Marion Madere Pizzolato

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Marion Madere Pizzolato
Marion Madere Pizzolato, 85, passed away on June 7 and entered into eternal rest just seven weeks after her husband Frank passed away.

Loving and devoted wife of the late Frank Pizzolato for the past 62 years. Mother of Joey (Margie), Karen, Mary Ann Morgan (Mike), David (Maureen), Elizabeth and Michael (Baz) Pizzolato. Grandmother of David Jr. (Sheree), Laney and Taylor Pizzolato. Great-grandmother of Preston David Pizzolato.

She was the daughter of the late Leon Preston Madere and Clara Keller Madere. She is survived by brothers Preston, Earl and Jan Madere and sisters Ann Sellers and Fay Madere. She is preceded in death by brothers Jimmy and Davis Madere and sisters Lois Creel, Roberta Lynch, Mildred Madere and Dot Megas. She was a lifetime resident of Hahnville.

Marion was a registered nurse and worked in public health for years before starting her family. She and her husband reigned as king and queen of Krewe of Lul in 2005. The family would like to express sincere gratitude to Hospice Compassus and especially Lani Fonseca. Also special thanks to the staff of Ashton Manor and Luling Living Center for their compassionate care and support these past weeks. A very special thank you to GiGi Redler for her wonderful care and support. They would also like to thank the staff of Norco Adult Day Care for the excellent care for the past seven years.

Condolences may be offered at www.hcalexanderfuneralhome.com.




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