Marilyn M. Harris

Everett, Washington


Everett, Washington


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Marilyn M. (Webster) Harris"Mickey"

Our beautiful mother, "Mickey," died peacefully April 10, 2009 surrounded by the love of her "kids,' her favorite cat, and our father's comforting music. Mom was born in Leavenworth, Washington on July 17, 1933 to James Glenn "Lefty" Webster...

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I was lucky enough to get to know Mickey through her daughter Teri. Teri and I rode horses together many years ago. I remember Mickey's warm and fun loving personality. I also worked briefly with her at the Dept. of Corrections where she was a wonderful and fun person to work with. I know she will be greatly missed by her family.

Your right Haley, your Granny was an inspiration. Know that her blood runs through yours. Along with your Grampa's your mama's and dads, and all those that came before. And now it runs through your lil Pomp..The constant that binds our families thru time is Love..simple and true.
40 some years ago i met Mickey, She was the mom to my best friend in this life, Ter.(thank you God for Ter) Coming from a farm family whose mom was always home, i thought she was about the fanciest thing i'd...

My Granny was the most inspirational person I have ever met. A person that always had the right answer. Her passing, yet hard, is easier to cope since I know that her and my grampa are together again. A couple that showed what a true love relationship is all about. Ill never forget all the memories I have of my Granny. From childhood till now. Most of my fondest ones include her and my Grampa. Life sure won't be the same without her. I sure miss the cards all of us kids received on EVERY...

Terri, Rick and family. I know you must be missing Mickey so much right now. I know I do. She fought such a hard battle with such dignified grace and I never heard her complain. I still have her address on my e-mail contact page and every time I see it I want to send her a "funny". We had so many good times going to lunch at Olive Garden with some of our class mates and sitting there and laughing all afternoon. I will never forget her. Her passing has left such a huge hole in a...

I just heard today that Marilyn passed away and my heart is so sad. We did not know each other well, she called me for real estate advice and took pleasure in showing me her lovely historic home. I actually read the obituary and remembered it was but didn't know her as Mickey and didn't connect the young girl in the picture with the down to earth senior I had the pleasure of getting to know. My sympathy to all of you in the family. She was a very special lady.

You will definitely be missed, Mickey! Your love was amazing for your family ... a real woman of substance. I love you and miss you!
God bless your family.

Mickey you were a real "fighter" in many ways...a true inspiration to all of us. Your unselfish dedication to the success of the American Legion Post in Snohomish is a legacy! You were a true "trooper" and we are proud to have been a part of your personal life as well as you military life. You will always be with us.

I worked with Mickey for a time at the Nielsen law firm and she was a delightful co-worker and friend. I hope her family bears her passing well.

To a wonderful family I would only like to say that Aunt Mic was a geat lady and I will miss her very much. My thoughts are with you in love and memory.