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Marilyn Hill

Marilyn Lorraine Hill

Wednesday, May 12th, 1954 - Friday, September 11th, 2020
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Marilyn Lorraine Hill, 66, of Benton Harbor, MI, passed away on Friday, September 11, 2020 at Caretel Inns of Lakeland, St. Joseph, MI.

Marilyn was born May 12, 1954 in Benton Harbor, MI to Marvin and Emma Bultema. She attended Benton Harbor and St. Joseph public schools until the family moved north where she attended White Cloud High School and graduated. Marilyn later moved back to St. Joseph. On July 22, 1988, she married Larry Hill and worked in the bar he owned called Larry’s Landing until its sale in 1994. She was very energetic and enjoyed the bar business. Marilyn also enjoyed crafts, especially making dream catchers and giving them to friends.

Marilyn is survived by her husband, Larry Hill of Benton Harbor; her sons, Scott Allers (Coleen) of St. Joseph, and Anthony Jannings of South Bend, IN; her mother, Emma Kilmer of Yuma, AZ; her siblings, Diana (Terry) Renfro of Yuma, AZ, Judy (Pete) Rudzusieks of Saranac, MI, and Charles Mielke of Yuma, AZ; and her grandchildren, Aiden and Emma Allers of St. Joseph, MI.

No services are planned at this time and cremation has taken place. Memorial contributions may be given in Marilyn’s name to the Humane Society of Southwest MI www.humanesocietyswm.org or the Women’s Auxiliary Post 105, Benton Harbor, MI.
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Darlene Zelmer

Posted at 05:36pm
Marilyn and I were best friends , growing up across the street from each other in elementary and Junior high. We were always up to something, from playing dolls in our early years to listening to our favorite music in our teens. Every day we walked back and forth to school, Fairplain NorthEast, and Fairplain Junior High. Girl scouts, Orchestra, camping, dances, and walking everywhere. One day we started at the creek behind her house and walked for hours along the creekbed. We would take Hogan, her dog, for walks, including one camping trip in Ludington. These walks were memorable, because the dog was so strong it took two of us to keep him under control. Marilyn would hold onto his leash, and I would hold Marilyn's other hand and Hogan took us where he wanted to go. We had party's for our Girl Scout troop at her house. One was for disadvangated children for a Christmas party to earn a badge, and one of us played Santa. After she moved to White Cloud I came up to visit her. Roger's car had some sort of engine trouble, so stayed over longer than planned. I went to White Cloud High School with her for the day. The memories go on and on. You will be missed.
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Kathy Gaston

Posted at 06:47pm
I am so sorry for loss Marilyn. She was always so nice and sweet. My prayers are for the family and Larry. May you find peace.
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Clif Adams

Posted at 01:01pm
Larry, we are so sorry to read about Marilyn . Sending condolences from Florida.

Clif & Lynda Adams
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