Marilyn Lemaux Obituary, Death – Marilyn Ann Lemaux, who was 74 years old at the time of her death on November 24, 2022, lived in Sterling Heights. Marilyn is the cherished wife of the late David, to whom she was married for 51 years; the loving mother of Kimberly and Eric (Kristen); the adored grandmother of Ethan and Cole; and the cherished sister of Richard Zalewski (who was married to the late Arlene) and the late Gregory Zalewski. Marilyn’s birthday is April 1st, 1948, and she was born in Detroit, Michigan.
She spent her childhood in Detroit and received her high school diploma from Cass Tech. After ten years of service as a clerk at Chrysler, she left the company to focus on raising her children and taking care of the household. Volunteering at Utica Community Schools was something she looked forward to doing while her children were enrolled in school. Some of the activities she participated in included assisting in the library, helping with lunch preparation, and monitoring students during recess.
After her children reached an older age, Marilyn went back to work and eventually became a supervisor at Meemic Insurance, where she had been employed for more than 20 years. She also gave her time at the funeral luncheons held at St. Lawrence Catholic Church, where she was a member of the congregation. Marilyn had a very busy lifestyle. Her hobbies were gardening, taking her dogs for walks, and going on vacation. She loved spending time outside. She really enjoyed travelling to beaches, doing new things, and traveling to a variety of different locations.
She went so far as to climb a mountain! She was extremely committed to her family, and she especially cherished the time she got to spend with her grandchildren, whether it was accompanying them on their adventures or going to their activities. She was a devoted wife, a loving mother, and a cherished grandma for her family. Her grandchildren adored her. On Wednesday, November 30, 2022, the family of Marilyn will welcome friends for visiting from three in the afternoon until nine in the evening, with a rosary being said at seven o’clock in the evening.