Marilyn Jean Paganelli

December 28, 1944June 2, 2019

Marilyn Jean Paganelli was born on December 28, 1944 and passed away on June 2, 2019.


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Lindsey Phillips

June 11, 2019

Marilyn was a true Joy to be around I always enjoyed our talks we would often Giggle and joke around. I would joke about how she's my life coach because she would always encourage me to keep on going and to advance myself. I will never forget the friendship that we gained with one another in the short time I knew her. She was truly a kind soul and I will miss her dearly.

Lannie Dechant

June 6, 2019

Marilyn always greeted me as a long lost friend even though I had not known her that many years. I loved her kindness and sweetness that she showed to Tom. She was truly a wonderful person inside and out! She will be missed but remembered for her many qualities, she never spoke about her religious beliefs but led a a life of a Christian. I never heard her boast about herself; talk poorly about others or expect more than what was given her. A great lady that will be sadly missed!

Peggy McReynolds

June 5, 2019

Marilyn was one of the most gentle, kind and caring people I have ever met. I loved our visits to her and Tom - two wonderful people. It seemed our conversations would somehow always manage to embarrass her, but her laughter always joined ours. She was great fun and we will miss her immensely.

Rick Atkins

June 4, 2019

Thank you for the call today. Sorry for your loss. Marilyn was and is and lovely neighbor and friend. You are in our prayers.
Dawni & Rick Atkins

Cathleen Danboise

June 4, 2019

Melissa, Rob, John and I would like to thank you Tom for loving our sister and being her soul mate. We are so sorry for your loss. She was so much like our mother was...quiet, easy to talk to and an avid reader. The Paganelli extended family were fortunate to have known Marilyn and to share some great memories with her. Our sister Melissa said, "I smile knowing Mom has one of her kids with her again to kiss and hug and love,"

John&Ann Curran

June 4, 2019

Tom we are so sorry for your loss.We had'nt spent any time with her in many years,we will always miss and love her.She and I grew up together,I am three years older.I joined the Navy and you married my sister Marilyn.She was an extremely quiet and private person Ann and I think of her often,she will be missed dearly.

Laura Slane

June 3, 2019

Uncle Tom, I'm so sorry for your loss. Aunt Marilyn was such a kind and sweet soul, and a beautiful part of our family. The time we spent with you was always a so calm and peaceful, and I'll cherish the quiet mornings we spent drinking coffee with classical music playing in the background from Aunt Marilyn’s favorite station. Aunt Marilyn took such joy in our successes and interest in our lives. She was always a pleasure to talk to on the phone, and I loved how proud she was of her students and amused she was by her cats. I will think of her whenever I see hummingbirds. You will surely be missed Aunt Marilyn. All our love, Laura & Josh

Bob McCallister

June 3, 2019

Although I didn't spend a lot of time with Aunt Marilyn, I know from my own experience and that of my family that she was a kind and gentle person. She always asked about Jake and how he was doing when we did speak. Uncle Tom: I'm deeply sorry for your loss. I'm glad for the many years you got to spend with her and the many memories you must have. Rest in peace, Aunt Marilyn.

Linda Meyers

June 3, 2019

I will always remember my Aunt Marilyn as one of the kindest people I’ve ever known. She had many passions but what I’ll remember most was how happy she made my Uncle Tom, and how happy her made her! They were a wonderful couple who were blessed to share many many years together. We so enjoyed talking with Aunt Marilyn and Uncle Tom and she will most surely be missed. Rest In Peace Aunt Marilyn.

Much Love,

Linda, Cliff & Julia Meyers

Danny Paganelli

June 3, 2019

You couldn't have possibly ever met a kinder soul than Aunt Marilyn's. She will be missed greatly by our entire family and I know my Uncle Tom can feel blessed to have been lucky enough to share life with possibly the sweetest person on Earth.
Rest in Peace.