Marian D’Onofrio Coons

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Marian D’Onofrio Coons 67 of Hudson, and lifelong resident, passed away peacefully at Columbia Memorial Hospital in Hudson on Saturday March 21, 2020. Born in Hudson, she was the daughter of the late Anthony J. and Mary M. (Flanagan) D’Onofrio. Marian was a deeply religious person and a faithful communicant of St. Mary’s/ Holy Trinity Parish in Hudson. She had no enemies, always a kind word for everyone and a loving and caring person. She worked as a Nurses Aide at Columbia Memorial Hospital for 45years until illness forced her retirement in 2017. She treasured the days she spent helping others. She will be greatly missed by her loving husband Edward T. Coons, stepsons: Tommy Coons, Jeffrey (Cindy) Coons, Adam (Katie) Coons and Andrew (Jessica) Coons and her much loved grandchildren Rian, Logen and Lily Coons. Also surviving are her sister: Patricia(Bob) Wright, sister-in-law Alice (Chuck) Hoffman and family, brothers-in-law: Jack (Jean) Coons, James Coons and family, niece Michelle Wright Nappi (Michael), Nephew Raymond (Melissa) Wright and children as well as many cousins especially Paul, Joe, Tom and Gennarino D’Onofrio and extended family members that she loved dearly. She was pre-deceased by her brother John Anthony D’Onofrio and her nephew Robert Wright on June 20, 2002.The family would like to acknowledge all of Marian’s co-workers from CMH and numerous friends who showered her with cards, visits and calls during her illness. She treasured those friendships. Also, special thanks to the staff at The Pines at Catskill where she and Eddie made many new friends, the CMH- ER staff and especially ER Nurse Justine LaValley. With all the concerns and issues faced by the medical facility, they went above and beyond with compassion and kindness, that allowed the family to spend quality time during Marian’s passing. Due to recent events, calling hours and burial at Cedar Park Cemetery will be private. A Memorial Mass at Holy Trinity Parish will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions are requested to Holy Trinity Parish PO Box 323 Hudson, NY 12534 To leave online condolences visit: www.saccofuneralhome.com

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