Provided by Hamel-Lydon Chapel & Cremation Service of Massachusetts
Richard Marino, age 64, of Quincy, MA passed suddenly on January 30, 2022. He leaves behind his wife Debra Duncan Marino, his two daughters Tara Marino and Tamara Marino, his sister-in-laws Diane Duncan of Camdenton, Missouri and Denise Cannon of Braintree, brother in law Wayne Duncan of New Hampshire, and longtime good friend Mario Tronca of Quincy. Beloved friend of Mary Wright of Athens, Texas, Mike Hendrickson of Texas. Richard is also survived by many other relatives and friends.
Richard was preceded in passing by his late father Augustine Marino and his mother Catherine (Coughlin) Marino and his sister Christine Marino.
He was proud to be in the North Quincy High Football Hall of Fame.
Richard was an Air Force Veteran serving as a Law Enforcement Specialist in Langley Air Force Base in VA, Randolph Air Force Base in TX, and Homestead Air Force Base in FL. After serving in the Air Force he worked for International Union of Operating Engineers Local 4 Boston, MA.
Richard loved spending time with family and friends singing country music, playing the guitar, and karate.
Hamel Lydon Chapel and Cremation Service of MA is assisting the family in arrangement. A burial at Pine Hill cemetery will be private.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Quincy Veteran’s Services 24 High School Avenue Quincy, MA 02169.