Marion E. Williams, 89
Marion E. Williams, 89, of Greensburg and formerly of Cincinnati, died Sunday, June 12, 2016, at Aspen Place Health Campus in Greensburg. Born May 21, 1927, in Cincinnati, she was the daughter of Anna (Noel) and John Windisch.
She married Gerald Williams Oct. 20, 1951, in Cincinnati and he preceded her in death on March 17, 2011. A homemaker, she also worked 25 years for Sears in the Telephone Department and was a former member of the Eastern Star in Cincinnati.
Marion was gifted artistically, making stained glass, painting, and drawing. She also loved to travel and was able to visit 48 of the 50 states. A trip to Alaska was among her favorites. Other interests included golf in her younger years and bingo in later years, following the Reds, watching old movies and she was a huge John Wayne fan. Marion also had a fondness for animals and jewelry. Her daughters teased that she'd buy clothes that she would never wear and as far as her cooking skills, well, her favorite recipe was eating out.
She is survived by her daughters, Martie (Dennis) Eernisse of Cincinnati, Sharen (Archie) Brown of Greensburg; sister, Margie Semona of Cincinnati; grandchildren, Dana (Corey) Buchholz, Joshua (Lindsay) Eernisse, Ashley Brown, Nathan Brown; and great-grandchildren, Malia, Malachi and Micah Buchholz and Olivia Eernisse.
In addition to her husband and parents, she was also preceded in death by her brothers, Carl and Melvin Windisch.
Visitation for family and friends will be from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, June 16 at Weigel Funeral Home. Following the visitation, Marion will be cremated and a private service will be held at a later date.
The family requests memorials to Aspen Place Activity Fund or PAAIN (People Assisting Animals in Need).
Published on June 13, 2016

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