Marianna Emilia Brumbaugh

Born: 07/31/1943 Passed:

Marianna Emilia Brumbaugh went to be with the Lord Thursday, February 4th. Born in Prince Georges, Maryland to Arthur Taylor and Anna Harzer. Marianna was a devoted wife, and mother. She was a beloved member of Grace Christian Fellowship.

Preceded in death by her husband, Edward Brumbaugh; sons, Steven and Dale; brother, Karl Taylor.

Survived by her son, Chris Brumbaugh; brother, Walter (Jane) Taylor; daughter-in-law, Angel; granddaughters, Nikki, Marki, Michael-ann (Will) Patrick; great granddaughters, Karlee and Aleigha.

We will be having a celebration of life at Michael- Ann’s home on Saturday the 20th of February from 4 – 6 p.m.

 

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5 Tributes to Marianna Emilia Brumbaugh

  1. Nancy & Jeff Porter says:

    To the entire Brumbaugh Family-
    Jeff & I met your parents through the Lost In the 50’s car club and they were such a warm and wonderful couple you felt immediately like you’d know them all your life. Marianne sparkled – she never met a stranger and remembered every detail you ever told her about your kids, because to her, family was everything. She was exceedingly proud of all of you, but had a special glow reserved for when she spoke of her granddaughters and great grandaughters. Generous to a fault and always ready to give you a hug, her laughter was contagious. She made us all feel like family. The renewal of their vows is a joyful event we will always remember, It was a treasure to know her. Please, focus on only the best of your memories. She is free of pain and with Ed rockin & rollin & doing the Stroll. Our deepest condolences to you all.

    • Rich and Sheila McCullough says:

      To the family of marianna.
      We are very sad to hear about your loss. Marianana and I go way back. We met when our daughter was in grade school, she is now 52. We were both involved in PTA and school functions ,She and I quickly became friends ..Our friendship lasted all through the many years taking us through our time with lost in the 50s chevy club.. Our hearts go out to all of you. When you all gather with each other, share your happy memories along with sad memories,Laugh and cry together,That’s all part of the journey to keep her alive in your hearts and also help you heal.

  2. tina ramsey says:

    Marianna was my neighbor a few streets over but she also was my Avon lady long time ago and she was good at it a great person i know she will be missed . sending you all in the family my love and prayers and deepest sympathy but dont be to sad couse her smyling face is always looking down on you all .love tina ramsey on morris

  3. Lorene says:

    being Marianna’s Avon manager for 22 years I found that she really meant business but also had a heart of gold. she was a top sales person and a big help all the time. we all called her “sarge” she will be missed but now she is at peace and with her dear Ed and children who have passed. My prayers to Chris and all the grandaughters’.

    my love to all Lorene White

  4. Ron Vargo says:

    Marianna had a gift of changing any bad day into a good day. She was a ray of sunshine and made you feel good whenever she was with you. She was a special person. I am glad I knew her.

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