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June 18, 1931 ~ May 2, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
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It is with a heavy heart that we share the peaceful and graceful passing of Filippa Marino 91 years young of Forked River, New Jersey on Tuesday May 2nd surrounded by her loving family and friends.
She is survived by her daughter Carmela Vreeland and her husband Jeff, her son Tom Marino and his wife Gail, her daughter Angie Gallagher and her husband Jim; six grandchildren John, Michael, Jamie, Jessica, Brian and Vicky; ten great grandchildren Baker, Georgia, Ruby, Cecilia, Ethan, Lydia, Charles, Ashton, Margaret and Emma.
She is predeceased by her loving husband Frank Marino, her sisters Linda Casale, Ida Magliozzi and Sister Immacolata DiGiorgio and brother Nicola DiGiorgio.
Filippa was born in Minturno, Italy on June 18, 1931. Twenty years later she arrived in the United States where she was welcomed by family in Stamford, Ct. Upon leaving Stamford and after several moves in New Jersey, she and her husband found themselves in Matawan where they opened up Marino's Nursery and Garden Center on Highway 34.
Filippa's passion for floral beauty was expressed in her daily activities at the garden center. She loved to cook delicious meals and Sunday pasta was a must! However, her real passion was loving her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
She was truly blessed with a long beautiful life of love and family as well as touching many hearts of those she met throughout the years. Filippa was deeply loved and admired by all. She will be greatly missed but never forgotten.