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Marilyn P.
Lymburner (Peasley)

May 2, 1930 – September 29, 2018

Marilyn Lymburner
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Obituary for Marilyn P. Lymburner (Peasley)

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Brooksville -- Marilyn P. Lymburner, 88, died September 29, 2018 at a Bangor hospital. She was born in Brooksville, May 2, 1930 the daughter of Maurice and Dorothy (Fowler) Peasley.

She graduated from Brooksville High School, class of 1948. Following graduation, she returned to BHS for a post graduate program to watch over her future husband, Francis “Gig” Lymburner. They recently celebrated close to 64 years of marriage. Marilyn was a member of the Cecelia Rebekah Lodge of Brooksville.

Marilyn, a homemaker, was a wonderful cook who will also be remembered for her beautiful flower gardens, flourishing vegetable gardens, pristine lawn, riding her four wheeler, lobstering with the “cripple” drying salt fish, and for processing whatever “treasures” were thrown in her kitchen sink by the neighborhood boys. She was certainly a “Mom” to many more than her own three children.

She was predeceased by her husband, Gig, in January. She is survived by her daughter, Patricia Henry and husband James of Penobscot; sons, Scott Lymburner of Franklin and Eugene “Gunnar” Lymburner and wife Kathleen of Brooksville; eight grandchildren, Nick, Collin, Frank, Andrew, Miche, Cody, Patty and John; great-grandchildren, Isabelle, Sterling, Spencer, Sophie, Emma, Elsie, and Addilyn; brother, Berwyn Peasley and wife Audrey; sister, Norma Adam and husband Joe; many wonderful nieces, nephews, good friends and neighbors.

At her request, there will be no services.

Gifts in Marilyn’s memory may be made to the Keepers of the Brooksville Baptist Church, c/o Audrey Peasley, 10 Ferry Road, Brooksville 04617.

Condolences may be expressed at www.jordanfernald.com

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At Marilyn's direction, there will be no service.