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Marilyn Ewing was born February 4, 1951 to
Warren and Viola (Hoff) Amen. She grew up in Pierce, Colorado, where she
graduated from High School. Marilyn graduated from the University Of
Northern Colorado (CSC) in Greeley with a teaching degree in Elementary
Education. She met her husband Wallace while attending college. She
taught in Granby, Colorado for several years then moved to Wiggins after
marrying Wallace Ewing. Marilyn and Wallace made their home in Wiggins
where Marilyn taught at the elementary school for 37 years. In 1981 they
had their daughter, Sarah Joy, who was the love of their lives.
Marilyn was first and foremost a child of
God. Her actions glorified Him. She was a woman of many talents and
activities which included playing piano for the children's activities and
teaching Bible School at the Wiggins Community Church. She also played
bells in the Bell Choir for the church services and special events.
Marilyn gave English High Tea for family and friends and was a master
gardener. She was quite a seamstress making all the Halloween costumes
for herself and later her family. Marilyn also made her daughter's wedding gown
and jewelry for the bride and bridemaids. She was an excellent crafter,
making her own greeting cards and made unique and beautiful gifts for her family
and friends. She designed and contributed to her own blog. You can find it at http://colorado-heartsong.blogspot.com
Marilyn was a wonderful daughter to her
parents, a dedicated and gifted sister to Keith, a beloved sister-in-law
to JoAnn Nelson and Virginia Quill, a loving wife and mother to Wallace and
Sarah, a caring friend to many, and an encouraging teacher to hundreds of
students. Marilyn left this world on May 19, 2014 to join Wallace and
have him help her complete her unfinished bucket list. She was a true
Marilyn is survived by daughter Sarah
Buluran, son-in-law Alexander and her grandson Maxx. Along with mother Viola
Amen and brother Keith Amen and wife Peggy. Marilyn was proceeded in
death by her father Warren, her husband Wallace and her mother-in-law Alice
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