Ann M. Duffy

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March 19, 1939 ~ April 14, 2022

Duffy, Ann M. (nee: Dimatteo), age 83, of Franklin Lakes, formerly a longtime resident of Palisades Park passed peacefully on April 14, 2022. Born and raised in Union City she was a Secretary for Scholastic Magazine of Englewood Cliffs for many years before her retirement. One of Ann's many joys was spending time with her family at the Jersey Shore lounging on the beach, watching the boats go by while sitting on the dock, or feeding the ducks with her grandchildren.

Beloved wife of 60 years to Frank Duffy. Devoted mother of Matthew Duffy, Todd Duffy and his wife Elizabeth. Adored grandma of Emma, Aidan, Keira & Liam.

The family will receive friends on Monday, April 18th from 4:00 – 8:00pm at the Frank A. Patti and Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home at 327 Main Street in Fort Lee, NJ. A funeral mass will be held on Tuesday, April 19th at 10:00am, at Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, at 700 Wyckoff Avenue in Wyckoff, NJ. For information call (201) 944-0100 or www.frankpatti.com

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made in Ann's memory to the Alzheimer's Association (www.alz.org).

Services

Mass: April 19, 2022 10:00 am

Saint Elizabeth Church
700 Wyckoff Avenue
Wyckoff, NJ 07481


Visitation at Funeral Home: April 18, 2022 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Frank A. Patti & Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, NJ 07024


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  1. Dear Aunt Ann,
    Thank you for being my Confirmation sponsor and finally giving me a middle name! Thank you for making those yummy jelly roll pancakes when we had sleepovers, the weekly Friday babysitting, for attending ALL the parties with joy and for being the Best Cake cutter ever! Your love meant a lot throughout these years, and you will be sorely missed.
    Our loving sincere condolences to Uncle Frank and the Duffy Family.
    Jeanine and Cliff Keenan

  2. Dear Aunt NoNo,
    You made a huge impact in my life. How do I know? I was just telling my niece about you two days ago. I was watching our best friends’ kids and the little girl asked me, Aunt Andrea? How are you my Aunt if we’re not blood related? I said let me tell you about my Aunt NoNo! She used to watch me when I was little and we would watch Bambi and Fox and the Hound and she took me to see Wizard of Oz on ice. She also would let me play on her treadmill and was the first person to know I had allergies and would put eye drops in my eyes, and her name was Aunt Ann but I would call her Aunt NoNo because she was always so kind and when I was about to get hurt she would correct my behavior in the softest voice and say “No No” with her finger in the air. She was such a kind soft spoken Aunt in my eyes and will always be fondly remembered by me always. Thank you Duffy Family for sharing her with us. Our condolences. Love Always, Andrea, Dan, & Liliana Butcher

  3. Aunt Ann
    You were one of my favorite people in the world. I have missed you and will always miss you.
    Thank you for being a wonderful Aunt and Friend. You were kind, generous, thoughtful , caring and very understanding.
    You were an important part of our entire family and touched so many lives. I hope you knew how special you were to all of us.
    Love you
    Rest In Peace
    Chrisanne

  4. To my dear cousin Ann.

    When you asked me to be a bridesmaid in your wedding, I was thrilled! I was only 11 years old, but I remember how special I felt in that beautiful dress! I have so many fond memories of all the Easters, Thanksgivings, and Christmases we spent together. So many laughs. I will miss you Annie. Rest in peace. Love Jane Selbach.

  5. My Dear Aunt Ann,
    Missing you so much! Thank you for being such a wonderful Aunt to me and my kids. We were so blessed to have you. Such a big part of our lives and you always will be! Rest in Peace. I Love You.
    Forever in our hearts.
    Elise
    xo
    Ps. Gave the best hugs and made the best artichoke pie ever 😉 love you so much

  6. My forever friend Ann,
    A thousand memories won’t be lost although the years kept us apart. You were always right here in my heart. Until we meet again, I love you,
    Ro

  7. Forever in our hearts! We Love you Aunt Ann and are going to miss you so much!
    The Menendez Family
    Rene, Elise, Alyvia & Rene
    xoxo


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