Milan Macko
Milan Macko

First Visitation

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Mulryan Funeral Home
725 Hebron Ave.
Glastonbury, Connecticut, United States

Service Information

10:00 am
Thursday, July 11, 2013
St. Dunstan Church
1345 Manchester Rd.
Glastonbury, Connecticut, United States

Interment Information

Holy Cross Cemetery
7 Wickham Road
Glastonbury, Connecticut, United States

Obituary of Milan Macko

Milan Macko, 82, of Glastonbury, beloved husband of Marjorie Carleton Macko for 53 years, died Friday July 5, 2013 at his summer home in Kennebunk Beach, Maine. He was born October 14, 1930 in Kosice, Slovakia, son of the late Jan and Darina Macko. He came to the United States April 19th, 1950 and lived in Glastonbury for the past 36 years. He worked at Roser's Tannery in Glastonbury before becoming Operations Manager at Hartford National Bank and retiring from Shawmut Bank. During his working career he also served as president of the East Hartford Jaycees. In his earlier years, he enjoyed playing tennis with his family and going on biking trips. He also enjoyed traveling, cooking for family and friends, photography, and watching Jeopardy. He was a fan of professional tennis, Uconn women's basketball and the Red Sox. Most of all, he enjoyed spending time with his family. He was the chronicler for the family. His message was to enjoy the moment. He is survived by his wife and 2 sons and daughters-in-law; Gregory C. and Maribeth Macko and Frederick M. and Michelle Macko, all of West Hartford, as well as five grandchildren; Alexandra, Gregory Jr., Tyler, Chloe and Noah Macko. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday July 11 at 10am in St. Dunstan Church, 1345 Manchester Rd., Glastonbury. Burial will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery, Glastonbury. Friends may call at the Mulryan Funeral Home, 725 Hebron Ave., Glastonbury on Wednesday July 10 from 4-6pm. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the American Macular Degeneration Foundation, P.O. Box 515 Northampton, MA, 01061-0515. For online condolences please visit
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