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Marilyn Ann QUINLAN

North St Paul, Minnesota

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Passed away peacefully surrounded by family on June 7, 2019. Preceded in death by parents Raymond and Mary Ann Schultz and brother Raymond Schultz. Survived by husband Thomas; sons Tom (Daneen), Craig (Lisa), and Robb (Amanda); grandchildren Cory, Cam, Lexi, Cali, and Caroline; sisters Elaine and...

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Dear Tom & Family,
We will cherish our times with Marilyn at the lake. Her smile, laugh and the joy of Life, she shared with everyone who knew her. We were so blessed to know her an be a small part of her life. She was a very "Special" Lady ! We are so sad for You and your Family. Sending much Love and Many Hugs to all.
Love Mary & Gino

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Marilyn. My condolences to Mr. Quinlan and all the boys who I was lucky to have got to spend a lot of time with while growing up. What a special person.

Sincerely,

Dennis Solberg and Family

Marilyn was a beautiful person and we are so privileged to have known her. We share an amazing spirited granddaughter, Caroline, who loves her dearly. We will miss her especially at the great 4th of July celebrations at Robb and Amanda's home!
Our deepest condolences to everyone.
Connie and Bob Lenzmeier

In 5th grade, Marilyn and I used to get to take coupons to the girls' home near our school during school hours. We always thought they were bad girls. They were really just unfortunate girls who had made mistakes, but we were so innocent. We were a little nervous. On a couple of occasions it was raining and we got soaking wet, but we just laughed and jumped in puddles and dawdled as much as we dared.

In 8th grade I stayed at Marilyn's house for a slumber party. We went out...

Such a beautiful woman on the inside and the out. Her love for her family was not only evident but inspiring. She will be missed dearly.

Marilyn was a wonderful neighbor and will be missed by all. She always had a smile. Our prayers are with the entire family. Rich and Irma Raschke

Marilyn was a beautiful woman with a heart of gold. Tom so sorry for your loss and the Class of 1965 (Aggies) loss as well. She was well loved. I will truly miss our visits at our Ladies (Aggies) luncheons and her smiling face. Marilyn may you rest in peace.

My heart breaks for you Tom and your family. We have loss a beautiful friend. Will miss her so much.