Marilyn F. LeClaire

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died January 24, 2014

Gladstone, MI
Marilyn F. LeClaire, age 74, of 2722 South Hill Road, Gladstone, passed away Friday morning January 24, 2014 at the Glenbrook Hospital in Glenview, IL following a brief illness.

Marilyn was born September 30, 1939 in Manistique the daughter of Joe and Viola (Irie) Courtie. She was raised in Manistique where she attended the Manistique Public Schools. Marilyn was united in marriage to Richard LeClaire on July 26, 1958 in Nahma and they made their home in Wells. Together they owned and operated Mac

9 Tributes for “Marilyn F. LeClaire

    My deepest sympathy to all of you. I have nothing but fond memories of Marilyn. She was always so kind. I have many great childhood memories of Sunday softball games follwed by dinner at as Mac`s. For me, being a child during those times, she made the bar feel more like a family restaurant. Take comfort in knowing she is now with your dad again.

    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. She was one of the most gracious person’s we knew. I have deep regret that I haven’t seen her in a few years. She will certainly be missed. Condolences from us and the entire Cartwright Family.

    Aunt Marilyn will truly be missed, may she now rest in peace. She (like many of the “Le Claire Boys” wife’s) was the calming influence in their lives, if there could be a calming influence. She was another iconic person in all of our lives strumming her guitar while others sang along. We will miss you Aunt Marilyn, but your pain is now gone, and again you are reunited with Uncle Dickie and the rest of your family in heaven.

    Our sympathy to the Family, Marilyn and Dick were the most kind hearted people, Marilyn always had a smile on her face and she will be missed by all that have touched her life in some way, Marilyn and Dick put on the best Friday Night fish fry and Prime Rib dinner ever! RIP Marilyn you can not be with your Husband Dick! God Bless

    Grandma~ “Go rest high on that mountain, gram your work on earth is done, go to heaven a shoutin-before the father and the son!” I know you’re not only going there a shoutin, your going there strummin your guitar while grandpa welcomes you “home” <3 I'm glad you were finally reunited~ I love you always and thank you for a lifetime of memories! We will miss you dearly <3 Love you

    Marilyn was my neighbor and a happy busy person. She loved to talk and was always good natured. How she loved her golf and her family. Marilyn will be missed as she has for the last year and a half. She was so taken care of by her family. Rest in peace Marilyn.

    Singing and swinging in heaven with the rest of The very best! Sadly missed by all to know you!

    Debbie,Randy, Amber and family,, We were so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a very special lady. I used to love visiting with her at Roundys Hall every Monday evening playing Bingo with Doreen..Her and your Dad were such terrific people to know. Your family will be in our prayers and God bless all of you during this trying time.

    Iam very sad tohere about yourmotherspassing .marlyin was avery sweet loving lady who ithought was very specail lady all made melaugh and irember dick saying to me what acouch case .and owing maxbar .cigaretteinonehand aguitar anthoer had to all herkidsand grand kids may the lord bewith u keepsmiling marliyn wasagreatfriend grandma mother

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