Carolina Belzano (née Marin), beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister, passed away peacefully on June 20, 2023, at the age of 84. Born on January 21, 1939, in the Italian colony of Tripoli, Libya. Carolina was the daughter of Roberto and Maria Marin.
Carolina faced numerous challenges throughout her life, bravely battling chronic illness for 17 years. Despite the challenges she endured, she loved life and had a tremendous will to live.
Carolina was a devoted mother to her five children, James E. Reisinger III, Linda M. Aldinger, Dianna L. Reisinger, Robert D. Reisinger, and Caroline A. Reisinger. She was also a cherished grandmother to three grandchildren, Adam J. Aldinger, Brianna M. McConnell and Nicholas R. Reisinger. As well as, a proud great-grandmother to four great-grandchildren. She found immense joy in spending time with her family.
Carolina Margarita Lucia Barcelona Marin was her full name given at birth. She married our father in Tripoli, and moved to the United States in 1956, bringing along her first-born son. She became a Naturalized American Citizen on March 3, 1961.
She always tried to maintain an uplifting attitude. Her signature phrase, “I’ll treat on it,” is what she would say when trying to find a solution to the challenges she encountered. Carolina will be fondly remembered for her courage, determination, kindness and beauty.
In addition to her role as a devoted mother, Carolina Belzano accomplished much throughout her life. Not only a gifted artist, leaving behind many beautiful paintings, she received her AA Degree from Saddleback College, which she was very proud of. She also obtained her Real Estate License, and loved selling Real Estate.
In addition to her immediate family, Carolina is pre deceased by her brother Leonoardo Marin, and sister Margarita LaHue. Survived by four siblings, Carlo Marin, Gianfranco Marin, Renzo Marin and Tarcisio Marin.
Carolina Belzano will forever be remembered as a beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, and friend. She will be deeply missed.
Carolina forever leaves behind a legacy of love. May her artistic spirit forever thrive and may her soul rest in eternal peace.