OBITUARY

Marline Ann Taylor Van Schoick

April 10, 1933July 1, 2019

Marline Ann Taylor Van Schoick, 86, died peacefully at her home at St. Catherine’s Village in Madison, MS. She was born April 10, 1933 in Indianapolis, Indiana to Ralph and Pauline Taylor. Marline spent her youth singing opera for the school choir.

She attended Arizona State University with a degree in Music, after moving with her family to Arizona. Marline loved a challenge, she had various careers including Copy editor, Radio DJ, and Real Estate. She retired from Real Estate after winning numerous awards for top sales and listings.

After retiring, Marline stayed busy watching her grandchildren, painting, gardening and traveling with her husband. She was known and loved for her quick wit, contagious smile and love for her family. She felt very blessed for her friendship with residence and staff at St. Catherine’s Village.

Preceded in death by her husband of 40 years, Donald Van Schoick and son Donald D. Romans Van Schoick and two grandchildren, Hunter Avery (Pamela) and Benjamin Knight (Tina). She is survived by her children, Ralph Romans (Cathy), Pamela Avery and Tina Parks (Cary); a brother, David Taylor (Denise); grandchildren, Chauntel Romans, Jerod Romans, Dusty Boyett, Crystal Boyett, Timothy Knight, Nikolas Parks, Taylor Parks, Peyton Parks, and 11 great grandchildren.

Dearly loved by her family and friends, we thank God for all the wonderful years and memories we have shared with her.

There will be a private memorial service for the family.

Please visit lakewoodfuneralhomes.com for online guestbook.

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Julia Hodges

July 3, 2019

Mrs. Van Schoick was a lovely woman, and played the piano with such elegance. She will be missed as a presence at St. Catherine’s.

My condolences to her family.

Julia

Kathy Ward

July 2, 2019

May you paint all the beauty of heaven. I can only imagine the wonderful colors. Marline, you were such a lovely person, I truly enjoyed our visits. You will be missed. Thank you God for her life. 🙏🏻 Kathy

Betty Robinson

July 2, 2019

Marline was a true friend for 49 years. Her friendship was one of the rare ones-we could always enjoy each other no matter how long ago our last visit had been. We loved, we shared, we laughed, we cried and we grew our families together. We enjoyed coffee together over memories of our husbands working together, births, deaths, marriages and our love of our Lord. Marline was a blessing to me and my family.
Our prayers for her families. Peace, comfort ,love and Spiritual blessings to each one of you.
Betty and Mack Robinson

Dawn Morgan

July 2, 2019

My Dearest Aunt Marlene, My heart is breaking but I'm so very grateful we had so many special times together and we made so many special memories when we made the trips down to see you. You're such a wonderful and special lady and I'm so happy you and Mom had such a close relationship. You will be missed but you'll always be with us in our hearts forever! Love you always Aunt Marlene! 💞😪💞

fredricka baker

July 2, 2019

My sweet friend Marline, I will miss her dearly and I will cherish every moment that we spent together. Rest in heaven my sweet friend.
Love,
Fredricka

Tina Parks

July 2, 2019

Tina Parks

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Tina Parks

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Tina Parks

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Tina Parks

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FROM THE FAMILY