DZYNGEL, Marlene Mary (nee Bush, January 25th, 1940)

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Peacefully at the Sault Area Hospital on Saturday, June 27, 2020 at the age of 80.

Beloved wife of John for 58 years. Dear sister of the late Sheila Stevens (late Morris), and Janice Gratton (Ronald). Loving mother of Dana-Lynn Dzyngel (late Mark Carnaroli), Keith Dzyngel (Suzanne), Trevor Dzyngel (Jeanne), Jody-Anne Dzyngel and Lloyd Dzyngel. Proud Nana of Ryan, Amy, Trina, Jonathan, Jessy, Jonni, Kelsey, Brett, Tyler and Adam. Fun and singing Great-Grandma D of Kayla, Riley, Hailey, Morgan, Brody, Tommy, Jayde, Juliana and Noah and a very special Great-Great-Grandma of Dawson and Aubrey-Lee. She will be fondly remembered as Auntie Marlene to countless nieces and nephews.

Marlene, daughter of the late Lloyd and Annie Bush (nee Spencer), lived a full life enjoying her excitingly loud family. She loved spending summers surrounded by her loving husband, siblings, children and grandkids in her favourite spot on the shores of Pancake Bay.

She was a kind and gentle soul who gave everything she had for her family. She touched the lives of everyone who entered her life. She will never be forgotten.

Due to the current pandemic and restrictions imposed by the provincial government, there is a maximum attendance restriction which allows for 30% of room capacity. The memorial service will be by invitation only. Memorial Mass celebrated from St. Gregory’s Catholic Church on Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 11 am. Rev. Trevor Scarfone officiating. Interment Hillside Cemetery, Blind River.

Mandatory for everyone is the use of hand sanitizer, masks (disposable or hand made) or face coverings and physical distancing of 2 meters must be observed by everyone, unless members of the same household.

Memorial contributions payable by cheque or online to the Algoma Lung Association would be appreciated.

Arrangements entrusted to the Arthur Funeral Home – Barton & Kiteley Chapel (492 Wellington St. E. 705-759-2522). Please visit Arthur Funeral Home website obituaries to leave memories and condolences as a keepsake for the family.

“When you need to think of me, look out at the water and I will be by your side.”