Cecile Alonge

February 16, 1949 - May 12, 2023
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St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church
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Simpsonville, SC 29681
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Cecile Alonge, 74, wife of Paul Alonge, passed away on Friday, May 12, 2023. Born in Jackson Heights, NY, she was the daughter of the late Rudolph and Pauline Pastore DeGiovine. Cecile was a member of St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church. In addition to her husband of 53 years, left to cherish Cecile’s memory areContinue Reading

Jim and Mary Donahue left a message on May 15, 2023:
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Susan n carey realbuto left a message on May 15, 2023:
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Steve Torelli left a message on May 15, 2023:
My late wife and I first met Cecile almost 3 years ago. My wife Reina had just been diagnosed with Stage 4 Ovarian Cancer and Cecile was one of the first to contact her during her illness. We had just recently moved to South Carolina and had very few friends. Cecile was a Godsend for us and what a good friend she had become during a very difficult time. I was so appreciative when she would call to check-in with Reina while, at the same time, battling Stage 4 Ovarian Cancer herself. Unfortunately, Reina passed away 7 months after her diagnosis but, Cecile and her husband Paul would often check-in with me to see how I was doing. Very special people and, perhaps, that was part of God's plan for Cecile. Thank you Cecile and may God's blessings always be with you in Heaven.
Stacey Byrne left a message on May 15, 2023:
I don’t have everyone’s contact information so to those I haven’t spoke to my condolences ?. Cecile was one of my favorite cousins! She was a beautiful strong woman I could look up to and admire in every way. As a wife, a mom, a friend. She cherish family and we always spoke about our reunions at balsam shade! I will miss her but know she’s now at peace.
Fr. Chris DeGiovine left a message on May 15, 2023:
I have so many memories of Uncle Rudy, Aunt Pauline, Cecile, Rick and Robbie coming to our farm in Greenville. The city kids meeting the country cousins. Wonderful memories. My prayers are with you all. May Cecile now rest in peace.
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Mike Macri left a message on May 15, 2023:
Geri, my wife, and I, have been close friends with Cecile and Paul for over 40 years. We were neighbors in NY. When we met there was an immediate connection. Geri and Cecile were best of friends as are Paul and I. There are so so many cherished moments we spent together. Cecile was a great audience and laughed at my jokes. She was always there if we needed anything. There is not enough room on this post or time to put into words how wonderful it was to have Cecile in our lives. To say she will be missed does not even begin to cover the loss Geri and I feel. We love you Cecile and always will! Until we meet again, love you, Geri and Mike??❤️
Joanne Flores left a message on May 14, 2023:
Cecile We love you for ever May you Rest In Peace.
William Park left a message on May 14, 2023:
From the first day I met Cecile, she was a kind, lovely lady. The more I got to know her I realized how dedicated she was to her family and friends. Cecile always made time to listen and truly hear what you had to discuss with her making you feel like what you had to say truly was important to her. You will truly be missed Cecile, May you rest in eternal peace.
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