Marianne Chiappone

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Marianne Chiappone

Marianne Chiappone, daughter of Mary (Scott) Chiappone and Joseph Chiappone, left the planet on July 26, 2018 with her family by her side. Her spirit remained strong as she endured health issues for three years. Marianne was born on October 12,1948 and graduated from Lockport High School in 1966.
She maintained many lifelong friendships. She eventually moved to Anna Maria Island, Florida, where she pursued her dream. She became a certified Culinary Arts Chef. She worked two jobs and raised her children while attending school.
She later moved to Hudson Valley, NY, to be near her children and grandchildren. She worked as a sous chef at a convent in New Windsor, NY, and further pursued her education at The Manhattan Institute of Integrated Nutrition, graduating with honors as a certified holistic health practitioner. She lived her life to the fullest.
She is survived by her ex-spouse, lifelong friend and father of her three children, Bobby Kronenberg; and her son, Jeremy Chiappone; daughters, Jessica Kronenberg, Jenifer (Kronenberg) Flynn, and her wife, devoted daughter-in-law, Lani Ricozzi; brother, Joseph (Cheryl) Chiappone; sister, Susanne Martin, and brother-in-law, David Martin. She has five grandchildren, Sean, Lukas and Grace Flynn. Mikayla (Zachary) Rougeaux and Arianna Chiappone; great-grandson, Ares Zander Rougeaux. Her youngest sister, Diane Chiappone, passed away seven years ago, but not before she and Marianne did some traveling out west.
Marianne left strict instructions for after her passing and those wishes were fulfilled by her children. She wanted a party with excellent food, open bar and a dance floor packed with her family and friends while her favorite rock 'n roll and blues music played. It was a celebration of her life. She will be missed by many.
Published on August 9, 2018
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