Eugene DiMarco

Dr. Eugene Mario DiMarco

Thursday, May 7th, 2020
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Dr. Eugene Mario DiMarco, resident of Egg Harbor Township, NJ, sadly passed away last Thursday, May 7, at the age of 64 from lymphoma. Having bravely battled cancer for over two decades, Dr. DiMarco was a beloved, well-respected Ophthalmologist who served his community for almost 30 years at Brigantine Eye Care Center in southern New Jersey.

Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, Dr. DiMarco - or Gino as he was known by family and friends - was an accomplished graduate of Central High School, LaSalle University, Drexel University, the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM Class of 1984), an intern at Metropolitan Hospital, Springfield Division, and a resident at Delaware Valley Medical Center and the prestigious Wills Eye Hospital. He was a lover of fast cars, good music, ancient and American history, and a rousing match of tennis. Those who knew him remember his quiet intellect, remarkable breadth of knowledge, quirky wit, strength of character, and loyal and helpful spirit. His passing marks a true loss to his family, his community, and his profession.

Dr. DiMarco leaves behind his wife of 35 years, Marguerite DiMarco (née Giacobbe), their two daughters Argia DiMarco Gale and Melina DiMarco, and son-in-law Bryan Gale. Dr. DiMarco is also survived by his mother Argia DiMarco; younger brothers Drs. Claude and Anthony DiMarco, along with their wives and children; sister-in-law Maria DiMarco, along with her two sons; mother-in-law Carmella Giacobbe; as well as many other loving relatives, friends, colleagues, and patients.

Dr. DiMarco was preceded in death by his father, the late professor Dr. Domenico DiMarco, his older brother Dr. Carlo DiMarco, and his father-in-law Salvatore Giacobbe.

Funeral services will be held at Monti-Rago Funeral Home and St. Nicholas of Tolentine Catholic Church in Philadelphia at a future date to be announced after current social distancing restrictions lift. Interment will follow in the DiMarco family plot at SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery.

Those who desire may make memorial donations in Dr. DiMarco's name to the American Cancer Society or the American Osteopathic Association.
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Chris Dalton

Posted at 10:06am
To the DiMarco Family: My condolences on your loss. Your husband and father was clearly a good man and loved by many. With sympathy,
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Dr. Jeffrey Freeman

Posted at 04:48pm
My sincere sympathy,
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Michael D'Imperio

Posted at 11:56am
To the DiMarco Family, my sincere condolences and sorrow about Gino's passing. We were Central High buddies and rode home from school together every day in my 1966 Buick. I lost track of Gino for many years, but he, Anthony and Claudio attended a Central dinner that was put together by some of our So.Philly classmates a few years ago. It was so much fun to see him again. He spoke about his life accomplishments and I was so excited to hear that he was so successful. The fact that he used his love of mechanics and his engineering background to develop the DiMarco forceps was so impressive, But then again, he was the smartest person I have ever known. so I shouldn't have been surprised. I will always remember his quick wit, his love of all things Italian, and the full course meals from Mrs DiMarco that he would spread over the lunch room table at Central.
Rest in Peace my old friend, until we meet again.
Mike D'Imperio

John Ciccotelli

Posted at 07:31am
In honor of a great man.
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john ciccotelli

Posted at 07:27am
A great loss for family, friends and clients. Eugenio fought cancer for over 20 years with courage, determination and grace. I have known him since the day of his birth to my Zia. Always smiling, always fun, always kind. There is now a serious void in the universe and a beautiful addition to the heavenly chorus. See you later.

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