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Colleen Marron

May 16, 1950February 19, 2021

Colleen Marron was born on May 16, 1950 and passed away on February 19, 2021 and is under the care of O. B. Davis Funeral Homes.

Donations in Colleen Marron's memory can be made to St. Baldrick's Foundation.

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Julie Dell’Aira

February 27, 2021

Dear Jim,
While we did not know Colleen, everyone at Great Strides are so sorry for your loss. If there is anything we can do, please let us know. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Julie and all of the instructors and volunteers

Bob Retundi

February 26, 2021

Dear Jim,

Claire and I were so sorry to hear of Colleen’s sudden passing. She’s been a good friend of ours for many years and we had so many fun times together. Not only was she a good friend but also a caring and compassionate person. Our hearts go out to you and we’re sending prayers and strength.

Bob & Claire

Marie Van Buren

February 26, 2021

Dear Jim,

Gene and I were so sad to hear of Colleen's passing. Our hearts and prayers go out to you. Even though I didn't know Colleen that well, every time I saw you together, I could tell you two were a wonderful match. I hope that all of the beautiful memories you shared together will bring you some comfort during this sad time.

With love and hugs,

Maria Schmidt

February 25, 2021

Dear Jim,

Words cannot describe how shocked and saddened we were to hear of Colleen's passing. We will always remember her smile and the soft easy way she had about her. Whenever I spoke with her she made me feel peaceful and not rushed. At our St. Patty's day celebrations everyone eagerly waited for you guys to come - we all looked forward to Colleen's delicious ruben sandwiches.
Our deepest condolences go out to you and the family. May loving memories bring you comfort in the days ahead.

Maria & Mike

Genevieve Bruhl

February 24, 2021

Dear Jim, I was so truly sorry to hear of the sudden passing of your beloved wife Colleen. I was in the Heart of LI chorus when I met
Coleen we eventually went into different choruses.
Coleen and my sister Joan Ryan worked together on many projects
for the chorus' costumes. Coleen was such a hard worker and was
loved by many. She was an asset to the chorus. Along with her
lovely voice and natural smile, she will be missed dearly by many.
I think you may have know my husband Bob Bruhl, he worked for
Grumman many years ago. My Bob passed 14yrs ago this month.
It is not easy, but time and prayer heals the soul. God Bless you Jim and all of you and Coleens' family.
All my sympathy
Genevieve Bruhl

Ray and Eileen Duffield

February 24, 2021

Dear Jim
Eileen and I are so sad to hear of Colleen’s passing. We remember many good times at our BNL get togethers. Our thoughts and prayers are with you
God bless

Sandra Coleman

February 23, 2021

I will miss you Colleen. You were an incredibly industrious and hardworking chorus member. I don’t know if there was any chorus job you didn’t at some point do other than Peg’s job as Chorus Director. You passed down the riser job to me and I worked with you and Joan on your committee making Chorus costumes. You last served as our treasurer right up to the end when God called you home. What a woman!

You sang so beautifully and I was privileged to sing next to you on the risers many times. You were always nice to everyone. Colleen had a good sense of humor and a little lopsided grin and chuckle with laughing eyes that was all her own. That’s how I will remember her.

My love and sympathy to Jim and family.
Sandy Coleman

Mary Ann Maggio

February 23, 2021

It's been a while since you retired, but when I heard of your wife's passing my heart went out to you. I remember you and your wife being such a team. I know you will find your way through your sorrow to find peace and solace.
My thoughts are with you,
Mary Ann Maggio
from Brookhaven

Kathy Ebner

February 22, 2021

The last time I talked to my sister we talked about gratitude. For the time we had with people we loved. For the things they left for us. For the memories we would cherish. Colleen was caring and compassionate, hard-working and honest, loving and kind. Just being able to talk with her carried me through some difficult times. I pray that her spirit is singing.

Don and Ann Entress

February 22, 2021

Dearest Jim
We are so sorry for your special loss of Colleen. Our memories will be happy ones. Hanging out at the boat and chats by the picnic table, exchanging books,sharing of your fresh garden vegetables and tiki happy hours. Please know our prayers are there for you and so are we. Love Don and Ann