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In Memory

Marilyn Witt (Kilmer)

Marilyn Witt (Kilmer)

 Marilyn Ann Kilmer

1943 - 2016

Marilyn Ann Kilmer, 72, a resident of Kenosha, died Monday, Feb. 22, 2016, at the Hospice Alliance House in Pleasant Prairie.

Marilyn was born in Bristol, Wis., on June 6, 1943, to Rueben and Mildred (Bufton) Witt. The family moved to Kenosha where she attended Dublin Grade School and then graduated from Bradford High School. Marilyn worked for Abbott Labs until she became a stay at home mom. She returned to the work force as a medical transcriptionist for United Hospital System and she retired in 2012.

Marilyn enjoyed traveling, gardening and those "Casino Runs." She loved the Green Bay Packers, country music, Elvis and being near the Mississippi River.

Marilyn is survived by her three sons, Brian (Tami) Kilmer of Somers, Brent Kilmer of Kenosha, Blake (Pamela Anderson) Kilmer of Caledonia; and by her grandchildren Jessica and Jennifer Kilmer of Somers and Shane Ryan of Madison. She is further survived by her three sisters, Cheryl (DuWayne McCrossen) Jackson of Coloma, Ruby (Allen) Zuehlke of Coloma and Wanda (Lee Pugh) Witt of Westfield; and by her four brothers, Ronnie (Rita) Witt of Kenosha, Dale Witt of Pleasant Prairie, Wyatt (Reneé) Witt of Pleasant Prairie and Keith (Marla) Witt of Kenosha. In addition, she is survived by her special uncle Harlan (Marybeth) Witt of Holmen; her best friend Amy Ricard of Pleasant Prairie ; and also by many nieces, nephews and extended family members. 

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02/25/16 11:16 PM #1    

Linda Veale (Elsen)

I can remember Marilyn as a small shy girl.  Always kind to everyone. RIP Marilyn.


02/26/16 07:57 AM #2    

Georgia Meyer (Hershiser)

I didn't know Marilyn until high school.  I really enjoyed her friendship and her humor.  Sorry that she is gone.

02/26/16 11:40 PM #3    

Cheryl Hollister (Demma)

Am so sorry to hear this.  I remember Marilyn as quiet, as was I.  Remember her freckles and curly hair.  She was a good person.  She wil be missed.  I wll let our friend Bobbie in Ala.  know. 

02/27/16 12:56 PM #4    

Marla Foth (Moody)

I remember a quiet shy gal. Rest in peace Marilyn.

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