Condolence From: Jane deGruchy, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Marilyn was a gift.
She and I became friends when we
worked together for many years.
Her smile, her great sense of humor, her delicious rolls, and the many beautiful cross-stitch she made.
She loved her family and was so proud of all her grandchildren.
I will miss her smile, the telephone chats and always her positive attitude.
Sincere sympathy to Michael, Pam, Mark.
Condolence From: Kimberly Huckaby, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear about your loss, I love Marilyn… she was a client of mine for years, and was such a sweetheart! Always had a smile and kindness in her heart ♥️ I’m sure she has blessed more than just me over the years… she was one in a million ♥️♥️♥️
Condolence From: Bill and Buffie Kramer, Westerville, ohio
Condolence: We Just heard of Marilyns passing. We are so sorry for your loss! Sending thoughts and Prayers to the family! I am glad I was able to say Hi to her a couple months back when she was sitting out on her driveway!
Condolence From: Gary and Rosemary Crawford, Wheeling, Wv
Condolence: This has been such a shock. I will certainly miss talking to Marilyn on the phone. She was certainly proud of her family. Marilyn and Jim were great friend of our over the years. To her family….we are sorry for your loss. Prayers
Condolence From: John Cribbs, Milford, OH
Condolence: Our condolences for you and your family Pam! We love you!
Condolence From: Deanna Wolfe, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Marilyn was unforgettable, and such a joy to spend time with. I loved how candid and funny she could be and her enthusiasm was contagious. She was blessed with a beautiful family who meant the world to her and she will be greatly missed.
Condolence From: Dean Morrison, Lakeville, Minnesota
Condolence: The first thing that comes to mind about Marilyn was her ever present smile and bubbly personality. She could put a positive spin on any dire situation, always a pleasure to be in her company.
My sincere condolences to her family and friends...God Bless.
Condolence From: Anna Lou Adams (Brack), Reynoldsburg, Ohio
Condolence: Growing up near each other in Marietta, we compared many an Easter outfit and Easter basket, Just talked to her last week. Sorry she is gone but happy she is out of pain! Condolences to her family.
Condolence From: Sue Wilking Gregory, Navasota, Texas
Condolence: The St. Mary's Class of '58 has lost a well-remembered and cherished classmate.
Her family has lost a mother, a grandmother, a sister and more...
We share the sorrow.
Condolence From: Catherine Gulley, Cincinnati, OH
Condolence: To Mark & Family,
Sorry, for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Condolence From: Kaye Amsler-Storts, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Mike, Pam and Mark and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Marilyn's passing. I have very fond memories of working with Marilyn for many years. She always had a smile and enjoyed sharing stories about her family.
Condolence From: Charlotte Kuehn, Marietta, Ohio
Condolence: As others have mentioned, Marilyn's smile (including the one in her obituary) was always so special. Haven't been able to visit with her in the last several years, but certainly have good memories of our school days. She is now out of pain and at peace with our God.
Condolence From: jim schoen, north myrtle beach, s.c.
Condolence: sorry for your loss. we had a lot of good times in school. peace and gods love to all
Condolence From: Lori and Dan Isaacs, West Jefferson, OH
Condolence: Marilyn was always a joy to talk to. I truly loved and will miss our long conversations reminiscing about the good old days, gardening, good food, and swapping recipes.
Dan will miss her breadbaking skills. She was a phenomenal baker!
I will keep all those good memories close to my heart.
Condolence From: robert Kenney, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Mike, Pam and Mark,
Sorry for your loos of you mother. She was definitely one of a kind. Great memories around all of your family when we were all growing up.