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In Loving Memory of

Marilyn Joy Marinaro

1941 - 2021

Obituary of Marilyn Joy Marinaro

It is with sadness in our hearts that we announce the passing of Marilyn on Sunday October 31 at the age of 80. It was time for Marilyn to reunite with her son, Joe and beloved dog, Jimmy. Marilyn leaves behind her children David, Fran (Wayne), Gina and Maria, as well as grandchildren Leslie (Colin) and Mari-Lynn (Andrew). Marilyn will be remembered by her family and friends as one of the most amazing and selfless people to walk the earth. As per Marilyn’s request, cremation has taken place. Arrangements have been entrusted to Essentials Cremation and Burial Services (905 354 2133) If desired donations in memory of Marilyn may be made to The Lincoln County Humane Society. Online condolences may be shared on Marilyn's tribute page found at

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Betty Gates
2 years ago

My Marvelous Marilyn… words cannot describe the sorrow I feel having lost you… I am so blessed to have had you as part of my life. You are truly one of a kind darling. I will always love you my dear friend .

Michelle Riley
2 years ago

I met Marilyn a few times over the years and she was so warm and wonderful to be around. We bonded over the similarities of our little white dogs, Jimmy and Abbey. To Leslie and her family, I’m so deeply sorry for your loss. Sending my love.

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Barbara Braun
2 years ago

I’m so sorry to read that your mother has passed away.

Linney Georgia
2 years ago

So very sorry for the profound loss of your Mom and Grandma. All our love.

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Linda and Paul Brady
2 years ago

Marilyn was never a stranger. You were a friend or family from the time you met her. She will be missed. Sorry for your loss.

Saplamaeff Naomi
2 years ago

My deepest condolences, Gran was such a wonderful woman with such a great energy and a contagious smile. Sending all my love

2 years ago

I love you and miss you more than I can even explain…I’m just glad your not suffering anymore…I will see you again someday…give Jimmy and Joe huge hugs…this is your time to have peace…Bye for now..xo

RIP ( honey ) RIP xoxo Juanita
2 years ago

It was an honor to have known you, to have felt your your love and friendship…..
Thank you, just for being you…

Mare Marinaro
2 years ago

I am so lost without this women by my side. One thing she never taught me was how to live without her. I’m glad she is no longer suffering and in pain. She is free. I’m so sorry to all my family, friends, and people who’s lives have been touched by her that you have to go through this lose, but never alone. We are family and stronger together ❤ 💪 ♥


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