Marilyn C. Molyneaux
Marilyn Cora Molyneaux of Lockport, NY, beloved wife of the late Silas Molyneaux and the late Glenn Staffen, entered peacefully into rest on Friday, February 14, 2020 at Elderwood in Lockport, NY. Marilyn was born in the Town of Somerset, NY on December 27, 1924, the daughter of the late Edward and Fern Brauer. Marilyn was District Administrator for the Dictaphone Corp. in Buffalo NY for 16 years and retired in 1976. Marilyn enjoyed bowling in many leagues and was an avid member of the Buffalo Launch Club.
Her true love was her late husband Silas, son Joel and daughter Leslie; and her sister Wilma along with her nieces, nephews and grandkids. Wife to the late Silas Molyneaux, mother to Leslie (Paul) Fuzak and the late Joel Molyneaux, mother-in-law of Linda Molneaux. Sister of Wilma (Richard) Guade. Aunt of Sharon (James) Wertman, Janet Martin, Jayne Schaber, Robert Carlton Schutt and Linda Lee Schutt. Grandmother to Annie (Charles) Wolcott, Kelly (John) Vornbrock, Elita Marilyn Fuzak and Zakery Victor Fuzak.
A family service and burial were held on Tuesday February 18, 2020. A celebration of Marilyn's life for friends and family will be held in the summer. Donations in Marilyn's honor can be sent to Families of FANA of WNY 1048 Niagara Street, Buffalo, NY 14213. Please visit rutland-corwin.com to send the family a condolence.
Published on February 23, 2020

Events

Plant a tree in memory
of Marilyn
Plant a tree

Obituary published in

Guestbook

Print Guestbook

A place to share condolences and memories.
The guestbook expires on May 22, 2020.

Showing 10 of 1 posts

Annie
Feb 23, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of Miss Marilyn's passing.
My name is Annie and I had the privilege to wait on Miss Marilyn when she had lunch at the Village Eatery a few times every week. From our chats, I know how much family meant to her. We spoke before the holidays and she expressed how thrilled she was to be spending Christmas with her daughter and other family members. Not one to be underestimated, perfectly capable of doing anything herself but would thank you kindly when holding a door open for her. She will be greatly missed, I am thinking of her family during this difficult time.
Thoughts and prayers to you all-
Annie
judiann.sturges@yahoo.com