With us forever...
  • 79 years old
  • Born on May 19, 1933 in Hopkins, Minnesota, United States.
  • Passed away on October 19, 2012 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States.

This memorial website was created in the loving memory of a life well lived.  Marilyn Hawn, 79, was born on May 19, 1933 and made it "Home" safely, on October 19, 2012.  She touched countless lives on her journey and this website is a tribute to the lasting impact she made on our world.

To many she was a friend, a mentor, and a spiritual guide.  To her soulmate, Ralph, she was his "Sweetie."  To her children and grandhildren she was a ray of light and the heart and soul of the family.  She taught us to be our best selves despite the challenges in our lives, to make room in our hearts for people in need of love, and to find joy in all things big and small.  She took nothing for granted and embraced every day with love and light.  She is in our hearts forever. 

Please help us keep her light burning bright by sharing your own memories of her.

 

Posted by Becca Hawn on 16th March 2013
My mom lived an amazing and adventurous life. She traveled, she learned, she taught and most of all she enjoyed her life. She found what I to be the love of her life - later in life but she had to have her experiences in life in order to obtain the growth she required to blossom in that relationship. I'm one of the fortunate one's because she was my mom. Rosie wishes G-Ma lived to 100.
Posted by Marilyn's Loving Family on 10th March 2013
My Mom was my favorite teacher, inspiration, and cheerleader. She was always there helping me to find my best way... never judging my decisions. She also taught me what an honor it was to me a Mom. She believed it was THE most important job and she was an exceptional role model. She was the best. Today, I know she is still here for me~as an angel~still cheering me on and guiding me.
Posted by Marilyn's Loving Family on 9th March 2013
I remember when I was little, I used to ask Little Lady to look at her jewelry. She just say I could ''look.'' I would always ask for so many things and she would was so patient with me. It also touched my heart when she said me and my brothers could come to see her to say goodbye. I love and miss Little Lady. She was the greatest grandma. Olivia

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