Marcia Cammarata

September 23, 1943May 6, 2021
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I am deeply saddened on behalf of the Cammarata family to inform you about the passing of our beloved wife, mother, and friend, Marcia Constance Cammarata. While this is a difficult and unexpected time for us all, we take comfort that in her last moments that she fought to the very end.

At the same time, we are cherished to look back on her 77 years at the impact she had on all of our loved ones.

A wonderful person who would do anything for anyone and who was the shining light who guided the Cammaratas—and all of us as individuals.

But knowing her as you all did, we as a family know that she wouldn’t want us sitting around grieving but rather celebrating the wonderful life she led and thus, we will never forget Marcia Constance Cammarata.

A Celebration of Life will be on Saturday, June 26th, 2021 at Aycock Riverside Funeral Home from 11am to 2pm, with services to follow at 2pm.

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26 June

Celebration of Life

11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center

1112 Military Trail
Jupiter, FL 33458


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Ruth Youngquist

May 10, 2021

Marcia was a wonderful friend. The girls and I were so saddened to hear of her passing. I fondly remember the fun times we had with our families. We enjoyed sailing and swimming on Long Island Sound. Marcia and I shared many happy times car pooling our kids to EastWoods School in Oyster Bay. The lunches and dinners we enjoyed together. Marcia and I would always work on school fairs together. She was a wonderful artist . I enjoyed keeping in touch with her by phone after the Cammarata’s moved to Florida. We enjoyed talking about our families and updating each other on what was happening. Marcia you will be missed by the Youngquist Family.
Bernie, Rich, and Michael we send our deepest condolences. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers .

Love, Ruth Youngquist

Caleb Sadler

May 8, 2021

Dear the Cammarata Family,
My deepest condolences for your loss.
Over the last few years that I have gotten to know Marcia I have had the privilege to spend time her and come to know the kind and caring soul that she was. Marcia would always try to help me out with everything and anything that she could to make me feel comfortable and at home in the US. While I was not family she made me feel like I was.
She will be missed dearly and I would like to send my best wishes to the rest of the family in this difficult time.

Rebecca Kremer

May 8, 2021

Dear Bernie and Sons, Rich and I are so sad for the loss of your much loved wife and mother. Marcia was a unique person, with such an interesting and full life that we all enjoyed hearing about when we shared our backgrounds at our neighborhood driveway meetings. I will always treasure her book Personality Predictors that she signed for me some years back. She loved you all so much, you were her most treasured possessions. Marcia will be missed, and we are sorry this past year deprived many from enjoying her presence...but her presence will always be felt by those who loved her. God Bless the Cammarata Family at his sad time. Love, Rich and Becky

Michael Murphy

May 8, 2021

Never forget you . so much fun hanging out at Rondas and Ricks house. You are missed. Way above are your time loved talking to you About live. Wish I could get more advise from you. Bernie I wish I could give you words to help you though this but words won't help . I have been there . I can only give you prayers. Stay well my friend.

Sean Murphy

May 8, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss.
Your mother helped create an amazing young man. She must have been very proud of you.

Ronda Jenkins

May 8, 2021

I am so grateful to have shared so many years with you as our neighbor and a friend. I will always treasure our driveway dweller times. So many nights spent cussing and discussing just about every topic one can imagine. Heaven has gained a beautiful and amazingly smart angel. I have no doubt you will always be looking down over Burney and the boys along with sending signs that you are there and watching to help keep them in line. They will always be your everything. Enjoy all the tapioca pudding you want. No calories in heaven. Keep smiling pretty lady. You will be missed but always included and remembered. Hugs and love, Ronda xoxo

Debbie Rolf

May 7, 2021

To my dear friend and mentor, you made the world easier to navigate and I will forever miss you. - Debbie Rolf

Christie Chenoweth

May 7, 2021

I am so deeply saddened by your loss. Mrs Cammarata was always there through the path in our back yard and always provided a stable home for me to go to when things weren’t great at my own. She treated me like the daughter she never had. Loved by so many she was. When my mother passed, she always reminded me of the beautiful memories she had of that time in our lives and how wonderful my mother was. Rich and Mike...I feel your pain so much and can only say it will get better with time. I hope for the 3 of you to stick together and remember all the great times. Mr Cammarata you were also like a father to me. Helping make me the athlete I became pitching to us in your yard. I love you all and my heart is so heavy. Stay well....

Arrash Ahmadnia

May 7, 2021

A great person is one that inspires others and brings out the best in them. For a mother to be the driving force in the paths and success in their children is accomplishment enough. But for a woman to inspire others to see and believe in themselves is truly remarkable.

Marcia Cammarata, you were the driving force in where I am today. I will never forget the conversation we had at the dining table in Laguna Beach. At that time, I was a dental student and was looking forward to graduating and working alongside my mother.

But I guess you had other visions for me. You sat down and told me that I was a businessman, and that dentistry wasn’t what I was meant for... it was the BUSINESS of dentistry that I needed to pursue.

That one little talk set me on the path I am today. I owe all of it to you. I will forever be grateful to your wisdom, encouragement, and faith in myself and my abilities.

I hope you rest well knowing the positive influences you had in those around you. Rich Cammarata, Michael T Cammarata and Bernie were truly blessed to have you along their side. The scope of your influence on the lives of them, and others, is probably immeasurable.

Thank you for all that you have done. I know you will remain an inspiration to me. I hope I make you proud.

To my second mother, Rest In Peace ❤️

Michael Cammarata

May 7, 2021

No words can put into perspective the situation we face beyond me telling you how much I love you.

As I’ve grown into the man I am today, I look back upon our lives and it’s abundantly clear that not only have you been my best friend, but a protector, teacher, mentor and guiding light in life.

You believed in me when no one else did.

When I was told I was not capable of doing something, you inspired me to do it.

You inspired me to break down the barriers.

I’ll never forget the day when a teacher told me that I wouldn’t be successful — or amount to anything. It broke my confidence. But you restored it.

You gave me hope when I needed it, faith when I lost it, and the comfort that only someone of your kind could deliver.

Today, I’m living a dream made possible only because you are my mother. That is the greatest gift anyone could ever receive in the world.

Today, as we face this moment, I can’t fathom to think that you won’t be alongside me. I understand, however, that some things are out of our control.

I promise you one thing: I’ll continue to make you proud in all that I do. Please know that every time I face a challenge, I will recount what you taught me. That will forever keep us connected.

Your son with love always.
Michael Taylor Cammarata.