Mary "Marisha" Walsh
January 28, 1951 - January 20, 2022
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home
Steven Savard
Nardi's Tavern Crew
Jackie Reich
Linda & Mark Czarzasty
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Mary “Marisha” Karpinski Walsh, 70, of Old Bridge passed away on Thursday, January 20th surrounded by her loving family.  Mary lived life to the fullest. She was happiest spending time with friends and family on Long Beach Island. She enjoyed listening to live music by her favorite Shore bands all summer long. Mary loved sharing …
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Sharon Harr left a message on January 26, 2022:
What are imprints that someone like Mary makes on your life. My unique memories of her are of a neighbor always beckoning me over for a drink and a laugh. Not only would she want to have a drink but wouldn’t a pajama party be fun. So , yes, Mary went and got us all matching pjs to wear sitting on her balcony and we would forget all our cares in the world for an hour or so . Mary was generous with her wine, her laugh and spirit . It was hard keeping track of Mary going back and forth to LBI with a cart full of finds (from TJ Maxx?) . When you needed a donation to a cause she would always be the first to freely give, always generous. I have these images of Mary proudly showing off her LBI house, sitting on the roof , watching the beautiful view, or in Old Bridge sitting contently doing some adult coloring books - All uniquely Mary, RIP neighbor.
Chris Hayashida & Sareeta Shah left a message on January 26, 2022:
We are so sorry to have lost such a wonderful person. Thank you for raising such wonderful children. Brian has always been a wonderful friend and is an example to everyone around him and as former teachers, we are so thankful that he is shaping the minds of children today. We love you Brian and we're thinking of you.
Chris Hayashida left a message on January 26, 2022:
Mary, although I only had the opportunity to meet you a few times, I will miss you. You raised one of the best people I have the honor of calling a lifelong friend. Brian is the embodiment of the examples and values you've instilled in him and I thank you for shaping such a wonderful person.
Joe and Mary Mitaro left a message on January 26, 2022:
We spent almost every weekend together. She had a unique personality and was always fun to hang around. She was truly inimitable. We will miss her laughs, her sometimes misguided views, and her funny requests for songs she liked our bands to play. We love you and will miss you always. Joe and Mary
Steven Savard left a message on January 25, 2022:
Mary, you and your family were the first people to truly make us feel welcome when we first moved to the US. You were definitely one of a kind, and were like a second mom to me. I'm sad I'll still never have beaten you in backgammon. Rest in peace xoxo
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Maryann Mitaro -pietropaolo left a message on January 25, 2022:
Marisha it was an honor and a pleasure to call you my friend. The void that is left is immense I can only imagine your family’s pain. My prayers are with you all and the the joy of the birth of her grandchild in February. I will miss you and love you forever
Paulette Dreher left a message on January 25, 2022:
Mary was uniquely Mary! We had some great times in LBI and will miss her. Our deepest condolences to her family.
Michael Stein left a message on January 25, 2022:
My deepest condolences to the family and friends. I will always miss our many conversations we had over the years, and I hope you have endless supplies of chardonnay up in heaven. You are truly loved by us at Nardis and will be greatly missed.
Nardi's Tavern Crew left a message on January 25, 2022:
Our deepest condolences goes out to Mary and her family. Mary was always one of our favorite customers who was always so kind and made us laugh. She will be truly missed. We will always remember her.
Hania Karpinski left a message on January 24, 2022:
My heart is broken, never to be whole again. My sister and best friend was taken way too soon. I will miss her living upstairs from me, our great times together and all the good and bad times we went through. She was such a big part of my life and we shared so much together. I still haven’t come to accept the fact that she is gone. Marisha was a great mother and her children were everything to her, she was so proud of them. Marisha loved her family and her many good friends. She had a big heart and a generous spirit. She would help her friends and neighbors whenever needed. We had so many good times and I will keep those close to my heart and in my memory. I don’t know what happens when one enters into the next phase, but my greatest hope is that she is surrounded by family and friends and is at peace. “ May there be a “Nardi’s” within walking distance. Love you forever Hania
Jackie Reich left a message on January 23, 2022:
I submitted my condolences at least an hour ago. How can I see mine and those that also commented.
Linda & Mark Czarzasty left a message on January 23, 2022:
Our hearts are broken…we love you and will miss you my friend!
Linda & Mark Czarzasty left a message on January 23, 2022:
We will miss your infectious smile and laugh! You always had a kind heart and will miss you my friend! Until we meet again…we love you! Linda & Mark
Jackie Reich left a message on January 23, 2022:
I hardly know what to say. I am beyond sad and sorry. We spent so much time together when we were younger. You were one of the funniest people I knew. So much fun down the shore and in the city. So many memories. My heart aches Marisha. It was so good to see you and your daughter when you came out to Los Angeles. We laughed, probably had too many cocktails and automatically pick up our friendship as if no time had passed at all. My deepest condolences to your family. You will be missed by many and loved always. Make them laugh in heaven. God Bless. Jackie
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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