Marilyn Ann Blair


On August 10, 2014 Marilyn Ann Blair passed into the arms of her Lord at the age of 77.

Left to cherish her memory are her children Les (Kathy), Tena (Darcy), Patricia (Brent), Sharon; grandchildren Karilyn, Kevin, Jason, Dustin James, Marlon, Tyson, Robin, Shane, Brenden, Courtney, Tenatah, Shaquil, and Quinlan; great-grandchildren Connor, Shaylee, Hadley, Declan, Bowen, Griffin, Londyn and Avery; her sisters Ellen and Tena; her brothers Denny and Wayne. She will also be missed by many dear friends.

She was predeceased by her father Roy, her son Leonard, her mother Lina, her brother Ed and her stepfathers Clarence and Jake.

Celebration of Life Service will be held at Jasper Place Baptist Church, 8801 – 163 Street, Edmonton, AB on Thursday, August 14, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. with Dr. Dan Eddington officiating. Marilyn will be laid to rest in the Garrick, SK Cemetery.

The family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Hope Mission, 9908 106 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 2N7.

The family also asks that you wear joyful colors to her Celebration of Life Service.

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Tena Godin

Thank you so much. We celebrated her with lots of music and pictures. She will be dearly and desperately missed.

Tena Good

Thank you so much Bernice for your sweet words. I agree that she should have been at the piano and we would have has to drag her away-she would have loved visiting with everyone.

Bernice Rempel

Family and Friends paid a glowing tribute to the life of Marilyn Blair on August 15. They captured Marilyn’s life long practices of love and care for all, The joyful love of music she shared brought happiness to every occasion. The only part missing from the service was Marilyn. She would have loved being there in person but her spirit was certainly felt. We will remember Marilyn. Her family all show the strong traits taught by their mother.

Bernice Rempel

darren browatzke

I did not get to know Marilyn that well but my my wife Cheryl and I would like to send our condolences to the family. Denny is like a father I never really had and I know he will miss his sister but one day we will all come together again in heaven.

Darren and Cheryl browatzke

mel lewis

you are in our thoughts as is all the family at this time. God rest and farewell. mel lewis and family in victoria

Elva, Keith and Sand Lewis

We are so very sorry to hear of Marilyn’s passing. Our hearts are with you during this time. Much love, Aunt Elva Lewis, Keith and Sandi

Glenda Knight

To all the family of Marilyn Blair My sincere condolences. To lose a loved on is the hardest erthly trial we face but a Momther is the largest. We know she can not come to us but we can go to her with our own faith. Diferences or good times Marilyn always greeted you as tho’ it was just yesterday. many good times at the Blair’s and I,m sure my Dad has already greeted her as he truly loved Marilyn and the family reunions. God Bless you all and remeber she is with you always. Glenda

Jacquie Kellington

My very first friend as we moved to Devon. She came over with baking as we were unloading the truck. We shared many many good laughs, prayers and shopping trips. I could drop in anytime and be welcomed, something we used to do in Saskatchewan (dropping in on a friend) I shall truly miss her. Her prayerful thoughts were always so encouraging. She and my husband Ken could spend hours talking politics and they both enjoyed those time together. Her love of music was awesome only to be outshone by her deep love of family.
RIP my good friend.



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