William Marcano Jr., age 63, currently of New Rochelle, New York, has entered his peaceful rest with the almighty God on Nov. 28, 2021, in Montefiore Medical Center, Wakeman Campus in the Bronx, New York. Junior which many graciously knew him by is the son of the late William Marcano Sr., and the late Delfina Rios. He was born in Bridgeport but had relocated various times in his life as a Pastor of the Gospel of Jesus Christ for almost 30 years. He loved the Lord and enjoyed caring for His sheep as he knew that nothing was more sacred than preserving the integrity of the relationship they held with God. He was also a music minister which was a gift he cherished as worshipping through music was another one of his favorite things to do. Nothing was more satisfying to his soul and spirit than elevating a song of praise to God. He is the beloved husband of Carmen Marcano who stood next to him every step of the way and supported him throughout his ministry since the day they met.
Besides his wife, he is survived by siblings Evelyn Ibarrondo, and Pastor
Milagro Garcia and her husband Pastor Manuel Garcia. his brother-in-law he considered more like a brother, Juan Santiago Jr. and his wife, Maria Elena Santiago. Two sons although non-biological, but he loved them as he would his own, Carlos Rivera and his wife Jacqueline and Omar Sanchez; his Grandchildren Samantha, David, Matthew, Carylin, Omar Jr., Yesenia and Gabriel; Samantha's daughter Mercy which he then considered his great-grandchild. His nieces and nephews Manuel A. Garcia, Simon Garcia (Alyssa), Alex Ibarrondo, Michelle Ibarrondo, Damaris Ibarrondo, Juan C. Santiago, Jessica M. Peden; his great-nephew Elias Santiago and great-nieces Marisol Santiago and Aurora Peden; and a host of other relatives and friends who will forever keep his memory alive.
Friends are invited to attend viewing on Saturday, December 4, 2021, at 12:00 P.M. followed by a Service beginning promptly at 1:00 P.M. at the Good Shepherd Christian Church, 725 Hancock Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06605.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that monetary donations be made to them directly.