Marilyn Joan Ogilvie
April 2, 1932 – September 12, 2020
Marilyn Ogilvie, 88, of Orlando, passed away in her sleep Saturday, September 12 with her daughter, Terri LaPenta and her amazing caregiver Brandy Mathews at her side.
Marilyn was born in Warren, Ohio on April 2, 1932 to Mabel and Arthur Davis. Her family later moved to Windermere, FL. She attended Orlando High School where she met her husband, Robert (Bob) Ogilvie. They were married in 1948.
Marilyn was predeceased by her parents and her husband, Bob. She was also predeceased by her siblings, Eleanor Lawson, Lillian Moses, Tom Davis, Phyllis Hess and Glenna Bardoe. She is survived by her sister Kay Sims.
Marilyn was a very loving and generous stay-at-home mom to her five children; Lauren (Gary) Youngblood, Terri (James) LaPenta, Leisa (Kickey) Hall, Brett Ogilvie and Bunny Taylor-Scoggins (Ben Scoggins). She is also survived by her grandchildren; Garrett (Sarah) Youngblood, Chris (Amy) Youngblood, Todd LaPenta, Bradi (Warren) Kenner, Eric (Jessica) Hall, John (Alina) Taylor and Oliver Taylor. Marilyn also leaves many great-grandchildren; Maddie, Evan, Brooke, Taylor, Ryan and Cole Youngblood; Ashton, Braden and Camden Kenner; Chase and McKenna Hall; and Olivia, Thor and Mila Taylor.
Besides her family, Mom’s greatest loves were fishing, hunting and her many horses. This was something she and Bob always enjoyed together throughout their sixty-one year marriage.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Marilyn will be interred at Woodlawn in a family only service. A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Marilyn Joan Ogilvie
September 19, 2020
Mom.....you were such a lovely and caring mother that anyone could only wish for. You will forever be in my heart and thoughts, as long as I can remember you on this Earth.
I'm saddened and heart broken by you passing on, however, I'm comforted to know you are with the love of your life, daddy, gram, and your parents and siblings.
We will be together again soon and just make room for me! I love you to the moon and back, more than you will ever know.