Nicholas-Marino-Obituary

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Nicholas Marino

Staten Island, New York

Dec 18, 1938 – Sep 24, 2017

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BORN
December 18, 1938
DIED
September 24, 2017
LOCATION
Staten Island, New York

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Casey Funeral Home Obituary

Nicholas L. Marino, age 78 passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family on September 24, 2017. He was born in Brooklyn, New York to Leonard Marino and Helen (Proto) Marino on December 18, 1938. While growing up in Brooklyn, he met his late wife of 35 years, Frances (Trentacosti)...

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To the family and friends of Nick Marino, Unfortunately, i just found out about his passing. I'm so very sorry to hear this news. My condolences and prayers are with his family and closest friends. I had the pleasure of working with Nick for 8 years. He was a very kind soul, full of life, happiness, and always a true gentleman. He Always spoke very highly of all his grandkids and children and showed us pictures from north Carolina trips and he had pure pride and joy in his eyes. He was...

To the family and friends of Nicholas Marino, I am so sorry for your tremendous loss, and I send you my condolences, love, and prayers. I am proud to say that I got to meet Nick several times. He was the best of the best, the cream of the crop...and the best seafood chef on Christmas Eve! I knew just by our conversations, the kind of man he was. He was a man of faith, loved his family and friends, and had a very kind spirit. He was loved by many, and will always be missed. A father may pass...

Dear Leonard, I only met your dad a few times but it was so evident as to where you got your personality and calm disposition. I wish I could have known him sooner as I'm sure we would have been great friends. My heart goes out to you and your family at this difficult time but I know your faith in the Lord will sustain all of you. May Jesus give you and yours His Peace, the Peace that passeth all understanding. - Love and blessings, Al & Ninia Pecora

Dear Dad,
With a grateful heart, I thank God for your incredible life and for gifting me with you as my father. You have show me the love of our Heavenly Father and you have been an amazing example of how to be a father to Siena.
Rest in the arms of Jesus now and enjoy your renewed body. The battle is over. You fought a courageous fight. You are a warrior and the toughest man I have ever known. I will always love you and Siena, Michelle and I miss you very much already.