Deane Girard Marfone

Deane Girard Marfone

September 06, 1955 - March 03, 2021
Laguna Hills California

Deane Girard Marfone

September 06, 1955 - March 03, 2021
Laguna Hills California


Deane Girard Marfone
September 6, 1955- March 3, 2021

Deane passed away after a long battle with Atypical Parkinson’s at the age of 65.

Deane was born in Troy, New York to Patrick and Celia Marfone. They moved to King of Prussia, Pennsylvania when he was one. He went to Upper Merion High School and then on to Lehigh University. He moved to Southern California in the early 80’s but was always just a guy from Philly.

Singing the Lehigh Fight song at the top of his lungs, yelling “Let’s go Flyers” even when they weren’t the team that was playing, and a forever Eagles fan. He was beyond thrilled to see the Superbowl Win and kept saying ” I can’t believe they finally did it”.

Deane was in sales his whole career. He made many friends along the way and always kept in contact with them, asking about their families because Deane was first and foremost a family guy.

He was an amazing husband and father. Many of the friends he made came from coaching his kids on the soccer field, baseball diamond and softball field. If he wasn’t the coach, you always could hear Deane cheering on his kids from the sidelines. He was their number one fan.

He is survived by his wife of thirty years, Chris, his four children – Olivia (29), Isabella (28), Celia (27), and Vincent (25), his brother Patrick Jr. (wife, Linda), and his many nieces, nephews, and friends from coast to coast.

Funeral Service will be April 5th at Mission Basilica @ 11am
Private Graveside Burial @ Pacific View Cemetery
Reception at Marfone Residence @ 2pm



Funeral Mass

  • Date & Time: April 5, 2021 (11:00 AM)
  • Venue: Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano
  • Location: 31520 Camino Capistrano San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675 - (Get Directions)

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36 responses to Deane Girard Marfone

  1. Deane will always have a special place in my heart. Working in the Irvine office of Network Associates together was a blast. Never a dull moment as Deane’s voice, laughter and energy filled the space. I learned so much from Deane and his taking a chance on me set my life on an incredible path. I’ve long forgotten most of the managers I’ve worked for, but not Deane. He is a one-of-a-kind energetic and spirited guy that left a deep impression. I will forever be grateful for the impact he made in my life.

  2. Deane was a great mentor and friend to me. He was always there to guide and help as needed both professionally and personally. He was full of life as well as humor and is already dearly missed! Thank you, kind sir, for everything you gave and did along the way! I for one will be forever, positively changed given the time we spent together. Know you’re loved my friend!

  3. I was so very sorry to hear of Dean’s passing. We were friend in high school and he was a blast!! He still looks the same in his picture, just gray hair!! What a character and wonderful friend. He was very kind and very fun to be around. We will miss him.
    Judith Blair Alleva

  4. OMG, not only was Deane a neighbor, and we went to the same school (UM), but I worked with Deane in the early 80s with a crazy group of people at Shade! I remember Deane as a fun loving guy and lots of fun. We lost contact after Shade, but I’m sure he will be missed by all that knew him! Always remember Deane and his brother Pat from Lincoln Park on Prince Frederick Street. RIP

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