OBITUARY

Marguerite D. Grillo

June 14, 1952January 9, 2021
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Marguerite Grillo, age 68, of Astoria, Queens passed away on Saturday, January 9th, 2021. Marguerite was born on June 14th, 1952 in Astoria, NY. She is survived by her husband Gary, her son Michael, her daughter Kristen, her brother Richie, and her sister Lori.

Marguerite was preceded in death by her sister Theresa and her brother Michael.

A visitation for Marguerite will be held Wednesday, January 13th, 2021 from 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM and from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Boyd Spencer Funeral Home, located at 448 West Main Street, Babylon, NY 11702. A funeral mass will occur on Thursday, January 14th, 2021 at 12:00 PM at St Joseph's RC Church located at 39 North Carll Ave, Babylon, New York 11702. An interment will occur Thursday, January 14th, 2021 at 1:30 PM at St. Charles Cemetery, located at 2010 Wellwood Ave, Farmingdale, New York 11735.

Virtual viewing of the Mass can be viewed at this website: stjosephsbabylon.org/funeral

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.Boyd-Spencer.com for the Grillo family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

  • Interment

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

Memories

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Mike Koretski

January 18, 2021

Marg ,
Where do we go from here, you always wanted to please no matter who was around to make them feel happy and well fed. You were easy going and always wanted to pay for everybody's meal no matter what restaurant we went to.You always called on birthdays and anniversaries just to let us know we were in your thoughts . I'm going to miss you calling on those special days throughout the years and those conversations we had. You were the one I thought would out live us all. But God had his reasons , you will always in my prays and God Bless You.

Love your bother-in law Mike

Denise Dunleavy

January 15, 2021

To my beautiful cousin u will always be remembered from the days we spent as kids on Long Island at nan an gramps with all the aunts an uncles we had the pool Aunt Flo would put her feet in aunt joe would crochet n the music my gramps ur uncle
Mike played with his crazy sense of humor all the aunts would laugh u were a beautiful soul funny an fun tar beach in Astoria May u Rest In Peace with love an memories to last a lifetime until we meet again so long not good bye xox

John Lenihan

January 14, 2021

Our deepest condolences. Marguerite was a beautiful person.I am sure her and my Mother have a lot of catching up to do.May GOD bless you.
Love Always.John & Anna Lenihan &family

Brittany Micheline

January 14, 2021

Marguerite,

I’m thankful to have known a woman as strong, loving, and warm as you. Not only did you always welcome me into your home, but you made me feel comfortable and always showed love. You loved talking about recipes and we’d share favorites. I remember how happy you were with the lasagna with the bechemel and told me all about it! We’d make plans to go shopping together, another shared interest of ours. You were one of a kind - and I will always have fond memories of our time spent together. I’m grateful to have known you. Rest easy.

Brittany

Linda Casella

January 13, 2021

Cousin Marguerite, I remember when I was a little girl being in awe of your beauty. But your outer beauty was only surpassed by your inner beauty. Your heart. Your kindness. Your understanding. Your compassion for others. You have left behind a legacy of love that will always be remembered. Rest easy now. I’m certain that my mother (your phone pal) and our entire family were there to welcome you home and I know that you will join them in watching over all of us until we meet again. Never goodbye, only so long. With our love and deepest sympathy, Cousins Linda and Steven xo

Nicholas Koretski

January 13, 2021

Aunt Marguerite;

I miss you so much. I always appreciated our call these past years, it was a moment that brightened up my day, more than you know. There are so many childhood memories with you that will never be forgotten. There is not a moment that will cross my mind when I think of you that will not put a smile on my face.

I know you are in a better place now and may you rest in peace.

You will always be remembered.

Love,

Nicholas

Brianna Koretski

January 13, 2021

Aunt Marguerite;

Hearing of your passing was devastating to me. I prayed often that you would recover and we would have new memories together.

I remember in my younger years visiting you and playing with the dogs and how you always wanted to feed me! You were such a loving person and I will miss you dearly.

I bet you had all our family that has gone before waiting for you at Heavens door. Go rest Aunt Marg, you earned it.

Love you with all my heart,

Brianna

Chris Koretski

January 12, 2021

To Aunt Marguerite,

Although we did not get to spend a lot of time together due to our locations. I will forever cherish the happy moments that we have spent. We will miss you and the ones that we have lost in the past. I love you Aunt Marg, may you Rest In Peace.

Love,
Christopher

Lori Koretski

January 12, 2021

My Beautiful Sister,

This is one of my favorite pictures of you taken on your honeymoon. All these years later, I still laugh as I’m reminded of how I begged you to take me with you to Bermuda!

What I wouldn’t give for another day, another moment in time, but most importantly another phone call just to hear your voice. Oh, how I will miss your birthday messages!

I have so many regrets of the miles between us which kept us from spending more time together, but I will cherish the moments we did share. You will forever be imbedded in my heart, in every Carpenters and Johnny Mathis song and when I hear the word “Awe”.....You had the most compassionate heart and during our discussions would always say”Awe, that was so nice, or “Awe, poor thing” when feeling bad if someone was ill. In just that one word, your heart spoke volumes.

You fought so hard and for so long, we were your biggest cheerleaders, but God knew you were tired. You are finally at peace Marg and although I’m heartbroken——your suffering is over which is why I will choose to remember you as in this photo, happy and healthy.

It is not goodbye but so long for now,

With All My Love,

Lori

Barbara Thompson

January 12, 2021

My beautiful cousin Margie (you always loved when I called you that).

We grew up together in a great family that we would always reminisce about. We have so many special memories together that are unforgettable. I know you loved the time we drove to Florida and my mom ordered breakfast with an accent and my father got mad at her. Going to Maine with cousins Carol and Johnny in a hurricane and even though the power went out we still had parties in our rooms. We shopped together, cooked together, laughed and sang. You are so special to me. You are the sweetest, kindest and most beautiful person both inside and out and I will never forget you. Say hello to our great family and I will see you again. This is not goodbye it is just so long for now. You struggled enough now it is time to rest peacefully.
We Will Always Love You.
Barbara, JR, Rusty and Blake

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