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Marilyn Jean Mulvey

September 6, 1934 November 1, 2015
Marilyn Jean Mulvey
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Marilyn Jean Mulvey passed away at home, surrounded by loved ones, in the early hours of November 1, 2015, after a long battle with lung cancer. Marilyn was born September 6, 1934 in Aberdeen, S.D. to Victor H. and Cora Martha Jean (Schott) Lorenz. She was the second of 4 girls. Marilyn was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth James Mulvey and sisters Doris Arlene Davis, Donna Henning, and Beilefeld Verlynn, Mother of Vicki L. (Dave) Thompson, K. Richard (Lynnda) Mulvey, Catherine A. Watson, and Mike J. (Stephanie) Mulvey. Grandmother of Karen Romero, Kristen Mulvey, John Mulvey, Christine Watson, Candice (Jeremy) McKenzie Katrina (Mick) Gramse, Nicholaus Thompson, Natalie Thompson, Sarah Halverson, Fiona Webster, and Sophia Mulvey. Great-grandmother of Nicholas Romero, Timothy Romero, Allisa Wilson, Anthony Pacheco, and Zoey Watson. All in the Denver and Pueblo areas.
Marilyn said on many occasions that she was like a mother to her two younger sisters and had many stories about growing up on a farm in Groton, S.D. But she wanted to go to the big city and soon her sisters and mother followed.
Marilyn first came to the Denver area in 1953 and met many friends at the YWCA who continued to be close to her for many decades. After marrying Ken, she was a homemaker when her children were young and later worked as a dental receptionist. In 1978, Marilyn began working for Aspen Airways continuing with Air Wisconsin until 1996. She continued her work as a Maintenance Records Specialist later at Frontier Airlines until her retirement. Marilyn loved people and loved to cook for family and friends alike, hosted many parties, as well as volunteered at St. James when her children were in grade school. Marilyn also loved to travel near and abroad with her husband Ken and with friends as well. She lived well!
Marilyn has so many family and friends who loved her dearly. Those from Aspen Airways, Air Wisconsin, Frontier, and most recently her small knit community where she lived referred to her fondly. Marilyn was a pillar of strength to many, and kind to everyone that she met.
A funeral memorial Mass will be held on Friday, Nov. 13th, 10 AM at Queen of Peace Catholic Church, 13120 E. Kentucky Ave, Aurora, CO. A reception following. Contributions can be made to Friends of St. Andrew in memory of Marilyn by sending a donation to 1525 Dallas St., Aurora, CO 80010.
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