Marillyn Marie Myers

Marillyn Marie Myers

May 27, 1923 - October 27, 2016

Marillyn Marie Myers

May 27, 1923 - October 27, 2016


Marillyn Marie Myers was born to Sophie Hinz Hallman and Jack R. Hallman of Los Angeles, CA on May 27, 1923. She was welcomed home by her very excited big sister, Mavis.

As a child she enjoyed school, attending gymnasium twice a week, playing with her “kitties” at home, and going to Cambria every summer with her sister.

One of her best childhood memories revolved around summer vacations spent with her sister in Cambria at their maternal grandmother’s house. This is where they really became friends as well as being sisters. During these idyllic summers spent in the pines, some lifelong friendships were formed with some of the local families and their children.

Her childhood was also unique in that she met her husband, Cliff, in 4th grade. This special friendship culminated in marriage on July 21, 1944.

Some of her happiest moments were spent in the role of homemaker and mother of two children. Later that role included that of grandmother of two cherished granddaughters; she was now truly in her element.

Marillyn and Cliff enjoyed 73 years of wonderful times together. Some of their favorite pastimes involved baseball (participating, coaching, and watching THE DODGERS), Canasta parties, Chevron picnics, golfing, playing bridge, and just “hanging out” together.

Two of Marillyn’s favorite things to do were playing bridge and going to Olive Garden with friends. Sharing those memories were always guaranteed to produce a smile.

She will remain in the hearts of her husband, sister, step-brother, daughter, son, granddaughters, great-granddaughters and all those who loved her.

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12 responses to Marillyn Marie Myers

  1. Your Grandmother was one of the most awesome persons I have ever met in my life, and so is your Grandpa! I so loved her vivacious personality, honesty and all the fun she brought with her. She will be very much missed. Pamela Palmer (the Condon AV. Palmers)

  2. Dear Cliff and Family,

    I want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. I’m so thankful that I was able to share the holidays with you and your family and get to know Marillyn. I loved talking to her about cooking and sharing recipes.

    Judy has been a special friend to me over the years and shared about how kind and loyal you always were to Marillyn; no better gift than this to your wife of so many years.

    Clare Tjelmeland

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