Ann M. Marino
1939 - 2020
Marino, Ann M.

January 6, 1939 - October 30, 2020

Papillion, NE. Preceded in death by parents, Joseph and Winifred Daigneault of Malone, NY; husband Charles J. Marino; and daughter Debra Jane. Survived by children, Geri Marino and partner Bryan Timko of Tampa FL, and Cathy Blake and husband Keith of Papillion; three grandchildren, Nathan, Grace and Monica Blake; one great-grandchild, Behringer Blake; in-laws; and many friends. Ann was born in Chicago, IL, grew up in Malone, NY, and obtained a BS Degree in Education from State University of New York College in Plattsburgh. She served as an Elementary School Teacher for 20+ years in the Ralston Public School System in Ralston, NE and after retiring was a substitute teacher and student teacher supervisor for Peru State College in Peru, NE. Ann was an active and accomplished duplicate bridge player and was a Sapphire Life Master having more than 4,000 life master points with the ACBL while building many lifelong friendships with fellow bridge players at Omaha Bridge Studio.

The family will Receive friends from 6-7pm on Tuesday, November 3, with WAKE SERVICE at 7pm, all at Kahler Dolce Funeral Home, 441 N Washington Street, Papillion. MEMORIAL MASS: 10:30am on Wednesday, November 4, at St. Columbkille Catholic Church, 200 E 6th Street, Papillion. Interment with the family at Omaha National Cemetery on November 6th. Memorials may be sent to the St. Columbkille Catholic Church of Papillion, NE.


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Published by Omaha World-Herald from Oct. 31 to Nov. 3, 2020.
6:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.
Kahler Dolce Mortuary
441 North Washington Street, Papillion, NE 680462231
Kahler Dolce Mortuary
441 North Washington Street, Papillion, NE 680462231
Funeral service
St. Columbkille Catholic Church
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Kahler Dolce Mortuary
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Rest in peace, bridge partner.
Elise S. Parish
November 3, 2020
I have done remodeling for Anne and Charlie since the late 80s. She is probably my oldest customer. I then did work for her daughter Cathy. I have never worked for someone as kind and trusting as the Marino family. I almost feel like I was part of the family. Losing Anne like this is really hard and I know she is in heaven holding Charlies hand and going over all the things he has missed since he passed away. You will be missed Anne by all your wonderful family and many friends. Till we meet again RIP and say Hi to Charlie for me:)
Robert w ELDER sr
November 2, 2020
a loved one
November 1, 2020
Ann was a long time neighbor and friend. I would always see her in the morning outside watering her flowers. We had great conversations over the fence! My sympathy to Geri, Kathy and family
Ruth Spencer
November 1, 2020