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There will be a celebration of Bob’s life at the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church, 727 Harvard Avenue, Swarthmore PA 19081 on Saturday, January 27, at 11 a.m.
Contributions in Bob’s memory may be made to CARE (care.org/donation), the World Wildlife Fund (worldwildlife.org) or Doctors Without Borders USA (doctorswithoutborders.org).
She was an active member of the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church and the Providence Garden Club of Pennsylvania and was always eager to lend a hand or a smile to a friend in need.
Throughout her life Marilyn enjoyed wonderful experiences at her homes in Redding, Conn., Hazelton, Pa., Seabrook Island, S. However, the place she held most dear in her later years was her summer cottage on Capitol Island, Maine, where she enjoyed days on the porch reminiscing about Mouse Island memories, watching the lobstermen pull traps, and waving to friends as they sailed by.
She was a graduate of the Evanston public schools, and attended North Shore Country Day and Vassar College.
In 1950 Marion met the love of her life, Roger Purdy, on the MV Georgic sailing to Europe; they wed the following year.
On December 29, 1945, she married Raymond Frank Winch, with whom she enjoyed 67 wonderful years of marriage. Jean and Ray lived in Swarthmore, Boston, Mass., Jacksonville, Fla., Newtown Square, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Bozman, Md., and Stuart, Fla., before retiring to Kennett Square.
There they grew and marketed fruits and vegetables and worked on their old farmhouse.
After graduating from high school, Jan moved to live with her only sister, Marian, in Washington, D. Soon afterward they moved to San Diego, where Albert worked in the aviation industry and all five of their children were born.
After ten years in San Diego they headed to the Seattle area for a year before moving to Swarthmore, Pa., where they lived for some 20 years as they raised their family.
Marilyn is survived by her daughter Susan, her husband Bob, and their daughters Claire and Sydney of Evergreen, Col., as well as son Tim, his wife Beth and their twins Caroline and Walker of Washington, D. Though her siblings and husband had passed, she was blessed to be very close to her nieces Lisa, Linda and Jennifer, her nephews Bill and Jeff, extended family, and amazing lifelong friends.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Wooster School, c/o John and Marilyn Hague Scholarship Fund, 91 Miry Brook Road, Danbury, CT 06811 or at JM Hague scholarship in comments).