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Marilyn Donna <I>Whinnery</I> Stone

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Marilyn Donna Whinnery Stone

Birth
Menomonie, Dunn County, Wisconsin, USA
Death
26 Aug 2004 (aged 73)
Everett, Snohomish County, Washington, USA
Burial
Coupeville, Island County, Washington, USA GPS-Latitude: 48.2068545, Longitude: -122.704181
Plot
Block 4 Extension, Space 102
Memorial ID
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Daughter of Hugh and Muriel (Rossiter) Whinnery, Marilyn lived in Wisconsin and Montana before moving to Spokane, Washington with her family. She attended a one-room schoolhouse in Deborgia, Montana, with her mother as the teacher. She graduated from high school in Spokane and worked as a bank teller. On August 4, 1950 she married Edward Henry Stone, Jr., in Spokane. They moved to Bremerton in 1957 and to Coupeville in 1958 where for a time she worked as a waitress at the Tyee Restaurant. In their later years Marilyn and Edward became snowbirds, spending winters in Yuma, Arizona or Desert Hot Springs, California.

She was survived by two sons, Jeff Stone of Oak Harbor and Randy Stone of Port Angeles; and one daughter, Mrs. Terry (Lori) Ley of Bothell.
Daughter of Hugh and Muriel (Rossiter) Whinnery, Marilyn lived in Wisconsin and Montana before moving to Spokane, Washington with her family. She attended a one-room schoolhouse in Deborgia, Montana, with her mother as the teacher. She graduated from high school in Spokane and worked as a bank teller. On August 4, 1950 she married Edward Henry Stone, Jr., in Spokane. They moved to Bremerton in 1957 and to Coupeville in 1958 where for a time she worked as a waitress at the Tyee Restaurant. In their later years Marilyn and Edward became snowbirds, spending winters in Yuma, Arizona or Desert Hot Springs, California.

She was survived by two sons, Jeff Stone of Oak Harbor and Randy Stone of Port Angeles; and one daughter, Mrs. Terry (Lori) Ley of Bothell.


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