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Marilyn Pecato ScotsRoss

Also known in the Philippines (particularly Davao, Mindi

nao) as Marilyn P. Gutierriez, beloved wife of John Jerry

ScotsRoss, tender mother of Jeanette Marion (age 5), Judy

Jeri (age 12), and Maeva Julia ScotsRoss (age 13), close friend

of hundreds of others, and faithful daughter and close follower

of our Lord Jesus Christ, after 10 months of steady decline

and increased suffering from non-Hodgkin's diffuse, enlarged

B-Cell Lymphoma, departed her cancer-ruined husk of a body

at 8:08 PM, December 22, 2011. She was born in Hagonoy,

Bulacan, on November 12, 1967, the daughter of Pergentia

Pelaez Pecato and Eduardo Gutierrez.

After a year of study and then passing her Vemont State

Licensed Nursing Assistant examination, Marilyn worked

with sentient enthusiasm as an LNA at the St. Albans Health

and Rehabilitation Center in Vermont. However, before the

home that they were having built for them in Greenwood,

Indiana was complete, and before completing her studies to

become a Registered Nurse, she was diagnosed with cancer.

By her effort and gifted talent as a singer/guitarist and

fervent Christian, the number of children attending Sunday

School at Binghamville/Fletcher United Methodist Church in

Vermont increased from zero to 12 and more. Whether as a

leader of the children's choir or an ever ready supporter of

the effort of others, Marilyn was always an open window of

Christian love through which warm friendship flowed both

ways without the least obstruction. Her physical presense

will be sorely and tearfully missed by the hundreds who

thought of her as a good and faithful friend. She will forever

be tenderly remembered by each and every one who ever

knew her. Farewell our beloved Marilyn, you have escaped

your suffering in favor of Heaven, where we will in time be

rejoined with you.

A service to commemorate her life will be held on Decem

ber 30, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. at her new church in Indiana, the

Southport United Methodist Church. Senior Paster Mark A.

Fisher will conduct the service. Volunteer members from

among the church body will provide food and drinks.

Published in the The Indianapolis Star on Dec. 29, 2011
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