Lindquist Funeral Home

1 Mayberry Ln, Yarmouth, ME


Daisy Allison Marin

October 26, 1923July 13, 2020

Daisy A. Marin October 26, 1923 – July 13, 2020

Falmouth- Daisy A. Marin, a long-time resident of Falmouth Maine, died of natural causes at Hawthorne House in Freeport at the age of 96. Wife of Frank (deceased), she leaves behind son Roger, grandsons, Eric and Craig, and their families, sister Louise, bother Hiram, special nephew Bruce, and myriad other nephews and nieces.

Born in Codyville Maine, she lived a pioneer lifestyle with her parents and 12 siblings in a house void of water, but not love. Thus, the whole family developed a toughness and no complaining attitude towards hardship that families of today cannot comprehend.

Always a hard worker into her 80’s, mom shared her income with her relatives when times got especially difficult for them. She was a long-time member of Falmouth Emmaus Lutheran Church.

Family and friends are invited to a graveside service on Sunday, August 9, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Pine Grove Cemetery, Route 88, Falmouth.


  • Graveside Memorial Service

    Sunday, August 9, 2020


Daisy Allison Marin

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Gloria Caldwell

August 9, 2020

So many fond memories through the years. Always impressed at how beautiful you always looked, the Sunday visits and family reunions. My favorite is the time I snuck into your car and came home with you. I’m pretty sure you knew but as a kid was thrilled to think I surprised you and uncle. You made baked potato for supper and I loved the way you made them with crunchy shells then hollowed out and buttered. Tasted like potato chips and have made them that way since I started cooking on my own. Now I will always think of you when having one. Today we gather at your grave to share memories and lay flowers and of course they included “daisies”

Jeanie Downing

August 6, 2020

Our enduring image of Aunt Daisy will be of her "dressed to the nines",every hair in place, with her nails painted and high heels on! Aunt Daisy and Uncle Frank's house was where the family gathered on Sundays. You could always find an extra aunt or two, or three, along with Gram Cochran. Nancy and I were always welcomed there when the dorms at MMC were lonely. Our Cochran "clan" has lost another cherished member, but the love of family endures.

Dianna Johnston

August 4, 2020

My sweet sweet Aunt Daisy!!! I have such a special place in my heart for her! The memories I have with her are as sweet as she was! The many many Sunday afternoons exploring her closet and jewelry box and dressing up for hours....she never once discouraged me from exploring anything and everything she had. Her glass animal collection was another favorite and sharing tea and cookies with her was a memory I hold ever so dear! I will miss her so much and will rejoice the day I can hug her once again, and share another cup of tea! Give my dad a kiss and hug for me “Auntie”.....he hates tea but I am sure he will join us at the table for a cookie or two!!!!♥️♥️♥️😘🍥🍪☕️🍵

Jo Linda Spear

August 3, 2020

As I am writing this I find it is hard to express my feelings at the loss of my dear dear Aunt Daisy who I loved so so much. As a young child she was always a very special Aunt to me and someone I always looked up to and looked forward to seeing and spending time with and all the ways she made me feel special and as I grew up those feelings for her grew even deeper. I have countless memories of her that I hold dear to my heart and I am saddened by her passing knowing I won't be able to see her and share a hug, a laugh and be able to tell her I love her and hear her reply I love you too.
I know she is in heaven with her loved ones who have passed and she is smiling down on us with love in her heart.

Emmaus Lutheran Church

August 3, 2020

Emmaus Lutheran Church was saddened to hear that Daisy had passed away recently. Daisy was a longtime member of Emmaus Lutheran Church in Falmouth. Another member shared with me yesterday that Daisy had taught Sunday School one year and had bought the children tabs to put in their bibles so that they could find the books of the bible easily. Although unable to see Daisy in church for some time, many of our members remember Daisy's presence and contributions over the years. On behalf of Emmaus, we send our condolences for the loss of your mother, grandmother, and family member.

Emmaus Lutheran Church
Church Secretary
Beverly Lindahl

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