July 29, 1942 – September 12, 2020
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September 22, 2020
Oh Marilyn I’m so sorry that you are not here. You were such a talented and caring soul. We started as coworkers in 1989. We quickly became friends. We enjoyed lunches, dinners and Park City slumber parties with the girls. When my husband died you made beautiful cards for me. You raised a family of three sons. You loved them and always put them as a priority, ahead of your own needs. Until the day you passed, they were still in your home, being cared for and loved by you. Such a selfless soul. Now is your time to BREATHE! Laugh, play Bridge and paint. The world was a better place with you in it! RIP sweet Marilyn ❤️
September 18, 2020
I met Marilyn over two decades ago. When I met Ty in 98, I met his dear friend Marilyn.
They had shared the work place. More so, they shared a relationship that was dear and rare and precious.
Ty and I would become fixtures in her home, as she became a fixture in ours.
To describe Marilyn you have to include her appreciation for the unique, beautiful and rare talents. She appreciated not only the classics, but impressively the contemporary.
Marilyn saw beauty in some things that others may find past their prime...for instance, overgrown flora and fauna around her property wasn’t in need of being cut back...she appreciated the maturity of the growth and beauty of letting it be.
Marilyn opened her home and heart to Ty and I.
When my beloved dog became ill...Marilyn stayed at the vet and through the night after her surgery. I will never ever forget Marilyn dedication to making sure I was alright, as she slept in the stairwell of our home, next to me and my very ill K9. Thank you Marilyn for holding my hand during that.
Thank you for hosting dinners and parties, or simply being a part of our plans.
Your presence Marilyn, we adore , your absence we mourn.
You be with us, stay in our hearts even though we can’t see or talk...we feel you in our hearts. Also a welcome addition.
We love you Marilyn and will miss and honor your memory....and we are the lucky ones for the memories are plenty and the quality and quantity of our friendship is a true blessing.
Rest In Peace dear friend