Marlene Mae Williams
September 7, 1936 - June 6, 2018
Marlene Mae Williams, age 81, of Bear, DE, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 6, 2018.
Born in Johnstown, PA on September 7, 1936, she was the daughter of the late Richard and Violet (Gable) Brown. Marlene dedicated her career as a clinical psychologist with the State of Delaware and retired after many years of service.
Marlene was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
In addition to her parents, Marlene was preceded in death by her daughter, Cindy Scullion. She is survived by her husband, John W. Williams; children, Debbie Rennard (Gregory Carapiet) of Ocala, FL, John Williams, Jr. (Norma) of Townsend and Janette M. Charpentier (Chris) of Vernon, CT; brother, Richard Brown (Donna) of Lewes; 13 grandchildren; and several great grandchildren.
A visitation for family and friends will be held from 11:30 am until 12:30 pm on Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 500 W. Chestnut Hill Rd., Newark, DE, where a funeral service will begin at 12:30 pm. Interment will follow in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 2465 Chesapeake City Road, Bear, DE.
8 Condolences for Marlene Mae Williams
You will forever be in our hearts mom mom <3 we love you very much!
Ayden and Mae-Lynn
Love and prayers for all the family!
I love and miss you mom mom! You will be in my heart forever
Love this picture, Love her smile. So many great memories Marlene. So many laughs and fun times and jokes. You and John are the salt of the earth and so loved by so many especially your children and grandchildren. I know you are with your mother and your family and and you are busy at work as nothing will keep you down. Peace and love to all of your family.
Love, Dee and Guil
I will miss her… Delilah was her great great grand daughter. Wish she could of met her.
Please accept my condolences
You will be greatly missed. I love you Mom-Mom
Marlene, You were my psychologist for a number of years and during that time we grew a great friendship. We would meet at least once a month for lunch and have a good time talking about everything. I’ve missed you over the years, I sorry your gone now, but I know you are in a better place. I love you and miss you.