Marlena Martino, 36, passed away peacefully on Jan. 12, 2019. Preceded in death by her father, Tony Martino; and grandparents. Survived by her mother, Sheralee (Casey) Brown; sister, Gabrielle Brown; and many aunts, uncles and cousins from the Martino, Piscola and Brown families. Marlena loved cooking, traveling and animals. She especially loved her dog, Buddy. Private services were held. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. RIP Mar,

    I didn’t know what happened to you until today. I was wondering why I haven’t heard anything from you until I found this on google. I know you are dancing in the clouds with your daddy. Tell your dad hi for me. So many great memories of you. Now I know why Colorado has had so much rainfall this year, keeping all the farmers happy. I know you guys are watching over all the fruits!
    Rip to 2 of my friends!

  2. I remember Marlena from my second grade class many years ago. She was an eager, bright student and a strong, confident girl. I am sorry to learn that she is gone so soon.

  3. Love you SiS sry I didn’t get to say good bye I tried to get Tony’s ashes out of Dave’s car The Evil one in the End R.I.P lil sis I wish you would have slowed down

  4. Dear Family,
    I you my heartfelt condolence on the loss of your dear family member. May John 5:28,29 truly strengthen you to reflect on God’s promises to bring back to life your dear loved one to a beautified earth where she can be reunited with her family, and never have to get sick and die, ever again. (Psalm 37:11,29; Isaiah 33:24)

  5. I worked with Marlena a good while at Convergys and had many good laughs, deep conversations and loved hearing what dish she was cooking up next. Rip Marlena, your beautiful smile will always be remembered.

  6. I worked with Marlena a good while at Convergys and had many good laughs, deep conversations and loved hearing what dish she was cooking up next. Rip Marlena, your beautiful smile will always be remembered.

  7. I worked with Marlena a good while at Convergys and had many good laughs, deep conversations and loved hearing what dish she was cooking up next. Rip Marlena, your beautiful smile will always be remembered.

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