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Marie T. Barboni
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December 04, 2000
Nanny

we all love and miss you very much even though i didnt see you every day i wish i could have but i still wanted to see you and have you make me some pastina i always had fun with you and loved every second we spent toghether thank you nanny thank you for being there for me and loving and caring for me all those year

lara
November 07, 2000
AUNT MARY

In my mind and in my memory one word defines Mary. Gentle. Her fingers carefully untwined the rubber band from my ponytail. The hairbrush in her hand never pulled. Her humorous asides, delivered in her voice, I hear in my head as I write this, portrayed her strength of character. I had wanted to write to her in the last days of her illness but could not think of what to say to someone so dear so aware of death calling her home. I guess I love you would have been a good start. In reflecting joy for life was her special talent. The gift she gave freely to everyone she encountered.

Our family is spread from Massachusetts to Florida, a long strand of distant and closely arranged pearls. One of our pearls has slipped off, her luster remains to warm our memories. I am sorry for our family’s lost and grief. I hope each is consoled by one or many very personal moments touched by Mary’s indelible essence.
November 02, 2000
Even though she lived in florida i always found her at some of the more important celebrations that my family and i had.
She left us with some good memories some funny some sad but i will always remember her.
November 02, 2000
Marie you will be missed, but you will never be forgotten and you will always be loved. I'm glad I got to know you.

Love
Jeff
November 01, 2000
To Viki My Friend

I wish for you...
Comfort on difficult days,
Smiles when sadness intrudes,
Rainbows to follow the clouds,
Laughter to kiss your lips,
Sunsets to warm your heart,
Gentile hugs when spirits sag,
Friendships to brighten your being,
Beauty for your eyes to see,
Confidence for when you doubt,
Faith so that you can believe,
Courage to know yourself,
Patience to accept the truth,
And love to complete your life.
October 29, 2000
Dear Mom,

I went to the mailbox the other day and I recieved a birthday card from Mikey, And as I was going through the mail I thought how odd it was that I hadn't recieved a card from you yet. You're always the first one.

Later on that evening, I looked up to witness a magnificant sunset and I realized that was my present!

We all miss you here, but we know you are dancing, even though you don't have your shoes. But remember you can dance much better with your shoes off.

I found this little poem and it made me think of you!

When somebody dies, a cloud turns into an angel, and flies up to tell God to put another flower on a pillow.

A bird gives the message back to the world, and sings a silent prayer that makes the rain cry.

People disappear, but they never really go away.

The spirits up there put the sun to bed, wake up grass, and spin the earth in dizzy circles.

Sometimes you can see them dancing in a cloud during the day-time, when they're supposed to be sleeping. They paint the rainbows and also the sunsets and make waves splash and tug at the tide.

They toss shooting stars and listen to wishes.

And when they sing wind-songs, they whisper to us, don't miss me too much.

The view is nice and I'm doing just fine.

I love you, and think of you oft
October 24, 2000
Had the pleasure and the honor of meeting Viki's mother Marie a couple of years ago.

We had dinner and some good laughs.

I'm sure shes resting comfortably right now and may God bless her and her family.
October 22, 2000
She taught me one of the mysteries of life – What to do with an artichoke. May she find the peace in the next life that eluded her in this
October 16, 2000
I can't imagine what it's like to lose a mother, but I hope with the passing of time, that the pain of her loss will grow easier to bear and that the pain is replaced by the joy of loving memories.
October 13, 2000
We have come together to mourn the loss of Mary
A wife,
A daughter
A sister
A friend

Though she is no longer with us she leaves within all of us.
Her gift,
of generosity
of caring
of kindness
we will miss her dearly,
but remember her always with love.

"A SISTERS LOVE
IS BOUND BY HEARTSTRINGS"

October 10, 2000
My heart goes out to Vik, Brian and Lara. I know you can feel comfort now her pain has ended. But hold on to the love that never ends. Hold on to family and friends and your pain rises, lingers and also ends. Marge, Jennifer and I will hold you in our prayers.

