Happy birthday Marion.
May the Lord grant her eternal rest and let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace.
Remembering a Beautiful Soul...
Today would've been your 92nd. We still miss you everyday but we know you are happy where you are now.
Happy Birthday our dear Marion!
I am writing for my mother, Maryon Greenough, to send her condolences. Mom met Marion through James Beard when he was teaching summer classes at the coast in Oregon. My mother assisted Mr. Beard as she was the home ec teacher whose kitchens were the center of the classes. Mom spoke fondly of Marion, and admired her way with food. She said Marion was really pleasant to be around and treated a home ec teacher as a colleague just as she did James Beard. My sympathies also go out to the family.
Cannon Beach, Oregon
My mother and Marion were great friends. Marion autograhed every one of her cookbook's for me. Most are held together by rubber bands because they are used so much. She was an inspiration to me.
So sad to hear of her passing and very sorry that she suffered Alzheimers in her last years. I will always remember her easy-going style and great sense of humor when I took cooking classes with her at her Walnut Creek home in the early 70's. I don't think any of us realized she would become famous but I'm glad she was able to share her wonderful self with the world.
Thank you for guiding me through the most elegant, creative and flavorful recipes. I cooked, but your guidance turned me into a single, practical gourmet "foodie" long before the term was coined.
Thank you for your genius.
Will miss your wonderful insight and knowledge.
Cathy, So sad to hear this news. I have been searching for you both and trying everything to reach you in last few years. Tried the old house phone but it was disconnected. Mom has Alzheimers as well. It is so horrible. Please contact me. Look on Facebook.
I have tried to contact my Aunt Marion for several years with no luck ..Now I know she had Alzheimers and has passed.. I would love for my cousins Mark or Catherine to reach out to their Adie cousins and perhaps we can share memories.. Linda McGovern 1413 Arlen gardnerville NV 89410
My sincere condolences to Marion's family. I work at the Trader Joes in Concord, CA. Marion used to come in every once in awhile before she became ill. Always had a smile on her face and a great sense of humor. Will very much miss her smiling eyes.
I really enjoyed the Fanny Farmer cookbook that I recieved as a wedding gift in 1979. It helped me to prepare great meals for my family over the years. Marion will truly be missed. May the God of all comfort be with her family and friends as they struggle to cope with their grief.
Please accept my sincere condolences during this time of your loss. Those who die God keeps in his memory because " they are precious in his eyes." (Psalms 116:15) With deepest sympathy.
Marion Cunningham's family and loved ones, condolences. A loss to thousands of kitchens and hearts. Indeed my 2 thumb-worn paperbacks, and even my hardback Fanny Farmer, will have not only recipe spatters, but teardrops spilling across the pages. It has her cookbook more than all the rest, that I turned to the most.
The Fannie Farmer Cookbook launched my love affair with cooking. I was so proud of that first cheesecake.
My condolences to the family.
Marion was a great friend, a great cook and a funny, funny lady....we had some great times with James, Danny Kaye,chez panisse, john hudspeth....thanks Marion it was a privilege to know you....Gary Harrell
I am sorry to hear of your loss. I remember fondly working with you at LCI. My thoughts are with you.
To my cousins Mark and Catherine, you have our condolences. Please know that Marion is at peace now and she is with Uncle Bob. God Bless you! You can find us all on Facebook, we would love to hear from you. Love Always, Nancy
We loved. Marion and have wonderful memories of.
Seaside, Oregon. The. Kramis. Family
With deepest sympathy to the Cunningham family during your time of grief...Psalm 46:1...God is for us a refuge and strength, A help that is readily to be found during difficult times...May God provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead.
Julia taught me how to cook, Marion taught me how to bake and keep it simple. RIP my mothers.
"Sincere condolences on the passing of a brilliant woman.....my Twelfth Edition Fannie Farmer's Cookbook revised by Mrs. Cunningham jumped into my hands at a thrift shop 15 years ago,and it is my kitchen Bible.Thank you,dear lady,and God Bless"
Sorry to hear of the lost of Mrs. Cunningham. Pour out your feelings to the God who promises to comfort our hearts. (2 Thessalonians 2:16, 17) "
My sincere condolences to the family. I treasure my Fannie Farmer Cookbook that I received as a wedding gift in 1980. Her constant help (through the cookbook) has made me a better cook! Marion touched many lives and homes through her books. She will be greatly missed.
Please accept my deepest condolences to your family. The art of cooking is a beautiful things to see. She will be missed dearly. My the God of peace be with your family at this time.
As I look at my dogearred Fannie Farmer cookbook held togethre with a rubber band, I will now always remember this special person who made cooking easier for everyone.
- I've often enjoyed her Cooking With Children CookBook.
- Mary Beth
My deepest condolences to the family as you mourn your loss. May the god of comfort guide you as you cope in this most difficult time. Psalm 65:2
My sincere condolences. I have always enjoyed cooking using my Fannie Farmer cookbook. As you deal with your grief; May you receive comfort from family,friends and God's WORD.(Psalm 94:19) . . .When my disquieting thoughts became many inside of me, Your own consolations began to fondle my soul."
My favorite cookbook and my mother's too! God Bless You!
Just a wonderful person and a talent..Loved by our family..~The Koppelman's
You can always find a great recipe in the Fannie Farmer cookbook. May she rest in peace knowing she touched so many lives.
God Bless....my mother made many a meal from her cook book
Just a "plain" culinary genius! Goodbye and God Bless!
Her rendition of Fannie Farmer's waffles were so good, guests would always ask for my recipe--it was in her well-used cookbook (which my sister had given me as a present). She was a culinary genius! I'll miss her.
Psalms 46:1 says God is our refuge and strength, an ever present help in times of trouble.
To the family of Mrs. Cunningham, lean on God for peace, strength and comfort during the coming days ahead. Only God can help you during your times of sorrow.
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I have the Fannie Farmer cookbook from 1979; My kids were raised on her cooking. May she feast at the table of the Lord.
I don't care what level of cooking you were at her revisions of the Fannie Farmer book made it a necessity to have. Glad she lived such a long and productive life.
To the Family and Friends. Please find comfort in this words and know that in the near future we all be able to see Marion again and enjoy her cooking. "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”
She looks to be a happy person. I applaud her for her love of cooking. R. I. P.
To the the family of Marion Cunningham - May God give you peace and comfort through his word and the Lord Jesus Christ during this time of sorrow, I know that she will be missed by many.