OBITUARY

Clarice M Marcantonio

February 23, 1935February 6, 2019
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Clarice McIntosh Marcantonio, 83, of Monarch, Wyoming passed away on Wednesday, February 6, 2019.

Born February 23,1935 in Monarch, Wyoming, she and her family moved to Sheridan, Wyoming in 1943. She was the daughter of the late Clarence and Mary McIntosh. Clarice graduated from Sheridan high School in 1953 and entered St. Luke’s School of Nursing in Denver September 1953. After graduating with her nursing degree in1956 she married Joseph F. Marcantonio in 1957. Clarice is survived by her husband Joseph of 62 years; their two sons Steve (Linda), John (Leslie) and their daughter Mary (Jennifer), as well as five grandchildren, Kenya, Aidan, Trey, Kalin, and Reed and 2 great grandchildren, Zeta and Zane , as well as her brother David McIntosh.

A vigil service will be held at 5pm Monday, February 11th at Howe Mortuary, 439 Coffman ST., Longmont, CO with the memorial mass being held at 11:00 am on Tuesday February 12th at The Gardens of St. Elizabeth, 2835 W. 32nd St. in Denver. Burial will immediately follow at Mountain View Cemetery, 3016 Kalmia Ave., Boulder, CO, 80301.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Sacred Heart House, 2844 Lawrence, St., Denver, CO, 80205 or Denver Hospice, 501 S. Cherry St., #700, Denver, CO, 80246.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, February 11, 2019
  • Rosary Prayers Monday, February 11, 2019
  • Reception Monday, February 11, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, February 12, 2019
  • Interment Tuesday, February 12, 2019
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Clarice M Marcantonio

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Jeanne Moreland Noland

February 10, 2019

I spent so much time with Clarice and her family when I was a child that I always thought of her as a "sister". She was only 2 years younger than myself. (Her mother was my sister and helped my parents to raise me.) My most precious memories are of the many holidays with the McIntosh family, either in Monarch or on the mountain at the sawmill and later at Clarice's home in Sheridan. I thought of her grandparents as my own grandparents, her cousins as my own cousins and her friends as my friends. She was my best friend then and remained one of my best friends for a lifetime. For many years now, distance has kept us from seeing each other very often, but that communication remained. Words cannot explain my love for her, my admiration, my appreciation, my inspiration. I thank her for being such a big part of my life. God bless her soul.

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