Marilyn E. Coltrain

Updated, please note Celebration of Life

Marilyn E. Coltrain, age 75 of Mission, TX passed away on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 at McAllen Hospital in McAllen, TX.

Marilyn was born on March 23, 1945 in Ottumwa, Iowa the daughter of the late Glenn and Icle (Cudworth) Roush. After graduating from Ottumwa High School she married Curtis Coltrain Jr. on August 4, 1963. Marilyn enjoyed quilting and reading in her spare time, she also had an artistic side and loved creating stained glass pieces and making ceramics. In the summertime she resided in northern Wisconsin where she spent countless hours with her family baking, fishing, and cruising on the lake. They brought her so much joy and she loved being a grandma and great grandma.

She will remain in the hearts of her husband of 57 years Duane Coltrain; loving son Rick (Cheri) Coltrain, grandchildren Samantha (Jeffrey) Moench and Nicholas (Ryann) Coltrain, great grandchildren Icle Moench and Baby Theabelle Moench, several grand pups (Payton, Berkley, Cullen and Ruby), and brother Richard Roush of Freeport, IL and Anna Roush of Agency, IA and numerous nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents and brother Robert Roush and sister-in-law Elizabeth (Biz) Roush.

A public Celebration of life will be 3pm, Thursday June 10th at the O’Connell Family Funeral Home, 520 So. 11th Street, Hudson. The service will be available to watch through live streamed here. Immediately following, a time for friends and family to gather to remember Marilyn will be from 4pm to 6pm at O’Connell’s Hudson. Memorials are preferred to the discretion of the family and will be used to further her passions she loved.

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