September 30, 1964 - July 13, 2020
July 13, 2020
September 30, 1964
Babylon, New York
Sunday, July 19, 2020 at 11:30 AM at Athens United Methodist Church, 118 Main Street, Athens, Pennsylvania
Marilyn L. Weber, 55, of Sayre passed away unexpectedly at home following a long battle with cancer on Monday, July 13, 2020.
She was predeceased by her parents, Henry and Berget Marcussen.
Marilyn is survived by her loving husband, Coy “C.T.” Weber of Sayre; children, Jennifer White of MD, Damian Weber of NYC, Daniel (Rachel) Carlin-Weber of MD and Daran (Liz) Sudric of OH; and her brother, Paul (Lori) Marcussen of FL.
Marilyn went to school in Bohemia, New York. She went on to work as a flight attendant, a florist, a human resource manager, a hotel manager and an assistant golf pro before going to The Bridge of the Penn-York Valley Churches where she started as a warehouse coordinator and was president for four years overseeing the food pantry, clothes warehouse and the furniture warehouse. She was passionate about the sleepout and the Christmas parade float. Marilyn was a member of the Athens United Methodist Church.
A memorial service to honor the life of Marilyn’s life will be held on Sunday, July 19, 2020 at 11:30 at the Athens United Methodist Church, 118 Main Street, Athens, Pennsylvania with Rev. Rich Hanlon officiating. The service can also be viewed on the Athens United Methodist Church Facebook page. The family is being assisted by the Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad Street, Waverly, New York. Memorial donations may be made to The Bridge of the Penn-York Valley Churches, PO Box 202, Sayre, PA 18840. Those wishing to send a message of sympathy may visit our Facebook page or in “Obituaries” at www.blauveltfuneralhome.com
From: Gloria and Bob
So very sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful person and will be missed. May God comfort you all.
C.T. I am so sorry for you loss. Marilyn was a wonderful lady.
CT and children, I am so sorry for your loss. Marilyn was a wonderful woman, so helpful and caring for others. She was always full of sunshine and could make you feel better when she saw you. She will surely me missed!
From: Jean vonWolffradt
so sorry for your loss. I came to love her, while working at the bridge.
From: Debbie and Jeff
She was such an inspiration. She loved the work she was doing for The Bridge. She will be missed. God Bless
From: Rebecca Ritton
I am so very sorry for your loss. My heart is breaking! I met this amazing, strong, beyond compassionate young lady during my own radiation treatments. I was at my worst and she gave me such comfort by saying, "it's going to be ok, it gets better, I promise!" We have been connected by the heart ever since. We helped each other by knowing and understanding what we were going through. I gave her a few pointers that worked for me, and she gave me a few pointers that worked for her. She was the most amazing woman I have ever had the pleasure of being friends with. I will forever cherish and remember her, and keep our memories safe in my heart until I see her again! I love you sweet lady..May you rest in peace!
Very saddened and shocked to learn she is no longer with us but in a better olace. Mariilyn was one of the sweetest person I had come across in Cumberland. Although hrer husband CT was my boss but the three of us were more than friends. We usef to dine together every evening whren she visited , cooked delicious meals. I got seriously sick on several occasions, CT and Marilyn would drop everything and spent quality time at the hospital and even took care of me during my recovery time. You will be truly missed. Rest in peace
From: Barb Magnussen
Dear CT and Family
I am so sorry for your loss. Marilyn was such a wonderful person. I loved waiting on her when she came in to Tops. We always had such fun. She always made me laugh.
From: Kathy Butterfield
so sorry for your loss, prayers to you and your family. From the family in Oxford, ohio
From: Deb Twigg
In shock to hear of her passing. Such a great loss to all of us in this Valley. Her smile, laugh and huge heart will always be a fond memory for me. My sympathies to CT and Darren. Love you guys. So very sorry for your loss.
From: Mary Boyer
So sorry for your loss; Marilyn was a gift to all who knew her, I’m sure. I loved working for her as a Bridge volunteer. A very special, inspiring lady. You are in my prayers.
From: Oliver & Wendy McKeithan
Condolences to the Weber family. Wendy and I got to know and work with Marilyn through the Bridge. What a warm wonderful kind person. She was a valuable leader for the Bridge especially with Helping Hands. She will sorely be missed.
Oliver and Wendy
From: Rich and Pam Russell
C.T., our hearts break for you and your family. Marilyn was such a wonderful person who shared God's love with everyone.
From: Barb Richards
CT, I am so sorry to hear about Marilyn's passing. She was a wonderful. Kind, loving lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
From: marsha zwierlein
As a former Bridge member, I really enjoyed working with Marilyn. She was a beautiful person, inside and out. She will be missed be all who knew her! My sympathy to all her family and friends.
From: Ben & Joan Weber
Bless you, now a new journey begins!
From: Sherry Pinkard
CT, So sorry for your loss. I enjoyed getting to know Marilyn through The Bridge. She was a kind loving lady and her spirit will be missed. You were so good to her. God bless you and sending prayers for your comfort and peace. Sherry Pinkard