Marie G. DeVirgilio, age 78, of Orange, passed away on September 10, 2014. Born in New Haven on August 1, 1936, she was a daughter of the late Domenic & Lucy Parente Tammaro. She is survived by her husband, Angelo DeVirgilio; her son Michael DeVirgilio; sister Concetta Frank & her husband James all of Orange and several nieces & nephews. She was also predeceased by her brother Daniel E. Tammaro. Marie retired from Milford Hospital after 25 years of employment as a communications operator. She was a member of the American Legion Post # 127 in Orange and the Ladies Guild of Holy Infant Church. She was a very charitable and generous person, always giving what she could. She enjoyed cooking and sharing her recipes with her friends. Her funeral will leave from the BEECHER & BENNETT - TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME, 410 Campbell Ave., West Haven on Saturday at 9:15 AM, followed by her Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at 10:00 AM in Holy Infant Church, 450 Racebrook Rd., Orange. Friends may also visit with her family at the funeral home on Friday (today) from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. Interment will take place in Mt. St. Peter Cemetery, Derby. Contributions in her memory may be made to CT Hospice Inc., www.hospice.com 100 Double Beach Rd, Branford, CT 06405.

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  1. Dear Angelo and Family, I was sorry to hear of your loss. Marie was always so thoughful and caring. She would always stop in the office to say hello when she came to Town Hall. My sincere sympathy to you and yours. Always, Karen Goldberg – First Selectman’s Office – Orange Town Hall.

  2. Dear Angelo and family, Sincere sympathy from Lyman, S.C. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Ollie and Jane Thomas

  3. Mike, Angelo and Family, We are very sorry to read of your loss of Marie. We share many fond memories, which we never forget. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, during this difficult time. Feel free to call for anything. Rich & Paloma Mallette, Jr.

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