Marilyn Louise Nolin, age 81 of Prairie City, passed away on Saturday, Jun 16, 2018, at Jefferson Place in Pella. Funeral services will be held on Friday, June 22, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the Prairie City Church of The Brethren. Burial will take place at Silent City Cemetery in Monroe. Visitation will take place on Thursday, June 21, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Coburn Funeral Home in Prairie City. Memorials may be directed to the Prairie City Church of The Brethren, Prairie City Ambulance or Wesley Life Hospice. Condolences may be left for the family at www.coburnfuneralhomes.com
The daughter of Harold and Ruby (Squire) Miller, Marilyn was born on July 12, 1936 in Vandalia, Iowa. She graduated from Prairie City High School in 1954. On June 30, 1956, she was united in marriage to Carroll Dean Nolin at the Prairie City Christian Church. Marilyn was a member of the Prairie City Church of The Brethren. She enjoyed square dancing, doing crossword puzzles, playing solitaire, playing cards and baking.
Those left to honor her memory include her husband, Carroll; three children, Donnie (Amy) Nolin, Ronnie Nolin, and Brenda Cloyd; six grandchildren, Jennifer Curry, Jon Nolin, Janelle Nolin, Christina Dowdell, Ashley Hill, and Grace Cloyd; six great grandchildren, Thatcher, Kaiya, Karis and Thia Dowdell, Ivan and Kaeson Hill and several nieces and nephews. Preceding Marilyn in death were her parents, a sister, Diane Huetter and two brothers, Richard and Bill Miller.
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Donnie and Family so sorry for your families loss. Your Mother was a wonderful Lady. May God's hand comfort you in this time of loss.
John 16:22 "Therefore you too have grief now; but I will see you again, and your heart will rejoice, and no one will take your joy away from you."
Lester and Denise Vroegh
Diane and Marilyn at family reunion June 2016
I remember getting letters and a birthday card each year in the mail from Aunt Marilyn. I remember when I was little and we visited, I'd like to take "zips" of my Mom's coffee and Aunt Marilyn would tell me it was going to put hair on chest. She laughed when I said I didn't want hair on my chest! She did her best to keep family connected. We'll greatly miss Aunt Marilyn.
I am saddened to hear of Marilyn's passing. After Mom passed away Marilyn would always see to it that Dad got some of her homemade peanut brittle. He really enjoyed it and appreciated her thoughtfulness as well. Her gentle kindness will be greatly missed, my condolences to her family.
The family is in our thoughts and prayers. She was a special lady.
Carroll, Donnie, Ronnie & Brenda; my deepest sympathies to you all. Marilyn was a special lady. I will always cherish the memories of all the Squire family get togethers. Keeping you all in my thoughts.
Charlotte (Emmert) Vymetal
Carroll, Donnie, Ronnie & Brenda, you have my deepest sympathies. I'll always cherish the memories of all the Squire family get togethers.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Charlotte ( Emmert) Vymetal
You all are in my thoughts and prayers. It is ironic, as the last time I saw Marilyn, she was helping to serve lunch for my Mom's funeral. Marilyn was a wonderful and giving person, and will be greatly missed. The music festivals, dances and other gatherings we all shared are some of my Greatest memories!!
May God's Blessings and Comfort sustain you all during this difficult time! Greg DeMoss (Ray and Wanda's son)
My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Loved the good times we shared square dancing over the years. God Bless you all. Bev (Carter) Robarge
Our condolences to your family. She was a special Lady who always brought a smile and a kind word every time you saw her. All he knew her will miss her. May God be with you during this time. Jeff and Debbie Jones
Marilyn, First you were a daughter, sister, wife, mom, aunt, grandma, great-grandma, and a dear friend to all who were lucky enough to get to know you. I can hear you telling us kids, when we got a boo boo, ohhh it is a long ways from your heart, you'll be okay. Well - we will be okay - because we know you loved each and everyone one of us, as we loved you. I will miss you Aunt Marilyn, but I know you are in heaven with my mom, along with your two brothers, parents and grandparents. What a great reunion that must have been. Love, Marcia Huetter Bell - one of your favorite nieces!
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