Marilyn Martin

Marilyn Martin (Morse)

Friday, February 9th, 1945 - Friday, December 13th, 2019
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Marilyn (Morse) Martin

Age 74, of Bellefonte, formerly of Pittsburgh, passed away on December 13, 2019 after a courageous battle with cancer. Marilyn was the beloved mother of Josh Martin and Jessa (John) Demas; loving grandma of Alexa and Addison Demas; dear sister of William (Carole) Morse, and Charlene (Charles McGinnis) Morse; caring aunt of David, Julie, Brendan, and Ryan; and former wife of Robert Martin. She was preceded in death by her parents Bill and Alice Morse. For many years, Marilyn served the Centre County region as a speech language pathologist and dedicated her career to helping very young children.

Funeral arrangements by BEINHAUERS, 412-531-4000. All services were private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, Please add or view tributes at
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Eileen Sainburg

Posted at 07:06pm
I had the pleasure of sharing time with your wonderful Marilyn! As an early intervention teacher, I worked alongside of Marilyn and always enjoyed learning and growing from our conversations and time together. She made working lots of fun!!! I will always have fond memories of her!!! I hope you are all surrounded by the love of family and friends! Hugs from Eileen S.

Deb lewis Posted at 03:15pm

Josh and Jessa - We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. We feel so lucky to have known Marilyn for so many years. She will be truly missed. Our thoughts are with you. The Lewis family

Joyce Hall

Posted at 03:02pm
Dear Jessa and Josh,
I am so very sorry for your loss. I was a colleague of Marilyn's in early intervention as a speech/language therapist. We shared some of the same toddlers - Marilyn as a home therapist and I was the preschool classroom therapist. We shared ideas and concern/love for the children. Marilyn was sincere in how much she cared for her little ones, and she was so dedicated to her work. I talked to Marilyn a number of times about her family, and her love for you was very apparent, as she loved to tell me what you were up to. Know that her love always endures within you. And may you have peace.

Karen Lose

Posted at 12:38pm
Dear Josh, Jessa, and family,
So very sorry for your loss. Your mother was a great lady. I will always remember our Family fun times at Flat Rock.
Keep those fond memories forever in your heart. My prayers for your comfort and peace at this difficult time.
Karen Lose

Lyndsey Lepley

Posted at 02:00pm
We loved getting to know Marilyn and were so proud of her courageous battle. She fought till the end and we wish you peace at this difficult time of year.
Therapy staff at PP

Patricia Steider

Posted at 10:43am
Marilyn mentored me 20 years ago as a speech-language pathologist in early intervention. We worked together for most of those years and I will miss her insight and experieince. She always made me laugh. Marilyn dragged me to a Women for Obama group and today that group of women are still connected to encourage participation in elections. She was a remarkable woman.
Patty Steider

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