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IN MEMORIAM: MarcAnthony J. Yonnone

Leaves Family Mourning After 10 Weeks

MarcAnthony Yonnone

ONEONTA – MarcAnthony Jack Yonnone was born on Monday, Nov. 19, 2018, at 9:49 a.m. to his loving parents, Carmine Yonnone IV and Heather Romeo. He weighed 6.5 pounds and was 18.5 inches long.
MarcAnthony’s family was blessed to have spent 10 weeks with him before he went to his heavenly home the morning of Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019.

Although he wasn’t here for long, MarcAnthony touched so many hearts.

His smile was truly infectious. He loved being cuddled by his parents, having his brother and sister play with him, as well as being tickled. MarcAnthony is deeply loved by his parents and his siblings, along with all he met and will always be missed.

MarcAnthony is survived by his parents, Heather Romeo and Carmine Yonnone IV and his siblings, Sophie Yonnone and Carmine Yonnone V, all of Oneonta; his grandparents, MarcAnthony and Janine Romeo of Bremerton, Washington and Carmine C. Yonnone III of New Windsor and Eileen Payne of Horseheads; as well as aunts, Samantha and Patricia Jackson of Bremerton, Washington and Jessica Yonnone and Greg Meyer of East Meredith.

Friends are invited to greet the family from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 9, at Lester R. Grummons Funeral Home, 14 Grand St., Oneonta, where a memorial service will follow at 3 p.m. with the Rev. David Mickiewicz officiating.

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Arrangements are by the Lester R. Grummons Funeral Home, Oneonta.


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