Marjorie Nappi

Obituary of Marjorie L. Nappi

Marjorie Lucille Nappi, 93, formerly of Ashtabula passed away peacefully, Tuesday, July 12, 2022, at the Danbury Senior Living Center in Brunswick, Ohio. She was born September 25, 1928, in Geneva, Ohio the daughter of the late Arthur L. and Viola (Koeckert) St. John. Marjorie graduated from Geneva High School Class of 1946. She married the love of her life William A. Nappi on October 19, 1946. Marjorie enjoyed being a mother and raising her children. She served as a Den mother while her boys were in Boys Scouts. She enjoyed gardening, Jigsaw puzzles, and playing pinochle and spite with family and friends. She was also a crafty lady and over the years made many beautiful crochet pieces, hook rugs, embroidery pieces and Swedish weaves. Mrs. Nappi was preceded in death by her husband, William A. Nappi, Sr.; sisters, Dorothy Brown and Helen Brown; brothers, Allen, George, Willis, Robert, James, Donald, Leon, David and Raymond; and her parents. She is survived by her sons, William A. (Suzanne) Nappi, Jr, and Thomas (Nanette) Nappi; brother, Arthur St. John; grandchildren, Heather Coppinger, Vincent and Stephen Nappi; and great-granddaughter, Clara Nicole. Services will be held Sunday, July 17, 2022 at 1PM at the Greenlawn Memory Gardens Mausoleum Chapel, 3140 E. Center St., North Kingsville, Ohio. Should friends desire memorial contributions may be made in her name to the Hospice of the Western Reserve, 1166 Lake Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio 44004. Zaback-Williams-Ducro Funeral Home, 500 W. Prospect Rd., Ashtabula is handling arrangements. Online obituary and condolences at www.ducro.com
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Sunday
17
July

Graveside Service

1:00 pm
Sunday, July 17, 2022
Greenlawn Memory Gardens
3140 East Center Street
North Kingsville, Ohio, United States
Sunday
17
July

Final Resting Place

1:00 pm
Sunday, July 17, 2022
Greenlawn Memory Gardens
3140 E. Center St.
North Kingsville, Ohio, United States
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