Marilyn G, Layaw 03/02/2022

Marilyn G. Layaw

Marilyn G. Layaw, 95, of Potsdam, died, March 2, 2022 at Highland Nursing Home. As per Marilyn’s wishes there will be no services. Marilyn is survived by her son, Daniel Layaw and his companion Tanya Benjamin, her daughters, Robin and her husband Timothy Bradish of Potsdam, Angela Chincinski and her companion Darren Kelly, her sister Joyce Phillips of Council Bluff, Iowa, 9 grandchildren, several, great and great great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her three brothers and six sisters.  Marilyn was born December 5, 1926 in Potsdam to the late, Ernest and Mary O’Brien LaPoint.  She married Clyde Layaw on August 3, 1946, he predeceased her in 2010. Marilyn was a devoted homemaker. She enjoyed doing jigsaw puzzles, going to garage sales and sitting on her patio talking to her neighbors.   Contributions can be made to the charity of one’s choice.

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  1. She Was One Of The Most Lovable People That I Was Ever Around. She Was Loved And Respected By Everyone Who Knew Her. She Loved Her Children, Grand Children Friends And All Of Her Neighbors At Mayfield. She So Loved Treyson And Asked About Him Every Time I Called Her. I am Going To Miss Her So Very Much. I Love You Dude. Hope Your Having Fun With All Your Family Members. RIP Love You Debby Bruce Krista And Treyson. God Bless you.

  2. We are so sorry for the loss of your Mom. I always enjoyed our visits and the family history. She was such a sweet and kind lady I hope in time beautiful memories will bring smiles. Sue

  3. The world has lost a special lady. Her bright eyes, beautiful smile, and sense of humor reminded me so much of Dad, it tore at my heart. She will always be remembered with lots of love! Barbie and Randy

  4. Love you grandma. Until we meet again. ❤️❤️❤️❤️
    Karen, Amanda, Ryley, Kiana 🥰

  5. We always loved seeing and talking with Dudie. She was always so easy to laugh with about almost anything. So sorry she’s gone.

  6. Will miss aunt Dudie’s sense of humor and graciousness. When ever we talked she always left us smiling. Never will forget the fun we had visiting and sharing good times. Rest In Peace Aunt Dudie.

  7. I am going to miss Aunt Dudie so much. She was such a joy to visit. Such a pretty woman, great sense of humor, had a great singing voice and loved to laugh. Best of all I learned so much about our family’s past and what life was like when her and Dad were young. She was a treasure that I will never forget. I’m going to miss her singing Happy birthday to me. She never forgot. Rest In Peace and sing with the angels Aunt Dudie.

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