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Marilyn Krogman

Marilyn Helen Krogman

Thursday, October 19th, 1944 - Monday, September 23rd, 2019
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  • Visitation

    Friday, September 27th, 2019 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    When
    Friday, September 27th, 2019 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Location
    Serenity Funeral Home & Cremation
    Address
    1450 S State Road 7
    North Lauderdale, FL 33068
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  • Service

    Saturday, September 28th, 2019 | 11:00am
    When
    Saturday, September 28th, 2019 11:00am
    Location
    St Lucy Catholic Church
    Address
    3510 S Ocean Blvd
    HIghland Beach, FL 33487
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Stephen Krogman

Posted at 12:30am
It’s hard to say goodbye. I wish that so much of my mom's life had not been lost to her illness, that things could have been different for her, and for us. While I know that she is at peace and that her struggles are at an end, there is pain and sadness.

As she transitioned out of this world and into the next, she has left the legacy of her love and perseverance. The ways she touched our lives will remain, and I ask you to keep those memories alive by sharing them with me and with one another.

This family, and her role as mother and grandmother, was the most important thing to Mom. This is where she drew her strength and left her legacy. Being with her family was what my mom enjoyed most of all.

Her life had many obstacles, and she struggled for more than 9 years with a devastating illness. Yet through it all, her love and caring for her family remained her focus, and in so many, many ways, she was able to show that love to us.

This perseverance through adversity is a powerful lesson for us, and I believe it is her legacy. What a wonderful lesson she gave us. Keep your priorities straight. Keep that which is most important in focus. Love and care for your family. Let them know in all the ways you can show them that you love them. Don’t let adversities or setbacks or any of the distractions of the world keep you from this most important aspect of life.

How many people in this world have it so much easier than my mom did. How many never had to face half the trouble she faced, and yet lose sight so easily of what is truly important. Many of us get distracted by insignificant things in life, many of us brood and focus on our little problems, and forget that which is most important.

My mother’s core motivating force was- LOVE and it was her love that has had a profound impact on the essence of who I am. My mother lives on in my heart.

She gave me the foundation on which my whole life is built. This is the greatest lesson my mother taught me; how to be caring, affectionate, forgiving, and empathetic towards others, especially those in need.

“It broke my heart to lose you,
but you didn’t go alone.
As part of me went with you,
the day God took you home.”

Mamma, God broke my heart to prove to me he only takes the best.

I love you Hun and will miss you dearly.



Your ever loving Son, Stephen
XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO
NK

Nina Kistner

Posted at 06:40pm
Circumstances prevented us from being together but know I always thought of you and our wonderful times we shared. Your laughter, sense of humor, thoughtfulness and caring will always remain with me. You’re at peace now and may God welcome you with open arms. You will be missed. Love, Nina
 
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Stephen Krogman Posted at 12:38am

Thank you Aunt Nina for those beautiful words. My family and I will miss our beloved mother, wife and grandmother dearly. She was such a special woman who would light up every room she entered.
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Donna Krogman

Posted at 06:13pm
The thought of my Aunt bring wonderful memories. Her smile was the brightest and her laughter unique. Aunt Marilyn brought joy to all everyone who knew her. She would light up the room with her smile, and illuminate the world with her heart. I love you Aunt Marilyn. You'll forever be in our hearts and we will miss you deeply. Please give my Dad and big hug and kiss for me. Love, Donna
 
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Stephen Krogman Posted at 12:40am

Cousin Donna, those were such beautiful words you used to describe our beloved mother. She was my rock and best friend. The most loving, caring and considerate women I've ever known. She's with her loved ones in Heaven and free of pain. She'll be missed by many.
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Posted at 05:11pm
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Annie

Posted at 03:57pm
Please accept my sincerest condolences on the loss of your loved one, he will be missed by family and friends. Losing a loved one is never easy. May you find comfort in knowing that Jehovah God will soon take away all the sorrow and pain and promises a better future where we can see our loved ones again. (Revelation 21:4; Psalms 37:29, Acts 24:15).
 
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Stephen Krogman Posted at 12:44am

Thank you Annie for your sincerest condolences. She was a special woman and loved by many. Free of pain and in a much better place now.
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