marciametzinger
Sunday, April 15, 2007. Survived by her loving husband of 43 years, Al Metzinger; 4 nieces and nephews; many friends. Marcia is a retired 1st Grade School Teacher, working for the West Irondequoit School District for over 30 years. She enjoyed extensive traveling with her husband throughout her retirement and enjoyed golfing. Marcia especially enjoyed traveling to Bermuda. No prior calling. Her Memorial Service will be held, Thursday, 10AM in the Chapel of Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home,1075 Long Pond Road. Interment held at the convenience of family. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1400 Winton Road, Rochester, NY 14609 in her memory.

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  1. Al,
    Just want to express my deepest sympathy for your loss of Marcia. Life goes by too quickly, seems like yesterday we were very young and having fun at a Halloween party. If ever in Buffalo, please call or visit.
    Will remember Marcia in my prayers.

    God Bless, Elaine

  2. Al, I am so sorry for your loss. She was such a kind and spirited woman. I am grateful that you and Marcia came down to help with Dolores. I enjoyed knowing her, and wish you all the best.

  3. Al, So many great memories, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Pool…I will always cherish what you and Marcia have meant to me.
    Remember we’re here for you.

  4. Al,
    I can’t imagine, none of us can, what you are going through. The two of you are such an inspiration to all of us on what marriage and friendship is.

  5. Al,

    I will miss Marcia’s wonderful smile and warm greetings. I feel lucky to have known such a spirited couple as you and Marcia.

    God bless, Donald

  6. I am deeply sorry for your loss. I thought it appropriate to tell you a neat story about Mrs. Metzinger. She was my 1st grade teacher, I believe her first year of teaching at Lakeview School. Then she was my son’s 1st grade teacher at Colebrook in her last year of teaching. My son truly loved her as a teacher. She was great at what she did and connected very much with the children. You are in my prayers.
    Diana Neese Rinck

  7. I was fortunate enough to teach with Marcia at Colebrook School. She was our team leader. She made Colebrook a great place to learn as well as to work. She even got some of us on the golf course with her. Since she introduced me to golf, I’ve spent many enjoyable hours on the golf course. Thank you Marcia! I was very sad to hear about her passing and my thoughts are with you Al. I was unable to attend her memorial service but friends filled me in on some of the stories shared by Al.

  8. Marcia was always so kind to me. Welcomed me into the family with such enthusiasm. I’ll never forget her kindness. She had a wonderful laugh and used it often. What a gal! I know you miss her more than words can say. Our toughts and prayers are with you.

  9. Marcia, we will miss seeing your smiling face at the store and sharing in travel stories. Our thoughts are with you Al, we wish you peace and wonderful memories.
    Tom & Lori

  10. Mrs. Metzinger was my 1st grade teacher at Lakeview. I still remember her kind voice, I’m 38 now, and the patience she had with all of us. Back then we had only been in New York for a short while, and I still had a Pennsylvania accent, which a lot of the other kids teased me about, so therefore, I rarely spoke in class. But Mrs. Metzinger was always there to put me at ease and with her patience, eventually brought me out of my shell. My thoughts and prayers to her family. Now Heaven has a special teacher to help with the angels.

  11. We are so sorry to here of Marcia’s passing. She will alway’s be in our prayers. Because of my health problems, we will be unable to attend the Memorial Service . Please contact us at your convenience. Dick Will

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