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October 26, 2017
How do I find the words to express how we shared our lives together and compress it into a few words?

Our falling in love days were magical! We achieved everything we wanted. All throughout the years your anniversary cards almost always read, "Don't worry Babe, we will do it all!".

And he was right until that curve ball hit us hard. I cannot express how strong my husband was during his battle with the most devastating disease that exists. We had a good five years while Billy was being unbelievably optimistic and accepting. He never complained, lost his temper or showed defeat. He still thought he could out run us and he did. He was the true definition of a warrior.

Through our married years Bill and I remained in love through the thick and thin. We felt so fortunate to always have that. There was nothing better than our Sundays all together. Started with Dad going to early mass, me cooking our traditional and favorite meal, macaroni with gravy, while Bill would be doing lawn work and coming in for a football game and 2-3 meatballs and a beer. Finishing the day eating together and listening to Dean Martin and Mob Hits.

Our weeks were spent going to practices for the kids, weekends filled with the best entertainment of our lives while watching our kids out on the field, on stage or on the mats. Our precious children, Michaela and Billy were our shining stars through this 15 year span. The friends we met and shared so much with through sports and our community became priceless to us.

All of our family holidays and gatherings were so full of love and joy. And our family vacations were by far the highlights of our lives!

Working hard together to achieve all of this is our Love Story that ended way too quickly. But I am so thankful to have had this life with my husband. He will always be my King while we take him everywhere we go.

You will always be the Love of my Life!!! Please watch over us...

Love ya Always, Babe xoxoxoxoxoxo
October 26, 2017
William Edward Magrino Jr. was a man who's name I will be and always have been proud to share. He was not only the most caring, loving and supporting father, but also my best friend. My father was the one person in the whole world I could ever go to with any problem, question, or just to sit down and talk with. I'm my eyes, there was nothing that he couldn't do or solve, even when his health started to diminish I still knew that I could go to him for anything.
I remember one restless night of my senior year in high school where I had absolutely no luck at falling asleep and at around 3:00 in morning I went into his room to see that he was awake as well. I sat down next him in bed and we started a conversation about god knows what. We talked that night until the sun came up and didn't even realize how long we had been sitting there. That was the relationship my father and I had. There were no boundaries between us, and nothing we couldn't say to each other, and no matter the situation we were always able share a laugh together.
I remember when I was a child there was one night when I couldn't sleep because of a head ache. I went to my father and asked him what to do, and he laid in bed with me, holding my head, and waited for me to fall asleep. My father was caring not only to me and our family, but to everyone he knew. There was nothing he wouldn't do for the people he cared about, and especially after he got sick, he appreciated the well being of everyone around him. I always knew that if I was anywhere at any time and I ever needed anything he would be there as fast as could be. That was who he was, always and for anyone.
Not only was he always there for people, but he had an incredible work ethic. I always felt that whatever task I took on had to have been done perfectly, because thats the way dad would have done it. My father taught my sister and me almost everything we know and tried his best to teach us the ins and outs of the world. His wisdom had no lengths and sitting here now I wonder about the remaining wisdom he could have bestowed onto us still.
I remember the day my mother and father sat my sister and me down, and told us that our dad, our best friend, was diagnosed with ALS. We knew for awhile what ALS was, what it did, and that it was a possibility. I was only around 12 years old and I never took it into account that my father, the strongest man alive could be ill with a diseas like that. Immediately after hearing this news I went to my room, closed the door and cried my eyes out. Over the years I watched my father grow even more sick, and still I could never fully grasp the idea that the man I always saw as bigger than life could be going through so much pain. But he persevered. I know for a fact that having ALS did not make my father weaker. It made him stronger. I thought seeing him lift weights, or fix things around the house made him look strong when I was young, but now I have seen the true strenghth my father possessed. He possessed strength in will. Strength in mind. And for that I will always respect him more than any man I will ever meet.
I miss and think about him everyday, but that only reminds me how much of an impact he had on my life. It only reminds me of how much he loved and cared for myself and our whole family. Dad, you have no idea how deeply you will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure to know you.

Rest easy brother, I love you.
October 25, 2017
I am very glad that I got the chance to meet and get to know Mr. Magrino. He was always welcoming and in high spirits when I saw him. In the time that I got to know him it was very evident that he cared immensely for his family and got such enjoyment having them around. He was a very proud man and commanded respect. Mr. Magrino was the epitome of what a man should be. Kind, loving and wise. He will be forever missed by all who knew him.
October 25, 2017
How do I compress, express and find the words to share my life with you?

Our falling in love days were magical! We achieved everything we wanted. All throughout the years your anniversary cards most always read, "don't worry babe we will do it all!". And he was right until that curve ball hit us hard. I cannot express how strong my husband was during his battle of the most devastating disease that exists. We had a good four years while Billy was being unbelievably optimistic, excepting, never complained, lost his temper or showed defeat. He still thought he could out run us and he did He was the true definition of a warrior.

Through our married years Bill and I remained in love through the thick and thin. We always felt so fortunate to always have that. There was nothing better then our Sundays all together. Started with Dad going to early mass, me cooking our traditional and favorite meal, gravy and macaroni...while Bill would be doing lawn work and coming in for a football game and 2-3 meatballs and a beer. And finishing the day eating together and listening to Dean Martin and Mob Hits.

Our weeks were spent going to practices for the kids, weekends filled with the best entertainment of our lives while watching our kids out on the field, or on stage or on the mats. Our precious children Michaela and Billy were our shining stars through this 15 year span. The friends we met and shared so much with through sports and our community became priceless to us.

All our family holidays and gatherings were so full of love and joy. And our family vacations by far were the highlights of our lives?

Working hard together to achieve all of this is our Love Story that ended way too quick. But I am so thankful to have had this life with my husband. He will always be my King while we will take him everywhere we go.

You will always be the Love of my Life!!! Please watch over us...

Love ya Always, Babe xoxoxoxoxoxo