Cromwell, Marion


Born March 28, 1929 in Scotland, Marion Gray (Robinson) Cromwell passed on October 6th, 2022 in her
93rd year.
Beloved mother of Catherine Cromwell (Rick Franz) and Barbara Cromwell (Peter Tym); loving
grandmother of Max, Diana and Thomas Franz; Olivia Cromwell-Tym (Stefan Mijovic), David Tym (Tanya
Parr); and adoring great grandmother to Alison Cromwell-Tym Mijovic.
Predeceased by her husband Alan Cromwell; parents Thomas and Catherine Robinson; and sister
Barbara (Robinson) Royce.
Marion will be fondly remembered as a beautiful piano player. Her love of music touched us all. She will
be greatly missed.
The family offers special thanks to Dr. Hanley and the staff at Park Lane Terrace, who cared for Marion
with great compassion during her final months.
Cremation has taken place at Tranquility Cremation and a family celebration of life will take place at a later date.

7 replies
  1. Lorraine Hurley
    Lorraine Hurley says:

    Dear Cathy & Family, I know how much you and the family endured to make your mother’s life as best as it could be, especially towards her final time on earth. Marion has found eternal peace, and may you now find peace and comfort in happier memories.

  2. Heather Stonehouse & family
    Heather Stonehouse & family says:

    Our sincere sympathy to you and your whole family, Barb. I remember well how much your mom enjoyed Liv’s piano recitals! May such memories be a comfort to you at this sad time.

  3. Marion Audy
    Marion Audy says:

    Marion was fun and easy to talk to. She always reminded me of what a nice name “Marion” is and I couldn’t agree more!
    I will miss her smile and her easy going conversations.

  4. Cheryl burman
    Cheryl burman says:

    This picture is indicative of how well turned out Marion was for every occasion. She always made an effort to put her best foot forward. I have fond memories of her “tinkling the ivories” at the Cromwell home belting out the Scottish tunes. This is the image I will carry with me. Scotland has lost a great lady.


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