OBITUARY

Marilyn Ann Iannaccone

August 19, 1942November 20, 2020

Marilyn Ann Iannaccone, born to the late Arthur and Jean Murray, August 19, 1942, in Jersey City, New Jersey, passed away November 20, 2020 in Roswell, Georgia

Marilyn spent her childhood in Old Bridge NJ, moved to Connecticut and graduated from Norwalk High school when she met Ron. They married a short time after, in 1962, while Ron, in the USAF, was home on leave. Married 58 years, Marilyn and Ron have created so many wonderful memories. They were blessed to have two loving daughters: Cheryl and Laura.

During her leisure, Marilyn loved to cook; Italian cuisine was her favorite. She also loved being outside, whether it was tennis, skiing, gardening or just enjoying nature and wildlife. Marilyn found enjoyment in the simple beauties in life. She will truly be missed by all that had the pleasure to know her. Always bearing a smile and a loving heart.

She is survived by her loving husband, Ron; sisters Jeanette Godo, Fairfield CT, and Arlene (Ed) Edquest, Culpepper VA; daughters Cheryl (Mitchell) Narrison and Laura Iannaccone; grandson, Leo Narrison; nieces, Noreen Rando and Jenny Saunders; nephews, William Godo and David Edquest and loving family and friends.

Memorial contributions, in lieu of flowers, may be made to Alzheimer’s Association at alz.org.

Services for Marilyn will be announced at a later date.

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Roswell Funeral Home & Green Lawn Cemetery and Mausoleum

November 25, 2020

The staff of Roswell Funeral Home and Green Lawn Cemetery would like to extend our most sincere condolence to the Iannaccone Family. We would like to thank you for entrusting the care of your love one into our hands. Please remember you are not alone and we will always be here for you.

Jeanette Godo

November 22, 2020

I was always so proud of my sister, Marilyn.
She was a great sister, who always watched out for me and helped me with whatever I needed help with. I could always depend on her.

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