Condolence: I worked with Marian many years at Snyder. She was a kind and caring person. In the Jewish faith we say,”May her name always be used as a blessing.”! I’m lucky to have had her touch my life. She will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Condolence: As I became an adult and we again crossed paths , you told me to call you Marian but I will always think of you as Miss Smith , my phys.ed/gym teacher /coach at Armstrong Middle School.
You taught me along with many other girls not only how to play sports such as field hockey , lacrosse, basketball ,Softball & volleyball but how to become strong independent young ladies.
I told you many years ago that you were one of my role models as a young tween /teen .
Along with my Dad & Mrs. Adams ( your Co teacher at Armstrong) , you all help to mold my love of playing , coaching & watching sports . And I in turn shared that passion with my three children.
I will never forget the impact you had on me a young girl .❤️❤️❤️
Condolences to your family at this difficult time.
Condolence: As we decorated our Christmas tree last week we hung the picture of you, Lucy, and the two of us in a ceramic frame you gave us. We laughed at the fact that it took forever to get the picture taken (of the four of us on a weekend stay over) as you had to set your camera on a tripod and run to get into the picture. We four laughed and laughed as the tripod kept falling down.
Marian we met back in 1987 at Temple University and sat through a very strange class that enabled us to become friends. The four of shared some great times whether eating out, going to a play, or visiting at our homes.
You were fun loving, loyal, helpful, kind to both animals and people, enthusiastic in all you did, courageous, a wonderful friend, and the best partner for your beloved Lucy. You will be so very missed by all. We thank God for your life and for making ours better.
Condolence: Dear roomie, we had so much fun at East Stroudsburg and earned the finger statue!
A true athlete, I could not keep up with you in high school on the lacrosse field. Then we gave up our Saturday tennis to run then eventually walk...my speed. How I wish I had stayed in closer contact with you. All you wanted was for Lucy to retire so you could travel together. Hopefully you had that time.
Condolence: We had the pleasure of getting to know Marian through pickleball. She was a woman of strength and courage and someone that we immediately liked and greatly admired. Not to mention she was a darn good pickleball player! 😀 We will miss her. Our deepest sympathy to Lucy and Marian’s family and friends.
You are finally at peace. You fought a long, hard battle and I am in awe of your strength, patience and determination.
You were a loyal friend and have always been a positive role model for all of us.
May you be at eternal rest with a smile you so frequently shared with us. Will miss you.