywhere she went, you will be missed beyond measure!!
    Heaven gained a powerful light when you entered through the gates! I hope you get to meet my mom (Dottie) & brother in law James who both passed away just 11 short months ago. xoxox They will absolutely LOVE you!!!

    I can still hear you calling me DEANER from our High School years. xoxoxox We didn’t see each other to often but my world already misses you . I will continue to pray for your beautiful mom, your siblings & your nieces and nephews as they travel the road of grieving. Their loss will be painful because you were a gift of LOVE to so many.
    Rest easy my friend. I love you! love, Michele

  2. My Dear Friend Analyn,
    I will miss your smile, your laugh, and your innate ability to make the most of every moment. I will miss singing karaoke with you, with or without a microphone. I will miss our Doggie Parties and your visits with Harris where we both tried to tire him out, and the the pictures of Harris you would send me after every visit of him exhausted and sleeping. I will miss seeing concerts with you, dancing and singing every word to the music we loved. I will miss hanging on my deck and shopping for dog toys for our “babies”. I will miss your stories of work, family and your vacations and most of all, the memories of our childhood.
    You have been a sister and a friend to me for 50 years. Through the celebrations and the sad times, you were always there for me and I will mostly miss your unconditional love. My hope is that you were met with a hug from your Dad whom I know you missed so dearly. We will all miss you but know we will meet again. I love you always my friend.

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