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Marilyn G. Kovach Falconi

March 6, 1940 - March 30, 2016

Burial Date April 8, 2016

March 7, 2016 5-8pm

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Marilyn G. Kovach, 76, of East Lyme, CT, passed away on Wednesday, March 30, 2016, in St. Cloud, FL. Marilyn was born on March 6, 1940, to Arthur and Grace (Farina) Falconi in New London, CT.
Marilyn met the love of her life, her loving husband, John, in New London, and they built their life together around the country during his military service until they settled back in the New London area. In most recent years, they spent time at their winter home in Florida.
Marilyn loved life. Her favorite thing to do was to spend time with her family. She loved having all of the family together, and the bigger the get-together, the better for her. As long as her family was together, she was happy. Marilyn loved to laugh and talk about family memories, especially those formed in New London and growing up on Shaw Street.
Marilyn was deeply loved by her family, and her comments and jokes were often the reason for their laughter. She had a special way of making all around her feel like part of the family. Everyone was always welcome, and she often lived by the way of “the more the merrier,” especially during Christmas when she welcomed many friends and family to see her beautifully decorated festive home.
Marilyn made friends wherever she went. She truly loved all of her friends and, in return, was loved by all who knew her.
Along with her husband, John, left to cherish her memory are her four children: Barbara Jean Romeo and her husband, Arthur, of Waterford, CT; Theresa Baremore and her husband, Tracy, of East Lyme, CT; John Kovach, of New Orleans, LA; and Kara Gabordi and her husband, Luke, of Norwich, CT; six grandchildren: Arthur Romeo, Jr., Adam Romeo, Taylor Baremore, Marilyn Baremore, Carolyn Baremore, and Parker Kovach; and one great-grandchild, Cameron; her brothers, Robert, Leroy, and Kenneth Falconi, and her sister, Antoinette Smith. Along with her many special nieces, nephews, other relatives, and countless friends, she is survived by her niece, Kathleen Stern, whom she considered to be her best friend and fourth daughter. Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents, Arthur and Grace (Farina) Falconi, and her sister, Virginia Weigel.



     

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