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D'Elia Funeral Home

Route 70 & Vermont Avenue, Lakewood, NJ

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Carole Marzarella

27 janvier 193514 juin 2020
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Carole Russo Marzarella of Lakewood, NJ, passed away peacefully on Sunday June 14th 2020 surrounded by her family.

Carole was born on January 27th 1935 in Asbury Park; the daughter of the late John & Filomena Russo.

As a young adult Carole worked for Bell Telephone and in 1982 she began working for the family business, All County Enterprises, until she retired in 2005

Carole enjoyed wintering in Florida , day trips to Atlantic City where blackjack was her game of choice, teaching ceramics in her studio, crocheting, painting, dirty martinis, cheating in Rummy 500 at family dinners, golf, and Friday night dinners at Eagle Ridge.

Wife of the late Raymond Marzarella Sr, Sister of the late John Russo, Joe Russo, Cecilia Sestito, Anthony Russo, Anna Martone, and great grandmother of the late Natalie Rae Marzarella, Carole is survived by her four sons, Samuel J. of Belmar, Raymond Jr. and his wife Dawn of Lakewood, Vincent and his wife Barbara of Toms River, Gerald of Brick; her five grandchildren, Kristin, Raymond and his wife Joan, Matthew, Alexandra and her fiancé Chris, Samantha, a step-granddaughter, Brittany Engesser and her fiancé Justin, her sister Theresa Freda and her caretaker Francis and his family, who she came to consider her extended family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to POAC (Parents of Autistic Children), 1989 Route 88 Brick NJ 08724 or by visiting www.poac.net

Due to Covid 19 regulations the service will be private. There will be a memorial service at a later date.

Services

  • Graveside

    jeudi, 18 juin , 2020

Souvenirs

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Anthony CIoffi

juin 17, 2020

My Aunt Carol. You will be greatly missed, You have a very special place in my heart. Although I moved away six years ago you were always on my mind. Whether it was just a phone call or when I came back to New Jersey to visit you and uncle Ray. It was always very special living next-door to you growing up in Bricktown. All of our Christmas Eve dinners with all of our families. Special times with me and you were taking art classes together for painting. You will always be in our hearts and greatly missed. May God watch over you and you rest in peace . I will always love you and never forget you .

Eric & Eugenia Lawson

juin 17, 2020

Carole or Mima as she was lovingly called by her dear family, was part of our Friday night landscape at Eagle Ridge. She was witty and loved to be part of our group’s loving exchanges. She made the corkscrew game look easy with her one and done. We’ll surely miss you, Carole. Thank you for welcoming us into your family.

Angela Russomano

juin 17, 2020

I love you Aunt Carol you will be missed I'll never forget the memories we shared through the years you always made me laugh you are always a wonderful aunt and caring in so many ways rest in peace I love you and you will always be in my heart may God take good care of you in your new life

Liz Dalesandro

juin 17, 2020

Christmas eve Sunday picnics when we were young at windward Beach babysitting for the boys who were not much younger then me cousins picnic golf outings you were my God mother for conformation thats why I took your name as my middle an doing your hair which we both had a lot of laughs and the friendship you an my mom had just so many memories I'm grateful for will love an miss you 😘

Eileen Russo

juin 16, 2020

When I was 5 years old, I was the flower girl at Aunt Carole and Uncle Ray's wedding. I remember thinking she was the most beautiful bride I had ever seen. She was beautiful inside and out and will be greatly missed by all the family.
Eileen Russo Shultz

Kristin Marzarella

juin 16, 2020

Mima, my earliest memory was running around your ceramics studio as a kid. I always thought it was the coolest place.
I also want to thank you for always being my victim on my experimental dinners every Monday night & And also for teaching me how to shamelessly cheat at Rummy 500. We have always had a lot of fun together. I will miss you and our dinners. Hope you are enjoying all the dirty martinis in heaven.
-Love Kritter

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