Marilyn Margaret (Guy) Simpson
August 11, 1936 – October 20, 2021
Marilyn Margaret (Guy) Simpson peacefully went home to be with Jesus surrounded by her family on October 20, 2021, in Omaha, Nebraska. She was preceded in death by her parents; and brother, Robert H. Guy.
Marilyn was born on August 11, 1936, to Elmer H. and Cathryn A. Guy. She married her high school sweetheart and love of her life, Andrew Simpson, on May 11, 1956. They spent 65 years together.
Marilyn is survived by her husband, children: Mark Simpson (Pat) of Niobrara, Nebraska, Bradley Simpson, of Omaha, NE, Daniel Simpson of Valley, Nebraska, Amy Cosimano (Philip) of Bennington, Nebraska; beloved grandchildren: Luke Simpson (Lilly), Matthew Simpson (Morgan), Emma Cosimano-Lepert (Michael), Annie Cosimano, Sophie Cosimano; great-grandchildren: Alexis, Eli, Grant, Noah, Maverick; sister-in-law (and dear friend), Susan Guy; nephews; nieces; cousins; and many loving friends.
Marilyn was an active member of All Saints Episcopal Church in Omaha, NE. She was passionate about serving others through church activities such as the Ministry of Care, St. Mary’s and Alter Guilds, mobile food pantries, and rummage sales. Her church family meant the world to her. Marilyn also had a great love of ceramics, scrapbooking, and maintaining their beautiful home.
MEMORIAL SERVICE: Monday, October 25th at 11am at All Saints Episcopal Church. Memorials are suggested to All Saints Episcopal Church, 9302 Blondo Street, Omaha, NE 68134.
Andy and family,
We are saddened to learn of the death of Marilyn. May your memories help during this time and the years to follow. Rest peacefully, Marilyn. Steve and Vicki (McCoy) Jensen
Andy and family,
My condolences to all of you. I was surprised to see the the announcement of her passing in the newspaper. I remember her as a very happy person, always smiling and laughing, she could be serious if needed to be but that was not very often at the office of Forest Lawn and company dinners that we all attended.
I am praying that this finds you resting peacefully. At this time and in the future, just remember all of the memories that you have had and once in awhile look at photo albums (whether they are in book form or digital) so you can smile and laugh at all the things you have experienced through the years.
I know what you are experiencing at this time, since I lost my wife three years ago. I still think of her and the things we did through our married life.
May God place a blessing on you and your family at this time and in the future.
Clarence Miller Jr.