Obit: Miller, Marilyn Ann (1939 - 2019)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Miller, Weber, Schuld, Foune, Long, Schlegelmilch, Schmidt, Kiley, Reed, Opelt, Davis

----Source: Sunland Memorial Park Mem. & Cremation Center (Sun City, AZ) 5/13/2022

Miller, Marilyn Ann ( 29 May 1939 – 26 August 2019)

Marilyn Ann Miller, was born on May 29, 1939 – and died on August 26, 2019

Marilyn Schuld was born in Loyal, WI and grew up in Neillsville, WI with her seven brothers and sisters. Marilyn and Wayne owned a bar and restaurant in Libertyville, IL in the 1980's called "The Olde Coachman." They sold the business in 1988 and retired to Buckhannon, WV, Wayne's hometown. Marilyn and Wayne were “snowbirds” to Arizona for years, before moving there permanently. Marilyn preferred Arizona’s extreme heat to Midwest winters. She enjoyed being with people and humming to whatever music was playing. In recent years, her favorite things included time with Jerry, Peggy, Dave and Lori; the Coffee Haus and canasta at her mobile home park; and blessing people with homemade Hallmark cards. Her family and friends will miss her greatly.

Marilyn is preceded in death by husband, Wayne; daughter Donna (Miller) Foune; parents Leander and Julia (Weber) Schuld; sister Elenora (Schuld) Long; brother Al Schuld; sister Margaret (Schuld) Schlegelmilch; and sister Josephine (Schuld) Schmidt.

She is survived by daughters Debbie (Miller) Kiley (Bob), Brenda (Miller) Reed (Charlie), and Margie (Opelt) Davis (Jim), eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; brother Jerry Schuld (Peggy), brother Romaine Schuld (Doris, dec’d); and brother Dave Schuld (Lori).

A celebration of Marilyn’s life will be held, Saturday, October 12, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. at Paradise RV Resort, 10950 W. Union Hills Dr, Sun City, AZ 85373

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