Marlene , so sorry to hear about your mother prayers to all of you and may she rest in peace.
Sending prayers, condolences and sympathy to Marilyn's family. May her memory always be a blessing. Although Marilyn was two years ahead of me in high school I remember her well. Rest in peace,
So very sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Cheryl and Scott Klaus
Marlene, Darren, & Donna, I am so sorry for your loss. This is such a beautiful picture of her! I loved the times we all spent together as kids at your house, my house, and Aunt Neet and Uncle Eddie’s. So many great memories of good times and wonderful holidays! Love to you all as well as your families. ❤️
Donna, Darren, and Marlene,
I was so sorry to learn about your mother’s passing. Due to her busy work schedule, I didn’t get to see her a lot when we were kids. Yet, when I did, she was always so kind to me. I always admired her and thought she raised great kids! A lot of good memories with you all, including our band days, cheerleading with Donna, tennis matches (if that’s what you call it - we tried anyway!) with Donna & Darren uptown. I hope knowing your friends are lifting you in prayer will bring you some comfort during these difficult days.
Marlene, Donna, Darren and the rest of the family,
Marilyn bought so much Joy to my heart. I'm beyond blessed to have spent time with her. Getting to hear many stories about the farm, her animals and her unconditional love for her kids was absolutely heart felt moments that I will cherish. She would smile and it light up a room. You all are in my prayers! I'm so deeply sorry for your loss. Marilyn will always have a special place in my heart. She was absolutely one of a kind woman.
Donna, Darren and Marlene -- I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. I remember her kindness to me always, whether it be when I would stay all night at your home or at your Grandma and Grandpa Fricke's home when Marilyn would whirl in after work. I loved the time spent at your home and remember always petting ole Jasper out in the yard. I lost my mother 20 years ago and it still aches, so hugs to all of you hoping it will help console you.
As her daughter, I’m grateful for her independent, feisty spirit and providing her children a strong moral compass to guide us through life.
Mom, you are in my heart and when I see a beautiful cardinal I will always think of you.