Marjorie Ann Caudill MaranoJuly 6, 1924 - October 4, 2020
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Born July 6, 1924 in Farler, KY
Passed from this life October 4, 2020 in Port Charlotte, FL
Daughter of the late Lyttle and Dulcena (Cornett) Caudill
Beloved sister of the late Amanda (Ottis Woods), B.W. Caudill, Zell (Dan Caudill), Vesta (Clyde Hylton), Wilder (Irene) Caudill, James (Josephine) Caudill, and Dale Caudill (surviving spouse Audrey), and surviving sisters Gloria (late Earl) Fields, Pina (late J.P.) Pratt. Sister-in-law of the late Antoinette (Salvatore) Nardone, Henry (Theresa) Marano; and a large extended family of cousins, nieces, nephews, and a host of others who called her mom.
Devoted wife of 56 years to the late Carlo F. Marano, Sr. (d. 2002)
Loving mother of seven children: the late Carlo F. Marano, Jr. and Alphonse C. Marano (survived by Darlene Clingen Marano); and surviving children Donna (Anthony Ricci), Christine (Edward Robar), Annamarie (Ronald LaPlaca), Gloria, Joseph (Jennifer), as well as fifteen grandchildren: Vincent (Chantelle) Marano, Victoria Judd, Vanessa (John) Thompson, Carl (Elizabeth) Marano, Daniel, Diana, and Zachary (Kimberly) Marano, Matthew, Alexander and Jennifer Fillo (Brent Fiore), Michael (Stefanie), Kaitlyn, & Sean Robar, Jessica and Joseph Marano; thirteen great-grandchildren Anthony Dushac and Kaylee Marano, Elle and Juliana Judd, Amanda Monticello, Theresa Criscoe, Isaiah (Shauna), Brittany, and Destiny Marano, Ruby Fillo, Sydney Fiore, Aria and Tobias Robar. two great-great-grandchildren Madelyn and Melissa Criscoe; and step-grandchildren Anthony (Sandra) Ricci, Amy Maldonado, Alise (Charles) Brown, and step-great-grandchildren Patrick Ricci, Ava and Graciela Maldonado, Kathleen and Michael Brown.
Marjorie was a member of San Antonio Catholic Church, Punta Gorda, Florida. Previously a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Corbin, KY, where she was a member of the Legion of Mary.
Funeral is private. In lieu of flowers, in memory of Marjorie, donations can be made to the Caudill Cemetery Fund, c/o Pina Pratt, 51 Hunters Ridge Lane, Viper, KY 41774, or a cancer fund of your choice.