In Memory

Marlene Anderson (Livingston)

Marlene Anderson (Livingston)

Date Of Birth: October-2-1944
Date Deceased: April-30--2021
Age at Death: 76
Cause of Death: Complications from surgery
Classmate City: Las Vegas
Classmate State: NV
Classmate Country: USA
Was a Veteran: No
Survived By: Husband: Jack Livingston Son: John Livingston Daughter: Kathy Livingston Smith

It is with a broken heart that I inform you that Marlene Andersen Livingston passed away. We were the best of friends since we met at OPRF. She met her husband at my wedding. We were always having fun and she always made us laugh. Marlene was fortunate and was able to be a homemaker and did not have to work. She lived for her family and close friends. It was difficult when they moved to Las Vegas but never harmed our friendship. 'y friend will be deeply missed by her family as well as mine and many nieces and nephews. We weren't blood relatives but we chose to be family.

Donna O'Hanlon Miller

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05/03/21 05:02 PM #1    

James Demos

Marlene was in our Longfellow homeroom ,Mr. Edwards'. and was always shy and reserved. At one of the reunious (sorry can't remember which one they have become blurred together) she came up to me to say "Hi Jim, it's Marlene" all friendly and happy to see me. It was so nice to see her that way. I'll remember her like that until we meet again.

05/03/21 06:03 PM #2    

Patty Kennett (Black)

I did not know Marlene but I am sad to hear of another classmate leaving us. My condolences to her family and friends.

05/03/21 08:17 PM #3    

Marlene Blumenthal (Mann)

Marlene was lovely.  We were in the same homeroom for all four years.  She was always quick with a smile and a "hi."  I am sorry to hear of her passing and my thoughts are with her family during this difficult time!  Marlene Blumenthat Mann

05/04/21 01:39 PM #4    

Kathleen Bellandi (Engstrom)

I, too, remember Marlene from Longfellow.  We were in the same class from second grade, when we moved to Oak Park, until eighth grade.  I was saddened to hear of her passing and send prayers and condolences to her family at this time.  We are losing too many of us...

05/04/21 02:26 PM #5    

Victoria Stevens (Norton)

I, too, remember Marlene from Longfellow School. Marlene did not make new friends easily but everyone liked her. She was sweet and kind to everyone, Jim Demos, Tim Keefe, Nancy Nelson and I often walked home together. In those days we walked home twice a day since everyone walked home for lunch and then back to school for the rest of the school day. Those were the good old days.

We will not forget Marlene.

Vicki Norton

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