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Theresa M. Marzullo

1950-2013 Mrs. Theresa M. Marzullo, 62, of 153 Velma Ave., passed away Saturday, October 26, 2013 at home after a courageous, three year battle with cancer. Born in Pittsfield on October 31, 1950, the daughter of Francis and Anne Sturgeon Rodrigues, she was a 1968 graduate of St. Joseph High School. Teri started work for General Electric in 1968, and later moved to GE in New York City and finally to GE in Westport, CT. She returned home in 1985 to attend MCLA where she received her bachelor's degree in Marketing in 1987. Mrs. Marzullo worked for Harte-Hanks Marketing Services Company as a program manager, working closely with GE Plastics, and later SABIC, for 15 years, finally retiring in December 2012. Teri enjoyed traveling with her husband Fred, visiting and spending quality time with family and friends. Among her favorite vacation spots were Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and Hilton Head, SC. She was a communicant of St. Mark Church. Teri leaves her husband, Fred Marzullo whom she married on July 14, 2006 in Stockbridge, MA. She is also survived by her two step children, Lisa Shoots and her husband David of Hollis, NH and Stephen Marzullo and his wife Nadine of Cumming, GA; two sisters, Kathleen Clancy and her husband Anthony of Westerly, RI and Ann Marie Mueller and her husband Arno of Dueren, Germany; four grandchildren, Cassie and Amanda Shoots and Emma and Katie Marzullo and two nieces, Sarah Clancy and Zoe Mueller. FUNERAL NOTICE: At Teri's request, all funeral services will be private. Burial will take place in Pittsfield Cemetery alongside her parents. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice Care in the Berkshires, care of the Dwyer Funeral Home, 776 North St., Pittsfield MA 01201, in her memory. Please visit www.dwyerfuneral.com to leave condolences and remembrances.


Published in The Berkshire Eagle on Oct. 31, 2013
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