- 79 years old
- Date of birth: September 29th, 1936
- Date of passing: November 4th, 2015
Will miss you so very much. Thank you for the lovely times we where able to spend together.
I will always have the fondest memories of Aunt Marilynn. I always felt a close bond with her, partly because she was the youngest of my father's siblings, and I was her oldest nephew, but mostly because she was easy to talk to, and had a warm, and caring personality. I will miss her smile and laughter.
Many times Marilynn took me home for dinner when were students at St. Joseph's Nursing School. I so appreciated it, since I was from Tucson. We saw each other over the years, she picked me up at the Phoenix airport and took me to her home in Scottsdale when I had a long layover. She helped me the first time I was on ice skates. Many fond memories.
Aunt Marilyn will always be an inspiration to me, for she was the one that inspired me to go into nursing those 33 years ago. You will be missed.
Joanne and I will always remember her young at heart spirit and ever present smile. She will always hold a special place in our hearts.
Kevin and Joanne
I will always have fond memories of Aunt Marilynn. She inspired me to get my BSN in Nursing and to follow in her love of caring for others. She welcomed our family into her home one summer when our kids were young. We swam, cooked and had a wonderful visit. I will treasure her love and caring spirit. She will be missed.
I have fond memories of Marilyn in school at St. Joseph Hospital. Our class always seem to have a great time. Saw her at a class reunion a few yrs ago and it was great to look back. I'm sure she will be missed.
May God bless her with his love. Rosie
I love you aunt Marilynn. I will always cherish our time we spent together. Many times just for a short visit to drinking fresh orange juice and lemonade at your home in Paradise Valley. Love, Terry
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