Marilyn Fae LaBrie-Telgenhoff

Marilyn was born Feb. 20, 1937 in Missoula, Montana to Lewis and Myrtle (Holmes) Stickley.  In 1942 the family move to “The Ranch” Richards Road, Bellevue, WA.  Later they moved to Kirkland and then Okanogan.  They moved to Bothell in 1947 when she was in the 5th grade.  She graduated in 1955 from Bothell High School.  Marilyn attended Western Washington College for a year.

Marilyn was an avid outdoor person.  Fishing, hiking and boating was a part of her life since she was very young.  Marilyn liked to travel and seeing new places with Marty.  One of her favorite trips was to come see grandkids and great grandkids in Alaska.  Marilyn enjoyed working in her yard and sewing they were her passions.  Decorating for Christmas was very special to her, the she looked forward to every year.

In 1956 she married Harold LaBrie.  They were blessed with Tracie in 1964 and Jay in 1966.  In 1973 she married Martin Telgenhoff.

Marilyn was a very caring wife, mother, grandmother, sister, cousin, aunt and friend to all who knew her.  She had a listening ear and comforting arms.

Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents, Sister Karen, 7 Aunts and Uncles and many Ccousins.

Marilyn is survived by her husband Martin, children Tracie (Mike) and Tracie’s children Nick, Ryan and Sarah and adopted Romanian girls Irina and Christina.  Jay, and his two step children Allie and Griffin.  Numerous great grandchildren with the newest born January 31, 2021.  Also sister Susan, Cousins Barbara, Jamie, Don and Bruce and nieces Julee, Cheri and Arlene.

A memorial for later in the year.

3 Responses to “Marilyn Fae LaBrie-Telgenhoff”

  • Chris Zanassi says:

    Such a big loss to this family. Jeff and I love and miss you Marilyn.

  • Sarah Lamp says:

    I miss you everyday. You weren’t only the best grandma I could have asked for, you were my best friend. We are all so lucky to have had you in our lives. I know you’re in heaven watching over me and my girls now. I love you Grandma

  • Kathy and John Roach says:

    Marilyn was such a great friend! We will always remember the fun times we had on our many trips to Nevada and all our adventures.

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