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Marie J. Perrotta
  • June 24, 1928
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  • September 19, 2013

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Obituary

Marie Josephine Perrotta, 85 of Edgewater died  Thursday, September 19, 2013 with her family by her side.  Marie was born June 24, 1928 in Manhattan, New York to the late Concetta and Joseph Falletta.  Marie married her husband Albert R. Perrotta on February 19, 1950.  They settled in Matawan, NJ to raise their five children.  Marie worked in child care development for many years.  Her love of children and people along with her nurturing, compassionate, and selfless nature was evident to all that knew her.  She is survived by her  husband of 63 years, Albert Richard; her loving and devoted children, Vincent Perrotta, Marie Thulin, Joanne (Michael) Sergent, Albert (Rhonda) Perrotta and Caroline (Michael) Kirschner; five cherished grandchildren, Christy, Michael, Joseph, Albert II, Breonna and Marie’s sister, Jean Noce.  A funeral service will be held at 1PM, Tuesday, September 24, 2013 at the Baldwin Brothers Heritage Place, 1 N. Causeway, New Smyrna Beach.   A visitation will be held beginning at 11AM until service time.  Entombment will follow at Daytona Memorial Park.  To share a memory visit www.BaldwinCremation.com.  







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  1. 11 Mar 2014
    joanne says:
    Missing you never ends.....You were so much more than just my Mother. I love you!!

  2. 26 Sep 2013
    Caroline Perrotta Kirschner says:
    You were the best mother anyone could ever wish for. I will never get used to you not being here. You were a pure and gentle soul. You are always on my mind and forever in my soul. Rest with the angels until we meet again mommy. I love you.

  3. 24 Sep 2013
    Cheryl Becker says:
    Momma Perrotta I will forever miss you and I will carry you in my heart until we meet again. You were an exceptional woman and mother. I am honored and proud to have known you.