Marilyn Ladd Foster

Townsend, Delaware

Age 75


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Marilyn Ladd FosterTownsend - Age 75, passed away Thursday, April 26, 2018 surrounded by her family.Born in Old Hickory, TN, Marilyn graduated from DuPont High School and attended Tennessee Technological University before joining the staff of Governor Frank G. Clement in Nashville. Marilyn...

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As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to your family. We pray that knowing God understands and cares for you will give you strength and peace. 1 Peter 5:6-7

Was so very sorry to hear of Marilyn,s passing. Will always remember our good times t ogether growing up in Old Hickory. We used to spend overnights at each other's home. We were always doing some kind of flips and back bends. We thought we were so good at it. We went thru school together, church, MYF, sorority, college, and planned our weddings together. What sweet memories! I'll never forget you. May u Rest In Peace. Fr om the Heart, Anita

Bookie and family - am so sorry to hear of Marilyn's passing. She was always a friend to me through our school years and in the last few on facebook. I feel your pain as I lost my Linda of 50 years 3 years ago. GOD has been good to me and blessed me with another love that does not replace but makes this live worth the living. Will be thinking for you as you lay her to rest and lonesome nights to come. Have faith and He will see you through.

Rest well Marilyn. I am better for having known you

So sorry to hear about Marilyn's passing. I worked with Bookie for several years, and the several times I was with her, I felt like we had been friends forever. I was happy to see that while she didn't have a daughter, she has plenty of granddaughters. What a blessing grandchildren are!

We offer to you our prayers and love.

Don, Sue, Ryan, Maggie & Kyle
The Morris Family.

Marilyn was a wonderful neighbor and very dear friend. We will never forget all the wonderful things she did for us and the support she provided for our family. She was also a really fun person who always had a delicious recipe to share. She was a great wife and mother; s fantastic hostess; and most importantly a woman of faith. We will miss her in our lives and will always cherish her memory. Much love to Bookie, Bill, Jeff, Steven, and families. Dan and Mary Lou Edgar