Marlene Levine

marlene levine
Rochester: Entered into eternal rest on June 19, 2011 at age 42. Marlene is survived by her loving husband, Derrick Levine; daughter, Tamisha Moore; parents, Leroy (Margaret) Cooper; sister, Marquette (Daryl) Cooper; mother and father-in-law, Alfred (Norma Jean) Levine; many friends. Her Memorial Service will be held, Tuesday June 28th, 11 A.M. at East Henrietta Road Church of Christ, 285 East Henrietta Road.

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  1. Derrick- so sorry for your loss. I remember how eager Marlene was to go home from the Jewish Home. You always were so helpful and everyday you put a smile on her face! I heard of her passing through a coworker. May she be at peace now and you at peace with her gracious spirit. Thinking and praying for you! Love, Katie

  2. Derrick, the Lightburn Family is truly sorry for your loss. Marlene will be missed. She always made me feel like part of your family when she was around. You are in our prayers. Love you!

  3. Derrick, I know how much you are hurting right now, and I am truly sorry that you have to endure that pain, but know that Marlene is now pain free and resting (or hollering about something up there!). She helped me last year when I was in pain, and I wish I could have done something to make her well. I could always vent with her, she was a great listener, and she adored you. You were there at the hospital all the time taking care of her, making her laugh – you always took such good care of her, and she loved you so much. I have had so many good times, trips and laughs with her – and she always had my back! I am truly missing her – and loved her. Please know that she loved you more than anything- and that she still does.
    Love, Rose

  4. Derrick, I sorry about the lost of your wife. I know how much you love her. Be strong and remember God loves her best.

    Uncle Willie

  5. Derrick, my heart aches for you and Marlene’s family! She was such a sweet and genuine person. I will miss seeing her during the holidays and knowing that I can call her if I need to vent. She embraced me as part of her family and I could always count on a call from her to let me know you guys were home and where the cookout was going to be!
    Just know that Marlene is among the angels where there is no more illness or doctor’s visits. We loved her so and are truly going to miss her. God’s blessings on you, her parents and siblings!

  6. Derrick,
    We are so sorry for your lost. We will keep you in our prayers. May God Bless You.

    Thomas and Deadra

  7. Fairwell Marlene. Thanks for being a loving daughter-in-law. Alferd and I will really miss you. Thank you for sharing your beautiful smile and for taking care of Derrick. We love you but God loves you best. Rest in peace.

    Norma Jean and Alfred Levine

  8. For his anger endureth but a moment;in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.

    Good morning Marlene, may you rest in peace.

    Stacey & Harold Rone & family

  9. I am really saddened by this loss. Marlene was a real asset to our family and will be missed. She had a sunny disposition and a positive mind frame. I Love You Marlene but, God loves you best!!!!

  10. It was a joy working with Marlene, she was an excellent teacher and she taught me a lot the last 3 years that I have worked with her. It was wonderful just to sit and listen to her stories about her family she always made me laugh she will always be remembered and loved.

  11. Marlene – I loved and will truly miss you. We shared so many tears and laughter. I will never forget you. Please rest in peace now.
    Lynn Ihnatiuk

  12. Marlene was a great friend and co-worker. She brought me comfort when I needed it. I can only hope I did the same for her. Marlene, I will miss you and will keep you close in my heart!

  13. Marlene, I now understand why you had so many tear. It was your way of saying goodbye. I love you and will miss you so much. This is not goodbye by but so long.We will see you again.

    Love ,
    Aunt Delores

  14. Marlene, I will miss you very much. I have so many memories of you I wouldn’ t know where to start. I will cherish each and every one. I always get a smile when I remember the ‘ road trips’ you, Rose and I took. We had some great times. You will always be in my thoughts, you were a very good friend and I will miss you. Love Nancy

  15. Sister-in-law,
    Though I was unable to see you before you passed, I did get to talk to you on the phone during your time in the hospital. You were still in good spirits despite all you were going through. Thanks for being a wonderful sister-in-law! RIP! Love ya!


  16. wow it just seemed like yesterday we were all gathered outside of uncle willie and aunt dee’s backyard eating hamburgers! auntie marlene is truely going to be missed and uncle derrikk, know that we love you and auntie marlene is in a better place.

  17. Your bright smile and friendly disposition will be missed; you will leave a void that cannot be filled. Memories of you with my girls braiding hair, laughing and talking or just offering them comfort. You would sit up half of the night on the side of the bed, because someone just didn’t want to go to sleep. So sad to see you go but happy that you are at rest. Marlene, you are always in are memory.

  18. Your contagious laughter and smile will be missed by all. You brought a spirit and camaraderie that brought the Medicine Billing Department to the success that we achieved.
    I truly enjoyed working with you, especially at the conference we attended at Turning Stone’¦ when you told one gentlemen ‘don’t bother me, I am Aretha Franklin’. Your spontaneity was always incredible.
    Marlene, you made me smile every day. I will truly miss you’¦

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