Marian Conrad
1924 - 2021
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Marian Conrad

Mason - CONRAD (nee Paul)

Marian Aida, age 97, passed away on February 21, 2021. She was born on January 12, 1924 in Port Lavaca, TX to the late John and Viva (nee Guidry) Paul.

Marian and her sisters were singers for the USO at Matagorda Island Air Force Base, TX; where she met F. William Conrad who was stationed there in the Army Air Corp.; they married and raised 5 daughters. He preceded her in death on June 17, 1998 after 53 years of marriage.

She is survived by her devoted daughters, Vickie ( the late Dan) Buck, Nancy Ball, Leigh (John)Dovel, Lynn (Thomas) Wallenhorst, and Jaque (Matthew) Heisey; grandchildren, William (Abby) Simpson, Stephanie (Jesse) Brody, Bryan (Sarah) Ball, Nathan (Tina) Ball, Becky (BJ) Ellis, James (Hannah) Dovel, Kelli (Jeffrey) Erdman, Brent Wallenhorst, JB Heisey, and Jenny Heisey; 7 great grandchildren; brother, Robert (Sandra) Paul; and sister in law, Gloria Frey; numerous nieces, nephews, and other family. Marian is preceded in death by her parents, husband, and 3 siblings.

Services will be private and at the convenience of the family. Paul R. Young Funeral Home entrusted with services.

Memorial Contributions may be offered to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society www.lls.org




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Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer from Feb. 23 to Feb. 24, 2021.
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February 27, 2021
Mernie has a very special family. Our prayers and hearts are with you. I bet Nancy, Jacque and Marion have already been summoned for a chorus of Chattanooga choo choo .
Bobby and Sandy Paul
Brother
February 27, 2021
In loving memory of a wonderful person and our aunt Marian. We will love you and miss you always.
Stephen Paul
Family
February 26, 2021
"Mrs. Conrad" was a second mother to all of us who grew up on Julep Lane in the fifties and sixties. She was always positive and happy; she made each of us feel so special. Love and prayers to all her children and grandchildren. She was a great lady !
Frances Behling
Friend
February 25, 2021
Mrs. C was the "Mom next door" when we were growing up. She proved it when she rescued me from the principal's office one day. I was a high school freshman and a classmate reported that I was wearing culottes (horrors!). The teacher had me stand up, turn around, then asked if it was true. I acknowledged that I was not wearing a pleated skirt. So off I went. I knew my Mom wasn't home that day, so I has the office call Mrs. C, as she was the keeper of our extra house key. After explaining my predicament, asking for help, and telling her which skirt in my closet to choose (girls not allowed to wear pants at that time), she agreed to help. As a young teen I didn't think anything about asking this favor; as an adult I marvel that she would be willing to go into our house, upstairs, etc. She brought the change of clothes to what was then the still under construction Forest Park High; I replaced the culottes with appropriate, although shorter, attire, and went back to class. Your Mom just laughed when I thanked her again later, saying she never knew me to be a rebel.

Her Christmas cards and other written communications throughout the years always included encouraging words. She was a special lady, and I will always remember her.

My heart goes out to you all; may you feel God's arms around you during this difficult time.
Holly Herrmann Crosthwait
Neighbor
February 24, 2021
I remember Mrs. Conrad, whom I met many years ago through her daughters and my friends, Lynn and Leigh, as a very attractive, elegant, intelligent and witty woman. And also as a mother who loved and looked out for her family. What I was unaware of though was her background singing with her sisters for the USO during WWII. Truly a class act. May she rest in peace and her memory be treasured.
Dr. Philip D. Rasico
Friend
February 24, 2021
We will miss Nonnie so much! She was a firecracker filled with love and life. We are sure she is up in heaven getting everyone straight! Love to all of our family and extended family. We were blessed to know her. She lives on in so many!! Much love and prayers to all, Susie and Jim Powers
Susie
Family
February 23, 2021
I have so many great memories from living next door...the annual neighborhood picnic, spending hours playing inside your house and out, and who could forget the sleepover with a monster under the bed?! Your mom always made me feel welcome and at home. Thanks for the wonderful memories. My condolences and love to your family.
Barb(ie) Herrmann Stifel
Barb Herrmann Stifel
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