Marilyn Elizabeth Epp Greene

September 9, 1930-May 25, 2019

Marilyn Elizabeth Epp Greene, 88, of College Station passed away peacefully surrounded by family. She was born in Kansas City, Missouri on September 9, 1930 to Henry and Martha Epp. She enjoyed skating in her youth. Marilyn worked at General Mills. She married and called California, New Mexico, Louisiana, and Florida home before settling in Webster, Texas and eventually Orange, Texas. Marilyn was a Physical Therapist Aid at Orange Memorial where she worked until her retirement. She was an integral part of her daughters’ lives. Marilyn sewed dresses and clothing for her daughters, and shared her love of crafts with her family. She was an avid bowler, horse enthusiast, and bridge player. Marilyn relocated to College Station to continue to be involved in the lives of her precious grandchildren, Justin and Cody. She was blessed to know and love her 2 great-grandchildren. These last several years, Marilyn resided at Magnified Health and Rehab where she continued to share her zest for life and her love of Elvis with the staff, family, and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Martha Epp; daughters, Linda Greene and Debra Franco; sister, Mitzi Williams; and brother, Walter Epp.

Marilyn is survived by her daughter, Donna Hancock and husband, Allen Beaumont; grandchildren, Justin Hancock and wife, Tiffany, and Cody Hancock; great-grandchildren, Mia and Connor Hancock; several nieces and nephews; and extended loving family members and friends.

The family wishes to express their appreciation to Dr. David Hackethorne, the entire staff of Magnified Health and Rehab and Hospice Brazos Valley, for their loving care of Marilyn during her last years.

The family will receive friends from 1 p.m.- 2p.m. Thursday, May 30th with the Celebration of Life Service to follow at 2 p.m. in the Bluebonnet Chapel of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, 3001 S. College Ave., Bryan, TX.

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  1. I will always love you Ms Marilyn. And your love for Elvis and your little two step dance.

  2. Donna, we are deeply sanded by your loss. Our hearts are with you always. I so miss my morning chat with your Mom before she became ill. We love you to the moon and back.

  3. My deepest sympathy. My mother passed away a year and a half ago, and I’m so said to learn my other mother is gone too. She was a light in a darkening world.

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