While we know that you have gone to a better place, dear sweet friend, you made this world a much better place just by your very presence, Marilyn.
We first met you as your client but as the years went by we became friends as well.
Upon your retirement, that friendship grew ever deep. I will miss our many chats, texts, lunches and coffees out. You with that beautiful smile and upbeat generous personality. Miss you so much already. MaryT Faux
I had the pleasure of working with John at Frost Pontiac several years ago. We've remained good friends and they were such a lovely couple. Marilyn was special and such a help-mate for John. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. We know she is in a better place...and is perhaps having a nice chat with my dear wife, Lois, who I also lost to cancer just 2 years ago. So I know the pain John will be feeling and my heart aches for him. What a glorious day it will be when we all "get home" and there will be no more parting, no more pain, no more cancer, no more tears...etc. May God give comfort to you John as your life will now be so different without sweet Marilyn. Love, Doug
Marilyn you were the strongest, and most virtuous woman I have ever known. You were the glue that held our families together. You were loved by me.
Our sincere condolence to Aunt Veletta “Betty” and to John.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all.
Always a pleasure to be with and such a beautiful smile at family gatherings. Her presence will be greatly missed but not forgotten. Our sincerest condolences to her family.