Marilyn Joyce Hines
- Funeral Date: 4/01/17
- Funeral Time: 2:00 pm
- Date of Birth: 12/06/31
- Date of Death: 3/30/17
- Funeral Location: Stanton United Methodist Church
Marilyn Joyce Hines, age 85 of Stanton, passed away of breast cancer Thursday, March 30, 2017 in Northfield. Marilyn was born on December 6, 1931 in Greenvale Township, MN, daughter of Charles and Esther (Telschow) Davis. Marilyn graduated from Randolph High School and then went to work for Minnesota Mutual in St. Paul.
On July 21, 1951, she was united in marriage to Clarence Marshall Hines and they were married for 65½ years. They built their home in Stanton where they raised their 4 children. Marilyn was a homemaker and also worked at the Randolph School as a teacher’s aide, retiring in 1991.
Marilyn and Clarence loved to travel and did so with friends seeing much of the U.S. and Canada. She also enjoyed camping with her family. Marilyn was an excellent cook and even when in hospice said she wished she could cook. She also loved her flower gardens. Marilyn was a member of the Stanton United Methodist Church and over the years she became involved with Ladies Aide, Sunday School Teacher and Superintendent, and the chicken dinners.
Marilyn is survived by her husband Clarence; sons Brad (Barb) Hines and Keith (Beth) Hines both of Cannon Falls; daughters Patty (Don) Enberg of Stanton and Denise Hines of Northfield; sister Jeanette (Martin) Hines of Mesa, AZ; grandchildren Shane Hines, Michele (Jamie) Lindell, Andy (Erin) Hines, Rebecca (Geron) Schramske, Brian (Nicole) Hines, Amanda (Damien) Buecksler, Adam (Kari) Enberg, Brandon (Patricia) Enberg, Phillip (fiancée Jaci) Enberg; and great grandchildren Jada and Ari Lindell, Elijah and Jude Hines, Hayden and Slade Schramske, Harper and Loren Hines, Jackson and Amelia Buecksler, Lucy and Aubrey Enberg. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother and sister-in-law Donald and Theresa Davis.
Funeral Services will be 2:00 pm Saturday, April 1st at the Stanton United Methodist Church, Reverend Arthur Hill officiating, with burial at the Stanton Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday 1 hour prior to Services at the Church.
Her family would like to thank all the people at Reflections and Hospice for the care they gave Marilyn. In lieu of flowers memorials to the American Cancer Society, Stanton United Methodist Church, or Stanton Cemetery.