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Marian Martinson

Marian Martinson

August 21, 1926 April 5, 2020

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Obituary for Marian Margaret Martinson

Marian Margaret Martinson, 93, of Fontana, California passed away on April 5, 2020 with her family by her side. She and her beloved twin sister Mildred were born on August 21,1926 to Frank and Clara Benesch in Faribault, Minnesota. Marian and her twin had an unbreakable bond that would see them through their mother’s untimely death when they were just 12 years old. At 17 years old, after graduating from Faribault High School, WWII found Marian and Mildred in Washington DC using their typing skills for the US Department of the Navy.

Marian met the love of her life Donald Martinson who was also born and raised in Minnesota, Donald passed away after 44 years of marriage. Together they had three loving daughters. Marian contracted polio in 1949; however, she was a true survivor emerging stronger and inspiring all who knew her, She was a homemaker for 13 years before she became employed by the Hennipen County Juvenile Center. Marian and family relocated to Fontana, California in 1970, where she worked for the Countyof San Bernardino as a medical transcriber for 20 years.

Marian was interested in her heritage and became a member with her eldest daughter of the Colonial Dames (Roger Williams 17th Chapter) for 20 years. She was proud of her ancestors that came to North America on the Mayflower. Marian was also a parishioner of St. John XXIII.

Marian is survived by her three daughters: Judy (Gary) Rollings, Nancy (Glenn) Schoen and Jane (Allan) Kirst. She is also survived by her five grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Marian is preceded in death by her husband Donald, twin sister Mildred Weinand, and brother Gordon Benesch.

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    Riverside National Cemetery
    22495 Van Buren Blvd
    RIVERSIDE, CA
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Donna Burton

Judy, I always admired the way that you & your family cared for your mom. Obviously she raised you with much love. May you now feel peace and be soothed with the happy memories you made with each other. Donna Burton
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Christine J. Rollings

Thank you Donna for your heartfelt condolences. We thank you for your kind words.
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Christine

My love and deepest sympathy to you all. Your mother was an amazing woman.
Christine (Hurt) Tierney
Comment | Posted at 08:17pm via Condolence
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Christine J. Rollings

Thank you Christine I am touched that you remember her with such admiration.
Posted at 09:17pm

Beverly Asleson

My condolences of the passing of your mother. Beverly Asleson
Comment | Posted at 07:03pm via Condolence

Connie Young

She was a wonderful lady that will be missed by her Colonial Dames XVII C members. She was an inspiration to us all.
Comment | Posted at 03:32pm via Condolence
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Christine J. Rollings

Thank you Connie, She definitely was an inspiration. She amazed us too with her tenacity and compassion.
Posted at 09:19pm
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