OBITUARY

Marilyn Louise Cole

January 13, 1931April 11, 2018

Tucson resident Marilyn L. Cole passed away April 11, 2018. She was born and raised in Indiana. She married William Cole in 1948 and lived for many years in Hartford City, Indiana. She had worked as a bookkeeper for G. C. Murphy Company. Her husband preceded her in death. She is survived by her eight children, Shelia (James) Whitehurst of Elgin South Carolina; Debra (Stephen) Irwin Of Camden, South Carolina; Linda (Steve) Fugate of Brookings Oregon; Meleia (Glenn) Robertson of Tucson Arizona; Rita (Robert) McGill of Tucson Arizona; Angela (Joseph) Wampner of Camden South Carolina; Diann (Scott) Armstrong of Melbourne, Florida and Brian (Claudine) Cole of Richmond Indiana, and many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren.

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Glenn Robertson

April 14, 2018

Marilyn,

It was a pleasure to have known you. You had a one of a kind smile that just brightened the room. You are back together again with Bill, pain free and happy. Condolences to the family and may you R.I.P.

Meleia Robertson

April 13, 2018

Mama,
I will always "Love you to the moon and back". I know you are with dad now, watching over all of us. I will miss you so much, butI know some day, I will see you again. Love you mama 💕 Meleia

Aleigha Chatham

April 13, 2018

We all thought of you today but that is nothing new, we thought about you yesterday and the days before that too…We think of you in silence, the family often speaks your name, all we have are memories and pictures in frames, your memory is a keepsake for which we’ll never part, God has you in his arms, we have you in our hearts.💞

Debra Irwin

April 12, 2018

My mother was a wonderful and loving mother. She raised eight children and loved and cherished all of us. Our family was the most important thing in her life. I know that she is now at peace and with dad again. Fly with the angels mom! Until we meet again...💞

Angelia Wampner

April 12, 2018

Our mom was the mom you saw on old tv shows. Made after school snacks, homemade cakes and pies, sewed our clothes, cooked 5 course meals for dinner. We never realized some moms didnt do this. She had eight kids and enough love for all. She was stern when needed but always there when you needed to talk. We were blessed to have her as our mom. This is not goodbye but till we see each other again. Love you momma!
Angie

FROM THE FAMILY