Marilyn-Reuter-Obituary

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Marilyn Reuter

Staten Island, New York

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May 3, 2021
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Staten Island, New York

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A. Azzara Funeral Home - Staten Island Obituary

Marilyn C. Reuter (nee Hague), 74, passed away on May 3, 2021 at Staten Island University Hospital North. Born in Brooklyn, Marilyn moved with her family to the Oceanbreeze section of Staten Island when she was a young girl and settled in South Beach in 1977. She graduated New Dorp High School and began working for DiMarzio Inc., a guitar electronic pick-up and accessory company located on Richmond Terrace. During her career at DiMarzio, Marilyn met many famous Rock musicians, including members of The Beatles. She also worked for many years as a Laboratory manager at Island Diagnostics, retiring in 2007.


Marilyn enjoyed travelling and cruises. Among her many trips, she truly loved destinations such as Aruba, Bermuda, The Bahamas and Europe. She also enjoyed trips down the New Jersey Shore especially Lavalette, where she and her family went crabbing for Blue Claws. Marilyn was a shop-a-holic who looked forward to Black Friday sales and flea-market treasures.


"Her grandchildren were her life," said Marilyn's family. "She was always ready for a road trip and led an active and full life. She was an inspiration and will be missed by everyone."


Mrs. Marilyn C. Reuter was the beloved mother of Richard Reuter and his wife, Laura and Mark Reuter and his wife, Nannette. She was the loving and adored grandmother of Katelyn, Jaime and Damian. She was also the dearest sister of Carol DeGaray, Janet Hague and the late William and Jeffrey Hague.


A. Azzara Funeral Home, 183 Sand Lane, SI, NY 10305 has been entrusted with Mrs. Reuter's funeral arrangements which include visiting at the funeral home on Wednesday from 4pm to 8pm. Funeral mass will be at Holy Rosary Church on Thursday morning at 10:30am. Interment follows at Moravian Cemetery.


Face masks and social distancing rules apply at the funeral home, church and cemetery. Thank you !

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