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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Marilyn M. (Williams) Hill

1928 - 2021

Martinsburg formerly of Bedford

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Marilyn Madeline Hill, 92, passed away January 30th, 2021 at Homewood in Martinsburg.

Marilyn was born on March 17, 1928 in Pittsburgh to the late George and Mary (Bloutt) Williams.

She is survived by daughters Diana Palmer (husband Lawrence) of Valley Forge and Kathy Ann Monsour (husband Jack) of Bedford; five grandchildren: Eliza Monsour, Jackson Monsour and wife Christy, Burton Monsour, Matthew Palmer and Allison (husband Benjamin) Pleasant; five great...

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Edwin and Lanyce Roldan

February 3, 2021 7:05 PM

In memory of Marilyn M Hill.
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Dick, Myriam, Jennifer, and Diana Rogers, and Carol Blair

February 3, 2021 11:58 AM

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Mimi. Take comfort that she is once again with Larry. Remember the good times and it will fill your heart.
Dick, Myriam, Jennifer, and Diana Rogers, and Carol Blair


A Grove of 5 Memorial Trees was planted in memory of Marilyn M. Hill

Colben

March 1, 2021 3:52 AM

I wanted to do this for a while. Just finding the time to give sympathy maybe share some memories. I didn't get to know her like her family and loved ones. I took care of her everyday. I would bond with her during dinner time. She would talk and communicate in the way she could and getting her ready every night I got to know who she was. You can tell alot by her demeanor. She was very kind and would help us in any way she could in the small things I suppose. I really had discover who she was I learned alot day in and day out. I could by her room she was a woman of faith. I could tell she was a person who lived life. I know it was hard times. I do know that she had something special about her. I miss her and I am more glad to know where she is and her place in the kingdom of God. I am more sure she is such place of perfection we couldn't fathom it. I know she was loved mimi it really touched to see that. I always tried to honor in the best way I can. Treat her with the value that she cared and the blessing  that she is. I know that nothing can the feeling away of grief is hard. I speak from the loss my mom. In 2019. It still hits me some days are better than others. I carry my mom's spirit and memories with. I press towards the mark of the high calling even it takes me to go through marathon. I dont have words to say. I miss her and I think about her. She was a treasure on earth. Im so sorry for this loss maybe one day we all meet her again. Thank you for allowing  me to care for her. I pray that you all will be able to find peace and comfort this hard season of your life.

Jean Whetstone

February 4, 2021 9:57 AM

Kathy My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

Sam Mesalam

February 2, 2021 8:23 PM

Two descriptive words come immediately to my mind when I remember my Aunt Mamie…loving and kind. I cherish the memories I have growing up when our family traveled back to Pittsburgh to visit Situ, Jidu, Aunt Mamie, Uncle Larry, and my cousins. Many memories that always stand out on those trips are the evenings when Aunt Mamie would spend one on one time with me sitting at the dinner table teaching me how to play Basra. She was always very patient and always made it fun. Also, she made it so exciting because she would give me a penny for every point! She was special to many people in many different ways, but to me, she was my very loving and kind Aunt.
Rest in Peace
Sam Mesalam

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