ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Marion Donadio, 94 years old, born on July 15, 1925, and passed away on April 9, 2020. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Randall Donadio on May 20, 2021
Grandma was a legend.

With all the craziness in the world, there is a silver lining in technology. When we inevitably join grandma, newer generations will be able to easily lookup our history on social media and see many pictures and videos of us in our prime. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said about many of the family members I have never met or hardly knew like grandpa Cliff, grandma Francis, Poppy, and many others. It would be wonderful to see how they lived, who their friends were, or even their parents and the generations before them. It is so frustrating that we can't.

However, I am eternally grateful grandma Marion was around long enough for me to meet her. She was a joy to talk to, never had a bad thing to say about anyone, and her life will have an impact on me and my children until the day comes where we can sit together and I can ask all the questions I should have asked while she was here.

They just don't make them like her anymore.
Posted by Natasha Napolitano on May 6, 2021
To our Beautiful Grandmother, 
Your kindness, praises, encouragement and unconditional love for us are terribly missed every day. You were full of love, life, happiness and graciousness. You always welcomed everyone with open arms. Holidays, family get togethers and just everyday life will never be the same without you. You brought us all together and embraced us with love and laughter and some of the best meals we ever had. Richard and I are extremely blessed and grateful that you were there to see our children grow-up and play such an important role in their lives.
You will be forever missed. We know that you are watching over us with your beautiful smile. May You Rest In Eternal Peace.
We Love & Miss you, Richard & Natasha
Posted by Donna Napolitano on May 6, 2021
Mother Confident Forever Friend
Kind smart wise considerate loving thoughtful and engaging.  Just some words to describe you
Being with you was always pleasant and enjoyable.  And fun. There was laughter and happiness even in sad times good advise and positive feedback .and wonderful stories.   Sounds like I’m describing a perfect individual  Well i am!!
Perfect mother, grandmother, great grandmother aunt snd friend to all of us  You gave ALL of YOU to ALL of US.  Rest In Peace you are “home in heaven”. 

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Posted by Randall Donadio on May 20, 2021
Grandma was a legend.

With all the craziness in the world, there is a silver lining in technology. When we inevitably join grandma, newer generations will be able to easily lookup our history on social media and see many pictures and videos of us in our prime. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said about many of the family members I have never met or hardly knew like grandpa Cliff, grandma Francis, Poppy, and many others. It would be wonderful to see how they lived, who their friends were, or even their parents and the generations before them. It is so frustrating that we can't.

However, I am eternally grateful grandma Marion was around long enough for me to meet her. She was a joy to talk to, never had a bad thing to say about anyone, and her life will have an impact on me and my children until the day comes where we can sit together and I can ask all the questions I should have asked while she was here.

They just don't make them like her anymore.
Posted by Natasha Napolitano on May 6, 2021
To our Beautiful Grandmother, 
Your kindness, praises, encouragement and unconditional love for us are terribly missed every day. You were full of love, life, happiness and graciousness. You always welcomed everyone with open arms. Holidays, family get togethers and just everyday life will never be the same without you. You brought us all together and embraced us with love and laughter and some of the best meals we ever had. Richard and I are extremely blessed and grateful that you were there to see our children grow-up and play such an important role in their lives.
You will be forever missed. We know that you are watching over us with your beautiful smile. May You Rest In Eternal Peace.
We Love & Miss you, Richard & Natasha
Posted by Donna Napolitano on May 6, 2021
Mother Confident Forever Friend
Kind smart wise considerate loving thoughtful and engaging.  Just some words to describe you
Being with you was always pleasant and enjoyable.  And fun. There was laughter and happiness even in sad times good advise and positive feedback .and wonderful stories.   Sounds like I’m describing a perfect individual  Well i am!!
Perfect mother, grandmother, great grandmother aunt snd friend to all of us  You gave ALL of YOU to ALL of US.  Rest In Peace you are “home in heaven”. 
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