Louis Marchesani Obituary, In Loving Memory Of Beloved Philadelphia PA, Resident

Louis Marchesani Obituary, Death – We are saddened to inform you that Louis P. Marchesani passed away on September 12, 2023 at the age of 66. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends. A legacy of love, warmth, and a genuine dedication to one’s family is what he leaves behind after his passing. Hildy Christensen cherished having Louis as her husband, and Olivia Marchesani adored having Louis as her father. Louis was a caring parent.

His cherished son Louis Marchesani passed away before him, and he is survived by his stepdaughter Zoe Ganoudis and her husband Zach VanTrieste. He is also survived by his daughter-in-law. Louis Marchesani was a devoted son to his parents, Louis and JoAnn Marchesani, and a beloved brother to Francis Marchesani and Nicholas Marchesani, who passed away.

His extended family, which included his aunt Eleanor McKenna and his cousin Sara (Jim) Moreland, as well as his cousins Patrick McKenna, John McKenna, Mark McKenna, and Eleanor (Jim) McKelvey, had a special place in their hearts for Louis. The memories that they have in common will always have a special place in both of their hearts.

At the viewing, which will be held on Saturday morning, September 16th, from 9:00 to 10:15 A.M. at St. Monica Church, which can be found at the intersection of 17th and Ritner Streets, relatives and close friends are invited to pay their respects to the deceased. After the visitation, there will be a funeral mass beginning at 10:30 in the morning.

A small funeral service for Louis that will only be attended by immediate family members will be held. In lieu of sending flowers, the family asks that memorial contributions be made in Louis’s name. This is a sincere way for the family to honor his generous nature and his commitment to giving back to the community. We pray that Louis rests in perfect peace and that his legacy serves as a solace and a source of motivation for all of us. He will be sorely missed but will not be forgotten in our hearts.