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God took another beloved person in our lives. Life long resident of 94 years, Anna Marie (Stalliviere) Marshinsky, passed away on Friday, May 22, 2020 at South Lincoln Medical Center in Kemmerer, WY. She was born on October 13, 1925 in Kemmerer, WY.
Annie, as she was known, loved sunflowers, gardening, hunting for mushrooms, arrowheads, and rocks. She enjoyed fishing, camping, and forever going for rides. She also loved her rooster collection.
She loved all her family and friends. She is preceded in death by her husband of 47 years, George P. Marshinsky, sisters, and one brother, Margaret Carmichale, Mary Kadis, and john Stalliviere; and daughters, Judith Meeks, Betty Brent, and Susan Sitze.
She is survived by a daughter, Georgia Kampman, sisters, June Sommers, Carol Cattlen, Georgia Copeland, Arlene Kirkwood, and Sally Hunzie. She is also survived by grandchildren, Paul Meeks (Lorene), Sonja Cassidy (Eric), Justin Meeks (Teresa), Debbie Bolan, Deon (Darcey) Fulmer, Robert (Charity) Fulmer, Rhonda Robinson, Georgine Martinez, Jeremiah (Andrea) Kampman, Monica (Kibby) Smith, James (Valerie) Brent; and her great grandchildren, Nicolle (Dan) Baker, Paul James Meeks, Brooke (Andy) Nielson, Paul Meeks (Shanice) Jr., Morgan Cassidy, Conner Cassidy, Fallon Cassidy, Quin Cassidy, Justine (Alex) Brady, Cole Meeks, A.J. Guinta (Kimberly), Erica (Marcus) Berge, Adam Fulmer, Stephanie Dunker, Rachel Fulmer, Kenny Sitze, Chuck Robinson, Johny Robinson, Christina Kampman, Nakoya Kampman, Gabriel Kampman, Sky Bueller, Layne Robertson, Wyatt Brent, Kason Brent, and Jazlyn Brent. She is also survived by thrity two great great grandchildren.
We will all remember her love, strength, stories, shortbread cookies, chicken noodle soup mmmmm, her fudge with no nuts, and her candy dish was always full for the kids.
When she was a little girl, the ice cream truck would stop by her house and she would go outside and get one. Now she had her great great granddaughter to bring her a golden nugget ice cream bar.
Grandma always said a prayer every night before bed, especially when the kids would stay over. She loved watching western movies. She loved those cowboys.
She had a favorite saying, “Its a great life if you don’t weaken”. Very well said, Grandma. We all love you and will miss you! God Speed and God Bless Babe!!
A visitation will be held on Friday, May 29, 2020 from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Ball Family Chapel in Kemmerer, WY. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, it has been requested that you stagger your visitation, and masks are reccomended. Graveside services will be conducted on Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 11:00 AM at the South Linclon Cemetery, in Kemmerer, WY., with Father David as the celebrant from St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, masks are reccomended, and social distancing at the cemetery is requested. Interment will follow services at the South Lincoln Cemetery, Kemmerer, WY.
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