In Memory

Marcella Cayia

Marcella Cayia

It is with great sadness that I pass this news on to you.  

One of our own, our dear friend and classmate, Marcella Cayia has passed on.   

Marcella died yesterday, on the morning of Friday November 30, 2018 after a long on and off battle with cancer for the past 15 years.  

Obituary notice here.

Funeral Mass and Services have been arranged for our friend Marcella.

Visitation will be on Friday, December 14, 2018 from 6 PM to 9 PM at the Barbara Falowski Funeral Home, 300 SW 6th Street, Ft Lauderdale, 33315.  

Funeral Mass will be on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 12:00 PM at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, 901 NE 2nd Street, Ft Lauderdale, FL  33301.  

The Mass will be followed by a Celebration of Marcella's Life at the Cayia Home, 2237 NE 15th Court, Ft Lauderdale, FL  33304  (behind Pier 1 Imports off of US 1)

Thank you.  

Additional commentary and interaction by our classmates can be found on the STA74 BDC group on Facebook. 

Thank you.

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12/01/18 05:03 PM #1    

Peggy Barrett (Weniger)

It is so sad to get these notices of our classmates illnesses and deaths.  I remember Marcella as a very classy lady and beautiful inside & out.  Such a loss. Peggy  

12/02/18 11:12 AM #2    

Patricia Arnold (Beverly)

Marcella was a good listener and was very kind and gracious. So sorry to hear this news and praying for her family.

12/02/18 01:51 PM #3    

Rich Hohman

Marcella was a force - always positive and happy and smiling.  Yes, beautiful inside and out.  Marcella kept her positive spirit throughout her battle with cancer.  You will be missed, Marcella, rest in peace without pain and know the tremendous impact you had on the friends and family who loved you. 

12/04/18 11:17 AM #4    

John Sause

I remember Marcella very vividly as a stueent. She was always upbeat and loved life.
Even though I was at St. Thomas for only a year, she made an impression upon everyone
that encountered her.  Undoubtedly, all the students and faculty felt that their lives
were enriched by her joyous soul.  Heaven is also blessed to have her among the elect
where she suffers no longer and her joy is beyond our human comprehension.  In God's
Mercy, I look forward to meeting her again when he calls me home. 
John Sause

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