Marion Malora

Marion Malora (nee Hirn), 87, of Norwood, formerly of Northvale passed away on Wednesday, November 25, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Frank A. Malora. Devoted mother of Todd and wife Laurie of Philadelphia, PA, Gregg and wife Eileen of Blauvelt, NY, Glenn and wife Bonnie of Harrington Park, and the late Scott. Dearest sister of the late Dolores Bullock and husband Norman, and Ronald Hirn and wife Sandy. Adored grandmother of Douglas, Daniel, Kimberly, Maeve, Megan, Devon, Matthew, and Aine. Cherished great-grandmother of Parker, Finn, Marlee, Gibson, Jolene, and  one arriving in April.

Before retiring, Marion was a salesperson at Wallnuts Wallpaper in Norwood and Bloomingdales in Hackensack. She was an active member of the Northvale Senior Center, the Golden Age Club, and a Blue Ribbon winning member of the Northvale Garden Club.

Marion was the anchor of her family, a talented seamstress, and an avid cook.  She will leave behind a lifetime of memories, amazing recipes, and a deep love of family.

Those who would like, and feel comfortable doing so, may join the family for a socially distant graveside service on Saturday, November 28, 2020 at 11:30 AM at Rockland Cemetery, Sparkill, NY. Arrangements by Pizzi Funeral Home, Northvale, NJ (201-767-3050).


  1. My sympathies to the family. I loved seeing your mom weekly in ShopRite. She was a wonderful person!

  2. James B. Stavros

    Mother M! … What a PRIVILEGE it was to call you that ! as You are and Always will be MY Second Mother !
    There’s Not Enough Room on this page for all the ‘Thank You’s’ I Owe You ! Not Enough Room for The Love You Gave !
    Your Home was always the Best Place to Be ! Holiday’s Especially ! Which Makes THIS ONE the Hardest Of All !

    I am so Grateful to have been able to Celebrate the Best of Times with You and Stand by you during the Bad.

    Thankful that My Children were able to know you as Mother M !

    Until We Meet Again

    Eternal Love , “ Jim-Oh “

  3. Chris Zahariades

    Please accept our deepest sympathies may her memory be eternal.
    Chris and Judey Zahariades
    505 West Ave

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