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Subject: Marion Agnes (Sullivan) Vernile Obituary
Date: 13 Dec 2003 15:26:36 -0700
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Marion Agnes (Sullivan) Vernile, 84, of Avon formerly of Newington, died Wednesday, (December 10, 2003). She was the beloved wife of the late Rocco F. Vernile. Born in Hartford, daughter of the late Cornelius and Mary (Murphy) Sullivan, natives of County Kerry, Ireland, and she resided in Newington 30 years before moving to Avon two years ago. Mrs. Vernile was a member of Church of the Holy Spirit, Newington. Marion lived a brilliant life, radiating her love, affection, good will and sense of humor upon all who knew her. Her family cherished her and was also inspired by the uplifting affect she had on each life that she touched. She was a very special gift from God and it was a blessing to have known her. Marion will remain in our hearts forever. She leaves her two sons, Robert C. Vernile and his wife, Cynthia, of Oro Valley, AZ, William F. Vernile and his wife, Sandra, of West Hartford; her daughter, Barbara J. Primeau and her husband, John, of Providence, RI; her seven gra!
ndchildren, Michael Vernile and his wife, Elyse, Jennifer Vernile; Andrew and Amy Vernile and her fianc , Anthony Stoto; James, Katherine and Anne Primeau; her two sisters-in-law, Mary Vernile and Dorothea Sullivan; her brother-in-law, Gennaro Viglione; many nieces and nephews, including her special niece, Maureen Murphy. Besides her husband, she was pre-deceased by her brother, John C. Sullivan and her sister, Anne Ehrhardt. Special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of John Dempsey Hospital, 6th floor Oncology Unit, the Connecticut Hospice, Laurel Gardens of Avon and the Farmington Valley VNA as well as to her extended network of family friends, including Mary and Joseph St. Pierre, who lovingly assisted and supported her throughout the years. Her funeral services will be held Saturday, 10:15 a.m. from the Newington Memorial Funeral Home, 20 Bonair Ave., Newington, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial, 11 a.m. at Church of the Holy Spirit. Interment will be in West!
Meadow. Relatives and friends are invited to call TODAY from 6- 9 p.m
. at Newington Memorial. Memorial donations may be made to Alzheimer's Assoc., 96 Oak St., Hartford, CT 06106 or to House of Bread, 1453 Main St., Hartford, CT 06120. Published in the Hartford Courant on 12/12/2003. (Volunteer Submitted)