Marilyn D. Bisconti 77 of Temple died Sunday evening in her residence. She was the wife of Joseph R. Bisconti. They shared a loving marriage of fifty-nine years.
Born in Reading, she was the daughter of the late William and Mary (Himmershitz) Greisemer.
Surviving in addition to her husband is a son, Christian S. Bisconti of Cumru Township. Two daughters; Marci Ann wife of Steven S. Moser of Muhlenberg Township, and Shelli wife of Thomas Kinck of Blandon.
Seven grandchildren; Jeffrey Bisconti, Leah Moser, Torri Kinek, Kaley wife of Tyler Quillman, Mitchell Kinek, Joseph Kinek, and Benjamin Bisconti.
She was predeceased by a son, Jeffery Bisconti
Marilyn began her career as a switchboard operator with the former Bell Telephone Company, and Metropolitan Edison Company. Later she became the secretary/treasurer of Frank Bisconti & Son of Temple. She was the former owner of MJ Mc Bud and the Leesport Flower Shop. She retired in 2008 from the family business of Wyomissing Specialties of Bernville.
Mrs. Bisconti was very active with the Muhlenberg School District serving on the board. She, also, served on the governing body of Berks County Intermediate Unit. She was a graduate of Muhlenberg High School.
Private funeral services from Milkins Giles Funeral Home, Inc. Temple Interment in Gethsemane Cemetery.
Family would appreciate contributions in Marilyn memory to Heartland Hospice, 2201 Ridgewood Road, #180, Wyomissing, PA 19610.
My sincere sympathy to Marilyn's family and friends. I had the opportunity to work with Marilyn on the BCIU board for a long time. I got to know her as a warm, friendly, and caring woman. She had a great sense of humor, and we were often struggling not to chuckle at something she or I whispered to each other during a meeting. She was genuine and a beautiful lady, inside and out. God bless.
We want to express our most sincere sympathy to the Bisconti from your friends Joe and Renee Nalate
Our sincere sympathy goes out to the Bisconti family.
Your neighbors Joe and Sharon Talarico
We have such fond, warm memories of Sis, of all the good times shared by good friends. To her, we wish a peaceful, safe passage forward; to Joe and the rest of the Bisconti family, we wish strength, healing and love.
-- Charlie & Joan Eckert and family
Sincere sympathy to Marci and her family.
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