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Marcia Ann Segreto

June 23, 1946 - February 13, 2024

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Marcia Ann (Bickford) Segreto, age 77, died at Accent Care Hospice in Naperville, IL on February 13, 2024.

On January 13, 1968, she married Thomas M Segreto and recently celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary in January.

Marcia graduated from Saint Edmond’s High School in 1964 where she was active in drama and speech contests. Later she excelled in business with a focus on enterprise software. She was most proud of her three-day backpacking trip (Rim to Rim) across the Grand Canyon in 2011. She was an avid golfer and frequently played at Pottawatomie Golf Course in St. Charles. She also crafted beautiful jewelry and was a talented artist of paint, pen, and pencil media. She loved animals, dogs, cats and especially horses.

Macia will be remembered for her love for her family, her contagious humor, her radiant smile, and her creativity.

She is survived by her spouse, Thomas Segreto, children Elizabeth (Chris) Fields of Deforest, WI and Michael Segreto of St. Charles, IL; sister Debbie (Freddy) Daniel of Knoxville, TN and many nieces and nephews.

Preceded in death by her parents Marshall and Katherine Bickford, Daniel Bickford and sister Susan Bickford.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Anderson Animal Shelter, 1000 South LaFox Street, South Elgin. IL 60177 (847) 697-2880


Jill McMahan from New Brighton, MN

"I'm so sorry."

Lori Fowler from Poynette, WI

"So sorry for your loss Beth."

Deb. Daniel from Knoxville , TN

"You’ll always be in my heart and soul Marcia. I love you. Until we meet again - Your sister, Deb.Beth, Mike and Tom you are in my thoughts and prayers. I’m so sorry for your loss."

bernard bickford from Eagle Grove, IA

"Sorry to hear another cousin has left us. Prayers for the family.Bernie Bickford"

Larry Segreto from Boise, ID

"I don't know how to express my sorrow for your loss. The world is diminished by our loss of Marcia."

Roberta and Eayne Bower from Wilmette, IL

"One of the best things in our lives was getting to know Marcia. We miss her so much"

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