In loving memory of

Theresa Marie De Santis
August 22, 1977 - September 6, 2021

I wonder if you knew how many people's lives you touched?
I wonder if you knew how much you meant to so many people?
I wonder if you truly understood the beauty of your soul?
I wonder if you recognized just how much you did for everyone around you?
To have you a part of our lives was an honor to have experienced, your love was a privilege

Theresa is survived by her loving husband, John; her children, Jaycee, Victoria, Sara, Michael & Brianna.


Zachary Cutlip wrote on Sep 18, 2021:

"Tete i?ll never forget the kindness and the smiles you always brought to a room, i remember when you took me school clothes shopping we went to every JC Penny in rochester trying to find a big and tall section. i?ll never forget everything you done for my wife and kids, so many good times i love you so much you will be missed. "

Andrea Totah wrote on Sep 13, 2021:

"John,Sara & family, I had the privilege of volunteering at Longridge with Theresa and then having her as one of Laila?s Girl Scout leaders. She was always willing to help and had a kind heart. The love she had for her family was evident. I will miss her. My heart is with you. "

Roseann wrote on Sep 10, 2021:

"Dear John and family, We will always remember Theresa for her loving spirit both on and off the softball field. She had a heart of gold and her love for her family shines through each of you. We are terribly sorry for your loss and we are thinking of your family during this difficult time. Theresa asked me to watch out for Jaycee at Longridge and I will be sure to make her proud! Sending love and hugs, Roseann, Joe, & Gianna DiProspero "

Renee Schumacher wrote on Sep 9, 2021:

"I'm so sorry for your loss. We will be out of town Sat but I wanted to let you know that all of you are in my thoughts in prayers. Theresa is one of the sweetest and caring people I have ever met. I will miss her smiles and humor. "

Shane Pilato wrote on Sep 9, 2021:

"I met you once at a motorcycle event with your Dad... a fundraiser of sorts. We did a Chinese auction together while chatting, making small talk about him and your area. You were from that area, I traveled... you were very hosting and approachable... A lovely person. I remember you being so happy that your Dad was there and you got to meet his friends... Your Dad was proud and happy he got to see you. That's my memory.... Until the next time... "

Sabrina Holley wrote on Sep 9, 2021: