The Urciuoli Family Charitable
Foundation is Dedicated to


Marjorie & Anthony Urciuoli

Marjorie and Anthony Urciuoli enjoyed over 41 years of marriage, proudly raising 3 sons. There was nothing more important to Marjorie and Anthony than spending time with their family.

During their retirement years, Marjorie and Anthony would spend time traveling various parts of the world. This travel experience was a form of education. Education and self-betterment was always encouraged to their children, and to others.

Marjorie Urciuoli
(June 3, 1940 - August 5, 2006)

Marjorie Urciuoli was a teacher for over 30 years, a majority of which was dedicated to teaching special education (3rd and 4th graders). Her dedication continued during her retirement as she served on a board for children of special needs. She graduated from Oswego College with a teaching degree, and received her Master's from Adelphi University.

Marjorie had a special interest in Native Americans. During the last 15 years of her life, her love of the Southwest attracted her to visit the reservations dozens of times, where she developed many friendships that affected her life for the better.

Anthony E. Urciuoli, Sr.
Anthony E. Urciuoli, Sr. was a first generation college graduate, graduating from CCNY. Anthony worked in various management positions at NY Life Insurance Company for 35 years.

During his retirement, along with his wife Marjorie, Anthony started a business, Uniquely Silver, selling Native American jewelry and pottery.