Condolence & Memory Journal

We are so blessed to have known you. We will meet someday. Amen.

Posted by Denis Lanek Melching - Kampala, Uganda - Adopted Grandson   December 15, 2015


I never had the privledge of meeting Ms Melching, but do know that any woman that worked her life around her children, as she did, had to have been a Very good loving person. She did good, because this shows through her sons. Love and Prayers for you all.

Posted by Rhonda - Portland, TN - Friend of family   April 04, 2015


Such a warm, loving, humorous, strong, resilient woman! I will miss you, Aunt Marilyn, but many happy memories will comfort me. You've left the world a better place for having had you in it.

Posted by Julie St. John - Snow Camp, NC - Niece   April 02, 2015


Aunt Marilyn, What can we say about a woman who embraced life & God, respected all and loved to laugh? We were fortunate to have you in our lives... We are comforted to know you are without pain and in God's loving arms.
You are loved and missed

Posted by Debbie & Mark - Stanwood, WA - Niece & Husband   April 02, 2015


I will miss her big smile and crazy jokes. Her generousity and love for others was immeasurable.
We know she is enjoying heaven. Love and prayers to all her family.

Posted by Beverly and Merrol Hyde - Hendersonville, TN - friend   April 01, 2015


We love you with all our heart! You are a special lady and touched so many lives! We will miss you so much but can see you smiling ( joking with Dad and Uncle Don) and at peace in God's loving arms!!

Posted by Becky and Chuck Fitch - Fort Wayne, IN - niece and husband   March 31, 2015

My Prayers and thoughts are with the family may God give comfort and peace as he always does love you all.
Willie Ruth Borders, friend of Lori and Darren and kids.

Posted by Willie ruth Borders - Westmoreland, TN - Friend   March 31, 2015


Always remember her as being a kind and loving loving lady. It is sad she has left us.

Posted by Rick Weatherby - Nashville, TN - Friend   March 30, 2015

Love this sweet woman. She was like a mother to me. Always cut up and picked at me. My fondest memory of her was when I bought my first truck she decided to roll it inside and out with toilet paper. Sure do miss her and always will love her. My prayers are with the family.

Posted by Fred Lowe - Portland, TN - Friend   March 30, 2015


You are loved more than you know and you'll always be in our hearts. Be with God beloved Aunt Marilyn

Posted by Andrea St.John Nocher - Lincolnton, NC - Niece   March 30, 2015