- 70 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 30, 1944
- Date of passing: Jun 20, 2014
|Let the memory of Marilyn be with us forever|
"My Mother was one of the most loving,free spirited and giving person who I am blessed to call Mom, there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of Mom. I remember her loving voice in anyone's time of need. She had a way about her that smoothed anyone in there times of need. Mom never turned anyone away ever. If they were hungry she fed them. If they needed a place to sleep her door was always open. When at time's I thought she should tell someone no. Well Mom didn't know the word. My Mother had 6 children 3 boys and 3 girls and she loved us all in the same way but yet different to each of us we were here babies no matter how old we were. Mom has great grandchildren and great great grandchildren and she was alive when her first great great Grandbabie arrived and she was so happy. I miss her terribly always. We never did have a real service or burial for her. Her husband my step father has kept us from her. He has her ashes still in the crematory box and it break's my heart to know he's done this. My Mother had her 7 wishes done and he didn't follow them as he promised her. I promised my Mother I'd play Peace In The Valley by Elvis Presley at her services for which I wasn't able to do for there was no service for her. I miss you Mom and I'm so very sorry that Lemuel Johnson your husband has help you from all your children. I will set this right one day. Your son's are coming home and legally we will get you and have your wishes granted that we can. I'm so sorry Mom and I love you. You were the best Mom , Wife to my Dad Donald Savage who you had 6 kid's with and even after a younger man told you he would give you what he felt you deserved and took you from our Father and Married you years later you were a friend to so so many who loved you. I can only promise to right the wrong of the end of your life. What I will do is give credit where credit is due. Your husband Lem did love you till the day you left us all. The only thing that I'm at a loss for is why didn't he grant your last wishes when it wouldn't cost him nothing but a little bit of his time. For whatever his reasons I will set you free and let you filially rest in peace as anyone deserves to have after death . Rest like you should but until the time comes when I can try to be at peace and know that we ALL LOVE YOU MY BEAUTIFUL MOTHER. Your loving daughter Deborah Fay. Savage Monsour."
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