Miriam Belle Mamlin

July 31, 1923February 18, 2021

Miriam Mamlin age 97, of Nashville, passed away on Thursday, February 18, 2021.

Miriam was born on July 31, 1923 in Nashville, the daughter of Nathan D. and Hattie Mai Weise. She married Robert Mamlin on October 15, 1946 in Nashville. Her husband and parents precede her in death.

Surviving are her daughters, Jean (Irving) Farber and Bonnie Kupper; grandchildren, Brian Farber, Lindsey Kupper, and Lauren Farber Kelly; great-grandchildren, Andrew and Patrick Kelly; brother, Samuel (Marilyn) Weise; nieces, Cindy Miller and Ellen Brown; and nephews, Joel Weise, Bill; Weise, Brad Weise, and Jay Straim.

Miriam attended Woodmont Elementary School, West High School, and the University of Wisconsin. A devoted wife, mother, and daughter, family meant everything to Miriam. She loved to travel extensively throughout the world with her husband. Miriam also enjoyed bowling, dancing, cards, casinos, and mahjong.

Miriam was a member of the Woodmont Country Club and Temple.

A graveside service was held at Temple Cemetery on February 24, 2021.


  • Committal Service

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021


Miriam Belle Mamlin

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Tim Quain

February 28, 2021

Jim Goins and I were privileged to know Bob and Miriam as neighbors at Wessex Towers in Nashville. They were welcoming to us when we moved onto the same floor as they, and we shared many meals together. They are both missed very much. Tim Quain

Robin Born

February 24, 2021

Dear Bonnie and Jean:
You both know how much I loved your mom. I have fond memories of all of our times together. Always know that the front door of our home where ever it maybe will always be open. Memories are so sweet remember with a smile and remember often.❤️ Robin

Joan Gold Cypress

February 23, 2021

Dear Jean & Bonnie,

I’m sending heartfelt condolences to each of you from Eugene, Oregon.
Sweet memories of our childhood carefree days.
And what a special date when we all gathered for a family reunion.
May Miriam’s memory be a blessing.

Peace & love,