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Marilyn L. (Yost) (Cranmer) Lenig

1941 - 2020

Marilyn L. (Yost) (Cranmer) Lenig 79 of Milton and formerly of McEwensville and Shamokin, passed away April 24, 2020 at Evangelical Community Hospital in Lewisburg.  Born in Muncy of January 10, 1941 she was the daughter of the late Warren L. and Sara L. (Kitchen) Yost.  She was married to the late James W. Cranmer and the late Earl D. Lenig.


Marilyn was a 1959 graduate of Warrior Run High School and she was a member of St. John’s United Methodist Church in Coal. Twp.


She is survived by two sons, Dale A. Cranmer of Lansdowne, and Robert C. Cranmer of Coal Twp.; a grandson, Curtis J. Cranmer of Elysburg; and a brother, Dio M. Yost of Conneaut Lake and a niece and caregiver Amy (Yost) Pauling of Milton.



Marilyn was preceded in death by five brothers, Jack R. Yost, Bernard D. Yost, Paul I. Yost, Max L. Yost, and Fred L. Yost.


Services will be announced at a later date.


Dale, thinking of you at this sad time.
With love and prayers
Susan and Richard

So sorry for your loss. My dad ( Hilda Kitchen Gehrer ) & Marilyn were cousins, but I did not know that she was in Milton. I would have loved to visit with her & talk about the McEwensville days.
Butch Gehrer

I first met Marilyn when I began serving St. John’s UMC in 2011. She was a cheerful and vibrant soul and we enjoyed sharing time together and celebrate by being ‘redheads’. My prayers for comfort and peace are with her family.

Amy, I can't begin to tell you how sad it was to read about Marilyn's passing in the paper, and to know you and she won't be there the next time we visit with Mom at Milton Nursing. You and Marilyn always looked out for Mom, and we will be forever thankful and grateful to both of you for that. She was a fine lady, and she will be missed.

Deepest condolences to Marilyn’s family members for their loss.
I will really miss chatting with Marilyn during lunch time visits with my Mother. We really appreciate what a wonderful roommate & friend Marilyn was for Mom. Marilyn loved sharing things with others. I cannot think of a time when she was not offering me some candy or snack she had in her collection. Thanks Marilyn for watching out for Mom when we couldn’t be there!


So sorry for your loss.

Karen Sieklicki

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