Bethany A. DiMarco, 60 of Fredon, New Jersey, passed away Thursday, August 2, 2018 at her sister, Faith A. Ullmann’s home in Fredon, after a hard-fought battle with metastatic uterine cancer. Bethany was born in Yonkers, N.Y. and lived in Lake Mohawk, Sparta, N.J. through high school. Bethany attended Montclair State College, majoring in French. Bethany lived many years in Philadelphia, PA where she enjoyed a long career in the hospitality industry providing her the opportunity to travel the world. Bethany loved her dogs, Bruno and Gigi, who recently predeceased Bethany after many years of loving companionship.
Bethany is predeceased by her mother, Beverly Joan Theresa Franklin DiMarco Montague; and her father Paul A. DiMarco, Sr. both previously from Sparta, N.J. Bethany is survived by her sister Faith A. Ullmann and her husband Brad, from Fredon, N.J., and their children, Augustine F. Ullmann and his wife, Atosa, and their daughter, Lily Rose Ullmann from Aliso Viejo, CA; Brendan T. Ullmann from NY, NY and Julie L. Ullmann from Fredon, NJ; her brother Paul A. DiMarco, Jr. and his wife Laura from East Stroudsburg, PA, and Paul’s children, Marissa Howard and her husband Jeremy, living presently in Austria; and Wil DiMarco from Bethel CT; her brother Matthew L. DiMarco and his wife Trish, from Redding CA, and their children, Emily Schramm, her husband Victor and their children, Beckett and Adalynn Schramm; also from Redding CA; and Jordan DiMarco and his wife Kristene and their children Lorelai and Nicodemus DiMarco also from Redding CA; and her brother Christopher DiMarco from Santa Cruz, CA and his children, Devon, Sasha and Clive DiMarco.
Bethany is also survived by many dear friends who loved her and provided her enormous emotional support throughout her courageous battle with cancer, including Lisa and David Hayes, from Mechanicville, NY; Liz Scarlett from Philadelphia PA; Gina Forte, from NY, NY; Keli Siegel from Philadelphia and Caren Brenman from NJ.
Bethany’s family would like to thank the entire Karen Ann Quinlan staff, especially Lorraine (her aide) and Patsy (her nurse) and Visiting Angels, Sparta, NJ, especially Bella (her aide), for their compassionate and dedicated care of Bethany in her final days.
Bethany’s wishes was to be cremated and for a private remembrance of her life with immediate family only. Memorial donations in memory of Bethany A. DiMarco may be made to Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice, 99 Sparta Ave., Newton, NJ 07860. Online condolences may be sent through www.iliff-ruggierofuneralhome.com.