Marilyn P. Horn, 68, passed away May 22, 2006. Survived by her husband of 38 years, Uel Lee Horn of the family home in Pueblo West, Colorado; daughters, Sharon Mancuso of Denver, Lisa (Lawrence) Tachibana of Hawaii and Janet Saler of Pueblo West; brothers, Donald (Marie) Maloy of Las Vegas, Nev., John Maloy of Ft. Myers, Fla. and Merritt (Anna) Maloy of San Bernadino, Calif.; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her son, James P. Saler on June 30, 2005, and sister, Helen Harris. Marilyn was born to John F. and Helen Maloy on Nov. 13, 1937, in Chicago, Ill. She was employed as a hotel bookkeeper. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Saturday, May 27, 2006 in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with the Reverend Dr. Rick Calhoun officiating. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. The memories I have of Marilyn is when she lived in Arkansas. She always made you feel welcome like you were her on family. I enjoyed getting to visit with her in Las Vegas when we were there visiting her sister Helen. What a beautiful family and what a great heritage they leave behind. I am so blessed to have known her. Look forward to seeing Marilyn and Helen again! Keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers. Love you all!

  2. Marilyn was a great woman who will be so dearly missed. She is in a much better place and with her loved ones. We will all be together soon. She was a wonderful mother, wife and person. I will miss her and look forward to seeing her again.

  3. Uncle Lee & Family,
    Aunt Marilyn will surely be missed. She will forever be in our hearts! God Bless.
    Kelly & John

  4. My memories of Marilyn are all of laughter and love.
    I remember when my husband and I went to visit my mother (Helen Harris) in Arkansas, I saw my Aunt
    Marilyn and Uncle Lee they gave me such a nice hug and said how they missed me and made us feel so welcomed in there home!
    I also saw my cousin Lisa whom I
    have not seen since we were little kids.
    Everyone welcomed us and within an hour we were all laughting and telling stories and i saw my mom and her sister laughting so hard
    at all the things the almost forgotten!
    every time i think of Marilyn i think of Mom two pea’s in a pod!
    I love you Aunt Marilyn!!!!
    And Uncle Lee stay strong we love you!

  5. I met Marilyn about 10 years ago, through my sister, Jennifer. She was an immediate friend. Her kind and honest words meant so much to me at 16yrs old. I will carry her memory forever.

  6. I met and fell in love with Marilyn
    in 1995. My daughters and I were grateful to call her our friend. And, last buy not least, Marilyn was a wonderful BINGO partner! She was bright, funny and very caring. We miss her here but we’re happy she’s watching over us from heaven.

  7. Dear Lisa,

    I am so sorry to hear about your Mother. May the beautiful memories of her give you the strength to make the days ahead a little more easier.

  8. We are so unbelievably saddened by Marilyn’s death. She fought so hard for so long to be around the ones she loved. It was a special gift being her friend. She truly was a wonderful human being. Always remember what a loving and strong spirit she had. We know she is at peace wrapped in God’s loving grace. We will miss her. Now Marilyn is with Helen & Jim and we will take comfort knowing they are watching over all of us. Our prayers are with you all now and always.
    Our hearts are broken

    Joan and Michelle

  9. Lisa,
    Claude and I were so saddened to hear about the passing of your mother. We know how special she was to you and your family. Please know that our thoughts are with you at this difficult time, and we look forward to your safe return home.
    Lovingly, Claude and Lynne

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