Joseph Anthony Marmo, Jr.

Courier Post

Joseph Anthony Marmo, Jr., 54, of Marlton, passed away Monday, April 8, 2013, at home.

MarmoBorn in Trenton, NJ, Joseph was raised in Norristown, PA. He graduated from Norristown High School, and went on to receive his Bachelor’s Degree from York College, PA. Joseph loved to garden, he had a green thumb and could grow anything. He enjoyed spending quality time with his two daughters Antonia and Gianna, they were his life.

Son of the late Joseph A. Sr., and Genevieve Marmo; he is survived by his two loving daughters, Antonia Marie and Gianna Rose Marmo of Medford; three loving sisters, Christine Marmo (Stephen), Jeannine Carleton (Mark), and Judith Riveness (Jeff); and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held privately at the convenience of the family.

Interment will be in the Park View Cemetery, Medford.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Joseph’s memory to the Animal Welfare Association, 509 Centennial Blvd., Voorhees, NJ 08043.

12 Responses to “Joseph Anthony Marmo, Jr.”

  • Eileen Devine:

    Sis and Toni,
    May God Bless you and take comfort in knowing that you have a special guardian angel watching over you. My heartfelt prayers and thoughts are with
    you girls. Love, Big I

  • Mike Paschall:

    RIP JOE:
    We love you and miss you! Keep your dad laughing up there.
    Mike and Linda

  • John MacNamara:

    God bless you brother.
    Mac and Karen

  • Dave Lattanze:

    Joe
    We shared the same birthday 11/7/58. I still have fond memories playing on the same basketball team at the age of 8 @ Penn Square. God Bless You!
    Dave and Allison

  • Peter Lozinak:

    When I think about the great times we had it still brings a smile to my face. You will be sadly missed.
    Peter and Holly

  • Kathy Lozinak:

    Joe you left this earth too soon. We had some great times with you back in the day, you will be missed. Say hi to my dad up there in heaven.
    Love, Kathy and Jay

  • Shawn Rubert:

    Joe,
    May your path be lined with Astro Turf and “Since I’ve Been Loving You“ fill the air around you. I’m sure when we get were you are you will have it all figured out for us. The world has lost a true character and we have lost a true friend.
    Love you brother.
    Shawn

  • Michael and Melissa Marino:

    Joe,

    We were shocked and deeply saddened to hear of your passing. We have so many wonderful memories of you that will always be with us. That smile could brighten anyones day. Hope you are playing a few rounds with your dad and Sam! Miss you lots buddy!

    Michael and Melissa marino

  • Susan Nasria:

    I am deeply sadden to hear of your passing. We had worked together many years and had some great times. Your charismatic personality was also a joy to be around.

  • Paul Bidus:

    Without question, Joe was one of the finest people I have ever had the pleasure to know.
    One afternoon while walking around an office park, we stopped at a duck pond and Joe (to my amazement and wonder) proceeded to point out each of the duck’s personalities – he’d obviously been there before observing each one many times prior.
    That was the kind of guy Joe was.
    God rest and keep you, Joe.
    Paul

  • Allan Branson:

    I worked with Joe in the late 80’s and just heard about his passing today. the fact that I am moved to acknowledge his passing in this manner is a testament to what a great person he was. An unforgettable man, he made me laugh, and was in those days the example of perfect cool…He will be missed by myself, Rick and Eric…from our PMA days.

    love always Joe,

    Allan

  • Anthony:

    Home run! Great slignugg with that answer!

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