Colleen Michelle Marks  February 8 1952 –

Colleen Michelle Marks February 8 1952 – January 16 2019

Obituary for Colleen Michelle Marks Print Colleen Michelle Marks, born on February 8th of 1952 as Colleen Michelle Smith, passed away in her home on January 16th, 2019 after a long battle with grief and health problems. She was proceeded in death by her son Kenneth Marks and daughter Katelyn Marks, her parents, some siblings, and many loved ones. Colleen is survived by her siblings: brothers Jeff Jordan, Daryll Jordan, and her sister Danise (Jordan) Bower. Colleen leaves behind her beautiful grandchildren Abigail James (Katelyn Marks and Shane James), Skylynn Carr (Kenneth Marks and Monica Carr), and Jacob and Jordan Marks (Kenneth Marks and Jessica Grimes). Collen is also survived by her non-biological son Daniel Koonze, her nephew Nathan Ebert, Johnathan Coons, and her beloved numerous other family members and friends. A service to celebrate the life of Colleen Marks will be held in the Garden Room at Hilton Garden Inn Columbus / Grove City (3928 Jackpot Rd. Grove City, OH 43123) on Sunday 1/27/2019 from 3-7 pm for all friends and family. Colleen, may you find the peace and love that you grieved for while on earth with us as you are reunited with Kenneth and Katie. To send flowers to the family of Colleen Michelle Marks, please visit our Heartfelt Sympathies Store. Afficher cette page en : Français Traduire Désactiver pour : Anglais Options ▼

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Colleen Michelle Marks February 8 1952 – January 16 2019.

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death notice Colleen Michelle Marks February 8 1952 – January 16 2019

obituary notice Colleen Michelle Marks February 8 1952 – January 16 2019

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  1. I was so shocked and sorry to hear of Colleen’s passing. I knew her in the late 60’s. She was young and carefree and always ready to laugh. That is what I remember most, being silly and laughing. I am saddened to hear that unhappiness found her later in life. The resurrection that God promised will put the smile back on her face. She deserves it.
    My condolences to her family & loved ones. John Tewell

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