Marilyn Ellen Frazee

August 24, 1935 ‒ September 10, 2017

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Marilyn Ellen Frazee, age 82, of Mount Vernon passed away on Sunday, September 10, 2017 at the Country Court Nursing Home.

She was born on August 24, 1935 in Coshocton, Ohio to the late Benjamin and Lula Conkle. Marilyn enjoyed crossword puzzles, gardening, and cooking. But most of all, she loved the time she spent with her family.

She is survived by her daughter Trudy (Tracy) Deakins; her grandchildren, Nolan Deakins, Jade Eberhardt, Kiley Eberhardt; her brother Allen (Jean) Conkle; her sister Ruth Stingel; and her sister-in-law Betty Conkle.

In addition to her parents, Marilyn was preceded in death by her first husband David Thomas Eberhardt; her second husband Chaney Frazee; her son Travis Eberhardt; her granddaughter Brooke Deakins; her sister Edna Patterson; two brothers, Orin and Bob Conkle; and several nieces and nephews.

There will be no calling hours. The family will observe a private service at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the family and sent to: 20621 Fredericktown-Amity Rd., Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050.

To send the family a condolence online visit: www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Marilyn Ellen Frazee.

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  • Marilyn’s thoughts and presence will forever live deep inside our hearts. I can recall the days we visited grandmother’s house and the way Marilyn greeted us with a big smile on her face. She was full of laughter.

    Though we know heaven has welcome a very special person our hearts still feel the sorrow. With sympathy and Love,
    Your Sister Ruth and niece Cynda

  • Marilyn was a kind, caring person who put others before herself. She, her twin brother Bob and I grew up together as the younger three of six siblings. I have many fond memories of those days, days that often involved a lot of hard work, but who is to say that doing hard work together can’t have an an element of joy. Marilyn asked for very little, and was very appreciative of any favors that she received. She will be sorely missed.

    • Aunt Marilyn was an honest, caring person who dealt with adversity of life with a smile and little chuckle. She worked hard all of her 82 yeas to support herself and her family in anyway she could. She faced her days without a complaint or harsh word,
      I will miss talking and laughing with her , sharing a meal with her, and just enjoying her at family reunions. It was her time to go on to a better place …. Love you and miss you.

  • So sorry to hear of Mailyn’s passing. She was a kind good-hearted woman. Our thoughts our with you and your family Trudy.

    Randy and Jodi Pursel

  • Aunt Marilyn was an honest, caring person who dealt with adversity of life with a smile and little chuckle. She worked hard all of her 82 yeas to support herself and her family in anyway she could. She faced her days without a complaint or harsh word,
    I will miss talking and laughing with her , sharing a meal with her, and just enjoying her at family reunions. It was her time to go on to a better place …. Love you and miss you.