marilynjenkins
Marilyn Sue Jenkins, beloved wife, mother and grandmother entered into eternal rest on March 7, 2012 in her home in Manhattan Beach CA. Born in Mount City, Missouri August 12, 1934. Sue enjoyed a fabulous life with her husband Edward Jenkins and her six children, Michael (deceased) Patrick, Nancy, Ruthann, Kathy and Scott; three grandchildren' Christopher, Jennie and Ian; and one great granddaughter Elliot Marie. Along with her husband and her children Sue traveled the world since 1957. Sue was a fun, likeable and charismatic woman, friendly with everyone she met. In the early 1960's her husband and she along with four children moved to CA. Later on in the same decade she completed her family with two California babies. CA was a great place to raise six children and start a career selling real estate with her husband. As a young mother she was a PTA volunteer for Wiseburn School District, soccer mom, baseball mom, and mom to all of her children's friends. She possessed the instinctive ability to decorate and organize. She had great love and passion for cooking. Sue's joys in life were country music, Fox news, cooking shows, but most of all she loved her family and her presence in their live and hearts will live forever. In lieu of flowers the family asks that you consider donations to the charities of Cancer or Diabetes.

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  1. Dear Jenkins Family, I will always remember Sue’s lovely smile and melodic, sweet voice. Sue was a cheerful, warm woman who radiated her love of family and friends. I admired her close relationship with her mother. They set a an example of love for family through the generations. I know your grief will run deep in your loss of Sue. It is a very difficult time and I pray that you will find comfort in your family, friends and faith. Love, Margaret and Paul Veale

  2. Dearest Ed, Pat, Nancy, Ruthann, Kathy & Scott, My heartfelt condolences go out to all in the loss of your beloved Wife and Mother. Growing up in the same neighborhood in Hollyglen and having dear sweet Sue as one of the many Moms who helped watch over all us kids, will never be forgotten. I loved her; it was such a pleasure to visit her when my own Mama would come to town, making her laugh with my silly stories. I loved hearing that laugh!

  3. Dear Jenkins Family, I am so sorry to have read about your loss this morning. I remember Sue as a generous, caring person, with plenty of love to go around for everyone she met. Although I only knew her for a short while, she left her indelible mark on my heart. Please accept my most heartfelt condolences. God bless.

  4. My sincere sympathy goes out to the Jenkins family on the loss of Sue. I haven’t seen her for many years but I have fond memories of working with her as another volunteer mother here in the Wiseburn school. district. My prayers are with all of you as you mourn her passing.

  5. TO ED AND FAMILY ALL OUR THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU AT THE LOSS OF SUE.I HAVE THE PREVILIGE OF KNOWING HER BY SPENDING TIME WITH HER AS HER CAREGIVER AND SHE WAS A KIND AND LOVING WOMAN WHO WILL NOT SOON BE FORGETTEN BY THOSE WHO KNEW AND ADMIRE HER. I AM SENDING MY DEEPEST SIMPATHY TO YOU AND OUR WARM PERSONAL REGARDS TO YOUR FAMILY. YOUR FRIENDS, THE LARIN FAMILY

  6. Sue I always thought the world of you. You were always so cherrful & nice. You will be missed by so many. Rest in the cradle of God’s arms sweet Sue.

  7. Ed, we want you to know we are thinking of you and your family and you are all in our thoughts and prayers. We have many fun and happy memories to look back on when we think of Sue.

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