Patricia D. Marino

March 19, 1941January 12, 2021
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Patricia D. (Caliri) Marino, age 79, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, January 12, 2021, at her home, with her loving family by her side. She was the beloved wife of the late Bernard Marino.

Born in Lynn, MA on March 19, 1941, she was a daughter of the late Edmund and Dorothy (Connors) Caliri. She then went on to work at Dori Shoe Factory as a line worker in Lynn for many years.

In her free time, Patricia loved gambling and playing bingo. She also loved taking trips with her friends and family, especially to Maine. Above all else though, Patricia loved her family, friends, and community. She touched the hearts of so many people in unimaginable ways, and was always willing to lend a hand to those in need. The positive impact she made on the lives of those around her will always live on.

Surviving Patricia are her children, Mark Marino and his wife Tracy of Lynn, Dori Ann McNulty her husband Frank of Danvers, Darlene Marino and her fiancé Marty Muser of Nahant, and the late Michael Anthony Marino; her grandchildren, Francis J. McNulty, III, Kevin M. McNulty, Christopher Voyiagis, Taylor Marino, Anthony Marino, Olivia Passallcqua, Julia Muser; her great grandchildren Makenzie, Kevin, Ryan and one beloved bundle (Charlotte) on the way, as well as many other dear nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

She was the dear sister of the late Roy Richards, Edmund Caliri, and Martha Foster.

Arrangements: Friends and family are invited to call at the Cuffe-McGinn Funeral Home, 157 Maple St., Lynn, on Wednesday, January 20th from 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Her Funeral Service will be held at the Funeral Home immediately following visiting hours. Burial will follow in Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn. To leave an online message or condolence, please visit


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January 18, 2021



Ed & Marj Macarelli

January 15, 2021

We are so sorry for the loss of this wonderful woman and share in your sadness.

We have so many fond (and funny) memories of Pat . Pat was always so kind and thoughtful. There was never a time that she didn't ask me how my family was doing even when she was not feeling well herself. She always put others first; especially her beloved children & grandchildren.

It is always hard to say goodbye to a loved one but it is especially hard to say goodbye to a mother.

We hope the precious memories you carry in your heart will help you through this challenging time.

Ed & Marj Macarelli

Gina (Marino) Sterrett

January 14, 2021

The one thing I never liked about my dad being in the Air Force was that we did not get to share our lives with our loved ones. I do remember aunt Pat and how she made me feel welcomed when I saw her. As a little girl I felt lucky to be related to her. As an adult I wish we had spent time together. I do know you and uncle Bernie raised some awesome people! We can visit when I get there. ❤️❤️

Olivia Passalacqua

January 14, 2021

The one thing that will never leave my memory is the joy my nana had for seeing her family. No matter how old I have gotten throughout the years, we would always sing her famous ginger ale song.
We will miss you but never forget you Nan❤️

Lorraine Hudson

January 13, 2021

Secretly rooting for you at Bingo! I will always miss you and love you !

Lorraine from activities