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Caitlin A. Ingoglia
1985 ~ 2023 (age 38) 38 Years Old
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Caitlin Ann Hintze Ingoglia, 38, died on October 6, 2023.
Caitlin was born on August 30, 1985, to Denise and Barry Hintze, and grew up on Long Island with her brothers, Michael and Matthew.
Caitlin's deep love for children and her spirit of service led her to a career in education. For seven years, she was a second grade teacher at Our Lady's Catholic Academy, where she had a transformational impact on her students. Her gifts soon reached beyond the classroom, as she became a mentor to new teachers and part of the school's curriculum leadership team. Her kindness and willingness to help others made her classroom a safe place for both her students and her colleagues.
Her talents soon brought her to Fordham University, where she was one of only four educational leaders statewide entrusted with the distribution of CARES Act funding. For the duration of that program, Caitlin provided support to schools and districts across New York City and Long Island, making sure that all of the funds were used in the best interest of the students and families most impacted by the pandemic.
Following her time at Fordham, Caitlin worked for the West Hempstead District, where she was solely responsible for the establishment of a state-funded after-school program, building it from the ground up and ensuring that West Hempstead students received high quality enrichment activities at all grade levels.
Caitlin was a devoted friend to so many, and she was as fiercely dedicated to her friends as she was to her students. She was always there with a smile and a laugh in times of joy, and with an encouraging word in times of struggle.
Caitlin lived her life in service to others, and she was able to give so much of herself because of the unconditional love and protection that she received from her husband of seven years, Anthony Ingoglia. He was the love of her life and the reason for her happiness.
Caitlin loved her family so much – they were everything to her. She made every one of us feel so special. She always took pictures at every family event and stepped up to help anyone that needed her. She will be forever missed and we will forever hold her in our hearts.
Caitlin is survived by her husband, Anthony; her parents, Denise and Barry; her brother, Michael and his wife Raianna; and her brother, Matthew.