Anthony Marino obituary (1938 – 2021) – Utica, NY


Anthony J. Marino 1938 – 2021
UTICA – Mr. Anthony J. Marino, 82, was reunited with his wife Frances after her death on Thursday, February 18, 2021.
Born in Utica on July 10, 1938, Tony was the son of the late Rocco and Mary (Guerra) Marino. He graduated from TR Proctor High School / Class of 1956 and continued his education at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry. On July 30, 1960, he married ex Frances T. Juliano with whom he shared a special and unique love during their 52 years together, before his death on October 15, 2012. Although his “Hun” had it preceded, he never stopped loving her and her children are reassured to be reunited again.
Tony started his professional career with Special Metals in Utica where he worked in his area of ​​specialization as a metallurgist. His scholarly knowledge of metals and alloys led him to a position at Utica Alloys, where he remained for over 40 years as an invaluable member of the company. He retired in 2014 after an exceptional career, to move on to an even greater vocation, full-time dad and dad!
He lived every day in joy for his family and especially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was a family man, a true gentleman and a wonderful friend to many. As a father he was an incredible provider, and when his wife passed away he “picked up the ball she carried so gracefully and sprinted it” because he was determined to do his best to honor her. heritage. As a dad, he was selfless because he had the time and love to give equal and individual attention to each of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He lived for them, never said no to them and followed them each on their horse rides (as far as Florida), their plays and concerts, their baseball games, their gymnastics meets and their taekwondo events. Baseball was his game, and he cherished his grandsons’ youth travel team, “The Utica Hurricanes”. This group became family and he was humbled by the endearing nickname “Dad” given to him by the team, all the other grandparents, parents and children. He really enjoyed his Sunday Mass as a parishioner of St. Mary of Mt. Carmel / Blessed Sacrament parish, and he was very charitable to so many other organizations.
Anthony will remain in the hearts of his children and their loves, Anthony J. Marino, Cynthia Marino and David Garcia, MaryJo Marino, Frank Marino and Michelle Fabbio, James Marino and Amanda Phalange, and Joseph A. and Danielle Marino; he was an inspiration to his grandchildren, Dia and David Viscardi, Andrea Marino / USCG, Frangelia Marino, Melissa DeBiase and her fiance Kyle, Robert DeBiase and Joey Jr., Anthony Michael, Christopher and Isabella Marino; great-grandchildren, Juliana Clemente, Genero Clemente, Roman Anthony DeBiase, James Viscardi and Drew Viscardi and his special friends Denisio and Donato Colon; as well as his brother, Rocco Marino. He is also survived by his many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins; in-laws, Ann Marie Tucciarone, Rose Primarolo and Antoinette Kelly; and his extended family with whom he shared a very close bond, Mike and Mary Theresa Mezzanini, and Anna “Nonnie Cooks” Mezzanini. He was predeceased by his in-laws, Betty Jane and Vincent F. Femia Sr., James Juliano, Frank and Adeline Juliano, John and Sofia “Irene” Juliano, Angelo Tucciarone, Nick Primarolo Sr. and Michael Kelly.
The family is grateful for the kindness, medical care and comfort Tony has received from Dr Fred Talarico and Patricia Rosati / NP over the years, and from Dr Jorge L. Ferreiro and Dr Charles Hobaica for their excellent medical treatment, and the staff of the Visiting Nurse Association, especially Jim, for his compassionate care.
The funeral and the entombment will take place at the convenience of the family. In lieu of floral offerings, please consider commemorative contributions in Anthony’s honor at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital online at or at the Central Association for Children. the Blind and Visually Impaired (CABVI) online at https: // or the Stevens-Swan Humane Society at, in honor of its “great dogs”.
Antoine’s funeral and entombment next to his wife in the mausoleum of Christ Our Savior in Calvary cemetery took place at the convenience of the family.
Arrangements were made with Eannace Funeral Home, Inc., 932 South St., corner of Hammond Ave.
During this time of social distancing we are all living through, please take a moment to connect with Tony’s family through the “Memories” section of his obituary. Our prayers go out to all as a sign of our continued support.
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Published by The Observer-Dispatch February 26-28, 2021.

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