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Marilyn L. Beale

Born: Wed., Mar. 18, 1931
Died: Mon., Oct. 5, 2009

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Mrs. Marilyn L. Beale, 78, of Plum Creek Twp., passed away at 5:45 PM, Monday, October 5th, 2009 peacefully at Altmeyers Country Rest Home. Mrs. Beale is formally of Freeport.

Marilyn was born in Natrona Heights, PA on March 18, 1931, the daughter of the late Robert L. and Leanda (Cromer) Stewart. She worked as a hostest at Greco's Carefree Inn in Indanola for many years. Mrs. Beale enjoyed flower gardening, playing cards and spend time with her family She is survived by her son, Robert and Karen Beale, Jr. of Buffalo Twp and her daughter Karen Brukner of Brackenridge. She is also survived by her grandchildren; Michael (Cary) Beale, Amy (Damian) Derlink, Chad (Nicole) Brukner and Brandi Brukner. Great-grandchildren; Joshua, Benjamin, Noah, Andrew, Luke and Jonah. Her brother Robert Stewart and sister Evelyn (David) Corwin. Marilyn's greatest joy was her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

At the family's request there will be no visitation and a private burial will be at held at Greenwood Memorial Park Lower Burrell, PA.


In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to;
Leukemia Research Foundation 3520 Lake Avenue, Suite #202 Wilmette,, IL 60091-1064

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Lee Mechling

I'm very sorry for your loss. You have my deepest sympathy

Peggy and Jesse Clink

Bobby Karen and grand children.

Your Mother and grandmother was a lady of integrity. God bless you in your grief.

Friends from the past.

Peggy and Jesse Clink


Merla Seng

want to let Bobby and all the family know how much his mom meant to me. We met through the Alle Kiski singles group, and we had so much fun at those outings; we went on to continue our friendship until my health went downhill and Mitzi's health, then her mind failed her. We went to Florida to visit her brother Bob and your aunt Phyl-- Mitzi was scared to death of flying, and I had bruises on my arm where she dug her nails in me ! I had never met Bob and Phyl before that, and my son Rob had just finished Computer tech school and moved to Fl. so naturally mom wanted to see where !Bob and Phyl were living in Ft Lauderdale, and my son was living with friends in Pompano Beach. Well my friendship then included your aunt and uncle I stayed with them a few more times when my younger son worked in Naples--short visits--a day or 2 each time, and the last time they amen north they stayed with me that week. I treasure those times, and last year when Phyl died I was laid up in a nursing home in Columbus, OH for 7 weeks, and didnt find out until I got home, but in my heart, I knew she was gone. I still keep in touch with Bob. They were truly as good friends as your mom was to me. I took her to VA one summer when my youngest son was in the Navy along with another "single girl friend". He was out to see and we stayed with my pregnant daughter in law. No matter where Mitzi and I went or what we did, we enjoyed our time together, and we always made a point of celebrating our birthdays together and having brunch together.

I just want you to know how special she was to me.




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