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Kriegshauser Mortuary-West Chapel

9450 Olive Blvd, St. Louis, MO

OBITUARY

Marilyn D. Russo

April 6, 1940July 15, 2020

04-06-1940 - 0 7-15-2020 Marilyn was born on April 6, 1940 to Alonzo and Letta Fay Parker in Elco, Illinois. She later moved to Missouri, last living in Arnold, Missouri. She worked for many years at Enterprise Banking as a supervisor. She is a loving mother to Timothy Russo and his wife Nora, Anthony Russo and his wife Diane, Thomas Russo and his wife Theresa and Todd Russo and his wife Dori. And grandmother to Amber Hartman (Russo) – Kody Hartman, Ellorah and Alaina Russo and great grandmother to Cameron Logan, Ruby Carron, Riley Thurman and Chase Moore. Marilyn enjoyed doing crossword puzzles and sewing. Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents Alonzo and Letta Fay as well as her grandson Michael Russo, brother Robert Parker, brother William Parker, sister Alice (Gayle) Brown Marilyn passed peacefully on July 15. 2020. In keeping with her wishes, there will be no service. And with Marilyn’s ever present spirit of love and generosity, she donated her body to Saint Louis University School of Medicine for research. Marilyn’s family is being served by Kriegshauser Mortuary West Chapel at 9450 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63132

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Kathy Montgomery

July 27, 2020

I worked with Marilyn for many years. She was a fun very spirited lady. Even though I seldom saw her as of late she was always in my thoughts. Prayers to her beloved family!

Steven Russo

July 18, 2020

I loved my Aunt Marilyn dearly all my life. She was my favorite person at all the Russo family gatherings. Her love was unconditional for everyone. My heart aches, but I accept her departure from this mortal coil. May her spirit find it's way to everlasting peace. She deserved nothing less . My condolences to all of my cousins and their families. I know this must hurt deeply as you were all very close to your mother and father. My wish for you all is to move past the pain and wrap yourselves and your families in the everlasting love she gave.

Sarah Thurman

July 18, 2020

Grandma Marilyn always gave the best heart felt hugs when she entered the room and i will miss those very much. I love you grandma marilyn

Skip and Jack Russo

July 18, 2020

My dear sister in law, you will be missed by anyone who knows you. Even though I live in St. Charles and she in Arnold I have very fond memories of her, especially when we were young. GOD bless you and keep you 🙏🙏🙏

Skip and Jack Russo

July 18, 2020

I loved my sister in law dearly even though we never got to see each other since we got older and I live in St. Charles and she in Arnold. She was a lovely person who had nothing bad to say about anyone. You will be greatly missed my dear sister in law. 🙏🙏🙏

Debi Viehman

July 18, 2020

Tony, Bill and I send our love, thoughts and condolences to you & your family. Prayers for comfort and peace in the days that follow. I have fond memories of Marilyn from when she and my Mom were leaders in Boy Scouts during grade school at Griffith. It is the memories that sustain us and keep our loved ones alive in our hearts.

Kim Whittle

July 18, 2020

Aunt Marilyn was my Godmother and second Mom growing up. Her four boys were brothers to me and my four sisters. Their home on Hartnett was our second home - safe, fun-loving, never-a-dull moment environment. Making homemade ice cream there in the summertime was always a treat. Later in life, our girls’ weekend at the lake brought lots of joy and sweet memories. She’ll be missed dearly.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY