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Ada Marie Feffer of Annapolis, MD and Boca
Raton, FL, formerly of Stamford, CT and
Bayside, NY passed away on October 18, 2020
at her home. She was born in Flushing, NY.
She was wife to the late Richard L. Feffer,
daughter of the late Antoinette (Amoruso)
and Charles Lobosco, sister of the late
Joseph T. Lobosco.
She was the devoted mother of Susan Llano
and her husband Robert of Arnold, MD,
Richard and his wife Janet of Elmhurst, IL;
Michael and his wife Carline of Boalsburg,
PA; Christine Sullivan of Warren, VT and Mark
and his wife Alice of Annapolis, MD. A
beloved grandmother to Christine
Tzoannopoulos and her husband Chris;
LeeAnn Llano, Robert Llano and his wife
Dana, Matthew Llano; Megan Gaffney and
her husband Mike, Carolyn, Richard and his
wife Kendra, Danielle, Michael, Nicholas,
Jacqueline and Joseph. The loving
great-grandmother of Reagan and Hayden
Llano; Ariana and John Tyler Tzoannopoulos;
and Penny Gaffney.
Ada Marie was a graduate of Bishop
McDonnell HS in Brooklyn, NY and the Palmer
School in Manhattan, NY. She was an avid
bridge player and reader. She chaired many
committees and held several offices,
including President of Our lady of the
Blessed Sacrament Rosary Society in
Bayside, NY. She was also president of the
EPIC society, a women’s philanthropic social
group in NY, as well as president of the
Newcomers/Suburbanites and the Stamford
Woman’s Club in Stamford, CT. She also
served on the Board of Directors of the
state of CT, General Federation of Women’s
Ada Marie will be fondly remembered for her
original, musical comedy productions for
church and social groups for more than 30
years. She was also a member of HaHa
(Health and Humor Association) where she
was a performing clown, ministering to
patients at Stamford Hospital in CT.
She was a member of New Annapolitans and
the Severn Town Club, having served as
co-chair of The Holly Ball in 2007 and
chairwoman in 2008.
She was a volunteer at Wellness house of
Annapolis. She continued to serve as a
volunteer at Anne Arundel Medical Center
Breast Center from 2006 to present time,
where she was Coordinator of SOS (Survivors
Offering Support) whose members (breast
cancer survivors) minister support and
present gifts and words of comfort to newly
diagnosed breast cancer patients.
Ada Marie was a resident of Ginger Cove, a
Life Care Community, in Annapolis since 2017.
She served as Treasurer of the Resident’s
Club; Bingo committee chair; and managed a
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to
Survivors Offering Support (SOS) at the
Breast Center of Anne Arundel Medical
Center, The AAMC Foundation, 2000 Medical
Parkway, Belcher Pavilion, Suite 604,
Annapolis, MD, 21401. (Please specify
"Designated for SOS" in the memo line of
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