Montville Funeral Home of Church & Allen

53 Norwich New London Tpke, Uncasville, CT



March 9, 1929December 16, 2017

Job- Marcus P. Job 88 of Windham, formerly of Norwich, died Dec. 16, 2017. He was born in the Bronx NY son of the late Louis and Mary Job. He was employed as a submarine builder at General Dynamic until his retirement. He was a Veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He was a semi professional baseball player playing in the Washington Senators farm system, and pitched for many different teams in the Norwich area. He was a 1989 Norwich Hall of Fame Honoree having pitched for 21 years, 3 years professionally. He is survived by his brothers, Louis Job Jr. and his wife Delores of Florida, Alex Job and his wife Joan of Scotland Ct., and Victor Job and his wife Antoinette of Groton. He also leaves his sisters, Emelia Burger and her husband Robert of Marlborough, and Mary Luzzi and her husband John of Florida. Marcus also leaves a longtime friend, Jean Carboni of Franklin. Besides his parents he was predeceased by a brother Julius Job. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday Dec. 21, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. in St. Johns Church Uncasville. Burial will follow in St. Patricks Cemetery Uncasville. There are no calling hours. The Montville Funeral Home has charge of the arrangements. Please visit www.montvillefuneralhome.com to leave an online tribute or condolence.


  • Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, December 21, 2017



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Donna Anderson

December 27, 2017

Our sincerest condolences to Marcus's family. He was a very dear friend to my Mother, Lola Lane. So very sorry to learn of his passing.

dennis j riley

December 19, 2017

I extend condolences to Red's family...he was a solid guy in many ways and I enjoyed meeting him occasionally in past years...he was one of the pitching-Jobs in my younger days...I will add him to my prayer list...

Mary Lou Beckwith

December 19, 2017

Always enjoyed chatting with Marcus when meeting along the Lebanon Green and visiting with Jean and Marcus at various events. Always appreciated his kind words and friendly smile.

Elizabeth Hook

December 19, 2017

Marcus was good friends with my Aunt Jean and Uncle Joe. He became a part of our family through them for many years. He always had a smile and a hug for me whenever I saw him. He loved throwing the ball for my retriever Madison whenever he came to my house! He knew and loved a lot of people and would always see someone he knew at a restaurant. He knew any and it seemed all, local ball players and stories about them. An avid Red Sox fan to the end! RIP Marcus, you will be greatly missed.

Linda Pinkerton

December 19, 2017

Uncle Marcus will be missed. He always had a big smile and a story to tell. My boys will always remember him taking them to a Minnesota Twins game in Tampa and they got to be bat boys for the day. He was a fun loving guy. RIP