JAMES F. MARINO
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MARINO
JAMES F. on April 30, 2010 of Southampton, PA. Beloved husband of Frances (nee Harris) loving father of Karen M. (Anthony) Durante, Joan F. (Thomas) Sulzbach, Eileen (John) Camiola and dearest brother of Molly Marino. He is also survived by his 9 grandchildren. His family will receive relatives and friends on Wednesday, from 10:00 A.M. until his Funeral Mass 11:00 A.M. at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Second Street Pike & Knowles Ave., Southamp-ton, PA 18966. A private interment will be held at Washington Crossing National Cemetery, Newtown, PA. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis TN 38105.

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Published in Philadelphia Inquirer/Philadelphia Daily News on May 2, 2010.
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May 5, 2010
I will always remember Uncle Jimmy as a kind, sensitive, fun-loving man who could make others feel like they were the most important people in the room when he talked to you. He never failed to make you laugh, especially when he was dancing in the middle of the family parties, exaggerating his moves (which were so good!), so everyone would enjoy the fun, even if they weren't dancing!!

I can't imagine your grief, Aunt Tinny, Karen and Tony, Joan and Tom, Eileen and John and grandchildren. Whenever I had conversations with Uncle Jimmy, he always talked about each of you and how much love he had for you and how much love you brought to him. He said he was a rich man...and he was.

Denny, Mollie and I send our love and prayers to you and hope his forever love and support will be with you and help get you through.

Uncle Jim, please save us all a dance in heaven… Love, Mary
Mary Dugan
May 5, 2010
Dear Aunt Tinny, Karen, Joan, Eileen and Families --

Another deep loss ... for all of us.

Last night I pulled some photos ... some going back to the Bodine St. days. There he was ... sharing in what seemed like then to be our boundless sea of happiness. The photos span so many years, so many decades, of so, so many memories.

Trish and Betty send their condolences. They'll always remember Uncle Jim. He embodied the love which was all of his family ... and I'll never forget him ...........

Michael ...................
Michael Gonzales
May 4, 2010
Pop pop,

I will never forget playing "store" with you, going to the Soft Pretzel Factory to get our "hotdog pretzels", you babysitting us while having goodies all day! You were the best pop pop everrrr:). I miss you so much!
I love you-
Olivia
May 4, 2010
Dear Aunt Tinny, Karen, Joan and Eileen,
You are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you.
Rob, Dottie, Stephanie and Christine McLane
May 3, 2010
Karen, Joan, Eileen & family,
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your father.
Paula Messick
May 3, 2010
Karen, Joan & Eileen and family,
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your Dad.
May 3, 2010
Dear Aunt Tinny, Karen, Joan & Eileen:

I am so sorry for your loss. Uncle Jim was such a wonderful, kind and caring person and I will miss him very much. I always felt we were more like sisters than cousins and so glad for the many happy memories I have of all of us. He loved all of you so much and I could always see how proud he was of each of you. I hope that love and your memories of him help you through this difficult time. Love you all,
Kathy Lugas
May 3, 2010
Joan, Leeann & family, We are so sorry for your loss - may your many memories comfort you and bring you peace. The Keenan Family
May 2, 2010
Dearest Joan and Family,
I am truly sad and sorry for the loss of you Dad. Your Dad was a sweet, kind and gentle man and he will be greatly missed. It breaks my heart that I am so far away and can not be there for you and attend his service but please know that I will be there in heart and thought. I am fortunate to have known your Dad and will remember him always.

Linda(Mountlake Terrace, WA)
Linda Snyder
May 2, 2010
Dear Marino family, please accept my sincere condolences to you on the death of Mr. Marino. He and all of you showed me kindness since I met you. Mr. Marino was truly a special person. Again, I'm sincerely sorry for your loss. Lori (Horvay) Greeby
May 2, 2010
Uncle Jim was always a joy to be around. He was such a pleasant, kind, loving person. I picture him imitating the "Lollipop Kids" which always brings a smile to my face. I know that you are happily reunited with family now free of worries. I love you, Uncle Jim, and will miss you dearly. Sue
Sue Finley
May 2, 2010
Dad, I hope that I can be the kind of person you were- loving, generous, caring and funny. You were such a good role model, friend and provider. Everyone who has offered condolences in the last few days has said the same things about you... "Your dad was a very special person" or " Uncle Jim was a great uncle and we really loved him" or " I will always remember your dad smiling and being there for me no matter what." I know you are watching over us now as you always have. It is a comfort to us to know you are no longer suffering and are finally enjoying your reward in heaven for the good life you have lived. I miss you terribly and will always love you!
Karen
Karen Durante
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