David Mariconda embraced loved ones, pals, NY Rangers

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He was the daily life of the bash, a jokester, a spouse and children guy and the type of “go-to” pal you call when you need to have assistance.

Even when disease left him in require of aid, David Mariconda advocated for the welfare and happiness of his new neighbors in a nursing property.

The Paterson indigenous was 63 when he died on April 9, 2020. But he made the most of his small everyday living and is probable still cheering for his beloved New York Rangers, his family members says.

“He was a Yankees, Giants and Rangers enthusiast,” stated his wife, the former Therese “Tammy” Doyle. “But his big point was the Rangers. I suggest, he was a genuinely significant Rangers admirer.”

He shared some of that hockey passion with his little ones, Gregory and Timothy.

David Mariconda

“He was a fantastic father,” Tim Mariconda said. “Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts. He was a roller hockey mentor for a few of decades.”

Tammy mentioned it was tricky for Dave to get to video games and other relatives activities, but always did his best, even when he was doing the job total time in Manhattan.

He worked in the pc payroll division of the U.S. Postal Company at its huge facility in Manhattan, throughout the road from Madison Sq. Yard.