Bertram "Bert" Wolff, 83, of Baldwin, New York passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on March 2, 2015. Beloved husband of Marge. Son of the late John and Elizabeth Vorndran. Loving father of Susan Hosler (Cliff), Bert Wolff (Lynne), Janet Wolff (Chris) and Nancy Lynch (Chris). Dear brother of Mary Ann Lawler and Jane Vorndran and the late Robert Wolff. Brother-In-Law to Mary Destafano. Cherished grandfather of DanaMarie, Travis, Ashley, John, Lisa, Jenna Lynn, Brian, Sean and Heather and great-grandfather of Emerson, Elliott, Lily Teresa and Elizabeth. Proud Army Veteran, POW and Purple Heart Recipient of the Korean War. Reposing at the Fullerton Funeral Home, Inc., 769 Merrick Road, Baldwin, New York. Funeral Mass on Friday, 3/6/2015, 9:45 a.m. at St. Christopher’s Church in Baldwin, New York. Private Cremation. Visiting on Thursday, 3/5/2015 from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.

Thoughts & Prayers

Posted by Bob & Wendy Schuck on
Our condolences to Bert and the whole Wolff family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. What a great picture of your Dad on the Fullerton Funeral home website. He looks like a great guy and he reminds me of my Dad who was also a veteran. Your Dad truly was one one "the greatest generation". God bless.
Posted by Charlie Imbriani on
Bert was a good friend, a good co-worker, a good husband, father and family man. He was a good Catholic, and a good American, who served his country with honor and distinction as attested to by his many military awards and citations. Bert had a great sense of humor and was always a pleasure to be with. He will be missed dearly.

In my thoughts and prayers
Charlie & Larissa Imbriani
Posted by James Hua on
Dear Janet,
I am so sorry to hear about the passing for your father. please accept my heartfelt condolences. May God's peace be with you.
Posted by fred Hessenthaler on
I only once had the chance to meet this remarkable man. He leaves behind a wonderful family and friends. I thanks him also for his great sacrifice and service to this country. May you rest in piece knowing that you made a difference in this world.
Posted by Karen Gierie Newman on
One of God's best. You and Marge showed me what a truly loving family was. Thank you for having included me in so much of it and for being such an important part of my life.
Posted by Pat and Douglas Berardo o on
Dear Janet and Mrs.Wolf,
it is always a much sadder situation when a Good Person the likes of Mr. Wolf passes away.
As little as we had the opportunity to be with him we were fortunate for the pleasure of having done so.
We will always remember the "Big Lobo"
Love to the both of you,
Pat and Douglas Berardo
Posted by Nick & Barbara Manzella on
My most sincere & heartfelt condolence to the entire family of Bert Wolff. Bert & Marge will always be remembered by my family as kind & caring people. Bert's smile & humor were contagious. In the late 1950's he & my father recorded themselves singing songs & having a grand time while Marge thought he was out getting Christmas decorations. I owe an emotional debt to both Bert & Marge the I could never repay. They allowed me to become part of their family by becoming Janet's Godfather.

Rest In Peace & May God Love you as much as we do.
Posted by MaryAnne Cregg/Cesarski on
Dear Marge,
We send our condolences to you and your family. We Will miss him and his great sense of humor. Knowing him was a privilege.
Love MaryAnne and Tony
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