3/15/2015 – Marlyne F. Radley, Chaumont

The funeral for Mrs. Marlyne F. Radley, age 71, will be at 11am on Wednesday, March 18, at the All Saints Catholic Church in Chaumont, with Pierre Aubin Pastor officiating. A spring burial will be in New Cedar Grove Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. Mrs. Radley died Saturday in Ogdensburg.Marlyne was born, October 26, 1943, in Watertown, the daughter or Richard and Florence White Planty Sr. She attended Watertown Schools and was a graduate of Lyme Central School.

She married Harold Radley on June 26, 1963, at All Saints Church with Ft. Gerald Sharland officiating.

Marlyne worked for 5 years at Mercy Hospital in Watertown, and retired in 2003, after 35 years at the former House of the Good Samaritan, where she worked various jobs, and for her last 19 years she was a pharmacy technician.

She was a member of the Chaumont Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary for years.

Marlyne enjoyed swimming, playing cards, traveling and especially spending time with her grandchildren.

Surviving besides her husband is one son, Scott (Kara) Radley of Chaumont; two daughters, Lynda (Fred) Jackson Jr. and Cyndy (Paris) Campbell, all of Chaumont; five grandchildren, Heather, Kaylya, Gareth, Derek, and Alex; one great grandson, Noah; one brother, Richard Jr. (Dawn) of Arizona; two sisters, Rebecca (Tom) Talbot of Chaumont, and Debra Planty and her companion Michelle Mickels of Schenectady; nieces and nephews.

One grand daughter, Amber Jackson, died in infancy.

Donations can be made in her name to All Saints Catholic Church in Chaumont.

Condolences

  1. Celia Huber Posted

    Ed and family, I was so shocked to read about Marlyne’s passing. I am so sorry for your loss. When she left the hospital I didnt keep up with her as I should have but I did see her the last time she was in as a patient and still considered her a good friend. May God give you the strength to get through this very rough time. Tell stories about her many quirks, celebrate her life and laugh between the tears, she would want that.

  2. Yvonne & Henry Tarwater Posted

    Our prayers go out to the Radley family

  3. Yvonne & Henry Tarwater Posted

    Our thoughts and prayers to the Radley family

  4. Bill and Alicia Bell Posted

    Dear Eddie and Family,
    Our hearts are sharing in your sorrow. We are asking God to give you strength and peace at this time. God has filled your heart with many wonderful memories. These memories will help you find peace in your heart. We are so sorry. We are near by when you need a friend. Love to all.

  5. Sue Mehaffy Posted

    Marlyne rest in peace my friend….

  6. Les & Diane Comins Posted

    We are so sorry and prayers are with you.Will miss her beautiful smile

  7. Les & Diane Comins Posted

    We are so sorry and will miss that beautiful smile.Our prayers are with all of you.

  8. Joyce Gould Posted

    Ed and Family: Marlyne will be sadly missed by a lot of people in the area, she was a wonderful lady. I will miss our visits and many talks. God Bless you all and may be give you peace.

  9. Dianne Rotella Posted

    Ed, Scott, Linda, Cyndy and families – my deepest sympathies on the passing of Marlyne. She was like a second mother to me all those years we worked together and treated me as such. I have so many memories of her. Every year, faithfully, since I left the pharmacy, I received a birthday and Christmas card. I feel bad that I didn’t see her this past summer while I was at the cottage. She will certainly be missed. May your wonderful memories of her help bring you some peace during this difficult time.

  10. Larry & Kathleen (Heasley) Woodruff Posted

    Our family ties run 50 years or more from my childhood to the present. I have many fond memories of both you and Mrs. Radley and of the girls on the nights when the card games would run late and they would sleep in my bed. I wish God’s peace and healing touch upon your hearts and minds as you all recover from this tremendous loss. I will always remember her laugh.

  11. Eunie & Bob Mott Posted

    Marlyne was a wonderful lady and friend when I was in Tupperware. We shared many great times together. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. May God Bless You. She will be missed by many. I will always remember her fondly.

  12. Brenda Chavoustie Monaco Posted

    Ed, Lynda, Cyndy & Scott – I was stunned to read of Marlyne’s passing. It is a huge loss for your family that will never be replaced. My sympathies and prayers are with all of you.

  13. Steve Haas Posted

    Ed, I send you and your family my most heartfelt sympathy.

  14. Gloria J Radley Comins Posted

    Eddie and Family I was dumb founded to hear that Marlyne had passed away. Sorry I missed the funeral . My your family is in my prayers,as I know, the sorrow of losing a loved one ,close to are hearts. I will always remember her,as a loving and giving person.Eddie,our sympathies and prayers are with you and family.

  15. Kerry Price Posted

    Ed and family,
    So sorry to hear of Marlyne’s passing. She was a wonderful coworker and friend. Many fond memories. Prayers sent to you.

  16. Cyndi Maitlad Posted

    So sad to hear of Marlyne’s passing. I always enjoyed her soft, gentle personality that I witnessed as an employee @ SMC. She was a great lady.

  17. Janis (Dunn) Alberry Posted

    When I think of my mom, Lee Bell, I think of Marlyne. She was a great friend to our mom & I remember how nice she was when we would visit her & Eddie. So sad to learn of her passing. Our thoughts are with The Radley family.

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