Kurt M. Marino
KURT M. MARINO - an avid cyclist, died Sunday, October 16, 2005. He was 47. He died shortly after collapsing on his bicycle while participating in a charity ride on FDR Drive in Manhattan. The cause of death was cardiac related.

The son of Frank and Terry Marino, Mr. Marino was born and raised in Cos Cob.

After graduating from Greenwich High School in 1976, Mr. Marino spent three years in the Air Force, after which he returned to Connecticut and earned a degree from the University of Connecticut.

In addition to cycling, Mr. Marino was passionate about literature and poetry and enjoyed debating politics and economics.

Surviving are his father, Frank Marino of Dennis MA; five sisters including fraternal twin Leslie Clarke of Aurora CO, Tracey O'Hara of Wilton CT, Jackie Marino of Burlington VT, Frances Bugbee of Charlestown MA, and Hope Straw of New York NY; one brother, Chris Marino of Mill Valley CA; and seven nieces and nephews.

A wake will be held at Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home, 31 Arch St. Greenwich on Thursday October 20th from 4 to 8 p.m. A funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. Friday Oct. 21st, at St. Catherine of Siena in Riverside.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the New York City Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 30 West 26th Street, 9th Fl, New York, NY 10010.
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Published by GreenwichTime on Oct. 19, 2005.
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Kurt;
I am sad to hear of your passing, God took you while you were doing something you loved for others.
Much love to Uncle Frank, your family and friends.
Your cousin Peter
Peter Tullo
October 23, 2005
Kurt,
You'll be missed. I just went passed "The Bridge" yesterday on a whim not knowing you were gone.
I hope it was a good life, you touched mine.
My deepest sympathy to your family and friends.
Devon Walsh
October 23, 2005
Kurt,I know you are in a better place but I will miss our chats on Park Ave. You were really a man for others. I wish Kurt's family and friends my deepest sympathy.
Ray Loud
October 21, 2005
Frank and Family

We were sad to hear the news about Kurt, our condolences to all of you. It is comforting to know that he was doing what he loved.

Just think, he'll be in heaven with two saints---Terri and Aunt Aggie.

Are prayers are with you.

The Bohacs Family
October 21, 2005
You Had A Big Heart And A Great Personality. You Touched Many Souls And Helped Many People In Many Ways. You Will Be Greatly Missed By Me And Many Others.
Alexander Krayzman
October 20, 2005
You Had A Big Heart And A Great Personality. You Touched Many Souls And Helped Many People In Many Ways. You Will Be Greatly Missed By Me And Many Others.
Alexander Krayzman
October 20, 2005
Kurt, all the best in the next life..quite sad to see you go..will miss working with you...

Many thanks for your friendship
Thomas Clark
October 19, 2005
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