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Marian Wilson (Rudolph)

Marian Wilson (Rudolph)

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10/13/13 11:25 AM #1    

Elaine Lally (Brady)

I was sorry to learn of Marian's death. We spent a lot of time together growing up in Bogota and vacations down the shore as I was the friend her Mom & Dad let tag along on their summer vacations. I loved to listen to Marian play the piano and would contentedly sit and listen to her play many classical pieces after school at her house. We unfortunately lost contact some time after high school and I was looking forward to catching up at the reunion. Life is short and Marian died too early for sure. She was a sweet soul for sure. Elaine Lally Brady

10/17/13 05:57 PM #2    

Robert Woodworth

 Obituary:  RUDOLPH Marian K. (Wilson), passed away at Community Medical Center on January 6th with her children at her side. Mrs. Rudolph was born in Jersey City on January 3, 1945. Mrs. Rudolph grew up in Bergen County, and graduated from Bogota High School in 1964. She married Robert Rudolph on June 28, 1968 and relocated to Lanoka Harbor, NJ where she resided for 34 years. Mrs. Rudolph worked for many years in health care, retiring in February, 2006. She was predeceased by her husband of 42 years, Robert Rudolph and her father Gilbert Wilson. She is survived by her mother, Phyllis Wilson, daughter Lisa Pelton and her husband David Pelton of Stillwater, NY, son Darren Rudolph and his wife Toni Rudolph, of Forked River, NJ, granddaughter Jaimelyn Bertoti and her fiancé John Lombardo, of Waretown, NJ, Antoinette Kozlowski and Richard Kozlowski, and great-granddaughters Athena, Maggie, and Karlina Kozlowski of Beachwood, NJ. She is also survived by her brother William Wilson and his wife, J Wilson of Rochelle Park, NJ, brother- and sister- in-law Kirk and Debra Rudolph, of Bayville, NJ, sister- and brother-in-law Gail Pressimone and Bruce Mitchell of Wantage, NJ, and many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. At Mrs. Rudolph's request, there will be no viewing or services. A memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, her family requests that donations be made to the Popcorn Park Zoo, Humane Way, Forked River, NJ 08731 in her memory, as she was an advocate for animals. 

05/16/14 02:59 PM #3    

Nancy Langen (Steketee)

I remember taking piano lessons with Marian from Norma Wyant. We played many-hands pieces at every recital for years and years. She moved at some point during high school, I believe, from one home to another in the School Three area. I didn't realize she had died until looking over the list for reunion. I wonder what kind of a life she had. I too was looking forward to catching up with her at reunion.

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