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Marilyn T. Doe

January 19, 1931 — May 6, 2022

Marilyn Doe passed quietly on May 6th at the age of 91 in her home after a stroke several months before. Marilyn was born in Oroville, CA on January 19, 1931 to Sidney and Eileen Tupper. She left Oroville upon graduation of high school to enroll at UC Berkeley where she graduated in 1952. It was there that she met her husband, Russell Doe, and they married in 1952. They had and are survived by three children, Tupper, Elizabeth, and Catherine. Although Marilyn was never officially employed, she volunteered with many charities and received great satisfaction from her work. Marilyn made many friends throughout her life as she was best known for her generosity and sense of humor. One of Marilyn's favorite activities was to travel the world. Once she travelled around the world at one time visiting such exotic countries as Thailand, India, Jordan, and Africa. She also travelled often to less exotic countries in Europe and Asia. One of her favorite things to do was to visit her relatives each year in Connecticut with her son and then spend a week in New York City taking in the culture and seeing many Broadway shows. She did this each and every year for many years until 2019. Marilyn lived in the same house which she loved for 63 years. Before that, she travelled around the world with her husband while he was an intelligence officer in the Navy. She is also survived by her beloved cat Lovie. A private service was held in Visalia for close family and friends at Hadley Marcom Funeral Chapel on Saturday, July 16th. Interment will be at Visalia District Cemetery. Her favorite poem and words she lived by was "A Life Well Lived" which was printed on her Funeral notice.
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