Lakeview Funeral Home & Lakeview Cemetery

12100 E 13TH ST N, Wichita, KS


Marilyn E. Case

November 26, 1934February 11, 2020

Marilyn E. Case, 85, passed away peacefully in her sleep on February 11, 2020.

She is survived by her children, Dan (Delanie) Case of Austin, Texas, Michele Case (Wendy) of Dallas, Texas and Nancy Travis of Gig Harbor, Washington; daughter-in-law Penny Case of Andover, Kansas; grandchildren Karly and Kalie Case of Andover, Kansas, Hanna and Abigail Landry of Gig Harbor, Washington.

She is preceded in death by her husband Cecil Leon Case, sons Martin and Christopher.

Once her youngest was in school full time, she went to college and obtained a master’s degree in education. This was all while taking care of five children and a husband who traveled. All five children were raised with a strong work ethic and independent minds. She enjoyed Botanica (The Wichita Gardens), art projects while living at Larksfield and spending time with her family. Classic movies were a favorite evening activity. She shared her sense of humor to those closest to her.

Children’s charities held a special place in her heart.

Visitation with family on Friday, February 14, 2020 at Lakeview Funeral Home from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, please send memorials in Marilyn’s name to Food 4 Kids, Kansas Food Bank, 1919 E Douglas, Wichita, Kansas 67211.


  • Food 4 Kids


  • Visitation with Family Friday, February 14, 2020


Marilyn E. Case

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Trudy MacDonald

February 13, 2020

I just recently met Marilyn. I am in the Congregational Care ministry at her church, College Hill United Methodist Church in Wichita KS. I only met with Marilyn three times, but I was struck by her resolve to make the best of whatever situation she was in. I heard about her growing up years, that were pretty tough, and about how she loved having her children and raising them. Decisions were made to move her from her larger apartment to a smaller one. Her resolve was that the new place was a "cracker box", but it was her "cracker box". She had the things she needed, some things that were important to her. We prayed together always when I was with her, gving thanks that she was safe and well cared for. She had an inquisitive mind, and liked hearing about the church. She enjoyed our newsletter and kept informed of the church. She did not forget about us and just because she could no longer get to services, we never forgot her. So, it was my privilege to visit with her and listen to a woman of her faith and determination.