Lovey Dielendik Marshall Fasci, 87, of Bristol, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at home. She was born on August 3, 1933 in Bristol, daughter of the late Gregory and Tetania Samosevich Dielendik.
Lovey was the loving wife of the late Daniel Fasci, whom passed away in 2018. A Bristol High Graduate in 1951 and attended Teacher College. She was a health aide at West Woods, South Side School and Jennings School for a total of 24 years.
Lovey and Dan were able to travel extensively. One of their favorite destinations was Italy along with the islands, Cape Cod and local beaches. For 10 plus years, she volunteered with Dan at Imagination Museum and Bristol Hospital and RSVP along with Jaycees many years ago.
She was a lifelong resident of Bristol and over 74 years as a very active member at Asbury United Methodist Church and being part of their wonderful choir and enjoyed many years in Bristol Choral Society while singing with her daughter Kathy. She loved to watch her Grandsons Justin and Alex compete in football and wrestling. She was a Cub Scout and Brownie leader and a former member of Jaycee Wives. In the past few years enjoyed “Golden Girl Fridays” where Mamadoo was the ringleader.
ovey is survived by her children Kirk Marshall, Kathy Marshall, Gregory Marshall, Christine Ferraro – 1 of the Golden Girls. Daniel Fasci, Diane Stephenson, Donna Cashdan and Dawn Politz; sons-in law Russ Cashdan and Bruce Politz and daughter-in-law Ana Liza Fasci; grandchildren, Justin Marshall, Alexander Marshall, Kirk Marshall, Emily Gallant, Anna Marie Fasci, Matthew Stephenson, Anthony Fasci, Nicholas Cashdan, Claire Cashdan, Margaret Cashdan, Spencer Politz and Benjamin Politz; great-grandchildren, Adam Gallant, Jacob Gallant and Joy Lovey Gallant; sisters-in-laws Theresa Posadas (one of the Golden Girls) Barbara Fasci and Cheryl Fasci and Barbara O’Flaherty; and a special niece, Beverly Manganaro along with several nieces and nephews.
Besides her husband, Daniel, Lovey is predeceased by her parents and sisters Sophie Spencer and Annie Pipke and brother John Dubowski.
Memorial service will be held at a later date when it is safe to gather again.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, act.alz.org.
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