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Marion A. Myhill, 85

Marion A. Myhill

Marion A. Myhill

Marion A. Myhill, 85, a lifelong resident of Fulton died Thursday at her daughter’s home in Waterloo with her devoted husband of 65 years, Alfred at her side.

Marion was born February 13, 1926 in Fulton, the daughter of the late Earl and Mildred Pealo. She was a past Sr. Regent and Recording Secretary for the Women’s Auxiliary of the Royal Order of Moose, Fulton Chapter. Marion also worked at the Fairgrieve Elementary School Cafeteria for several years.

She was fun loving and will always be remembered for her humorous nature and spontaneous whistling.

Marion and her husband were inseparable and were the perfect example of true love. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren. With her loving spirit, she bettered the lives of everyone she spent time with during her life.

Marion enjoyed travelling, music and loved spending summer afternoons on the front porch.

She is survived by her husband, Alfred Myhill; her children, Paul (Linda) Myhill of Murray, KY, Joanne (Mickey) Hicks of Waterloo and Terry Myhill of Oswego; a brother, Robert (Pat) Pealo of Auburn; grandchildren, Chenny (Alton Jowers) Hicks, Armanda (Jordan) King, Tom (Colleen) Hicks, T.J. Myhill and Robyn Myhill; 10 great grandchildren.

Calling hours are 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday with services to follow at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay St., Fulton. Spring burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Volney. Contributions in memory of Marion may be made to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of C.N.Y., 5005 Campuswood Dr., East Syracuse, NY 13057.

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4 thoughts on “Marion A. Myhill, 85

  1. I am very saddened to hear of Marion’s passing. She was a great woman and will be missed by many. I have only fond memories of Marion. She always welcomed me to her home with open arms and a cookie or two. I always admired her postive attitude. RIP Marion and my prayers to her family. Bonnie

  2. Terry: So sorry to hear of your loss. No matter what our age(s), we grieve the loss of a parent! Still, WHAT A LIFE!!!: a loving spouse for what is a lifetime for many, a large supportive family, and “joie de vivre” (all that happy whistling had to be contagious, big smile. And what you’ll probably miss the most). Although I never met her, Terry, I know you, and my best wishes and sympathy go to you and your family.

    Hope that soon, all you hear is her happiness when you think of her. In the meanwhile, God bless you, and maybe we’ll see you when we go walking the west side!

    Debbie & Ray Engelke

  3. Terry and family:
    So sorry to hear of Marion’s passing. She was always such a happy person. She always was so kind to me. I can still remember the sound of her voice. I’ll always remember our trip to New York City and your mom saying, “Are the doors locked?”, as we rode through the Bowery, on our midnight tour of the city. Rest in Peace Marion. You will be missed by many!

  4. Sorry to hear about Marion’s passing, she was a lovely lady and I enjoyed getting to know her and her husband.. Rest in Peace dear lady

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