OBITUARY

Marilyn E. Germain

January 9, 1936October 11, 2020

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Marilyn Elizabeth Simmons/Germain was born January 9, 1936. She went home to be with the Lord on October 11, 2020. Marilyn was known for her humor, style, garage sales and always ready for a card game. She was very active in children's church at Brandon Christian Fellowship while doing skits and plays for all. Most important, she wanted to spread the word of God. Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents, Lee and Harriet Coulter, her brothers, Bob and Ronnie Coulter, her husbands Bill Simmons and Jack Germain and grandson Cory. She is survived by her sister Susan, her four sons and daughter-in laws, Mike, Todd, Shawn & Jackie, and Ryan & Lisa Simmons, her grandchildren: Shawn Jr., Nathan, Adam, Ashton, Elliot, Amanda, Natalie, Sarah, Joel, Jacob and Mattie. She was blessed with 8 great grandchildren, Shawn III, Alyssa, Jaden, Pierson, Averi, Kyler, Emmerson and Carter. Marilyn will be missed as much as she was loved. The family will be accepting friends on Saturday, October 17, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Funeral service will begin at 12:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers you may donate to Life Path Hospice at www.chaptershealth.org.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, October 17, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, October 17, 2020

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glenn and dorothy gates

October 17, 2020

so sorry about cousin Marilyn a great person always enjoyed seeing her. Deepest sympathy to all her family .

Melody Stone

October 17, 2020

Although I don’t have many memories of “Mike’s mom”, I do remember that she was always nice to me and she made the best chicken salad. I was very skeptical at first biting into grapes in my chicken salad but was in awe when I realized how much they added to the flavor. It may sound silly but it’s been 25+ years and I still remember that first bite. God bless and watch over the family!

Laura Spencer

October 16, 2020

I will miss marilyn she was the one to make us laugh and sit and enjoy a story just enjoyed seeing her anytime i could condolences to entire family. RIP

Susie Fish

October 16, 2020

Marilyn I enjoyed our friendship. You were such a Godly woman and an inspiration to so many. I will always remember your kindness and beauty. You are the only person I know who actually said you enjoyed hearing me sing at church. Makes me smile. Thank you for the spiritual gifts you gave me and others. Your poetry is beautiful and what ones I have will be treasured. Until we meet again Susie

Linda Reed

October 15, 2020

Guy and I and our sons have fond memories of visiting Marilyn and her family in Florida. Also I have childhood memories of Marilyn having me overnight at her house and taking me swimming at crystal Springs beach. She was always so kind, loving and patient. She never hesitated to share her faith and love for Jesus. She will be missed by many. Our sincere sympathy to her sons and family.

Connie Maier

October 15, 2020

It was always a joy to see Marilyn sitting on her sister Susan Matthew's porch, here in Ohio.
You could see the deep love they had for one another. They'd be laughing like two young teenagers & several times, I'd yell over and call them "The Walton Sisters"!
God Bless Susan, Jim and all of Marilyn's loved ones, left behind. 💗

Millie Kowell

October 14, 2020

Deepest sympathy to the family. Marilyn will always be "Nanny" to our family. "Nanny" was such a big part of our family for so many years helping us raise our 3 daughters. She came to us when our first daughter was only 8 weeks old and they had a bond like no other. "Nanny" was the best in their eyes and always will be. She cooked, cleaned, and had "tea" parties, read stories, played dress-up, took walks, and so many more things that will be a fond memory for them for a lifetime. "Nanny" was one in a million. Always had a smile on her face. A good person. We love you "Nanny". Forever in our hearts.

Susan Matthews

October 14, 2020

We will all miss your Mom and my sister so much. She was a great
mom, sister, aunt and friend. She always made you laugh and you always knew her opinion on things. I know where she is and she is healed and happy. God Bless Aunt Susan and Uncle Jim.

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