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“Louie , Teresa and family . So very sorry for your loss . May Laura Rest In Peace . ”
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“To the Marocchini family;It was always exciting to me when my mom and dad told me and my two brothers that we were going to the Marocchini household....Read More »
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“Marrochini and Fitch families:We're so sorry to hear of Aunt Laura's passing. We are sending our warmest thoughts and condolences.Love,Chrissy and...Read More »
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Laura Jane (Fitch) Marocchini, wife of Louis Marocchini, Sr., of Ryegate, VT, passed January 12, 2017. Laura was born in 1937, in Coraopolis, PA, to Lawrence and Frieda Corbett Fitch, the youngest of three girls. Due to Grampa Fitch's work as a herdsman, mom & her sisters were raised on several large farms throughout the Midwest - her favorite being in Elsie, MI. In her teens the family moved to Suffield, CT. A beautiful blue-eyed blond, mom soon caught the eye of dad while out with mutual friends. A 1955 graduate of Suffield High School, Mom & Dad married on August 4, 1956, building their home and raising their family on the family farm in Enfield. Mom took immense joy in becoming a mother, grand and great grandmother and auntie. She was a loving, devoted and nurturing mom, who instilled in her children a deep love of family, and a passion for our farm animals and the outdoors. In the 1960's Mom and Dad built a cabin in the woods in VT where she loved to spend weekends and holidays, enjoying many outdoor sports. An athletic woman, mom could thrill us kids with her baton twirls, cartwheels and flips, and, patiently taught us to ice skate. Tennis was her favorite, though, and during retirement Mom played almost daily. Mom worked at UTC until Dad took a position overseas where they lived for 6 years. While overseas, Mom, who loved to entertain, frequently hosted friends and family from the states. She also loved to travel, visiting many countries with Dad. Retiring to VT, Mom continued her love of adventure; spending 6 months with Dad traveling across North America in their camper, and, at Dad's side on his western hunting trips. Mom leaves to mourn her loving and devoted husband of 60 years, Louis Marocchini, Sr., and their four children: James Marocchini and wife Jill of Lebanon, CT, Theresa Muska and husband Larry of Enfield, CT, John Marocchini of Littleton, NH, and Louis Marocchini, Jr. of Enfield, CT; 10 adoring grandchildren: Jessica Marocchini, Rebecca Fontaine and husband Eric, Monica Marocchini, Ali, Joshua and Hannah Kaplan, Thomas Muska, Joseph Muska and wife Katie, and twins Jevgenija and Aleksandra Muska; 6 great grandchildren: Dominic, Maria, Aiden, William, Ryan and Luke. Mom is also survived by her sister Jean Ham of Millbook NY, sisters and brothers-in-law; Gordon and Mary Fickes, Mary Wentworth, Phillip and Sylvia Marocchini. Besides her parents, Mom was predeceased by her beloved sister, Ravonne Fickes of Chula Vista, CA, her mother and father-in-law Andrew and Maria Marocchini, and sisters and brothers-in-law Conrad Ham, Anna and Arthur Cote, Frank Wentworth, Pat and Frank Marocchini. A memorial service will be held Saturday, January 21, 2017, 11:00 AM, at Nicholson & Carmon Funeral Home, 443 East St. N. (Rt. 159), Suffield, CT. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Allied Rehabilitation Services, 3 Pearson Way, Enfield, CT 06082.