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Kauber-Fraley Funeral Home

289 S Main St PO Box 1413, Pataskala, OH

OBITUARY

Marilyn Marie Harmon

October 13, 1946June 18, 2020
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Marilyn Marie Harmon of Pataskala, Ohio, passed away June 18, 2020 in Dayton, Ohio. She was born October 13, 1946 in Kent, Ohio to the late George and Mary (Coughenour) Stoffel. Marilyn is survived in death by her loving children Ronald Allen (Beth) Harmon Jr. and Terry Ann (Courtney McDonald) Harmon-Cullen; grandchildren Trinity Harmon, Autumn Harmon, Curtis Harmon, Coralynn Harmon, Janen Cullen, Samantha (Jesse) Cullen, Elvera Andreoli, and Angelic (Marc) Jones; 6 great-granddaughters; 2 great-grandson; brother Kermit (June) Stoffel; nieces Amy Stoffel and Julie Stoffel; nephews Christopher Stoffel and Michael Stoffel; and a host of other friends, family, and loved ones. She is preceded in death by her loving husband Ronald Allen Harmon Sr., and parents George and Mary Stoffel. A memorial gathering will be held Wednesday June 24, 2020 from 2:00-3:00 pm at KAUBER-FRALEY FUNERAL HOME 289 S. Main St. Pataskala, Ohio 43062. A memorial service will follow beginning at 3:00 pm, officiating the service will be Joseph Shriver.

Services

  • Memorial Gathering

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020

  • Memorial Service

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020

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Linda Ketcham

June 24, 2020

Marilyn was a good friend and loyal volunteer for the Santa Maria Ship Museum. We always had a good time wether it was a school tour, a pirate birthday party, Haunted Ship or frat party on the ship. We worked together for 15 years. Alot of special memories, fun times and dedication.

shirley jacobs

June 22, 2020

Marilyn was so passionate about her volunteer work. I am reminded of the letter she wrote to the editor when they removed the replica of Columbus ship from the Scioto River in downtown Columbus.She volunteered there, and was upset when they moved it I asked her if she would like to attend a Violet Township Women's League meeting, and not only did she attend, but immediately volunteered to do whatever was needed - always with a smile. Rest in peace dear Marilyn. I'm sure you will be some lucky persons guardian angel.

Deana Dillon

June 22, 2020

We are saddened to hear of Marilyn’s passing, she was a member, volunteer and worked in the office one day a week with us at the Pickerington Senior Center. Marilyn always put a smile on our faces when she walked in the door, I worked side by side with her on Thursday afternoons and the stories we shared with each other had us laughing for hours, I will never forget your snake story Marilyn. We will all miss you at the Senior Center. Rest Easy, my friend.

Deana & Nancy

Barbara Douglas

June 21, 2020

Everyone at VTWL will miss your sweet, welcoming smile. We all laughed when you won the raffle so often. Wish you were still with us.
Barbara Douglas

Barbara Rollins

June 20, 2020

Marilyn your smile will be missed at our Violet Township Women's League meetings. You almost always won something from the drawings at the VTWL meetings, then we would laugh because you had won again. Your friend Barbara Rollins

Dawna Kelly

June 19, 2020

Worked with Marilyn, many years ago, at the telephone company, she was always so helpful when we had to call her.
Glad to hear she kept active, after retirement. I’m sure she had lots of stories to tell to anyone who would listen!
Deepest Sympathy to her family!

Dawna Kelly
Tampa, Florida

Darie Wilson

June 19, 2020

Dear Marilyn,
You will be missed! You were always willing to go for a walk or lunch( especially at the Nutcracker) telling me funny stories!! But of course this was in between your work at the Pickerington Senior Center, the Cancer Thrift Store and the Violet Township Women’s League. You worked on the ways and means committee in the VTWL and you could be depended upon to be there with a smile!
Hope you are enjoying a winning game of Euchre and a laugh! Bless you my friend! Darie Wilson

Mike Dunlevy

June 19, 2020

Dear Marilyn,

Just got in from my morning walk. Spent most of it thinking of you and what a great person you are. Lots of memories of good times and tough struggles. You were a Trailblazer in fighting for equality for women. Of course you didn’t set out to kick open doors for young woman who followed in your footsteps, but it was the course that providence gave to you. I will always tell your heroic story to those who will listen. God Bless You and Keep You in His Embrace!

Julie Stoffel

June 18, 2020

Marilyn was an awesome aunt because she loved her family unconditionally. She was so good at telling funny stories that you would laugh until you cried. She loved pitbulls and wanted to save them. One time, I tried to talk her into a small beagle, but she refused because she knew it was difficult to find homes for pitbulls and someone else would adopt the beagle. She had amazing luck winning BINGO and drawings. She thought of her family all the time. She was great at showing her love and I hope she knew how much I loved her. You are already missed, Aunt Marilyn.

DavitA perry

June 18, 2020

Thank you for being a wonderful great grandmother to donna and leonna and for always being so friendly to me. You will be missed I hope your dancing in the sky my friend.

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