Marion Wilkinson

Marion Wilkinson

June 27, 1937 - March 05, 2008

Marion Wilkinson

June 27, 1937 - March 05, 2008


Marion Wilkinson born June 27, 1937 in Glendale, CA, died March 5, 2008 in Laguna Beach, CA. Survived by her husband of 49 years, Richard ‘Dick’ Wilkinson and 3 children: Susan Mark Miller, Judy Joe Dvoracek and Tom Mona Wilkinson. She is also survived by 8 grandchildren: Jacqueline & Megan Miller, Lauren, Christopher and Garret Dvoracek, and Emilyn, Natalie and Drake Wilkinson and 2 step-grandchildren: Sarah Miller Morphew and Rachel Miller as well as a sister, Lee Herman of Tujunga, CA. She was pre-deceased by her parents Anthony and Vera Imbelloni of Glendale, CA.

In addition to caring for her family, Marion enjoyed participation in the Beta Sigma Phi sorority, National Charity League, Burbank Chapter and the La Providencia Guild of Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles. She was an active member of St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Laguna Beach, serving on the Women’s Council, Altar care and the financial counting team. Marion was also a reading assistant for the 2nd grade class at St. Catherine’s School in Laguna Beach. Concerned about maintaining the beauty of the Laguna Beach shoreline, Marion served the community as a Tidewater Docent for 2 years . Marion enjoyed the performing arts and was an accomplished gardener. She will be greatly missed.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to City of Hope P. O. Box 513477, Los Angeles, CA 90051-3477 or

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3 responses to Marion Wilkinson

  1. Our condolences to the family of Marion Wilkerson- she truly was a gracious lady who always had a great sense of humor and accepted life on lifes terms.
    Rossy and I know that she is here in spirit and will always be remembered.
    Ben & Rossy

  2. To the family of Marion Wilkinson,
    My deepest sympathy for the loss of your beautiful mother, grandmother, aunt and mother-in law. I know she was a very special woman and was a beautiful person on the inside and out. We are sorry we can not be there for the service but you and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love always,
    Tim, Barbara, Cory and Jessica

  3. To the family of Marion Wilkerson,
    It was a great disappointment I was unable to “celebrate” the life of Marion with all of you on Wednesday. She was a wonderful example to the children here at St. Catherine School. Her giving, joyful, loving spirit was apparent to all of us. How she loved reading with the little ones in the second grade. She did this in our library, —our “quiet” room! On more than one occasion I heard stifled laughter coming from the corner of the room. After awhile I didn’t have to look. I knew it was Marion doing everything in her power to keep quiet and not succeeding very well. How she loved to laugh and how this pleased the children. On Wednesday I said a sincere prayer of “Thanksgiving” that all of us were privileged to have spent time with such a wonderful woman. You must all feel the same.
    With prayers from the St. Catherine students, the other Volunteers, and myself,

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