Condolences for Marilyn Kundy

From MaksimRhine

I am so very sorry to learn about Marilyn. I had the joy of knowing her both through church and as a member of our volunteer program at Gundersen. She was always positive and so very, very kind to everyone. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
From Lori Van Lin

Uncle Red. I have been out of town for over a week and just today heard of the passing of Aunt Marilyn. Roy and I are so very sorry for your loss. Prayers of comfort to you and your family.
From Debby (Kundy) Hansmann

Uncle Red and family, We are so sorry to hear about Aunt Marilyn passing. It has been a long time since I'm sure she's felt good. My sister Debby just found a message on mom's machine, so this note is late. You have always been in our prayers! Our sympathy to you and the family. Janice Kundy Warner
From Janice Warner

Our condolences on the passing of our beloved Marilyn. We will miss her smile and cheerful nature. May God give you the strength to carry on. Love, Mike & Marsha
From Mike & Marsha Ryan

I loved Marilyn. She had that contageous smile always. She was in my Memory Lane class along with Lyle. Sorry to hear of her passing. Love Lynda
From Lynda wood hegy

Sorry for your loss of Marilyn. I'm sure she will be missed by the family. Special sorry for your loss Lyle whom I worked with most of our adult life.
From Jim & Nancy Thompson

So sorry to hear about Marilyn’s passing. There are so many memories growing up. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers. My mother always looked forward to their phone conversations. She said Marilyn always made her feel better. Her giving soul will be sorely missed!
From Barry Berens

I first met Marilyn and Lyle as a freshman at UWL in 1969 while they we were square dancing with my visiting from Chicago parents. Oh... soo many fond memories since then. Marilyn was a loyal friend, gracious lady who enjoyed a good time with a fine sense of humor and who adored her family. To the Kundy family, may you all find comfort in your many fond and wonderful woman - my friend of decades, Marilyn.
From Gregg Slapak, Wheaton, Illinois

So sorry to hear of Marilyn passing. I thought of her and your whole family so many times over the years. Keep thoughts in my heart always. In gods hands, lynnette and bud
From Lynnette silbaugh Miller

I was so sorry to hear about Marilyn. She would meet my Mom, Joanne Wuensch, for breakfast sometimes and when I was in lacrosse visiting I would come too. Marilyn was so nice and I enjoyed visiting with her. My deepest sympathies to you.
From Cathi Novotney (Wuensch)

Sorry to hear about Marilyn. She will be missed. She was like a second mom when I was growing up with Sue. Alot of good memories.
From Sandy Wendling

So sorry to hear of Marilyn's passing. May your memories bring you comfort. Our sympathy to you all.
From The Begeman Family