"she let me watch cartoons and best of all the Syndicated "Rescue 9-1-1-" episodes on the Family channel at 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm again.
The words to honor Aunt Marion appropriately have been very difficult for me to express as she has been one of the most loved people in my life. Her life was dedicated to the service of those around her in every possible way. Aunt Marion loved all of us so much more than each one can imagine. She always wanted each of us to enjoy something to drink, something to eat, and also to entertain us with her words of a long life lived with such intrigue, love and wonder. She always wanted to know about you, really know about you, and how you were doing, and would use her words of infinite wisdom to give you a positive look into the future, no matter what turmoil you may have been in.
She lost her father before she could even remember him, her mother later in life but still too soon, her husband far too soon and she made sure that she kept those of her family left really close. She dearly loved her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and their dedication to her mirrored her dedication to them. Not many families meet daily, weekly just to have constant family moments. I believe that the love she gave to her family and friends will remain with each of us and will come out anytime we show we care about someone, serve someone with something to drink, something to eat, , but mostly when we share the great love she gave to each of us. I love you Aunt Marion, more than my words can express.
I'm so sorry to hear of her passing. She was like a second mother to me in high school -- one of the sweetest, kindest, most understanding people I've ever met. I'll never forget, "Dick, it's time for bed now..." My condolences to all the family.
Bob enjoyed being a part of the guys weekend & getting to know Rick a bit. Sorry for all of the loss & heartache for the family of Marion.
Bob & Joanne Ames
We were sorry about Marion. We remember her with love and joy,always enjoyed seeing Marion and Dick at the cottage in Barbeau. Shall always think of her with kindness.
Margaret and Jim Young(Petoskey i./