In Memory

Marilyn Beasley (Danley) - Class Of 1967

MARILYN DANLEY, 59, of Omaha, Neb., formerly of Fort Wayne, died Friday, Dec. 5, 2008, at her home. Marilyn Jean (Beasley) Danley was born Sept. 1, 1949, in Fairbury, Neb., daughter of Norman and Jean Beasley. She married Rick Danley of Fort Wayne on Feb. 1, 1969. In the fall of 1982, the Danley's moved to Omaha, where the family resides today. Marilyn enjoyed spoiling her grandchildren, Elle (7), Jacob (4), Adeline (18 months) and Taylor (7 months), traveling, shopping, playing games, and her pets. Marilyn is survived by her mother, Jean, of Fairbury; husband, Rick; children, Michael and Dawn Danley, Eric Danley and Kristin Heithold and Sarah and Jerod Olson; and grandchildren, all of Omaha. She was preceded in death by her father, Norman Beasley; and her grandparents. Funeral service is 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Christian Church in Fairbury, Neb. Interment in Fairbury Cemetery following the funeral. Arrangements by Heafey-Heafey-Hoffmann-Dworak-Cutler West Center Chapel, 7805 West Center Road, Omaha, Neb.



 
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09/06/10 06:05 PM #1    

Mary Russell (Myers) (1967)

It was such fun having Marilyn live "up the street". We enjoyed some great times with McCook High activities. She was such a sweet gal--I can so easily remember that smile. Our trip to England was especially fun because Marilyn was with us. She was such a good sport, especially when we nicknamed her "Donald".  Marilyn helped make our little group of travelers a really great one that summer of '67 with many wonderful experiences to last a lifetime. I will always think of her as that very fun-loving 18 yr. old.  Thanks, Marilyn, for great memories from the age of innocence!

 

 


11/25/11 11:23 AM #2    

Pam Baum (Andrews) (1967)

Marilyn was such a good friend of mine.  We would still talk on the phone every week, so when her daughter called me, I knew the news would not be good.  I just saw her about a month before when she came to Kansas City to take her grandaughter shopping.  Whenever we went to Omaha, we would get together for dinner.  I do miss her very much, she was a wonderful person.  Our trip to England with our little group will always be special to me because she was there.  I still keep in touch with her daughter and Rick.   I know Marilyn would want me to check on her grandchildren, they were the love of her life.  I miss you dear friend but you will never be forgotten.


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