I am saddened to hear of the loss of Marlene. As a child, visiting Muriel and Marlene was my absolute favorite adventure! I have such fond memories of both of them. Prayers to the family and to those that are left behind.
I came to know "Aunt Marlene" through my Aunt Nita and my cousins, Nita, Valerie, and Nan. We spent many summers at the farm, eating homemade ice cream and playing in the orchard. I always remember how good she smelled and beautiful and elegant. I looked up to her as a pioneering woman and world traveler. I will miss her greatly.
Marlene was well known at The Abby and at PJC where she was a cheerleader. In the 55 years I have known she was always fun-loving, friendly and especially adventurous--ahead of her tine. She will be greatly missed.
I also want to thank Anita's daughter, Nita, who took such good care of her, comforting and loving her for the months of her final days.
I will always remember the good times we had together in our youth. May God bless and keep you until we meet again.
Dearest Barb, I am so thankful you are now in comfort and at peace with our Lord. You will be missed!
This was my Beautiful Cousin, Oh What a Beautiful Lady She Was. I am so Thankful I got to move back to Canon City and to be able to reunite again these past few years. She would come to my house for Family Bar B Q's and Parties. We would laugh and tell old stories for years before. She is survived by two of her Aunts on her Fathers Side Marjorie Tincher Kruse and Dolores Bowers. She has numerous cousins from all over that will surely miss her. I am so glad she is with her Mom and Dad and Grandma and Grandpa Lingo now. I Love You Marlene, See You Soon.
My Dear Cousin Marleen, we will miss You Dearly. It was such a pleasure these past few years having family Bar B Q's and Parties.
We laughed, told stories of the good ole days, you have always been a Beautiful Woman inside and out. Your Aunt Marjorie and Aunt Dolorce, all your cousins will Miss You Dearly. We are so Thankful you are with your Momma and Daddy now and not in any pain.
My deepest sympathy to your family and closest friends. May your soul rest in eternal peace.
This was my dearly beloved Cousin known to me as Marlene! Her and I shared interest in Archaeology and she was highly regarded and loved by me! Her Father Neal and my Father George were Brothers and they both worked at the Colorado State Prison! George E. Lingo Senior and Inez Gladys Lingo was her Grandparents on her Father Neal's side of the family! She is already terribly missed by myself! May GOD continue to Bless her!
George E. Lingo III 72 Years old!
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.