Marilyn A. MUELLER, age 65, (nee Seman). Dearest mother of Jennifer Grasson (Timothy) and Jeffrey Mueller (Beth). Loving grandmother of Thomas and Andrew. Dear daughter of Marcella Seman (nee Rupinski) and the late Albert. Dear sister of Nancy Maholtz, Stephen Seman, Gary Seman, and the late Karen Vealey. Dear aunt, cousin, and friend to many. Marilyn was a proud graduate of Otterbein Nursing School and worked as an RN for many years.
Mass of Christian Burial: Sat. Feb. 22, 9:30 AM at St. Bridget of Kildare Church. Interment: Resurrection Cemetery, Valley City. Visitation: Fri. 2-4 and 6-8 PM at The Zabor Funeral Home, 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (betw. Snow & Ridge).
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice Service of South West General Hospital. To offer condolences visit www.ZaborFH.com
Messages of Condolence
God Bless you Sis. Sorry you were called to heaven so soon. You were always generous to me and my kids. You are so missed. Keep open a seat for me in heaven.
My Dear Aunt Marilyn,
I just wanted to say, I love you. You have always been a special aunt to me, ever since I was little, playing with Jen and Jeff. Tell my mother, not one day goes by that I don’t think of her, as well as not one day will go that I don’t remember you. You will be dearly missed ! Love you very much !
You will be missed so much. You left us too soon. Say hello to all that went before you. We will say tons of prayers for you.
We will take care of mom and will keep in touch with Jenn, Jeff and families.
I loved you with all my heart and always prayed for you. I know you are now wrapped in God’s arms.
All my love
Heart felt condolences to the whole family. God Bless!
What a journey this has been. I did not expect this to be the end result, but trust that I will try and piece this together best I can. I hope that one day God gives me some insight into why this happened and gives me peace. The only peace I have right now is that I was able to be there for you from calling 911 until the very end when I finally abided by your wishes and held you close as you left this earth.
Just know that I loved you so very much and was so so proud of you!!!! You will be missed EVERY DAY! I will make sure your grandchildren don’t forget you and we will visit you often. I plan to take them to the summer in the city every summer and we will think of you.
Thanks for being an awesome mother. Please watch over us and save a spot for us up in heaven. Say hi to Gramps and Karen and Lucy and everyone else you are with right now.
I LOVE YOU MOM!!! (Don’t forget about the sign!) I already miss you so much!!!!
My Daughter Marilyn,
I’m very proud to have had you as my daughter. You will be missed every single day. I love you sweetheart, please kiss Dad for me.
Dear Aunt Marilyn,
I just want you to know how much you meant to me. I remember staying the night when I was little and you made it so much fun. You where taken to soon but I guess god needed you. I love you so much and will miss you the rest of my life, I hope you and mom are chatting it up please tell her I love her. Rest in paradise!!!
Your life made the world a better place. I will always remember your smile, laughter and love for life. Getting together with our families was always special to me. Thank you for being such a special person to so many people!
I look forward to reuniting with you when my time comes.
Dear family of Marilyn: Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your dear loved one. I wish to share some comfort from the Bible at this sad time. Death is such a tagedy for all of us and yet, when it touches us personally, few of us find the comfort that we search for. And death itself leaves so many of us with unanswered questions. However, many have found comfort in God’s Word the Bible. The Bible teaches that God will swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. (Isaiah 25:8). God also promises to reunite us with our dear loved ones by means of a resurrection right here on earth and we can live life to the full in paradise that will be filled with peace, happiness and perfect health for everyone. What a wonderful hope and prospect this is. (John 5:28,29; Revelation 21:4; Psalms 37:10,11,29; Isaiah 33:24). As you read the above texts in your Bible, may the wonderful hope they give us along with loving memories, bring you a measure of comfort during this most difficult time. Sincerely: David Cowles