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Marilynn J. Lauterbach

September 21, 1952 - January 04, 2023


Obituary For Marilynn J. Lauterbach

Gained her angel wings on Wednesday, January 4, 2023, surrounded by family and close friends.

Only child of the late Dolores "Nana" Thorns; cherished mom and grandmother of Joseph (Melanie) and their children Ava and Joey, David (Miluska) and their son Máximo, Jonathan and his daughter Baylee, Andrew (Aubrey) and their children Rylan, Easton and Nash and the late Matthew Lauterbach (survived by Stefanie Wozny) and their son Logan. Also survived by family and friends.

Marilynn Lauterbach was a loving daughter, dedicated mother, loyal friend, proud grandmother and devout Catholic.

After being an only child, she chose to have a big family and did just that having five boys in five years. There wasn't a day that went by that she did not brag about her children, she was unendingly proud. As they grew up, she cheered them on at all of their sporting events.

She never hesitated to help them in any way that she could. She was incredibly social, making friends wherever she went. She was young at heart and always ready to do something fun, from hanging out with her friends or going to a concert. She enjoyed spending time with her family and looked forward to any opportunity to be together. It was impossible to spend time with her and be bored. Marilynn Lauterbach will be greatly missed by all that knew her. Friends will be received at the John F. Slater Funeral Home, Inc., 412-881-4100, 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood 15227 on Sunday, January 8, 2023 from 2-8 p.m. Funeral prayer on Monday morning at 9:45. Mass of Christian Burial in Blessed Trinity Parish, St. Sylvester Church at 10:30 a.m.

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  • 01/07/2023

    We are so sorry to hear of Marilyn's passing. We knew Marilyn through our children and their sports and the boosters. She was always upbeat and had kind words for everyone. We will keep Marilyn and your family in our prayers. Michael and Colleen Arendash

  • 01/07/2023

    Heaven has gained a special angel. I remember Dave and Miluska's wedding day when we met Marilyn. Full of spice and loving all of her boys. I had the pleasure of driving her to the church. Lovely and kind. I wish we could've gotten to know her better. My heart breaks for your sudden loss, friends. We love you three so very much. -Katrina and Anthony

  • 01/07/2023

    Marilynn and I have been true Friends for over Fifty years! In that time we have been together through good and sometimes heartbreaking times! But always she had a strong faith and a love for her family that sustained all everyone around her! I have loved her from the day I met her and I will look forward to greeting me at Heaven's Gate

  • 01/06/2023

    Condolences to the boys and their families. Your mom and I had a lot of fun times together. We just saw her at the Loose Moose the other week. She seemed so happy. She loved you boys and her grandkids. She was very proud of all of you. May God watch over all of you at this time.

  • 01/06/2023

    We are so very sorry for your loss. We have many good memories of times together in Pittsburgh, Sarasota, & Tahoe when our kids were young. May God give you comfort in this difficult time. Ken & Nancy Homer, Erica Homer Collazo & family

  • 01/06/2023

    So very sorry to hear this sad news. Marilynn and I attended Domenec High School together, playing on the basketball team and becoming friends. Years later we reconnected on the Brentwood baseball fields when we realized our sons played ball together. Spent many hours together watching them play and cheering them on. Always had a smile and a sweet and gentle personality to go with it. She was so proud of her boys. My deepest condolences to all of you. Nancy Patterson and Family

  • 01/05/2023

    Mike and I will always remember times spent with Marilyn during our young family life. She was an Angel and will be missed so much. Maria and Mike Ricci family

  • 01/05/2023

    So sorry to hear of this great loss to all of you. Your mom put a smile on everyone's face. We had lots of good times with her watching you all play ball, and her great efforts with the Boosters. May your love for her let peace bloom within you all. Blessings, Robbie Coxon