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Marilyn Joan Madeiros Larson
September 9, 2020
Marilyn Larson obit pic
Marilyn Joan Madeiros Larson, 82, beloved mother, grandmother and GG, went to be with Jesus on September 9, 2020, at her home in Manteca with her daughter, Pauline, by her side.
   Marilyn and her husband, Larry, called many places in Northern California home,  Oakland, Berkeley, Weaverville, Salyer, Gasquet, Placerville, Hayfork, Yreka, Concord, Arnold, and Manteca.  Marilyn always found time to volunteer with Girl Scouts, Sunday school, summer bible school, PTA, Arnold Angels, and recently handing out cookies and juice at Red Cross blood drives.  She was one of the board members and a founding member of Arnold Angels.  When she moved to Yreka, Marilyn worked at Jim’s Jewelry and the City of Yreka.  After her children were grown up, she worked for Intere (Concord) and Blue Lake Springs Home Owners Association (Arnold).  
   In their retirement years, Marilyn and her husband, Larry, enjoyed traveling the world on different cruise ships.  Every day of the week Marilyn walked two miles on the trails around her housing development in Manteca.  She enjoyed playing bridge and golf.  Marilyn was devoted to her family.  She loved them all and especially spending time camping, boating, vacations, sports games, cheer competitions, and just spending time with everyone.  
   Marilyn is survived by her daughters, Zoe Ann (David) Liggett and Pauline (George) Eiras, son-in-law Lou Mack, grandchildren, Brandon (Shelly) Liggett, Joshua (Tabitha) Liggett, Michael (Stephanie) Eiras, Bryan Mack, Amanda Eiras Winter, William (Jessi) Mack, Joseph (Aubry) Eiras.  Also, eleven great-grand children,  Julie (20), Megan (18), Easton (8), Kameron (5), Adalyn (5), Lucas (4), Rachel (3), Kaden (2), Lucie (2), Isabella (2),  and Amelia (1).
   She was preceded in death by her husband Larry Larson, son Eric Larson, daughter Brenda Mack, granddaughter Jessica Eiras, and brother Myron Madeiros.
   In remembrance of Marilyn, please consider donating to the Oakland Zoo (
oakland-zoo), where she went on dates with her husband and visited with her children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren.
   We will deeply miss Marilyn and, will hold her memory close to our hearts.  We love you.

Manteca (Calif.) Bulletin

Saturday, September 26, 2020