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Marilyn Milner
Marilyn Milner

 

Marilyn Milner

Nov 10, 1929 - Jul 11, 2012

Marilyn Ida (McLean) Milner, 82, of Great Falls, a retired accounts payable clerk, died of natural causes on Wednesday, July 11, 2012 at a local care facility.
 
A private memorial service will be held. Schnider Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
 
Marilyn Ida McLean was born on November 10, 1929 in Duluth, Minnesota to George and Ida (Moore) McLean. She moved to California at the age of 20 to attended Biola University and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Bible Theology. There she met and married Richard “Dick” James Wilson in 1962.  She was later divorced. She met and married Robert Dale Milner in 1975 and was later divorced.
 
She started as a stewardess and later received a job for the Anaconda American Brass Company, a division of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company, where she worked as an accounts payable clerk. After she retired she moved to Alberton, Montana to be with her family. She lived there for 12 years before moving to Great Falls in 2008.
 
She enjoyed ice skating in her younger days and was presented with a skating award from the city of Duluth, Minnesota. She was a very devoted mother and grandmother enjoying hiking, animals, and skiing. She loved baking cookies with her grandchildren. Christmas was her favorite holiday because it was a time to celebrate her savior’s birthday.
 
Survivors include sons, Richard (Vina) James Wilson of Long Beach, CA, Bob (Natalia) Wilson of Great Falls; a sister Jean (Phil) Brady of Grand Rapids, MI; and seven grandchildren; Josh, Dave, Rachel, Alison, Daniel, Sam and Hannah Wilson.
 
Marilyn was preceded in death by two sisters and one brother.

Public Guest Book

Jul 17th
June and George Pease
Natalie, Bob, Josh, David, Rachel, Daniel and Hannah:
We can only smile when we think of Marilyn. She was a delight to know and always entertaining. Her exploits in the gulch left lasting lessons for all of us; i.e., snakes, winter roads, and dogs. She is not forgotten. Her smile echoes in Hannah face (at least the last time we saw her). We share your grief.
June and George Pease

 


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