Carmen Marnell Obituary, Resident of Manchester Township, NJ Has Died - Death Cause

Carmen Marnell Obituary, Resident of Manchester Township, NJ Has Died – Death Cause

Carmen Marnell Death, Obituary – We would like to extend our most sincere sympathies to Carmen M. Marnell’s family and friends on the occasion of her passing on March 21, 2019. She was 87 years old and called Manchester Township in New Jersey her home at the time of her passing. Mr. Marnell was not only a respected member of the MKA and Montclair Academy communities, but he was also a significant influence in the lives of a significant number of students.

Carmen Marnell was an attentive and loving parent to his eight children: Nicholas Marnell ’76 (Eileen), Laura Garvey ’78, Michele Zatorski ’80, Karen Marnell ’81 (Ken Irving), Janine Wishnow ’83 (Rick), Gina Heuck (James), James Marnell (Alyssa), and Michael Marnell. He devoted 46 years of his life to being Diane’s (née Bongiovanni) doting husband (Shelby). His parents, Nicholas and Theresa Marnell, gave him and his brother James a good upbringing in Hazleton, Pennsylvania.

He was born there on May 7, 1935, and his parents’ names are Nicholas and Theresa Marnell. He attended Hazleton High School, where he was a standout not just in the classroom but also on the athletic field, participating at the varsity level in football, basketball, and baseball. He went to Hazleton High School. He received his diploma with honors in both of his areas of study.

After completing his high school education, he went on to study at Columbia University, where he not only excelled academically but also made a name for himself on the football team. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree. He received his master’s degree from the University of Scranton, where he also completed his education. In 1957, Carmen began his career as a teacher at Montclair Academy, and he remained at the school even after it merged with Montclair Kimberley Academy, resulting in the new name of the institution.

After that, he began working at the school, where he eventually became the Associate Headmaster and the Director of Athletics. In these roles, he was responsible for coaching many sports, including football, basketball, and fencing. He coached a large number of high school athletes, many of them went on to compete professionally or even in the Olympics. Several of the athletes he coached went on to win medals.