Armando Marzullo obituary photo
 
In Memory of

Armando Marzullo

July 12, 1922 - May 13, 2017

Obituary


Born in San Marco Dei Cavoti, Benevento Italy, Armando served in WWII before immigrating in 1954 to Malden Massachusetts where he lived for many years. He spent his last 18 years in Davidsonville, Maryland where he loved to garden and make bread. He was predeceased by parents Angelo and Carmela, and wife, Angiolina. He leaves behind to always miss and cherish him, daughter Maria, son-in-law Jeff, and grandsons Nicholas and Christopher (Blake). His loss is also deeply felt by his brothers Anthony and Michael, and sister Grace (Costanzo), as well as many other relatives and...

Born in San Marco Dei Cavoti, Benevento Italy, Armando served in WWII before immigrating in 1954 to Malden Massachusetts where he lived for many years. He spent his last 18 years in Davidsonville, Maryland where he loved to garden and make bread. He was predeceased by parents Angelo and Carmela, and wife, Angiolina. He leaves behind to always miss and cherish him, daughter Maria, son-in-law Jeff, and grandsons Nicholas and Christopher (Blake). His loss is also deeply felt by his brothers Anthony and Michael, and sister Grace (Costanzo), as well as many other relatives and friends. If desired, please make a contribution in his memory to the Farmer Veteran Coalition via their website at www.farmvetco.org (Donate link and “In memory of Armando Marzullo” in the “Organization” box) or at: Farmer Veteran Coalition, 4614 2nd St., Suite 4, Davis, CA 95618 TAX Id 46-2362098



The family will receive friends at the John M. Taylor Funeral Home, 147 Duke of Gloucester Street Annapolis, MD 21401 on Sunday from 4 to 6 PM. A Funeral Service will be held in the Funeral Home Chapel on Monday at 11 am. A Celebration of Armando's Life with a memorial reception - luncheon will follow in the Funeral Home's Reception Room.