Fannie “Marlene” Loretta -Carmoney-Obituary

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Fannie “Marlene” Loretta Carmoney

Marion, Virginia

Aug 3, 1937 – Nov 12, 2017 (Age 80)

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Atkins, VA Fannie “Marlene” Loretta Carmoney, age 80 passed away Sunday, November 12, 2017, at her home.Arrangements will be announced by Bradley’s Funeral Home.

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Dear Aunt Marlene, You were always my favorite aunt for so many reasons. You were such a kind and understanding person. You were willing to try any adventure I may have had as a child. We enjoyed playing cards, catching crawfish , blackberry picking and enjoying a cool late summer night on your porch. You were always wanting to spend time with me. I cherished that and still do to this day and furthermore. You will be truly missed! I love you and I'm glad to have been able to pay my respects...

Marlene will be missed by us all. She was always nice to our family and always asked how we were doing after we moved away from Marion. It didn't matter how long we had been away, she always treated us like we hadn't been gone for longer than a day when we would come visit at church.

Aunt Marlene - I loved coming to visit you. Staying up late playing cards, I have missed that over the last several years. I married into your family and that is when you became mine. Our family is heartbroken. You are always loved and will be missed. Until we meet again my sweet friend. Rest in Glory.

Marlene, you were always a special part of our family. We will miss you but you will always be in our hearts.

Dear Family
Marlene was a very special lady.
She brightened my life.
Knew her from her days at the City Drug.
We became better friends when I had the beauty shop and did her hair for about 10 years. She was always talking about her brother and his sons. We stayed in touch ., Christmas cards, talks.
My mother passed away in Sept. I looked up and there was Marlene .
She always talked about how good her church family was to her.
She will be greatly missed by...

Marlene was a great lady. I have known her since the beginning of the Marion Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. She always had a smile when we would see her. She will be missed, but she is with Heavenly Father and continuing the work. My prayers for the family during this time.

From Ron and Devere Harmon

My beloved Marlene, what can I say, I just talked to you Friday night. Our hearts are broken. You have been a great blessing in our lives and taught us so much about love and having faith. Thank you for bringing the Gospel into our lives and we will forever be grateful to you and your family. Oh how I will miss our late night telephone calls and talking for a couple hours. You were like a sister to us and you will never be forgotten. We will MISS you!! We love you and please watch over us...

Sweet Marlene my heart is truly broken ! You are such a special friend to me and I will forever treasure all of the great memories of the good times we had together! I will always love you and you will forever be in my heart !! See you again one day !!! Pam Absher

We love you Marlene. You were certainly an important part of our family and we will miss our fun visits with you on our trips south from Maryland. I know you and mom are talking and laughing up in heaven now and that makes me happy.
Susan Sheridan