Ms Marilyn Ruth Krueger, age 82, passed away Monday, November 23, 2020. She was born in Muskegon, MI on January 22, 1938 to Leo & Johanna (Middlecamp) Scofield. She was married to Ronald Krueger for 21 years. A graduate of Muskegon Hts HS, Ms Krueger attended Muskegon Community College to complete a certificate in banking. She had been employed at Lumbermans Bank/FMB. She worked in HR for Weyburn-Bartel, and as a church Administrator for Westwood Reformed Church. But her most loved job was caring for her beloved great grandchildren.
Marilyn was a gifted soloist. Throughout her life she sang at many weddings, funerals and as a guest soloist in area churches. She sang in trios and various choirs. She was part of the chorus in the Michigan Opera Theatre's presentation of Madame Butterfly and LaTraviata at the Frauthental. She sang at Carnegie Hall in a mass choir. Most recently she sang with the Melodears, who performed for local senior citizen homes. In all venues, she sang to praise God and edify others with the gift He had given her. She attended Lakeside Community Church. Marilyn was dearly loved by her family, many friends and colleagues.
2 daughters, Sharon (Pat Rittersdorf) Miller & Michelle Krueger; 3 grandchildren, Kelli Ann Navarro, Kari LaMay & Katy (Patrick) Gilland; 8 great grandchildren, Christopher Alston, Destini Alston, Amonte Alston, Marcelo Navarro, Mariyah Navarro, Estasia LaMay, Noah LaMay & Peyton Gilland; sister, Jeanne Clark; sister-in-law, Lois Scofield. She was preceded in death by her parents, son, Randall & brother, Leo Scofield.
Due to COVID restrictions, a memorial service will be held at a later time. Private family services were held. Internment in Lakeside Cemetery. MEMORIAL: Harbor Hospice. Please visit www.clockfuneralhome.com to leave a memory or sign the online guestbook.
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You have help my mother so much by taking us when she needed it, and I'm going to miss the days when you took my siblings and I to dollar tree and let us get what ever when want. After that you would take us to get some ice cream, and go drive around the beach. I'll always remember you taking me to school every morning and you'll put on this tape that had little children songs on it and sometimes we would sing it together. I can't believe time has gone by this fast and your gone. I'll miss you so much and I love you even more!
I will al ways cherish what very little time I was able to spend with Aunt Marilyn. Her sense of humor was the best. When I was in the Navy in training in Great Lakes I took the train to Michigan to spend the weekend with Grandma Scofield, Aunt Jeanie and Aunt Marilyn and had the best weekend I ever had while I was there! My only regret is that I did not do it more often. Until we meet again, enjoy the company of Grandma, Grandpa, Dad and all others who join you before me. I love you, Joey
I miss you Nene... I miss our times and the presence of the sweet and amazing hearted women you were. I think about you every day and I love you very much. Keep watching over the family and touching our hearts in memories of who you were. Again, I love and miss you Nene.
Aunt Marilyn will be missed deeply, I have vivid memories of my childhood spent with my Grandma, Dad and cousins. All who was always there. I am happy to have these memories I Will cherish them forever! Miss you already. love Kimmeigh Clark
As a long time friend to my parents and childhood neighbor I cherish my memories of your mom. I was privileged to have her share her beautiful voice in my wedding celebration 38 years ago. Peace and comfort to you and your family at this sad time and during the days ahead. Pam (Gilbert) McCarthy
Sending our Sympathy and Prayers to Marilyn's Family.
My Deepest Sympathy to the Family.
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