Marilyn Joan Goble
Marilyn Joan Goble
  • December 25, 1930 - February 18, 2016
  • Illinois

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Marilyn Joan Goble, age 85 of West Salem, IL passed from this life to the next on February 18, 2016 at Richland Memorial Hospital, Olney, IL.
Marilyn was born in Nashville, IL on Christmas Day in 1930 to William Henry "Pete" and Virginia Jane (Thompson) Cutright.
Marilyn married Harold Eugene "Gene" Goble on March 17, 1953 in Carmi, IL.
She was a homemaker who always put her husband and children first. She was an excellent cook and baker, with pies being one of the specialties she was known for. Marilyn also enjoyed quilting, crocheting, flower and vegetable gardening.
Marilyn was preceded by her parents, granddaughter, Adrianne Pina, and her husband who passed on November 5, 2015. Marilyn and Gene were together for over 62 years of marriage, during which they thoroughly enjoyed country western music, square dancing and one anothers company and it is believed that she simply had to be where he was, so joined him there for "one more dance".
Left with wonderful memories are her five daughters: Derinda Goble Tynan, Rory (John) Yates, Lannie (Tony) Hayes, Macy (Clarence) Bell and Revel (Eric Honnold) Turner, four sons: Kim Goble, Barry (Lisa) Goble, Tod (Tammy) Goble and Dink (Denise) Goble. She will also be missed by seventeen grandchildren: Jade and Seth Lemmons, Landon and Logan Yates, Lindsay Summerfield, Ethan Goble, Kyle, Jacob and Justin Goble, Sydney and Cale Hayes, Mariah Nichols, Megan Raber, Mallory Goble, R.J., Dalton and Santana Turner and 17 great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be held on Friday, February 26th from 5 to 7 PM at the Zion United Methodist Church in West Salem, IL.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, February 27th at 10AM at the church. Burial will follow at the Zion United Methodist Cemetery in West Salem.
The family has asked that memorials be given to the West Salem Senior Citizens Center.
Envelopes will be provided at the church.