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On September 30, 2020, Marie Joyce Casaccio passed peacefully with her loving children by her side. Marie was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on February 23, 1937, to Charles Schifano and Antonetta Schifano (Principato). She was the devoted wife to her husband Edward V. Casaccio (1934-2014), and loving mother to Lisa and Ed of Alton Bay, New Hampshire, Eric of St. Petersburg, Florida, and Grandmother to Charlie of Alton Bay, New Hampshire. During high school, Marie attended a dance. She walked by Edward and said, “Hi, blue eyes,” and so it began. In 1962, Marie and Edward started their family with the arrival of Lisa. Ed followed in 1965, and Eric in 1972. As time passed, Marie and her husband built a beautiful home on Lake Winnipesaukee, where the family made many summer memories. Whenever she would walk into a room, Marie naturally became the center of attention. From her joy of playing slot machines to Nintendo video games, Marie never had a dull moment. We used to jokingly say, “It’s Marie’s world, and nobody comes between it” because no one could be as entertaining as she was. Marie enjoyed swimming, cooking, shopping, gambling, traveling, theater, game shows, breakfast with friends at Katie’s Kitchen, watching Judge Judy, and going to “the store.” She also enjoyed eating out, and if the meal was delicious, she would say, “I thoroughly enjoyed it!” In 2014, Marie took on the challenging task of renovating the lake house. She enjoyed working closely with the home designers and carpenters and was thrilled with the final results. The house is a testament to Marie’s exquisite taste that will be celebrated and remembered. The love and dedication Marie had for her children was endless. To say she would literally throw herself in front of a train for her kids would be an understatement. They have always been Marie’s pride and joy, and she loved them fiercely. Marie’s vibrant personality, along with her unfiltered directness and wit, is something that will forever be remembered and celebrated. She will always be loved and greatly missed by her children, who will keep her memory alive. **This tribute video contains the song "The Last Waltz" by Engelbert Humperdinck. It is intended for NON COMMERCIAL USE ONLY and is a favorite song of the deceased.** Link to Official Obituary: