Marlys-CLEAVELAND-Obituary

Marlys M. CLEAVELAND

Oakdale, Minnesota

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Age 78 of Woodbury Passed away peacefully, surrounded by family and love. Preceded in death by parents Wendell and Florence Phillips, husband Tom and daughter Susan. Survived by children Jennifer (Larry) Louden, Kate (Mike) Brazil, Alex (Anne), John (Catherine) and son in law Kirk Olsen. Also...

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I'd like to Thank Marlys Family for sharing her. with me. For years we worked together at Linders flower Mart. What a Kind,Thoughtful friend she was. Love to you Barb Perzichilli xxoo

I will miss my sewing circle friend very much. She was a dear friend, who was loved by so many. Blessings to her family❤

Reflecting thoughtfully On a life well lived and full of love. We will miss Marlys's kind smile, wave and beautiful flowers in her front garden. The neighborhood will not be the same without the CLEAVELAND family.

Mrs. Cleveland was a true friend of mine and will be missed. Thank you to Marlys for your laughter, kindness but most of all your friendship. Park Hills will not be the same.Max and Pauline

Marlys was always ""there""and will be missed in our sewing group.
She accompanied me before by bypass surgery to have Sacrament of the sick...and i knew she supported many during their trials ...
Will always remember her smile and friendship.
Merrilyn

We lived next door to you for 8 years. Marlys made me rhubarb pies every spring. We always talked over the fence. She was so kind to me and my children She was our Grandma next door. We were lucky to have known her.

Terri Selberg

Our Lady of Peace High School, class of 1958, is saddened to learn of the death of our friend and classmate, Marlys (Phillips) Cleaveland. We send love and sympathy to all of her family. May she Rest in Peace.

Reflecting thoughtfully on a life well lived, so Full of Love. We will miss most Marlys's kind words, smile and many waves as we passed by. The neighborhood will not be the same, she has left her mark here and will live on in our s. Jim and Cathy Bauer