Marilee J. Young

February 20, 1934 - January 10, 2022

Marilee J. Young, age 87, died at Medical City Dallas Texas on January 10, 2022.

Born on February 20,1934 in Fort Wayne Indiana, Marilee was a daughter of the late Elmer and Edna Grace Hardisty. Marilee attended grade school at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Waynedale, Indiana and graduated from Elmhurst High School in 1952. Marilee was a longtime employee at General Electric in Fort Wayne until her retirement in 1989.

Marilee lived in Fort Wayne Indiana for 85 years and relocated in November of 2019 to be near her son, Randall Young in Carrollton Texas.

Survivors include Randall Young, son, and his wife Lillian Young of Carrollton Texas, Alexandra Arnold, granddaughter, and her husband Chad Arnold of Farmers Branch Texas; Cameron Arnold, great grandson, Christian Arnold, Great Grandson, Amelia Arnold, Great Granddaughter; James Hardisty, brother, and his wife Patricia Hardisty of Estero Florida. Marilee was preceded in death by brothers William and Ronald Hardisty and sisters Lou Ann Engelman and Jean Bojrab.

A celebration of life will be held in Fort Wayne Indiana at a later date during the summer.

3 replies on “Marilee J. Young”

Rebecca Engelman says:

💕She was very loved by many!
So thankful for all she did for me…and my boys. We needed each other, for sure.
Her new job as the Engelman Guardian Angel will keep her busy!!!!😬

Julie Rupnow says:

She was a wonderful Aunt, family historian, and matriarch. She will be missed by so many but she will always live on in our memories and heart. Rest in Peace Aunt Marilee.

Julie Rupnow says:

She was a wonderful and loving AUNT. The matriarch and historian of our family. She will be truly missed. Memories of her will be live on in our hearts. Rest in Peace Aunt Marilee. You were so loved.

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