Guglielmo Marinelli Obituary, Death – Marinelli Guglielmo, who had lived in New Rochelle, New York, for the majority of his life and had reached the age of 93, died on July 26, 2022. He was born in Andretta, Avellino, Italy on October 27, 1928, to Angelo Guglielmo and Filomena (Miele) Guglielmo. Angelo Guglielmo was his full name.
Marinelli was admired for all of the roles he played throughout his life, including those of friend, spouse, father, son, brother, uncle, grandfather, and great grandfather. In 1952, Joseph and his wife decided to immigrate to the United States in the hope of providing a better life for their children and grandchildren once they arrived. He was the sole proprietor of a landscaping company and approached his work with great care. As a result, he earned the highest regard from both his clients and his contemporaries. In addition, he held leadership positions in a number of other landscapers’ associations throughout the state of New York.
Marinelli was a wonderful husband and father to his family. Because he was such an active and influential member of the congregation, he attended Trinity Assembly of God on a regular basis. He is survived by his devoted daughter-in-law Michelina Guglielmo, his cherished sons Joseph Guglielmo, Jr. (wife Deborah), Angelo Guglielmo (wife Elizabeth), Pat Guglielmo (wife Danielle), and Michael Guglielmo (wife Danielle), and his loving wife Michelina (Cianciulli) (Claire). Michelle (Mike), Joey (Fran), John (Amanda), Jason, Kristin, Shannon, Matthew, Stephanie (David), and Joshua are the names of his grandchildren. He is a devoted grandfather to each of his nine grandchildren.
His grandchildren’s names are as follows: In addition, he is the adored great grandfather of seven grandchildren, whose names are Marissa, Julia, Joey, Joshua, and John. Thomas is the seventh of seven grandchildren. Pasquale Guglielmo and Teresa Cianciulli, his two older sisters, and Maria Miele, his younger sister, all died before him. His brother died before him as well. Marinelli was well-liked and respected by all who had the privilege of calling him a friend; he will be greatly missed and will always have a place in our hearts. From 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, relatives and friends of Marinelli will gather at the COXE & GRAZIANO FUNERAL HOME.
The funeral home can be found at 767 E. Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck, New York 10543, and can be reached at (914) 698-5968. At ten a.m. on Friday, a funeral service will be held at the funeral home. The burial will take place in Ferncliff Cemetery immediately following the service. You are welcome to make memorial contributions to the United Hebrew Geriatric Center, 391 Pelham Road, New Rochelle, NY 10805. The center’s address is as follows: