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John Marino

In Loving Memory

Marino, John A.

Marino, John A. Monday November 27, 2023. Husband of Teresa Marino (nee Lamprecht). Dear father of Johnny (Molly) Marino and Andrew (Cecilia) Marino. Dear son of John R. and Shirley Marino. Dear brother of Nicholas Marino and Lisa (Ken) Anvender. Our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great uncle, nephew, cousin and friend.

Memorial Mass at St. Paul Church (Fenton) on Saturday December 23 at 10:00 am. Private Interment at Resurrection Cemetery. Member of the Italia-America Bocce Club and the Knights of Columbus. In lieu of flowers, contributions to St. Paul-St. Vincent de Paul Society, 15 Forest Knoll Dr., Fenton, Mo. 63026 appreciated. Kutis South County service.


18 thoughts on “Marino, John A.”

  1. John befriended me when I first moved to Stl over 40 years ago. We worked at A. G. Edward’s together. Although we lost touch for a while we’ve stayed friends. We reconnected more than a year ago. My prayers for all his friends and family who will miss him terribly. I know I will.

  2. Very sorry to hear about John’s passing….worked with him at Valley Steel in the late 80’s. He was a good guy, intelligent and always willing to help.
    May he rest in peace.

    Mike Gallo

  3. Teresa, I’m so deeply saddened to see this notice. My heart goes out to you. Please accept my condolences. John is a child of God and he’s with Him now. This must be a difficult time for all who love him, so I’m sending prayers. All love to you, Nina Kelly, JFK, Class of ’79

  4. Dear Nephew of Leo A Marino & Judy Marino May God Bless all of Johnny’s family and friends. He will forever be in our hearts.

  5. Teresa and boys,
    Mark and I are so saddened by this news. Our hearts go out to you and all your family.
    God bless,
    Susie & Mark

  6. My deepest sympathy to John’s family. John was my first friend at the Italia-America Bocce Club as he sponsored me in 2018. He was always smiling and loved being around people. He will be missed. Prayers for John and family.

  7. John, Shirley, Teresa, & family: please know that you are in our prayers & thoughts. I can only imagine how much your son, your husband, your father, John, will be missed. I believe, however, that he is now in a happier & more beautiful existence than anyone on this earth could ever imagine. Never doubt that.

  8. I met the Marino family at the Italia America Bocce Club in 2010. I was amazed by the love John and Nick had for their parents. John talked about his parents and how important it was to spend time with them. Father and two sons played on the same team for many years. John, you will be missed. Play a few rounds of bocce in heaven!!!

  9. Teresa, Johnny and Andrew-

    Kathy and I are so very sorry for your loss.

    I enjoyed the time John and I had talking hockey at Affton, Army/Navy, and the occasional discussion about the love of our Italian heritage.

    Please know that you are in our prayers.

    God Bless

  10. Dear Teresa and family,
    Please accept our condolences, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Sending much love to you and your family.

  11. Dear Family, I will always treasure the times I had with John (and all of you) when we were young. It was very special to me that John always made the effort to keep us connected over the years … not an easy task because time and distance are not friends of relationships. It is difficult to watch the ones we love struggle but comforting to know that God is there, especially in the hardest times. I will always remember our carefree days playing and laughing at our many family parties. Years later, when we would travel to visit each other, it would be as if we had never been apart. I am grateful for every minute we had together and very sad that there will be no more memories. I am sorry for your pain during this time and will continue to pray for God’s healing touch for each of you. I miss my cousin and my friend.


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