- 60 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 13, 1951
- Place of birth:
Hanford, California, United States
- Date of passing: Oct 28, 2011
- Place of passing:
Gilroy, California, United States
|“I had been riding horses before my memory kicked in, so my life with horses had no beginning. It simply appeared from the fog of infancy." Monty Roberts ―|
"My sweet Marilyn,
I can't believe you have been gone a while but I know you are safely with the Lord and are completely whole again. I can't imagine what your must be experiencing but I look forward to seeing you again. I think of you every day and wish we could have had more time together as adults. I love you forever.
Thank you for being my very best friend. You left to be with our Lord Jesus Christ five years ago. I know that you are in an amazing place. I have been reading a book called, Imagine Heaven by John Burke with scripture references. Wow, no time, lots of friends, beautiful scenery, light that never ends, and love that is endless. About Jesus: "When I saw Him, I fell at his feet if I were dead. Be he laid his right hand on me and said, "Don't be afraid! I am the First and the Last, I am the living one. I died, but look - I am alive forever and ever! And I hold the keys of death and the grave." Revelations 1:9-18 Marilyn, we will be with each other for eternity. So...I continue to live a life here on earth with great joy and praise to a wonderful Father. He truly is a great Father.
Love, your twin sister, Janet Adams"
"Hi Marilyn, Happy birthday and Happy Valentine's Day 2016. We are now legal for not only a car license, and a vote in this year's presidential election, but now we can receive Social Security and Medicare!! I miss you and would love to have a cup of coffee and chat about anything. I have been sharing with one of my granddaughters, now 4, a very special TV show we loved. Avie and I watch the old Roy Rodgers TV show on YouTube. ( it's a place in the cloud that archives videos) Trying to explain cowboys, bad guys/good guys, Trigger, Bullet, Nellie Bell, the jeep, and of course Dale Evans has been a joy. She asks me all kinds of questions during the 1/2 hour show. I try to express how special Trigger was to Roy. I believe I have her hooked. But really that was our favorite cowboy show and I love how simple it was. As always, Happy Trails To You Until We Meet Again!!
What can I say to you on your birthday but that I love you and miss you. We can catch up someday when we meet again but for now you are in my heart.
"My dear Marilyn,
A day never passes that I don't think of you. You were twelve years old when I went away to college and I missed the last years of your childhood but you grew up anyway and became a beautiful person with two wonderful sons. I wish we could have seen each other more often but the times we did get together were special. I know you are in a wonderful place now and I look forward to seeing your smile and feeling a hug from you again. I love you.
"Hi Marilyn, I miss you and think about you often. We had quite a grand time together growing up in Hanford. You would love all the new technology that has changed the way we communicate and do business. It is so much fun. You loved your first computer and understood how to use it for accounting. I was lost when you explained how easy it was compared to writing in ledgers. I love you and say a big hello to all our family and friends in heaven. Love, Janet"
"Happy Birthday Marilyn,
I miss you as always and love looking back to our lives we shared together. Now, I have lots of candles on my cake and so do you. Many memories of joy, laughter, sharing, and of course cooking together. You would love Pinterest. No more cutting out recipes... just "pin" away and this thing called an app saves your favorites somewhere in the CLOUD. I love you tons. Happy happy birthday Marilyn.
Janet Schumacher Adams"
"Flashlights in the dark, whispers and giggles, HORSES! Love always, Lisa"
"Hi, Marilyn. I miss you! Today I sent a Happy Birthday to Janet, and I want to wish the same to you. I think of you often, and love remembering our growing-up years with your sisters. I miss your mom and Dad, too, and just wish we could set the table for one more Thanksgiving together, you know? I spent some time with Susie and Janet a few months ago, just sitting and talking. We hope to get together again, and Marilyn, when we do, YOU will be there with us. I am so glad the Lord blessed us with YOU, and now keeps you safe."
"Marilyn, I remember the day you and Janet were born, one of the best days of my life. I watched you grow from darling baby to sweet little girl to beautiful, energetic woman. A day does not go by when I don't think of you and wish you could be with your family and experience all the family members who have been born in the past years and would love to know their Grandma and Aunt Marilyn. I'll love you forever. Margie"
"Marilyn, tomorrow is our birthday!! We shared our celebration along with Valentines Day so mom baked two heart-shaped cakes. One for each of us. One birthday we had dad drive us both to Fresno to a horse tack shop and selected a nice breast collar to attach to one of our saddles. We rode in style!
Jed and Travis are great sons. You would be so happy with their families.
I love you!
Janet Schumacher Adams"
"Marilyn, I miss you. You were my best friend. I think of you often while I drive to work and think of our life together as children, young adults, and adults raising our children. Yesterday it was two years since your passing. Jed and Travis have become wonderful adults with wonderful wives with Travis raising three children of his own. I love you."
"I knew Marilyn in the late 1980's, when she trained a horse that I had back then. She was such a joy to be around, always so happy and energetic. I can still hear her voice greeting us as we drove up to her house - she would come bouncing out and say "Hi you guys!" Then she would share her knowledge about horses and helped me to become a better rider. Her boys, Travis and Jed, were always arou"
"Marilyn, you were my best friend. We shared our lives together. Every birthday, every Christmas, all the school years and even college. You were the light when you entered a room. You laughed and others loved you. I stood back and watched the magic happen when you met others. You had a marvelous way of making others feel welcome and important. We are Christians! Soon He is coming."
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