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Arlene Margolis

November 28, 1930 - April 30, 2017

Burial Date May 4, 2017

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Arlene Margolis of New London, Ct left us to meet her creator Sunday morning April 30th. She was born on November 28th 1930 in Norwich, CT to Frederick and Martha Meyer. Arlene, a gentle and loving wife, mother, grandmother and Aunt, was the widow of Frederick Maddox & Harold Margolis. She leaves behind her siblings, Frederick Meyer Jr. and his wife Phyllis, and Janice Bonamarte, three children from her first marriage, Susan Servoss and her husband Daniel, Richard Maddox, Gregg Maddox, and four step children from her second marriage, Mitchell Margolis & his Partner Emma Polimeni, Fawn Margolis, Robin Margolis & her husband John Silsby, and Randy Margolis. She adored being the Grandmother of ten, and the Great Grandmother of six children. She was a 1948 graduate of Williams Memorial Institute of New London. During her first marriage Arlene lived in all of the coastal areas of the United States as her first husband was a career Coast Guardsman. She traveled extensively with her second husband and his family on many cruises and vacations in Europe. Arlene spent many years as a realtor in Florida and Connecticut to help support her family and maintain her involvement in her communities. She was a long time devoted member of “Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish” in Quaker Hill where she sang in the Choir and served as President of the Ladies Guild. Arlene always moved quickly, volunteered at the Lobby Shop at L & M Hospital, loved travel, the arts, reading, gardening, and most of all, her extensive family who loved her dearly in return. Family and friends are asked to gather for a memorial Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday May 4, 2017 at 10 am at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, 63 Old Norwich Rd, Quaker Hill, CT 06375. Interment to follow, in Maplewood Cemetery on Rt 82 in Norwich. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to “Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, or a cancer society of your choice. The Impellitteri-Malia Funeral Home, 84 Montauk Ave. New London has been entrusted with her care.


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