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Marnie Elizabeth Gilbert Anderson

Salt Lake City, Utah

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Marnie Elizabeth GilbertAnderson 1/4/69 ~ 9/19/03  MANTI - Marnie Elizabeth Gilbert Anderson, 34, was born January 4, 1969 in Murray, Utah. On Sept. 19, 2003, homecoming weekend with fire-works ablaze in the sky, Marnie unexpectedly went home. We look forward to our meeting with her...

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It's been 15 years tomorrow and I can't tell you how much I miss you! It never gets easier for me or any of us. We survive and get through the days although some are easier than others. I had a dream about you a couple of nights ago and we were laughing so hard our stomachs hurt just like we used to. You understood me more than anyone does or ever has and that's what I miss about you the most. Please know I love you and cant wait until we meet again! See you on the other side and...

I feel extremely lucky and blessed to have known Marnie
She was truly one of a kind
G

Marnie,
It has been over a month and I still cannot believe you are gone. I can’t thank you enough for taking what could have been a difficult situation & not only making it easy, but very comfortable as well. I am honored to have had you as my friend for the 16 plus years. I will miss waiting for you in Spanish Fork & having you show up consistently 15 minutes late & trying to guess what excuse you would have for it. You always had a different one, albeit a lame one,...

To know Marnie was to love her. I know the old gang has not been as close as we used to be but we will always share a special bond that will forever keep us together. To the family of Marnie our hearts go out to you.

I just want to tell Marn's family how thankful I am to you for sharing such a great person with me for the past 20+ years. She had such a great impact on me and a friend like her, there will never be another!!!! Although I feel a great void in my life everyday without her, Im glad I got to be with her until the end. Love ya "G"!!!
Your FOREVER BEST FREIND!!!
P.S. You'll always come first in my heart!!

To Marnie's family and friends; my heartfelt sympathies. Marnie was one of my daughter's, Gina Marie Leavitt (Higham)high school friends. I loved the way Marnie's smile just lit up the whole room whenever she walked into our house. Thank you Marnie for giving so much love and a great friendship to my daughter Gina, and thank you family for sharing such a treasure with us.

IF I COULD ONLY TURN BACK TIME AND TELL YOU HOW MUCH YOU HAVE MEANT TO MY LIFE AND HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU I WOULD, YOU WILL BE MISSED MORE THAN YOU COULD EVER IMAGINE. I LOVE YOU MARNIE!IM THANKFUL TO HAVE BEEN A PART OF YOUR LIFE! PEACE OUT SISTA!

Marnie, it seems like only yesterday that we shared our lives together. Although, we have lost touch over the years, I cherish the memeories of our childhood and take comfort that you will live on through your children.
To Marnie's family, my deepest sympathy and may your memeories of Marnie bring you comfort.