In CT Hospice, July 21, 2006, Jennie F. Marinko, 60, of Bethany, devoted mother of Natalie, Robert and Gene Marinko all of Bethany, sister of Robert Coppola of New Haven and grandmother of two precious grandchildren. Also survived by 4 nephews, 2 grandnieces and several cousins. Jennie was born in Bridgeport, April 22, 1946 daughter of the late Edward and Mary Fappiano Coppola. She had worked as a certified nurse's aid at Glendale Nursing Home in Naugatuck for 20 years. Funeral from BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden, Tues., July 25 at 9:30 a.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church at 10 a.m. Friends may call Mon. from 4 - 8 p.m. Interment in Carrington Cemetery, Bethany. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 538 Preston Ave., Meriden, CT 06450.

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  1. I don’t even know were to start, this little box that im typing in is way too small to show my feelings and love for you. You were my everything like i always said to you, my aunt, my grandma, and of course another mother to me. you were always there for me no matter what the problem was. I’m gonna miss all the times we spent together all the fun and crazy moments we shared. I want you to know that no one will ever take that one special place in my heart cause you my one and only auntie and one more thing, i remember when you always used to say to me that you can’t wait to see me get married and i just wanted to let you know that when i finally do get married my wedding will be dedicated to you and now that i go futher in to my life, please just look over me and watch me because i’m scared to know that your not here anymore with me. I Love You So Much xoxo Love Always One Of Your Favorites Nephew Vincent Louis Richitelli

  2. I remember your bright smile, warm greetings, and your hospitality. I know you are a loving, caring mother and grandmother and that your children and grandchildren are very proud of you. It is hard to believe you already left. You will always be in the hearts of all those who love you. Love

  3. It has been a pleasure knowing you and I will miss you. There will be an empty feeling in your house and in my heart when I come to visit. I will do whatever I can to help your Family get through this difficult time. I will especially miss bringing Pizza over, and that .homemade pasta sauce. you worked so hard to bring to perfection. Love, Peter F. Morazzini

  4. WE ARE SO SORRY TO HEAR OF THE LOSS OF JENNIE. WE ARE TRULY BLESSED TO HAVE KNOWN HER – SHE ALWAYS BROUGHT A SMILE TO US. MAY YOUR HEARTS FIND PEACE AND COMFORT KNOWING SHE IS NOW HOME WITH THE LORD. YOU WILL BE IN OUR PRAYERS.

  5. We have known each other for many years. Working together was made much more fun when you were there to share a laugh with. I enjoyed our times out together for suppers, shopping and whatever. You showed such courage and strenth during your hard battle. You would be an example for us all. Always concerned with how someone else was doing no matter how you felt. I’ll remember your smile and the good times. Sorry you had to leave so soon. Love, Cindy

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