Lynne Marxson

Lynne Marxson, age 78, died Wednesday, May 9, 2018 while in the loving care of Arbor Hospice Residence, in Saline, Mich. She was born December 19, 1939 in Crawfordsville, Ind., the daughter of Fred R. Marxson and Mary Margaret (Andrew) Marxson.

Lynne was retired from AT&T and from her work at several churches as church secretary. Lynne lived at the Chelsea Retirement Community and attended church services there.

Survivors include: one sister, Mariemma (Robert) Yousey of Gregory; brother Phillip (Sonnie) Marxson of Brookville, Ohio; nephews Robert Munker of Northville, Samuel (Holly) Munker of Dexter, Ernest (Shawntay) Munker of Farmington Hills; nieces, Lisa (Todd) Fetters of Huntington, Ind., Kristen (Rick) Matzke of Englewood, Ohio; and also survived by several great nieces and nephews. Lynne was predeceased by one nephew, Michael Frederick Marxson, Huntington, Ind.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 9, at 11 a.m. at the Main Chapel at Chelsea Retirement Community with Rev. Tina Zimmerman officiating.  In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to Arbor Hospice, 2366 Oak Valley Drive, Ann Arbor, MI  48103. Arrangements were entrusted to Cole Funeral Chapel in Chelsea.

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