Jonathan Marino
Martin & Castille Funeral Home - Southside
600 E Farrel Rd
Lafayette, LA
Jonathon Marino

Lafayette - A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, June 7, 2018, at 2:00 PM in St. Mary Mother of the Church in Lafayette, for Jonathon Marino, 51, who died suddenly on Monday, June 4, 2018 in Scott.

Reverend Dustin Dought, Pastor of St. Leo the Great Catholic Church in Lafayette, will conduct the funeral services.

Survivors include his wife, Vivica Bertinot Marino; his daughters, Gabrielle Marino and Victoria Marino; his mother, Geraldine LeBlanc Marino; his brothers, Michael Marino and companion, Ronald, and Donald Giuseppe Marino and wife, Wendy; and his in-laws, Curtis and Sabra Bertinot, Bret Bertinot and Jessica Bertinot.

He was preceded in death by his father, Vincent Marino and his brother, Brooks Donald Marino.

A resident of Lafayette, Louisiana for most of his life, Jonathon Marino was a loving husband, father, and friend. He was a very gifted physical therapist and thrived on helping people, both in his clinic and out. He was a devout Catholic and attended several retreats a year to maintain his strong faith and share it openly with others. He enjoyed tennis and golf and played regularly . Jonathon was a gifted chef and enjoyed fine wine but mostly the gathering of friends. He was a good man and a good friend to many. Jonathon had a kind and outgoing personality. Everyone who knew him loved him. Jonathon touched so many people. Above all, he was an outstanding father who adored his girls and a devoted and committed husband.

Pallbearers will be Travis Godley, Bryan Mclain, Sam Hinckley, Keith LeBlanc, Charles Caswell, Phil LeBlanc, Pat Thibodeaux, and John Abbott.

Honorary Pallbearers will be Mike Marino, Seppi Marino, Paul Weller, Bret Bertinot, and Russel Bourg.

The family requests that visitation be observed in Martin & Castille's SOUTHSIDE location on Thursday from 9:00 AM until time of service.

View the obituary and guestbook online at

Martin & Castille-SOUTHSIDE-600 E. Farrel Rd., Lafayette, LA 70508, 337-984-2811

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Published by The Advertiser on Jun. 6, 2018.
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Martin & Castille Funeral Home - Southside
600 E Farrel Rd, Lafayette, LA
Mass of Christian Burial
St. Mary Mother of the Church
, Lafayette, LA
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Wishing the very best to your family. Those you’ve made an impact on will never forget you. Gone too soon, but God may have needed an angel!
Deborah Mouton-Miller
May 31, 2021
I just learned of Jonathons passing and am stunned, heartbroken for his family, friends and community. As a former client I so appreciated his knowledge, skill and compassion; I often encouraged/referred others to his office. Prayers of comfort for his family and all who will miss this very special person we were graced to know.
Marcella Guest
July 11, 2018
I'm sorry about the loss of Johnathon May god continue to bless his soul.we were good friends in high school but loss contact after we all graduated.I moved to Houston and lost contact with name is carl Eugene and my twin is Carlton Eugene.john was a good fellow sorry we lost contact with him we will keep your family in prayer
Carl Eugene
June 7, 2018
So sorry for y'all loss. Find comfort in knowing that y'all are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless you all during this difficult time. The Privat family
June 7, 2018
Sincere sympathy to Jonathan's family in this great loss. We were patients at his office in Jeanerette and he will be missed in this town.
Rose Mary P. Delaune & Sandra P. Freeman
June 7, 2018
Jonathan we will miss you so much. Thank you for being there in Jason and I's beginning. You are a great person to know and will never be forgotten.
Angela Weathers
June 6, 2018
Charles Sibille
June 6, 2018

Jonathan Marino was a flat belly and quite athletically blessed tennis player. He did not have Superman speed, i.e.,faster-than-a-speeding-bullet but could easily qualify for Road Runner/Greased Lightening/Unbelievably Quick. He loved the game and played it with lots of Enthusiasm. Win, lose or draw, he was smiling when he started and when he finished. He made good line calls, kept the competitive banter going and smiled a lot. He was safe, solid and secure with his Maker and was locked and loaded for life's next phase.

Jonathan was good at his job and was one of the go-to guys in his field. He treated his clientele with utmost respect and was easy to find when needed. His wife and family were important to him and he was proud to be part of their lives.

Jonathan played tennis with many different people who were at many different levels of play. Jonathan's open, unassuming personality and selfless persona encouraged people to like being around him. He was one of the good guys that we meet on our brief journey through life.

Jonathan's passing will leave giant holes in his family's lives. He will be missed greatly by his friends. May he rest in peace.
Richard Barnett
June 6, 2018
Such a cool guy to everyone he knew.
Timothy Beacham
June 6, 2018
Timothy Beacham
June 6, 2018
a loved one
June 6, 2018
You had such a kindred soul and always treated everyone with kindness and respect. The world lost an angel but heaven gained one. Continue to do good my dear friend. Sending you a hug until we meet again!
Deborah Mouton-Miller
June 6, 2018
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