Marilyn Russell

Obituary of Marilyn A. Russell

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Russell, Marilyn A. (Erick) Lifetime resident of Farnham, NY entered into rest October 17, 2021, beloved wife of the late William Russell, loving mother of Jeffrey (Susan) Russell and Jill (Anthony) Gajewski; cherished grandmother of Melissa (Michael) Ginestre, Jeffrey (Gabriel) Russell and Kara Stephan, great grandmother of seven. Marilyn proudly retired from the Erie County Auto Bureau and Erie County Clerk’s office as a supervisor. She spent her time traveling with the Brant Senior Citizens Group, volunteering at Lake Shore Hospital and spending cherished time with family and friends, She enjoyed her time wintering in Largo, FL where she volunteered at the Largo Cultural Center. She was a member of the Palm Hill Players performing as a vocal soloist in their musical productions. As an avid golfer she recorded a “hole in one” at Grand View Golf Course. Marilyn was a woman of faith and steadfast presence at Holy Cross Lutheran Church. She was proud to be a member of the Mary Martha’s Circle and sharing her musical gifts in the choir. As an excellent cook and baker, she would donate her raspberry pies for fundraisers and was so excited when they received awards and top donations. No prior visitation, funeral services will be held Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 10:30 AM in Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Farnham, NY. Arrangements by ADDISON FUNERAL HOME INC.
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10:30 am - 10:30 am
Saturday, October 23, 2021
Holy Cross Lutheran Church
633 Church Street
Farnham, New York, United States
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Marilyn Russell

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Marilyn Russell

1932 - 2021

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