Marianne
Marianne Lovina Timlick was welcomed into the arms of the Lord on March 15th, 2006. She was a loving, devoted mother who put all of her energy into everything she did for her three daughters and other members of her family. She was a gifted artist, wonderful hostess, loved to sew. She always had time to talk to her daughters and make them feel loved. She encouraged them to be of strong mind and always be creative in everything they did. She was a devoted daughter to her parents and a loving devoted sister and aunt to her sisters, brothers, nieces and nephews. She was born in Watertown, New York, January 6th, 1930, to Charles Orley Timlick, and Lillian Frances Jackson. She is survived by three daughters, Mari Joe Laurich of San Jacinto, CA., Sheila Labbe of Gardena, Janine Lechuga of Rancho Palos Verdes, grandson, Thomas Stekkinger of Santa Rosa, CA., a great grandson, Taylor Thomas Stekkinger, of Chicago IL. She is also survived by two younger brothers, Robert (Bud) Timlick of Morgan Hill CA., and Gary Timlick of San Jose, CA. and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Donald Frank Timlick, and sisters Eileen McMullen-Timlick, Dorothy Alice Howe. We love you Mom, and we thank the Lord that he has you in his hands. To send the family a message, share a memory, for directions to services, or to view the online video tribute please go to the mortuary's website, www.LAfuneral.com

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  1. Mom, When I was a little girl I remembered, at the age of 11 years old how we traveled to Yuma, AZ. I wish we could have stayed in Rochester, NY where we really belonged. But if we had did that I wouldn’t have two beautiful sisters and a handsome son, Thomas. Those are treasures that I will someday take to my own grave untill we meet again mom…. When the sun rise’s you are in my mind every morning, when the sun sets you are in my heart. You will shine forever in my soul mom. And till I can be close to you, we will meet again in laughter not in tears. So HAPPY MOTHERS DAY MOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love, Cuddles

  2. Mom, You are so loved and repected. Thank you for endearing, selfless love. All I am today is because of you. I will love you forever. You are now in the hands of the lord and within the love energy. You have all knowlege of everything. All the questions you may have had in your physical life are now answered. You are free. God bless you for eternity. I love you Mommy. Your daughter, Janine

  3. I loved my Grandma very much. I know she is now very happy. All I have are good memories of her. I will do my best in life in honor of her. Thanks Grandma!

  4. May God be with her in all her glory. Sit at my side and be as one. Welcome welcome, my house is yours. I am God your father.

  5. Our prayers have been answered I finally arrived The healing that had been delayed Is now realized No one’s in a hurry There’s no schedule to keep We’re all enjoying Jesus Just sitting at His feet If you could see me now I’m walking streets of gold If you could see me now I’m walking tall and whole If you could see me now You’d know I’ve seen His face If you could see me now You’d know the pain’s erased You wouldn’t want me to ever leave this place If only you could see me now My light and temporary trials Have worked out for my good To know it brought Him glory When I misunderstood Though we’ve had our sorrows They can never compare To what Jesus has in store for us No language can compare We send our deepest sympathy to all the family of Aunt Mary. Barbara and Rex Haman

  6. Mother, I’ll never stop loving you and respecting you. You were and still are my best friend. I’ll miss you in so many ways. You taught me so much, and loved me with all your heart. I love you Mom, oh- and say hello to Princess Diana for me will you? hehehe

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