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Marijane V. Natoli

She passed away on April 22nd at 71 years of age. A highly respected teacher for fifty years in the U.S. and Germany. She taught Natoli, Marijanereading for many years at Pentucket Regional Middle School in West Newbury, MA and Sacramento, CA. She also taught English in York City, NH and Frankfort, Germany. She recently retired from Bunker Hill Community College’s ABE program at the Chelsea, MA campus. She was a literary being who had a passion for reading and letter correspondence. Because she was very politically conscious, she enjoyed her years working for the Revere Election Department.

Marijane passed away on April 22nd in her Revere residence following a lengthy illness.

Marijane was a competitive horseman and roller skater in her early years. Later, she became a professional skating instructor. Then her creative and curious personality led her to travel the world.

Her greatest passion, however, was for animals. She raised wired hair fox terriers and supported various animal foundations.
Marijane’s clever wit, perception, generosity and zest for life and fine dining endeared her to many.
She was a unique older sister who we all strive to emulate. She leaves her sisters; Susan Natoli Anderson of Somersworth, New Hampshire, Victoria A. Natoli of Revere and her brother Cliff Natoli of Foxboro, MA.
She leaves behind her two nieces; Sarah Anderson Stimpson of Washington State and Naomi Anderson of Dover, New Hampshire as well as many cherished family members and friends.


Funeral Services were private


Remembrances may be made to the MSPCA-Angell, Attn: Donations, 350 South Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02130.

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  1. Diane Paxton
    Apr 26 2015

    MJ will be greatly missed for her love of the beach, animals, (including skunks), the Metropolitan Opera auditions, and the Waltons. She had a unique view on life’s little moments that can never be duplicated. We had many fun adventures together!
    My heart is with her friends and family at this sad time.

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