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Marylyn E. Mock

Marylyn E. Mock

Marylyn E. Mock, age 91, of Quincy, died on Sunday, May 24, 2020 in her home. She was born on August 23, 1928 in Quincy, the daughter of Gordon and Margaret (Young) Thrasher. She married Howard S. Mock on September 11, 1948. He preceded her in death on May 18, 2010. Marylyn was a member of St. Francis Catholic Church and had been a long time member of St. Anthony Catholic Church and St. Dominic Catholic Church. Marylyn enjoyed quilting, crocheting, sewing and jigsaw puzzles, watching grandchildren's activities and the St. Louis Cardinals. She traveled to Korea, Arizona, Georgia and Ohio to visit her children. She volunteered at the Ladies of Charity and the RSVP. She also enjoyed socializing with her friends. Above all, Marylyn was proud of her family and all of her many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Over 60 years as a wife and mother taught her many life lessons.

She is survived by: HER CHILDREN: Thomas Mock and his wife Patti, Susan Meyer, Robert Mock and his wife Sharon, Stephen Mock and his wife Pat, Ann Moody and her husband Paul, Richard Mock and his wife Patti, Teresa Scott and her husband John, Joan Sparrow and her husband Robert, and Tamara Selsor and her husband Richard.

HER GRANDCHILDREN: Cassandra Gresco and her husband Kory, Laura Mock, Zachery Mock, Tanner Meyer and his wife Ashley, Karissa Jennings and her husband Derek, Hunter Meyer, Blake Mock and his wife Michelle, Megan Brown and her husband Bryan, Christopher Mock, Shaun Mock and his wife Jesse, Heather Altgilbers and her husband Chad, Paul Moody, Jr., Brooke Moody, Joshua Moody and his fiancé Julie Cheney, Richelle Stamey, Adrienne Baten, Patrick Scott and his wife Eileen, Laura Scott, Matthew Sparrow and his wife Janelle, Amanda Leming and her husband Dave, Emily Bunch and her husband Brad, Lane Sparrow and his wife Jenna, Courtney Mills and her husband Jason, Torie DiSalvo and her husband Mike, Ricki Selsor, Hilary Selsor, and Wesley Selsor.

HER GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN: Preston Gresco, Emry Gresco and Ella Gresco; Ali Meyer and Sydney Meyer; Luke Jennings, Emma Jennings, and Kendal Jennings; Payton Mock, Reagan Mock and Landon Mock; Isabella Brown, Aubrey Brown, Olivia Brown and Everleigh Brown; Desire' Turner, Kameron Fischer and her husband Austin, and Cameron Holford; Colleen Mock, Caleb Altgilbers and his wife Hayley, Collin Altgilbers and Laney Altgilbers; Dylann Cain and Conner Cain; Brayden Cheney, Lily Cheney and Maci Moody; Kali Stamey; Sydney Baten and Riley Baten; Charlie Scott and Kelly Scott; Christian Sparrow and Brody Sparrow; Ava Leming, Adyson Leming, Aidyn Leming, Anna Leming and Auggie Leming; Braxton Bunch and Brecken Bunch; Taylor Sparrow and Sawyer Sparrow; Mia Mills and Trevin Mills; Andrew DiSalvo and Elizabeth DiSalvo.

HER GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILD: Luci Altgilbers

HER SISTER: Maxine Hawk and HER BROTHER-IN-LAW: Kent Stockton. Numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives also survive.

In addition to her husband, Marylyn was also preceded in death by a sister: Janet Stockton, a brother-in-law: Bill Hawk; a son in law: Jim Meyer and a grandson in law: James Baten.

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, there will be a private Mass of Christian Burial for Marylyn. The funeral mass will be broadcast live at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 30, 2020 on the St. Francis Solanus Catholic Church website: stfrancissolanus.com. Interment will take place at Calvary Cemetery. The family wishes to thank all their friends and family for their love and support during this time. Please be with us in prayer and feel free to send a card or note to the family directly or through the funeral home. Donations may be made to St. Francis Catholic Church or to the Ladies of Charity in Marylyn's memory. The Duker & Haugh Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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From:
Kay Harland
Altona, IL
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My thoughts are with your family at this time.
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Jerry and Sue Schmidt
Carrollton, IL
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So sorry for your families loss. Your Mom/Grandma was such a sweet lady. Thinking of you.
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Mike and Sue Murtaugh
Peachtree City, GA
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Mike and Melinda Mihalek
Sharpsburg, GA
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Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.
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pat slothouber veile
Nebo, IL
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Sympathies to all of you, you're in our thoughts and prayers.
From:
Frank Baumgartner
Plainville, IL
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Sorry about your loss our thought and prayers are with you.
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Don Benz
Quincy, IL
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Rick and Family - I am sorry for your loss - I wish you peace
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Robert Kenning
Evansville, IN
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Our heartfelt condolences to the entire family from Ann Kenning of Quincy and Bob & Jeri Kenning of Evansville, IN. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
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Jan and Ken Obert
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Our sympathy to each of you, may God give her a place with Him in heaven. Prayers.
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Jil and Bob Johnson
QUINCY, IL
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We are so sorry for the loss of your Mom. She sure loved her family. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you.
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Mike Lawrence
Quincy, IL
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Sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. The last time I saw Marilyn she was sitting in front of a quilt at a St. Dominic’s fish fry. That was some time ago. She was a good friend to my mother over the years. Marilyn and my mom, Evelyn Lawrence, took classes together when they decided to become catholic. My mom always remembered that, and all the good times she and my dad had with Howard and Marilyn. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
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Lisa and Bill Potts
Dacono, CO
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I am sorry for the loss of Aunt Marylyn. I have so many fun memories of her and the time we all spent together at the house.
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Mike & Lexine Muza
Senoia, GA
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So sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
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Patricia Hummelsheim
Quincy, IL
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My thoughts and prayers to the family. I was lucky to meet Marylyn through the quilters at St. Francis. We became friends and eventually I began to drive her home. We shared biweekly phone calls and oh so many topics. She will be missed.
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Mary Fuller
Quincy, IL
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Susie, so very sorry for the loss of your Mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you
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Billy and Laverne Meyer
Quincy, IL
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Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.
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William Wells
Quincy, IL
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My condolences to Tom and Steve and the entire family. One of my favorite thoughts of Marylyn was Howard's description of "3M Cookies" - Marylyn Mock Made em! God's peace to all of you.
From:
Margie Sinnock
Quincy, IL
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Susie, your Mom was such a sweet lady. Sending you love and prayers and wishing you God’s peace.
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Jim & Katie Quinn
Quincy, IL
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Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Peace.
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PHYLLIS DORNBERGER
QUINCY, IL
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MAY YOU CHERISH ALL THE GREAT MEMORIES YOU FOLKS HAVE WITH YOUR MOTHER, GAMMIE AND ETC. I HAVE MEMORIES OF HER AS WELL, BUT MOST OF THOSE ARE ONES YOU'VE ALL SHARED WITH ME.
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Dan Musholt
East Providence, RI
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Thinking of you all and wishing you peace. Sweet memories of Marilyn and family. Thoughts and prayers.
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Phil and Lorri Craig
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To all of the Mock siblings and their families (WAY too many to individualize!) Your mom was such a sweet lady and will be greatly missed by all. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
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Jane Ankrom
Quincy, IL
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I remember Marilyn as a wonderful volunteer at Ladies of Charity for so many years. She was the epitome of hard work and dedication to the cause that so many of us love. Our hearts go out to her wonderful family. May her life of hard work and dedication to family continue to inspire us all.