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Marilyn G. Boebel

March 3, 1933November 21, 2020

Marilyn G. Boebel age 87 of North Olmsted, OH passed away suddenly Saturday, November 21, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Carl P. Boebel. Loving mother of Timothy Boebel (Judine), Christina Malinowski (David), Valerie Toly (Louis), and Carla Greenwood (Sidney). Dear grandmother of Julia, Jennifer, Jessica, Christopher, Hollie, Joshua, Jason, Mark, Melissa, and Matthew. Caring great-grandmother of 11 great-grandchildren. Cherished sister of Donald Wilken, the late Lloyd Wilken, Delmar Wilken and Florence Melberg. Her life was given to serving others in her nursing career, volunteer work for Hospice, Southwest General Hospital and especially with her church family. Family and friends are invited to view the funeral service Saturday, November 28th, 2020 11:00 AM at Corrigan Craciun Funeral Home 20820 Lorain Ave. Fairview Park, OH 44126. Committal Service to follow immediately at Sunset Memorial Park, Olmsted Twp. OH. (ALL SERVICES PRIVATE). In lieu of flowers, family requests that contributions in memory of Marilyn be made to Hospice of the Western Reserve www.hospicewr.org.

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Sam and Christy Neider

November 28, 2020

Marilyn and Carl are woven into our foundation of faith. In numerous ways, their lives before the Lord impacted our families. In later years, when we saw Marilyn only sporadically, she calmly placed her hands on us and inquired after our well being with such a genuine spirit. We are grateful and extend our love to the entire Boebel family and all those blessed by Marilyn’s care.

Love, Sam and Christy Neider

Tony Lyons

November 28, 2020

Carl and Marilyn moved their family to Akron Ohio in the summer of 1971 to participate in the church life there. I was 19 and it was not lost on me that this solid family had moved their family insuch a way to follow the Lord. It helped me realize the wieght of following the Lord. It was a rock to me then and the demonstration of their faith and commit all these many years has remained a solid rock in my faith.

Marilyn showd Olivia and I kindness and grace through the years, espesially to my dear wife Olivia. Thank you Marilyn.

Belvia Martin

November 28, 2020

I met Marilyn when I first came into the Church in Cleveland in 1974. She welcomed me and my daughter, Shannon with open arms. She was always kind, caring, supportive and a steadfast sister for all the years l had the privilege to know her. She was a wonderful person who truly loved the Lord and the saints. She was a real gift to the church and will be sorely missed.

James Ruffin

November 27, 2020

My wife, Pat, and I recall numerous memories of our time with Marilyn as companions in the Church in Cleveland. She was always someone you could depend on and she had a heart to serve the saints. She was a faithful servant of the Lord and a pattern to so many of us. She will be remembered with fondness and a thankfulness to the Lord for allowing us to be graced by her presence. May all the family take comfort in knowing that our dear sister is in the presence of the Lord and enjoying her eternal rest.

Jim & Pat Ruffin

Bill and Karen Kufahl

November 27, 2020

Marilyn was a precious sister who possessed such a fighting spirit. Throughout her life, she was bold to lift the name of Jesus high and to care for His people, putting the needs of others before her own. Even in her latter years when she experienced more limitations, Marilyn remained faithful to her ministry, making no excuses for herself. She would call me every few weeks, and we would make the trek across town to visit her friend, Ita. I enjoyed our times together and witnessed her tender care for a new believer. Even earlier this year when she was in the hospital and having some difficulty breathing, Valerie suggested that her mom "hum along" or listen to a hymn we wanted to sing to her. Marilyn would have none of it, and soon her voice joined ours, loud and clear. Both Bill and I will always remember Marilyn's selfless example of a precious life lived for Christ and His Church

Pat Recx-Ensman

November 27, 2020

I will always remember the kindness and faithfulness for which your mother shared her life with those in the church.
Pat Rex-Ensman

Vickie (Crosely)Pekar

November 23, 2020

Marilyn kind of "adopted" my mom and I when we moved to Akron Ohio from New Jersey. We have known her from the early 1970s. Carla and I became friends quickly because Marilyn and her family were so gracious and had us over for dinner quite frequently. Through all these years, Marilyn would reach out to us and encourage us. I am grateful for all she did for us and for how she cared for us. She was definitely a blessing to my mom and I.
May God give you peace and comfort. He upholds us through every trial and loss.
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Vickie (Crosley) Pekar

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