Marlene Myers

Marlene Cecile Myers

Saturday, January 28th, 1939 - Monday, August 17th, 2020
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MYERS: Marlene Cecile, age 81 years, beloved wife of the late Calvin Myers and partner to Don Orr, passed away on Monday, August 17, 2020 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre.
Marlene was born on January 28, 1939 in Ketchen, Saskatchewan to Charles and Corrine Morrow. She married Calvin in 1957 and they moved to Belmont until 1959, when they moved to Souris, where they owned and operated the B & B Drive Inn. In 1976, Marlene and Calvin moved their family to Brandon. Marlene received her nursing degree from Assiniboine Community College and worked at the Brandon General Hospital until her retirement. Marlene enjoyed being a local Avon Representative, attending country festivals, tending to her garden and flowers and spending time with her family. Marlene was predeceased by her husband Calvin and son Darcy. She will be lovingly remembered by her partner Don; son Kerry; daughters Jacqueline (Rob) and Kimberly; and grandchildren Robert, Rodney, Raymond, Devon and Logan. The celebration of Marlene’s life was held at Memories Chapel with Rev. Craig Miller officiating. Pallbearers were Derek Graham, Robert Long, Rodney Long, Greg Klier, Tom Kurys and Bradley Myers. Interment followed at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of Marlene may be made to Diabetes Canada, #401 – 1 Wesley Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3C 4C6.
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Merle Darling

Posted at 12:49pm
So sorry to hear of Aunt Marlene's death. A difficult time for family. Thinking of you, Don, Kerry, Kim, Jackie and families. Merle Darling

Luanne Richards

Posted at 08:01pm
We are so sorry to hear of Marlene’s passing. She will be remembered fondly by us and our whole family. Like Trent mentioned we always looked forward to seeing your Mom and your family when visiting your grandparents and us when you came to Thunder Bay.

I know my Mom and Dad would like to pass on their condolences as well as they are deeply saddened by your loss.

We are thinking of you and your families during this difficult time

Lovingly remembered, Luanne, Erik and Hazel Hanson (Richards) Minneapolis, MN
Margery and Gordon Richards Thunder Bay, ON

Marlys Klein

Posted at 12:49pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in this time of sorrow on the loss of Marlene.
Marlene always made lots of trips to Preeceville and spent time with Mom and took her travelling to different places, which was very much appreciated.
One of my fondest memories was going to Souris to see your family and eat the deep fried mushrooms that your mom & dad had on the menu when they were operating the dairy dip.
Marlene will live on forever in the memories of everyone who knew and loved her.

Our deepest sympathy,
Marlys & Gerald Klein

Audrey Wright

Posted at 10:15am
My thoughts and condolences to the family. I worked at BGH for many years with Marlene. It was always a pleasure working with her. Her family meant the world to her and was always nice listening to her stories. So sorry to see the loss of your mom.

Audrey Wright (Maginel/Hallick)
Chicago, Illinois

Trenton Richards

Posted at 04:44pm
On behalf of myself and our family I want you all to know that we are deeply saddened to hear of Marlene's passing.

When I was growing up I always thought of Marlene more as an Aunt, than my cousin, mainly because of our age difference.
We always thought of you Jackie, Kimberly , Kerry (and Darcy) as our cousins as we got to see you all more than any of our other relatives.

Your mom always loaded up the car and brought you all down here to Thunder Bay so you could spend time with your grandparents and us too and she traveled rain or shine.
Marlene, out of the goodness of her heart, also brought along a few strays (friends), as she so fondly put it, so they could benefit from a holiday get away too.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to each and every one of you.
Please know that this difficult time will pass but the best memories of Marlene will live on forever.

Trent Richards (the Richards Family)

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