- May 2, 1928 - January 16, 2013
- Greenwood, Indiana
of Marilyn's Passing
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“I met Marilyn long ago when I was 16 and worked with her at a small branch of the Hammond Public Library. She was a great lady, and I liked working...Read More »
1 of 6 | Posted by: Beth Boyle
“Hi Bill & Family,
Our deepest sympathy to all of you. May God be with you.
Old Time Family Friend,
Helen & Clara
2 of 6 | Posted by: Helen (Becze) Rosenwinkel/Meyer - IN
“Conversing with Marilyn at our Thanksgiving gatherings was always a highlight for me. She was an intellect and very charming, this is how Tim and I...Read More »
3 of 6 | Posted by: Rose Markowicz - Colleyville, TX
“BILL I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT MARILYNS PASSING SHE WILL BE MISSED I WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND HER SHOWING OR FUNERAL SINCERELY ...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: stevenjackson - indianapolis, IN
“Dearest, thinking of Marilyn, sincere wishes of love and memories. I know that she
was my mentor and friend at Hansen Library. Today I used one...Read More »
5 of 6 | Posted by: joan bartley mckay - Hammond, IN
“We are so sorry for your loss. We send our love and prayers!
6 of 6 | Posted by: Richard Meltz Jr and Family - KS
Mrs. Marilyn Rosa Grambo, 84, of Greenwood died on January 16, 2013. She was born on May 2, 1928 in East Chicago, IN a daughter of Clarence and Mary Hines. She married William Grambo on July 21, 1951. He survives.
Other survivors include a son Billy (Leane) Grambo of Michigan City, IN, 2 daughters; Lyn Markowicz (Ron) of Greenwood, Suzanne Wolf (Greg) of Lombard, IL, a brother Sonny Hines of East Chicago, IN, and 4 grandchildren; Vince, Trevor, and Nick Markowicz and Abby Wolf.
Marilyn was a librarian at the Hammond Public Library for many years.
Visitation will be on Friday evening at Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory, Greenwood Chapel, 481 West Main Street, Greenwood from 5-8 PM. Burial will be on Monday at Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens, 8178 Kline Avenue, Schererville, IN at 1 PM.
Memorial contributions are suggested to the Johnson County Humane Society.