Marilyn C. Roberts, 1947-2020 | Information, Sports activities, Jobs
NILES — Marilyn C. Roberts, 72, of Niles, handed away Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020, at The Cleveland Clinic.
She was born Oct. 15, 1947, in Warren, the daughter of Nick and Mary Tornabene Buzzanco.
She was a 1965 graduate of Niles McKinley Excessive College, was employed at Delphi Packard Electrical and owned and operated a baking and little one care enterprise out of her house.
She was a member of Our Woman of Mount Carmel Parish in Niles, a former parish council member, a former president of John F. Kennedy All-Sports activities Boosters, a JFK Corridor of Fame board member and was inducted into The JFK Corridor of Fame in 2019.
Marilyn devoted her life to years of service to her household and the group. She loved baking, cooking and spending time together with her grandchildren. Marilyn’s baking and cooking had been extensively identified and wanted and he or she was proud to share her present with all. Everybody was welcomed at her desk. She was a PTA president at Mount Carmel College and homeroom mother, Lady Scout Troop chief, JFK ladies soccer booster president, and caregiver for therefore many kids. Marilyn was the final word supporter of the WTC Rockers Soccer Membership and JFK ladies soccer program whereas her husband coached. She cherished with the ability to cheer on all of her ladies and grandchildren at their video games together with her signature line, “Come on ladies, get powerful on the market.” Marilyn’s wit and humorousness had been in contrast to any others. She was the lifetime of the occasion. Marilyn was a fixture locally and touched the lives of everybody she met.
She can be deeply missed by her husband, Billy Roberts, whom she married Dec. 30, 1982; two daughters, Maggie Sayers and her husband, Jeremy, of Niles and Katie Myers and her husband, Heath, of Niles; two brothers, James Buzzanco and his spouse, Arlene, of Howland and Dr. Bob Buzzanco of Houston; 4 grandchildren, Chesney and Cody Sayers and Mia and Nina Myers; two particular kids in her life, Lauren DeCapito and William Goodwin; and a number of other nieces, Nicole DeMatteis, Danielle DeMatteis Sidor and Marissa Buzzanco; and nephews, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law and lots of cousins.
She was preceded in dying by her dad and mom; two sisters, Nicole Marie Buzzanco and Cathy DeMatteis; and a nephew, Kelsey Buzzanco.
Pals could name 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday and 9 to 10 a.m. Friday at The Joseph Rossi and Sons Funeral House in Niles. Because of the present well being state of affairs, social distancing measures are anticipated to be noticed and buddies coming to pay respects to the household are kindly requested to promptly depart the funeral house after doing so. Facial coverings are obligatory.
Funeral companies and a lunch can be personal.
Preparations are entrusted to The Joseph Rossi and Sons Funeral House in Niles.
Household and buddies can go to www.josephrossifuneralhome to mild a candle and ship condolences to Marilyn’s household.