Aycock Funeral Home

1504 Southeast Floresta Drive, Port St. Lucie, FL


George John Marinelli Sr.

December 28, 1930February 12, 2020

George J Marinelli, Sr, 89, died February 12, 2020 at home in Port St Lucie with his partner Jo Anne, by his side. He was born in East Hartford, CT and lived in Enfield, CT before moving to Port St Lucie, FL. Family includes his late wife Anita Marinelli, his late son Glenn Marinelli (wife Angela) of Staatsburg, NY, daughter Lori Marinelli, of Hudson, NH and son George J Marinelli, Jr (wife Kimberly) of Wallingford, CT. His sister-in-law Gloria Wallace (husband Robert) of Fort Myers, FL, brother-in-law Armand Lefemine (wife Natalie) of Centerville, MA, and eight grandchildren; Stephanie Crockett, Kaitlyn Crockett, Paige Crockett, Ashley Marinelli, Lindsay Marinelli, Alex Marinelli, Meghan Marinelli-Nignan, and Joshua Marinelli. He was an avid sports fan, participating in sports throughout his life beginning in high school, senior olympics and senior softball and was a diehard New England Patriots fan. He enjoyed dancing, socializing with friends, cruising and was the life of any party.

A memorial mass will be held February 20, 2020 at 11:00 at St Bernadette Catholic Church 350 NW California Blvd., Port St Lucie, FL 34986 Reception to follow at Carrabas 1900 SW Fountain View Blvd., Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

A memorial service will then be held on Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 10:00am at St Mary Catholic Church 42 Spring Street Windsor, CT 06096. A graveside service to follow at St Mary Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105 -OR- the charity of your choice


2 May

Memorial Service

10:00 am

St Mary Catholic Church

42 Spring Street
Windsor, CT

2 May

Graveside Service

St Mary Cemetery


George John Marinelli Sr.

have a memory or condolence to add?

Mary & David Loper

February 19, 2020

I Met George approximately 7 years ago. I don't think he knew what to make of me and the same here. Eventually we grew inti each other and became friends. It was fun to banter with George over the dining room table play many hours of cards with him and debating politics. George had a kind heart for everyone and kind words to follow he spoke highly of everyone he met and he loved his family more than life in itself. You will be missed George by many especially your family and Joanne. It's going to take some adjustment not to see you at the house when I come down but thanking you for the many hours of fun and pleasure you gave me and the way you treated me like family. Rest in peace George