Marty Miraglia

Celebration of the Life of Marty Miraglia
Holy Eucharist

with the Rev. Aaron Oliver, Celebrant

Paul Shackford, Eucharistic Minister
Cathie Ruppi, Music Minister
St. Andrew’s Parish Choir
St. Andrew’s Bell Choir
Deborah Gregory Fink, Soprano Soloist
David Fowler and Dorothea Mohrwinkel, Readers
Cathryn McGlone and Jim McGlone
Mark Miraglia, Eulogist
Cathryn McGlone and Jim McGlone, Ushers

Music for the Service

Prelude: Bist du Bei Mir – J.S. Bach

Hymn(H 691): My Faith Looks Up to Thee – Olivet

Offertory: Fairest Lord Jesus – St. Elizabeth

Hymn (293): I Sing a Song of the Saints of God – Grand Isle

Processional

Postlude: We Know that Christ is Raised – Dale Wood

Tolling of the Bells

Order of Service

Download and print the Service Bulletin

Download and print the Readings

Marty Miraglia Handbell Memorial List

St. Andrew’s Bell Choir, the inspiration of Marty Miraglia
 

View Service on YouTube

Be sure to downloaad the readings and bullet before you go to YouTube

 

The family will greet friends on the lawn of the rectory across the street from the church. Feel free to bring a chair if you would feel more comfortable.

 

Credits

Image of Marty Miraglia taken by Lyn Fowler

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2 thoughts on “Saturday July 17, Memorial Service for Marty Miraglia”

  1. Susan K Thornton

    As Marty’s neice, I have so many, many fond memories of growing up on our family complex in River Vale. We were truly a unique, bonded family of parents, aunts, uncles, cousins. God truly blessed our large family with such a special life style. May she rest in comfort and in the glory of God. Susan Kerber Thornton

  2. Susan K Thornton

    Dogs. They were so important to our family. One St. Andrew’s Spring Festival, there was a basket of puppies for sale. I wanted to buy one. It cost $1.00. I had only $.50. My mother was the “fortune teller” at the festival. She said “No puppy.” Uncle Jack went to bat for me and loaned me $.50 to buy a puppy. Her name was Patches. Aunt Marty created the town’s Dog 4-H club. She taught us how to train our dogs. Patches won blue and red ribbons at all the local competitions that Aunt Marty registered me in. Finally, Patches went on to the N.J. State Fair in Sussex, N.J. Aunt Marty drove me, Mark and Patches to the competition. Patches won 1st Place. Patches also helped Aunt Marty train dogs in her back yard. Patches was trained in hand signals. She was just a little black and white mutt. Aunt Marty gave us such a wonderful education in canine management. Since then, and because of Aunt Marty’s love for dogs, I have never been without a dog. Thank you Aunt Marty. Susan Kerber Thornton

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