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Marian S. Lavenson


1924 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Marian S. Lavenson Obituary
Marian S. Louise Hanna Schatte Lavenson, 93, of Marlborough, Southbury, Greenwich, Pelham Manor, Marthas Vineyard and Jenkintown. October 14th, 1924 - June 8th 2018. Remembered for her unconditional love, passion for world adventures and loving child-like spirit, she relished get-to togethers, hosting summer family get-aways every year, filled with merriment, music and fun. There was room for everyone in her heart. She worked as a librarian, book store owner, creator of the Art Gallery at The Plaza hotel, travel agent and ran The Monologues. Deeply connecting as Mariamne the Palm Reader and most adoringly as a loving friend and matriarch of the Lavenson family. Marian had a magical and profoundly everlasting impact on the the lives of so many. Born 1924 in Swathmore, PA to Conrad Charles Schatte and Marian Louise Hanna. Deceased sister and best friend Betty. Divorced from James H. Lavenson and now survived by her four sons, Joel (Crista) of Belgrade, Michael (Catherine) of Albuquerque, Gary of Rockport & Peter of Wayland. Nine grand children; Christopher, Melissa (Smith), David (Tricia), Jamie (Jenna), Andrew, Julia & Daniel, Hanna & Emma. Six great grand children: Reed & Keeler Rae, Piper Grey & Willow Grace, Norah Marie, and Jack Wilder. Brother Raddy, nieces Melinda, Chrissie and Pam. Nephews Kurt and Chris. Especially fond of her cousins from the Marian Gayle Hanna Stauffer family, adopted son, Johnny Newfield... Judy Koblentz and other endless friends. Sammy Rose was her rescue kitty for many happy years. Celebration of Life ceremony will be held at the First Parish in Wayland, MA., Saturday June 16th, 2018 at 3:00 PM. Reception to follow at the home of Peter Lavenson. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, American (Breast) , or Animal Rescue League of Boston.
Published in MetroWest Daily News on June 12, 2018
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