10/22/1926 – 2/12/2012
Marilyn P. Lovell, age 85 of Stanton, passed away on Sunday, February 12, 2012 at Spectrum Health, United Memorial Hospital, Greenville with her family at her side. She was born on October 22, 1926 in Detroit, the daughter of Harold & Lelah (Corp) Priest.
On May 17, 1947, she was married to Howard Lovell and he preceded her in death on December 10, 1966. Also preceding her were her parents and a brother, William Priest.
Surviving are her children, Marilynn & Bill Switzer of Stanton, David & Heather Lovell of Lovells, MI, Steven & Patty Lovell of Livonia, MI and Patrick & Sherrie Lovell of Farmington Hills, MI plus 10 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.
Formerly of Detroit, Mrs. Lovell has been a longtime resident of the Stanton area. She loved to sew, but especially enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She will be missed by all of them.
In keeping with her wishes, there will not be any funeral services held and following cremation, final interment will be at the Acadia Park Cemetery.
For those desiring to do so, the family has suggested memorial considerations be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation.
On 2/13/2012 Mary Baker said:
Marilynn, I’m praying that God will be the source of strength and comfort for you and your family. Mary
On 2/14/2012 Meredith (Bupp) Linder said:
Lynn, Scott, Kevin, Cara, and families; I’m so very sorry for your loss. Grandma Lovell was such a great lady and I loved her like my own grandma. Growing up I spent so much time with your family and Grandma was always so good to me and everyone around her. May you rest in peace Grandma. You were one amazing lady and you will never be forgotten. Meredith (Bupp)Linder
On 2/15/2012 Kimberly Heimbeck said:
Dear Lovell Family, You don’t know me but I became acquainted with Marilyn recently while she was staying at Twin Oaks. My father-in-law, Albert Heimbecker is a resident there right now. We have been going out most every night to see him. One particular evening I had a chance to sit next to Marilyn and we had a very nice chat. She told me all about growing up in the Detroit area. She was a sweet lady and I enjoyed chatting with her when we were there. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.