Marilyn Ann Ehreth

marilyn ehreth
Marilyn Ann "Nan" Ehreth, age 67, of Herndon, Virginia on Tuesday, August 19, 2008 at INOVA Fairfax Hospital. Loving wife of "47 years" to Donald J. Ehreth; devoted mother of Jean M. Ehreth, Dr. Jeff (Carol) Ehreth, Dr. John (Eileen) Ehreth, Joanne (Tom) Burke, and Jennifer Ehreth; daughter of Emma and the late Stan Kwako; sister of Dr. Jerry, Dr. Jim, Tom and Rosemary Kwako. She is also survived by nine grandchildren.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. My thoughts and prayers are with the Ehreth family as your grieve the loss of your beloved Mother! May your many wonderful memories of your Mother bring you peace and comfort and serve to keep her memory alive. David A. Sanchez

  2. Dear Eileen, John, Don and the whole Ehreth family, Our deepest sympathies during this time of your loss. Please know that Viki and I are here for you. With the capacity that Marilyn had for love, and the lives she touched, you should know that she will never be more than a thought away. God Bless. Floyd

  3. Dear Ehreth Family, We are so very sorry for your loss. We extend our deepest sympathies to you. Marilyn will be missed by us all. She was such a warm and loving woman. Marilyn was always smiling and sharing her happiness with everyone she knew. We were always greeted with a hug filled with love. It seemed all she knew was kindness. How blessed we were to know her. She will always be remembered with a smile in our hearts. May God bless you and help you through this time of loss. Please know we are here for you.

  4. Dear Ehreth Family, My prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. I am so very sorry for your loss. Marilyn brought so much joy to everyone she met and I will always think of her warm smiles and hugs. Love, Vanessa

  5. I cannot express in words how much Marilyn will be missed by our family. She was so full of life and a joy to be around. I enjoyed sitting near her during the girls’ softball games and chatting with her. We are all so fortunate to have known her. Sincerely, Heidi, Paul, Mitchell and Sydney Goddard

  6. Dear Don/Ehreth Family We send you all love. Loving memories are wonderful things to keep in the heart, to pull out every time you need a smile and a warm fuzzy hug. Marilyn was a unique person making everyone around her feel special. She will be missed but still remain in the heart and thoughts of those who knew her. Our prayers are with you to give you strength in your time of need.

  7. Dearest Jennifer, My most heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I was so sorry to hear about your mom. I have such warm memories of her from when you and I were growing up together in Warrenton. She was an amazing woman. She glowed with a beautiful spirit. She had such a kind heart — and a smile that would brighten the darkest of rooms. Truly a special lady. Please know that I think of you often. — I pray that you will find peace in your time of loss. Love to you all. Lynn Pearson 221 Lake Monterey Circle Boynton Beach, FL 33426 (703) 298-4957

  8. Dear Don, So sorry to hear of your loss. I hope that your family, your friends, and your faith will help you get through this dark time. It’s been so long since we’ve talked. I hope that, when you feel up to it, you will contact me and we can talk about happier days. I’m still in contact with some of the old ORD crowd. My regards and sympathies are with you. Sam

  9. Dear Don, At this difficult time of great loss and sadness, please know that long forgotten coworkers and friends send their most sincere sympathy and best wishes to you and your family. Our prayers go with you. Dave Graham

  10. …May God replace your current pain and loss with continued joys and fond memories in days ahead. All the Millers are thinking of you, and recalling the joy Marilyn brought to each of our lives.

  11. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Marilyn was such a special person. Not only was she a devoted wife and mother, but she always had time for friends or anyone else who needed her help.

  12. Dear Don, Jean, Jeff, John, Joanne, and Jennifer: I’m so sorry for your loss. Made me smile, though, to remember the Bethel days when life was simpler and peaceful. I’m sure my Dad has taken Marilyn under his wing…

  13. Dear Don, I was so sorry to learn of your wife’s death (through the EPA grapevine). My heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Marie

  14. Dear Ehreth’s, we were so sorry to read of Marilyn’s death. Moving to NC, our Democrat is always a little late.We have many fond memories from school,ballgames,FSCC of you all. Our deepest sympathy and we are blessed to have shared her friendship. Priscilla,Tommy & Ken Krick

  15. Marilyn will live in my heart forever! Her happiness,smile and laughter were contagious! God took the “best” and left us with the rest! A friend and playmate forever to remember!

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