Maria Angeles Marino
August 2, 1932 – December 30, 2018
In loving memory of Maria-Angeles (Mimi) Marino. She will be remembered by her jovial nature and desire to be surrounded by her family and friends. She was loved by all and made others feel comfortable around her. She was a keeper moral Catholic beliefs, considering weekly mass a must. She was also as a fighter, and kept fighting, even as her health began to fail. She will be missed by many. Ms. Marino died Sunday, December 30, 2018 at her home in Marietta, Georgia at the age of 86. Predeceased by former husband Agostino (Gus) Marino Survived by five sons Raymon, David, Michael, Armand and Paul Marino, One daughter, Elaine Marino-Rodriguez, 14 grandchildren and her extended family in Spain, her homeland. A Christian Memorial Mass, will be held on Friday, January 11, 2018 at 11AM at St Ann’s Catholic Church, 4905 Roswell Road, Marietta, GA 30062. Reception will follow. Mass will be live streamed and viewable for 2 weeks at https://st-ann.org/watch-live In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to the American Stroke Association (www.stroke.org/donate). For proper acknowledgment, please include the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria Angeles Marino
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ramón de miguel
January 11, 2019
Siempre la recordaré, cuando llegaba a España y yo era pequeño era como una celebración.
Cuando tuvo que ayudar a mi familia, lo hizo.
Cuando yo ya era mayor, me acogió durante unos meses y siempre me trato como a un hijo más.
Era divertida e inquieta...no paraba cualquier plan era bueno para ella.
En estos momentos me siento cerca de mis primos y de sus hijos; un fuerte abrazo y besos para todos.
January 10, 2019
Mimi made me laugh like no one else. I loved spending time with her and always got a big kick out of things she would say to people. She did, of course, win the "I don't like it award" which was something she was very proud of. LOL. She spoke to me in Spanish half the time, and I'd often have to remind her, "English Mimi, No Habla Espanol". I used to love watching her interaction with her beloved dog Elmo (he understood Spanish fluently) Those two were inseparable and they both loved french fries! One of my fondest memories was when I took her to a salon and we both got our hair done. Afterward, I said, "Mimi aren't we gorgeous?" She simply replied without cracking a smile "Ok, if you say so" I just cracked up and took our selfie.
Mimi, I will miss you and all the fun we used to have. I want to thank you for raising such a wonderful son, your baby, Paul. I will forever be thankful to you for him.
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