Bernard J. Marroney, 57, owned bill collection firm

January 16, 2003

Bernard Joseph Marroney, who owned a bill collection and billing business, died Saturday of heart disease at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air. The Jarrettsville resident was 57.

Mr. Marroney was the owner of I.C.S. Financial Services, a business he operated from his home. He earlier had been a manager for Colony Credit in Ferndale.

Born in Cervinara, Italy, about 20 miles south of Naples, he was known as Dino and moved to Baltimore as a child. He was a 1964 City College graduate.

Active in the martial arts -- he earned a black belt -- Mr. Marroney gave karate lessons through the Jarrettsville, Carroll Manor and Norrisville recreation councils. He also rode horses and participated in hunter-jumper equestrian shows.

Mr. Marroney owned Corvettes and belonged to the Corvette Club of Baltimore and the Sports Car Club of America. He also was a founder of La Dolce Vita, a Baltimore social club, and belonged to the Geneva Farm Golf Club.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, 1021 St. Mary's Road, Pylesville.

Survivors include his wife of 34 years, the former Phyllis Siemek; a son, Mark David Marroney of Frederick; a daughter, Lisa Michelle Marroney of Timonium; and his stepfather, Matthew Abbott of Baltimore.

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