Concetta Marie Dickquist

September 26, 2018
Concetta Marie Dickquist, 99; formerly of Fulton, NY died peacefully at Hospice of the Comforter in Orlando, FL. Mrs. Dickquist was born in Fulton, NY to the late Vincent and Equida (Vecchio) DiBernardo. She had moved to Florida to be closer to her family. Concetta will forever be remembered for her style, grace, humor, hard work and being a wonderful cook. She was a compassionate and loving caregiver to her family. Concetta’s happiest times were with her family. She had been employed by General Electric, Syracuse as a Team Leader. Concetta was a past communicant of Holy Family Church and a current member of Holy Trinity Church, Fulton, NY. She loved to walk, talk and travel and bowl with her best friend Anne Lalik. Together they were on various bowling leagues for over 60 years and October 7th, 2000 Anne and Kay (as Concetta was known to many) were inducted into the Fulton Women’s Bowling Association Hall of Fame. Concetta enjoyed travelling to NC and FL to stay with her children during the winter months. She always loved to cook and have her family together. She also enjoyed playing high stakes BINGO at the casino and local churches. Concetta was pre-deceased by her husband Michael J. Dickquist in 2001, and siblings: Carmella Bifera, Rose Pannofino, Joseph DiBernardo, and Jack DiBernardo. Concetta was a loving mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She will be greatly missed by her surviving sons: Michael Dickquist of Fulton, Dennis Dickquist of Orlando, FL, and David (Amy) Dickquist of Salisbury, NC, grandchildren: Tamara Townsley, Victoria Dickquist, and Michael V. Dickquist; great grandchildren: Kaydn, Chloe, Lucy, Jonathan, Kaylyne, Tia, Tommy, Nicholas, Madison, Ethan, and Isabella, close family friends and caregivers to Concetta: Kathy LaDuke and Alan Root and several nieces and nephews. Calling hours will be held
8:00 to 9:45 AM Tuesday in the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. 2nd St. S., Fulton, NY. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 AM Tuesday at Holy Trinity Church, Fulton celebrated by Rev. Joseph Scardella. Burial will be held in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Fulton.

3 thoughts on “Concetta Marie Dickquist

  1. To the Dickquist family………..please accept my most sincerest condolences. I knew Kay for many, many years and she indeed was a wonderful person. May she rest in peace!

  2. You are forever in my heart aunt Kay I love you we will meet again in heaven say hello to aunt Rosie grandma carm my brother and my dad and all his beloved siblings who you will now be with and your siblings Rest In Peace

  3. To David Dickquist and family,my thoughts and prayers are with you,I have many fond memories of your mom. She traveled with us to Las Vagas and Atlantic City, where she knew how to pick the winners.We shared fun phone conversations, always ending with me asking for stuff peppers… She will be missed by all who new her.

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