Audrey Dolores Wetzel, 94, left us July 28, 2020. She left as gently as waves coming into shore but simply never returning . She leaves five children; Kathleen, Michael, Eileen, Patrick and Danny, wondering how can life be as complete without their strong willed, funny, energetic, social butterfly, who gave us all our zest for life. Audrey also adored her daughters in law as if they were her own; beloved Seana, Margie, Corrine & Cathleen. She trusted and loved her sons in law, Tom and Phil. Audrey will be deeply missed by all her beautiful grandchildren; Andrew, Marissa, Noel, Nicholas, Brianna, Heather, Colin, and Conor, she cherished each one in a special way. Aud was also so proud of her great grands; Kaia, Eddie, Harris, Bruce, Vincent, and Roman. Audrey wore a million hats, Mater, Grammy, Mom, Daughter, Wife, Sister-In-law, Godmother and Aunt. She was a Nurse, Deacon's Wife, Auction Director, CCD director, beach party director, Yankee fan, member of Club, and a dear friend to many. She directed the Bereavement Group in St Martins Church for many years. In reference to this my father lovingly called her his Angel of Death. Mother was Irish and loved a good funeral. Thru the years Audrey walked the beaches of her beloved New Suffolk, then continued to walk the halls of Peconic Landing. She greeted everyone with a big smile, whether she knew your name or not. She had a "big life" as she would say and she savored every last crumb. We learned from the best. Thank you Mater. We will miss you forever.A Funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday, August 1, 2020 at 10:15 am in St.Martin of Tours RC Church, Amityville by Father Peter Garry and Monsignor John Cervini. Interment will follow in the Cemetery of the Holy Rood, Westbury. The family has suggested memorial contributions to St. Martin of Tours Parish Outreach, 37 Union Ave., Amityville, NY 11701 or Island Harvest, 40 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge, NY 11788. Please note if you are able to attend Audrey's funeral mass, face coverings must be worn in church and social distancing rules must be followed as outlined in the COVID 19 directives issued by New York State.