October 10, 2000
I will always treasure my memories of Marie and extend my deepest condolences to her entire family.

October 10, 2000
I believe that the loss of a parent is top of the list in pain and heartbreak. I know. I also find that they are always in my thoughts, and in memory, they still teach me. They are alive in my Heart. Viki,Lara,Brian, my heart breaks for you,because it is still open to pain. Feel your pain, but don't close your hearts because of it. LOL

Dean(Antenna Man)Kartalas

October 10, 2000
I met Marie when my daughter Jasmine & Lara, Marie's grandaughter were 2 years old. Jasmine, Lara & Brian were always together; as Viki and I were never far apart from each other as our children have grown. Jasmine was a luckly little girl, because she got to have another grandmother. Marie had such a big heart, no one was ever denied her love. As I greive for Viki, Fran, Lara, Brian, & Mike ~ thier loss of a mother, grandmother, & wife ~ I also grieve for my daughter Jasmine and myself for having lost a kind beautiful person in all of our lives.

Laura G. McCann
October 09, 2000
Love you and miss you always in my heart
October 09, 2000
Death is the beginning of eternity.
Marie will be with her family and friends again. I know I am looking forward to seeing such A warm and compassionate being again.
My deepest sympathy to two wonderful daughters, Viki and Fran. Your efforts will be rewarded.
October 09, 2000
I had the pleasure to meet Marie Barboni only once at a 1999 large family gathering in Connecticut. Through her struggle, Marie rose to the occasion, joining her daughter Vicki Bissinger with her two beautiful grandchildren Brian and Laura to share in the family festivities with a low-key quiet grace and aplomb. Marie's struggle is over and she is now sharing her grace with God. May she rest in peace.
Sincerely,
Suzanne Vlamis
October 08, 2000
Memories keep the one you loved close to you in spirit and thought and always in your heart,today and forever.
October 07, 2000
I don't really know what I could say to express what I am feeling. Marie was a great person. I know she is with God now and at peace.
October 06, 2000
Happy are we met, happy have we been Happy may we part, and happy meet again..... Dear God get ready, you have a real dusy one comming your way.....
October 06, 2000
MAY THE ROAD RISE UP TO MEET YOU,MAY THE WIND BE ALWAYS AT YOUR BACK,MAY THE SUN SHINE UPON YOUR FACE AND THE RAINS FALL SOFT UPON YOUR FIELDS AND,UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN,MAY GOD HOLD YOU IN THE HOLLOW OF HIS HAND.

I did not no Marie for a very long time, but the time I did spend with her,was a very rewarding heartwarming experience. She was a very warm and caring person, always thinking of the next person. Good bye my friend I will miss you.
Fran McLoughlin
October 06, 2000
I have so many memories of growing up in Bergenfield,NJ with Vickie,Marie and Mike. I know Marie will find comfort in Heaven that was elusive to her here on Earth. She had a heart of gold and an iron will and love for her family.God Bless all of you.
October 06, 2000
Yesterday is just a memory,
Today is a Gift
Tomorrow is promised to no one

The loss of a loved one can make you realize just how precious our time here is.

In our day to day blur of life, we overlook the many gifts each new day has to offer.

My mother was able to overlook another persons looks, faults and weaknesses and love them unconditionally, for who they were on the inside, and not for what they looked like on the outside. And by doing this she met and accepted people from all walks of life. She was always there in their time of need with a cup of tea, a cigarette a warm smile and an open and sincere heart, ready to take on their problems although she had many of her own.

Her eyes were the windows to her soul. With just a look one knew immeditaly what she was thinking. She could communicate in an instant with her eyes, what would take hours to say with words.

No matter how much she suffered she bravely faced her fears and went on without complaining right to the end.

When she passed away she took a piece of all of us and hopefully for those of us that were listening she replaced our void with a little of herself may she live on in all of us.

May we see her beauty in each and every new day and remember this special person I call my mother. She will be forever in our hearts and memories.

I love you mom.
October 05, 2000
October 05, 2000
May peace and tranquility always be with you and your loved ones.
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