Memories of daughter's death still vivid
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After all these years, Connie Napoli still feels the searing pain of losing her daughter.
"It doesn't get better. It does not go away," Napoli, 68, said in a recent interview at her Lynbrook home. "The memories are just as vivid now as they were back then."
"Back then" was Nov. 10, 1984, the last day Napoli saw her 16-year-old daughter, Theresa Fusco, as she walked out of their Lynbrook...