Home: Salt Lake City, Utah
Death Date: August 4, 2017
Birthdate: September 16, 1959
Place Of Birth: Wilkes - Barre, Pennsylvania
Service Information: Sunday, August 13, 2017 3:00 PM
Service Location: Starks Funeral Parlor
God bless Marianne with His grace and peace, His mercy and light. She trusted His saving love.
May you find that same love still holding you: God's grace in your broken heart during your private times, and that grace pouring from the arms and hearts of us your friends when we hold you, even in thought. In my every prayer, Norm
Words cannot describe the absolute joy that Marianne brought to our lives. We are forever grateful for the powers that brought you both to Utah and into our family! We have so many wonderful memories of times together that we will hold near and dear to our hearts. We send our love and hugs to you and your family during this time of sorrow. I also know that she would tell us to get over it and live life to the fullest. We will be toasting her with a lovely glass of Italian wine tonight!
Warmly, Jen and Tim
Tim and Jen Soran
You are in my thoughts and prayers. Marianne spread joy wherever she went to whomever she encountered. I will cherish the Friday Night Lights games that we shared at Judge.
You have our deepest sympathy. 'Receive in tranquility and peace, O Lord, the souls of your servants who have departed this present life to come to you. Grant them rest and place them in the habitations of light, the abodes of blessed spirits. Give them the life that will not age, good things that will not pass away, delights that have no end, through Jesus Christ our Lord.' Amen.
Kathy F. and Mike K.
Salt Lake City, UT
The memories of Marianne will always bring me joy: remembering our years together as counselors and staff at camp. Remembering the many days we laughed so hard we cried. Remembering deep secrets shared over a beer and a pizza. Remembering when we couldn't wait for camp to start again so we could spend the summer together.
Marianne will always mean love in my memories.
Rick, my condolences to you and the family. You were a strong pillar for Mare to lean against. Thank you for that support.
Prayers and love to you. Bless.
Friends, friends, friends we will always be...
I'm sorry to hear of the passing of Marianne but I am grateful that she is no longer suffering with this awful disease.
The thought of Marianne will always make me smile as I think of her always smiling and laughing.
I learned many lessons from Marianne during our years at camp but the most important were how to have a great work ethic and how to be a great friend.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and the entire Koskolitz family.
Rick, what a beautiful life you and Marianne shared together. What an absolute joy to devote your life to such an absolutely free and unbridled spirit.
With so much gratitude for such zealous participation in Michael's annual Scholarship. You both remain in our thoughts and prayers always. With much love from our family to yours.
George Starks Family
I loved this beautiful, sweet soul. We always called one another "sister" and in our hearts it was so. I ached for more days and years with her, but last Friday night it was time for her to slip the surly bonds of earth as she was called home by her Lord and Savior. We simply never have enough time with those we love, but I thank G*d for the time we had and am so very grateful she is out of pain and at peace. I will hold you in my heart until we meet again, my sweet, sweet sister. XO
I had the privilege to know this wonderful woman and to be able to see her off and on for the past 6 months. She is the kindest and sweetest person that ever walked the halls of Judge Memorial and probably even this world in general. You will surely be missed by every single person who was lucky enough to get to know you, but we all know you're in a better place and watching over us all. Rest In Peace. Love you forever!
You challenged me to think deeply and write often. Amidst a student body of stellar athletes, you championed for those of us who loved the arts. Your office was a a safe haven for good chats and the occasional hug when adolescence felt particularly difficult.
Your mentorship will always be with me. Thanks a million. Rest easy.
Salt Lake City,