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Marilynn Lee (Salyer) Guidi Obituary
Marilynn Lee Guidi (Salyer) Our beloved Marilynn passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by her family and friends after a courageous two-year battle with ovarian cancer. Dearly beloved wife of Angelo Guidi for 20 years. She enjoyed traveling on cruises and spending time with Angelo at her favorite vacation spot, Pollock Pines, CA. A great card player and lover of games of chance, Marilynn had a knack for hitting the jackpot whether it was on a slot machine, a lottery ticket or a game of bingo. Loving and devoted stepmother to Christopher and Gina Guidi who greatly relied on her artistic talents to complete many grade-school art projects. She especially loved being Gigi to Christopher's son, McKinley. Loving sister of Matthew, Mark, and Melanie Salyer and aunt to Matt Salyer and Heather Aguirre. She loved attending and cheering for Matt at his many sporting events. Her entire family is heartbroken for their loss and will keep Marilynn close in their heart's forever. A native of San Francisco and graduate of Lincoln High School, Marilynn worked for the County of San Mateo for 22 years and for the last several years as a court services manager at the Superior Court. She was very proud of having attained her AA degree through the San Mateo County Accelerated Degree Program. She will be especially missed by her Court family where she enjoyed mentoring employees and touched many people's lives with her cheerful disposition and wonderful sense of humor. Marilynn made many friends during her lifetime and will be greatly missed by all of them. The family would like to thank Dr. Ramey Littell; oncology nurse Ellie Cannon; and the staff at Kaiser San Francisco for their loving care. A Celebration of Marilynn's life will be held at St. John's United Church of Christ, 501 Laguna Honda Blvd., San Francisco, 94127, on Saturday March 14th, 1:00 pm, with a reception to follow. If desired, donations may be made in Marilynn's name to a veteran's organization or a children's charity, two causes close to Marilynn's heart.
Published in San Francisco Chronicle from Mar. 8 to Mar. 9, 2009
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