Marianne Barlow

January 10, 1939November 20, 2021

Marianne “Mim” Barlow, 82 of Parishville passed away peacefully at the home of her son, Richard, on Saturday morning. She was born on January 10, 1939 to Richard Moody and Marion Burr Moody. Mim is survived by her four children, Richard Barlow (Edna), Margaret Barlow (Gregg Spengler), Suzanne Barney (Ronald), and Joanna Black (Jeffrey Innes), five grandchildren, Rae Ann Ciokiewicz (Ryan), Toni Summers (Ken), Briana Nunez, Jacob Barlow (Heather Jackson), and Brittany Giammalvo (Patrick), and seven great grandchildren, Mark Sumerix, Kevin Sumerix, Crew Ciokiewicz, Jayden Barlow, Jorden Barlow, Nora Giammalvo, Nicholas Giammalvo and a sister Lucy Bilow (Lester) and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her brother Richard Moody, her grandson Lawrence Barlow and her grandson Anthony Black.

Mim was known for her fun loving spirit, her love for her family and her love of flowers and gardening. Flowers can be sent in care of Garner’s Funeral Home and will be donated to a local nursing home after the services. An on line guest book is available to share memories and stories. Calling hours will be Monday, December 13th from 4-7 PM. Friends and family can call from 4-6 with a short service provided at 6:00.

Graveside services will be at Chapel Hill Cemetery in Parishville, on Tuesday, December 14th at 2:00 PM with a Celebration of Life held at the Parishville Amvets immediately after the graveside services.

Fond memories of sympathy may be shared at for the Barlow family.


13 December


4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

6:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Garner Funeral Service

10 Lawrence Ave.
Potsdam, New York 13676

13 December

Memorial Service

6:00 pm

Garner Funeral Service

10 Lawrence Ave.
Potsdam, NY 13676

14 December

Graveside Service

2:00 pm

Chapel Hill Cemetery

Rt. 72
Parishville, NY


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Sheryl Ward (Bush)

November 30, 2021

I am so sorry to hear about Mim passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. We had some fun times together going out and dancing. I remember Mim and Larry use to live just down the road from us and she would stop in and visit with Mom and I. Having coffee etc. She will be missed.

tammy barlow-blake

November 26, 2021

aunt mim and uncle larry used to play canasta with my parents. i remember the laughing, bickering and stories...aunt mim always made sure to ask us how school was, or were we having a fun summer. her laughter made you laugh....

Mary Sunderland

November 23, 2021

To the Barlow Family:
I was saddened to hear about Mim's passing. I hope and pray that
you will have strength during this time of loss. Mim was a lot of
fun to hang out with and a nice lady.

Briana Nunez

November 23, 2021

It’s never easy saying goodbye but you’ve left us with so many unforgettable memories. It would be impossible to not smile warmly after remembering the adventures we took. You taught me at an early age what a healthy vengeance looks like in card games, how to tell if your baked goods are completely cooked based on smell, and how to drive at a questionably young age. You taught me to love nature and appreciate a good camp fire. You tried to pass on your green thumb and love for plants to me but unfortunately that is one quality I never quite succeeded at. As you take your hatchback Subaru for one last ride to the pearly gates to be greeted by two loving grandsons and your beloved cat, Babe, know that everyone here will continue to remember a lifetime of incredible memories we shared with you. Love you forever and always.

Brittany Giammalvo

November 22, 2021

Where do I even start? Thank you for being there for me for all these years. So many of my best childhood memories include you, from camping, fishing, swimming, learning to drive years before I was legally allowed on the road, and sitting around your kitchen table playing endless hours of card games. You were always up for an adventure and loved taking your grandkids along for the ride. I am so grateful that my children got to know and love their great grandma and spend quality time with you while you were in CT. I will treasure those memories forever. I know you are at peace now and I hope that you were greeted at those gates with the biggest hugs from your grandsons. I love you always.

Matthew Meyer

November 22, 2021

Rest in peace Nanny Mim, thank you for being the best Nanny ever and thanks for being a good friend to me always. My condolences to all the family.

Rae Ann Ciokiewicz

November 22, 2021

Oh Nanny, we will miss you so much. We will find you in our trips camping, when the hummingbirds visit the feeders, and when the wind chimes sing. Every time I say, "That's Crazy!" I'll hear you reply, "It's not crazy, it's fun!". Rest forever in peace. We love you...