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Marlene J. (Person) Kundert

Marlene J. (Person) Kundert

Oct 13, 1937 – Jan 11, 2018

Preceded in death by parents, Paul Miles Garnette, Mick and Lola Adams; husbands, Lee Person and Dave Kundert; brothers: Paul Garnette, Rick Garnette, Gary Miles, Dee Miles; sister, Sandra Carter.  Survived by sons, Edward Person (Cari) and William Person (Tanya); grandchildren: Sean Person (Darci), Stacey Roode (Chris), Amanda Rinne (Brandon), Makayla Person, and Olivia Person; six great-grandchildren; brother, Michael Adams (Sarah).

The family will receive friends on Wednesday, Jan. 17th from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel.  PRIVATE FAMILY SERVICES on Thursday, Jan. 18th.  Interment, Evergreen Memorial Park.  Memorials are suggested to a charity of your choice.

 

 

4 Comments

  • Leigh Ann Garnette Holtorf Posted January 14, 2018 7:10 pm

    I am so sorry Uncle Mickie & cousins Ed, Billy & families. She was a wonderful person & was Loved by many. She would always give me her hand me down clothes, because we were the same size. That helped me a lot. I’m glad that we got together as much as we did. I hope that she didn’t suffer much & know that she is in a much better place now. She will be missed.?

  • Ellen Robertson Posted January 16, 2018 9:22 pm

    We are simply never old enough to loose our parents. Please know that you are in our prayers. Tim&Ellen Robertson

  • Steve Sanchelli Posted January 17, 2018 9:20 am

    to Marlene’s family,My wife and I are very sorry for your loss. Marlene was an amazing person and we at Lakeside Rehab. Will miss her.

  • shannon Huehn Posted January 17, 2018 1:52 pm

    I met Marlene a few years ago when our dogs took a liking to each other. Peaches would be in the front yard and my pup (who doesn’t like a lot of other dogs) would run up to Peaches and they would play. Marlene got a lot of enjoyment out of seeing Peaches running around. Then my Mother and Marlene became good friends and spent many 4:30p Happy Hours together. And, although her friends in the neighborhood told her not to, she would make the most delicious food and serve it to all. Luckily, I was the recipient of many “left-overs”, although I suspect Marlene made extra for Mom to bring to me. She was an amazing cook and was kind enough to write down some recipes for me. I will smile and say a blessing every time I make her Apple Crisp and Buttermilk Cake and share with my friends and family. Marlene will not be forgotten!

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