3 thoughts on “HARRISON Marilyn Ann

  1. I was saddened to hear about Marilyn’s passing. I have so many fond memories of time spent with her here in Saskatoon and during our one visit to Cape Breton Island. She was such a force of positive energy. I remember opening the door one day in the ’80s when I was a harried working mother with two children and a husband who was constantly in demand at the theatre and other community ventures to find Marilyn with a big basket of freshly picked strawberries. It was so generous and so welcomed. When Tibor and I first moved to Saskatoon, she was one of the people who went out of her way to make us feel welcomed and a part of this community. And it wasn’t long before she and Tibor were working together on an opera.

    I can only imagine the loss you must be feeling now, when someone as vibrant as Marilyn moves on from this life.

    My condolences.
    Rosalie Woloski

  2. To the family of Marilyn Harrison: Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your mother. I was one of her many piano students and I will forever cherish her interest and passion. She was a kind and loving friend and I feel fortunate to have met her and learn under her tutelage. My thoughts and prayers are with you, especially Amanda, Rachel and Christopher whom I had the pleasure to meet. Julie Larade

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