November 14, 1956 ~ June 8, 2019
Born in: Rochester, NY,
Resided in: Rochester, NY
Donald J. Marciano, Jr. Rochester: Saturday, June 8, 2019 at age 62. Predeceased by his mother, Joanne Marciano; father, Donald Marciano, Sr.; sister, Ann Hemdal. Survived by his children, Amy (Keith) Grieve, Christopher (Jenny) Marciano; his grandchildren, Kailyn Webber, Reagan Grieve, Allie Marciano, Kyler Grieve, Morgan Marciano, Samantha Marciano; his companion, Laurie O’Toole; his sister, Susan (Arthur) Keiser; his brother, Robert (Diane) Marciano; many nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. Donald enjoyed hunting, fishing, boating and traveling with his family. He lived life to the fullest and will be dearly missed by all. Services held privately. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society in his memory. For more information or to sign Donald’s online guestbook, please visit Meesonfamily.com.
Brother your time came way to soon and you will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved you.
Diane and myself are so glad we got to do so many things together these last few years and thank you for always including us. I will forever cherish our snowmobile trip we took to Quebec this past March and think about it everyday.
You are missed more than you will ever know.
All our love.
Diane & Bobby
May you find peace in your loving memories. Love Uncle Russell Cappizzi, Aunt Joyce Madonia, Uncle Joey Mazzara, Aunt Florie La Cagnina, Laura La Cagnina, Florie Schoen and Frances Bianchi
Sure did have fun riding snowmobile with Don and Bob, we will miss you.
Are thoughts and prayers are with you all!!! I will always remember his infectious smile, and his unconditional love and support for his children!!! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all…
My deepest sympathy to all of you. Living next to the Marciano family in Hilton years ago, I have many happy memories of all the kids. I saw Donnie (and his siblings) when his mom died. He was the Donnie I remember — smiling, joking, upbeat … it was wonderful seeing him and chatting with him. He’ll always live in the hearts of those he loved and who love him. Again, my condolences.