Marilyn R. Liese

marilyn  liese

February 10, 1934 ~ December 23, 2023

Born in: Rochester, New York
Resided in: Hilton , New York

Marilyn R. Liese

Feb. 10, 1934 – Dec. 23, 2023,

Predeceased by: Parents, Clarence Bloomer, Ruth (Bader) Bloomer; Husband, Richard T. Liese; Granddaughters: Amber Liese, Kathryn (Yockel) Slattery.

Survived by: Carol (William) Rickman, James (Sara) Liese, Marcia Yockel, John (Margaret) Liese, Brian (Karen) Liese, Janet (James) Fien, Andrew (LynMarie) Liese, David (Olga) Liese, Geraldine Melnotte, Michael (Natalie) Liese; 20 Grand children; 37 great grand children; 1 great, great grand child.

Marilyn’s strong faith and her love for Jesus was a light for all who knew her and an inspiration to others through her love and compassion. Marilyn lived not by complaining, but with the realization that God’s presence and power lived within her.
Her final act of compassion was to benefit science and medicine through the donation of her body to the U of R Anatomical Gift Program.
Well done, my good and faithful servant.

A donation can be made to a church or charity of your choice in Marilyn’s memory.

A celebration of life will be set at a later date.

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  1. Thanks for all your love!! You were a true angel here on earth. Everyone I know reminds me of how you had a joy the was contagious and hugs that were memorable. I’m so happy you are finally home with our Heavenly Father and our other loved ones we have lost. Keep looking over us. I love you buga!!

  2. Love you Grandma! You were an inspiration to so many people and so glad you are not suffering any more! Enjoy your eternal happiness!!!

  3. I will miss her humor and the quick wit she had. She never lost that as far as I know. She always made me smile and warmed my heart every time I saw her. I think about things that we did growing up, the sleepovers in the backyard and she pierced my ears. That was a fun dayw! She is Free and with the other family and friends that we have lost. They are celebrating and We can Celebrate along with them. As long as we remember the Love and share the Love like she did we will be ok.

  4. Marilyn & Dick Liese where two of my favorite relatives! I remember when Dave & I were first married, we volunteered to take care of their kids along with my sister, Betty & hubby Bernie’s kids! It was (to say the least) an “experience” – we learned about assembly-line making of peanut butter & jelly sandwiches! We hugged Marilyn in gratitude when she got home! Amazingly we still went ahead and kids ourselves! I know Marilyn has always been loved and will be missed! She was a wonderful lady!

  5. Marilyn was such a wonderful lady! Anytime our paths crossed she would give a warm loving hug! Her sense of humor was amazing! I have a quilt that was made by she and others at the senior center that they donated to the Lipton Cancer Center. I will cherish it knowing she had a hand in making it. I know that my husband was there to greet her when she crossed over and I’m sure a warm hug was shared. My condolences to you all.
    Murph Liese

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