Eugene L. Marconi Jr., 54, of Carlisle, passed away on Tuesday,
March 8, 2011, at home. He was born on Monday, November 12, 1956, in Blakely. He was a son of the late Eugene L., Sr. and
Mary C. (Shoup) Marconi.
Eugene was a 1974 graduate of Carlisle High School and was a
member of First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Carlisle. He enjoyed playing and walking with "man's best friends", his two
dogs; Mona and Mia. He was a very creative man and his talents touched many people.
Surviving are a sister, Denise L. (and husband, Thomas) Kurr
of Boiling Springs, a brother, Robert G. Marconi of Mechanicsburg and two nephews.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on
Saturday, March 19, 2011 at First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Carlisle, 100 E. High St., Carlisle, with Rev. Charles A.
Brophy officiating. Burial will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to: First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Carlisle,
21 S. Bedford St., Carlisle, PA 17013. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, is in charge of arrangements.
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Gene was such a talented man, with an incredibly sharp
wit. He was a good friend over many years. I wish him peace and a wonderful reunion with those who have gone before him.
I knew from the first day I met Gene we would become
friends. I will miss him so much, he touched my heart in so many ways and he will always be in my heart. I will miss ya buddy!
Our deepest condolences. Far too young.
My deepest sympathy to you all. I went to school w/Eugene,
but have not seen him for a couple years. He was such a nice guy. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Deb Whitten Arnsberger
Please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of this
Gene was my neighbor on Redwood Drive and I came to know him as a wonderful, generous, talented, and sensitive
May he rest in peace.
"Bud", as I knew him all our lives was a beautiful person
in his soul and out. I can remember babysitting him, his brother and sister. He was always there for me thru many trials
and tribulations in our lives as I tried to be there for him. He will be deeply missed and I will always carry him in my heart
and prayers. May he rest in peace and find the solace he needs with our Heavenly Father .
De and Rob, I loved him
like a brother, a friend, and as the wonderful person he was.
May God be with us all.
Gene and I were friends in high school. He was
a fun person. I only saw him periodically through the years, but he was always warm, and kind. Once in our senior
year, Gene and I skipped school and rode our bikes up to his parents new house in White Rock Acres, what fun! My condolences
go out to his family and those close to him.
I am saddened to learn of Gene's untimely
passing. We were high school friends and I have many fond ememories of our involvment with the musicals and with choir.
He was a gifted, multi-talented man. I regret that we had lost touch since then. You left us far too soon, Gene.
My condolences to his family.
A wonderful voice now silent. To Bud's family, A
loss too soon and felt deeply from afar. My deepest condolences to those he held dear.
A candle has been lit in the desert
and a song will be sung of his deeds.
To the family of Eugene, he was a great person. I went
to school with Gene and he was a great person, not an evil bone in his body. Willing to help with whatever. My prayers go
out to the family, he was truly blessed.
He will be missed.
Roxanne Ward Graves
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