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Nancy Theresa Marino
5 janvier 1930 – 14 mai 2020
Nancy Marino, 90, of Spring Hill, passed away the night of May 14th at home in the company of her daughter, son and daughter-in-law. Nancy was the loving Mom of Diane Marino, Louie Marino (Dianne), Charlie Marino (Donna), Anthony Pastore, Joe Pastore (Robin), Debbie Kelly (Steve) and Terri Ann Pastore. She had numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Nancy was a working Mom and held various executive secretary positions. But her greatest love and joy was her family. She was a proud and independent woman who instilled a strong work ethic in all of her family. But she also instilled a sense of love, generosity and kindness in all who knew her. Though we know she’s in a better place and at peace, she has left a deep hole in our lives and will be forever missed. Limited visitation service according to CDC guidelines will be Thursday, May 28th from 4 to 6 pm at Turner Funeral Homes on Spring Hill Drive. Graveside service will be held on Friday May 29th at 11:00 am at Florida Hills Memorial Gardens.
jeudi, 28 mai , 2020
vendredi, 29 mai , 2020
Nancy Theresa Marino
22 mai , 2020
In July 2007, our Aunt Nancy came to visit
her brother Joe and his wife, Veronica on Long Island, NY. During this visit
Nancy's niece Suzanne and her hubby Doug drove with Aunt Nancy into New York City, and experienced a "whirlwind tour" of her old neighborhood places, including: Lincoln Center, a bookstore where her house once stood, an old church next to her former house, Central Park, and other city sights.
Aunt Nancy had 20 years on Suzanne and Doug, and was still bringing them to her favorite spots. They were ready to rest. And even Nancy took a break at last, at Central Park.
This memory makes us smile because it helps us to remember the goodness, the high energy , and the specialness of this Greatest Generation woman ....
All our love to you dear Aunt Nancy, now back with your siblings and parents in Heaven...
Suzanne and Doug Ernst, Huntington, NY
21 mai , 2020
As being younger than my siblings I can only recall the stories told by my mom (Nancy’s sister in law ) they were fondly thoughts
I only wish I could have connected with my aunt
I know it is hard to loose someone especially a family member who is loved by so many
Prayers and thoughts for you aunt Nancy