Remigia M. Marinello

Remigia M. Marinello

August 18, 1919 - December 23, 2011

Remigia M. Marinello

August 18, 1919 - December 23, 2011


Remigia (Midge) M. Marinello was born on August 18, 1919 in Chicago, Illinois to Nicholas & Marietta Maggio. She passed to her Heavenly Father December 23, 2011 in Lake Forest, California at 92 years young. Midge began her acting career at the age of five. By the age of sixteen she was directing little theater & had established the group called ‘The Maggio Players’. She graduated with a BA degree form the Chicago Conservatory of Speech & Drama.
She continued her career until 1943 when she married Salvatore Marinello (deceased) & proceeded to raise a family. At the age of fifty she returned to her theatrical career in stage, movies & television commercials. She was a life long member of Screen Actor’s Guild & Actor’s Equity. She was an avid reader & loved acting, family & friends.

She is survived by her son Robert Marinello of Prescott, Arizona, daughter Donna Marinello-Davis & son-in-law Francis Davis of Las Vegas, Nevada.

A memorial Mass will be held on Thursday January 26, 2012 at 10:00AM at Freedom Village Pavalion, 23442 El Toro Road, Lake Forest, California. Following Mass a graveside service will be held at Ascension Catholic Cemetery, 24754 Trabuco Road, Lake Forest, California.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the American Diabetes Association online at and in memory of Remigia Marinello. Please pray for the repose of Remigia’s soul.

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8 responses to Remigia M. Marinello

  1. Donna and Bob:

    I met your parents when I was a little girl and was mightly impressed by just the sight of Midge sweeping into a room. And I’m so glad that even after they moved to CA and Mom died we kept up on a regular basis with phone calls.

    No one else I know could hold a candle to Midge – she was the QUEEN of DRAMA in my book and all the K’s adored her. Just think of the big party going on up there with Sul, Al, Eileen and Midge. Al is giving you what for constantly and you’re loving it!

    So glad that in our last phone conversation on Dec. 18, Midge and I ended it all giggling.


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  3. Tommy I don’t recognize your name. How did you know Remigia?

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