Marilyn Sexton  December 29 1937  December 16 2018

Marilyn Sexton December 29 1937 December 16 2018

Obituary for Marilyn ton Marilyn ton, age 80 of Marion, passed away on Sunday, December 16, 2018 at her residence. Marilyn entered into this world on December 29, 1937 to late Charles and Ethel (Granlee) Barrett in Marion, OH. On February 6, 1958, she married Carl ton in Carter, KY. She was an avid Cleveland Browns and Nascar fan. She loved going to music concerts. Her family and friends really enjoyed her “championship” pies and her cookies were legendary. She will truly be missed by family and friends. Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents and her brother: Gene Barrett. Those who are left to cherish her memory is her husband: Carl ton of Marion, OH; her sons: Steven Lee (Pamela) ton of Nevada, OH and James Eric ton of Marion, OH; her brother: Robert Barrett; her one grandchild; and two great grandchildren. The family is requesting no services to be held. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at: www.boydbornfuneralhome.com. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Marilyn ton please visit our Sympathy Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Marilyn Sexton December 29 1937 December 16 2018.

Boyd Funeral Home Inc

Death notice for the town of: Marion, state: Ohio

death notice Marilyn Sexton December 29 1937 December 16 2018

obituary notice Marilyn Sexton December 29 1937 December 16 2018

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