We were saddened to learn of Marion's death. You and your family have our love and deepest sympathy.Don and Barb Harmer
Lake Michigan won't be the same without Marion - seeing her flip flops hidden behind a log on our beach and knowing she was on her way down to her special landmark tree beyond Driftwood Beach, or actually trying to keep up with her as we walked together. We now won't have her chiming in with us on the U of M side of things right before the big game. She and Dave were our first and best Lake Michigan friends.
Dave: News of Marion's passing was a shock and upon getting the news, I immediately flashed back to the last time we were together at our high school class reunion last September. What a great time we had and how wonderful to have the memory of the two of you laughing and enjoying the companionship of old and good friends. My most heartfelt condolences to you, Dave, and to all of your family.
Dear Dave and Family.
Yes it was sad to hear the bad news about her death. We were all shocked about reading about her passing away. Any how you are all very proud of her personnality and for seriving the mankind throughout her life as nurse but over all about all the activities where she was involved in during her life together with Dave and her daughters. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time of loss and sorrow. I and Fatima will always continue remembering her for the good time that we have shared together both in East Lansing, at the Lake of Michigan and during her visit to Morocco 23 years ago. Her smile will never leave our memories and we will miss her a lot. The good memories of her is a big confort to all the people who knows her as a lovely mother with big hearth full of love to all. We admire her.
God bless you all.
Ahmed Ait-Oubahou and Fatima El Hilali
So sorry to hear of the passing of Marian. So enjoyed the times we shared through the MSU events and here in Florida. May God bless her soul. Jean Haarer