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1953 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Gregory Marzullo Obituary
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April 26, 2018
Greg and I grew up as close friends in the Poughkeepsie area. He and his family had moved into the Arlington neighborhood on Dublin Lane after living in NYC. After school, we would head out to the Wappingers creek to hunt, fish and trap...yup Greg was being newly exposed to the country life that he always wanted and cherished. He was a calm, quiet and very deep friend with whom I could always be real with. Even when he and his family moved to the city of Poughkeepsie, I would find a way to get there to visit with him and his mom and sometimes his sisters. His love of music was growing at this point and often when I did visit, he would play his electric guitar....trying to get those chords just perfect. There were so many things that I remember about this friend, but probably what I cherish most was the memory of when I came out of the army with nothing but a wife and child...no job, it was Greg who walked out to his garage in Poughkeepsie and built, in a matter of a couple of hours, a table from construction wood so that my family had a place to sit and eat. It was a developing passion that blossomed.
I'm sorry that I only just learned of his passing...adios good friend...we'll meet again

Rick Ketcham