Marilyn T. (Bracy) Maciel
1953 ∼ 2019
Lynn Ellis Brooks-Hunt of Bangor,Maine wrote:
I will always remember Marilyn‘s beautiful smile and positive attitude! She was so much fun to be around and despite fighting her illness, she always had a funny joke and smart remark to share. Her visit to Sarasota this winter allowed us to be together and share some great memories. She will be missed. My sympathy and love to you all. May she Rest In Peace. Sincerely, Lynn Brooks Hunt
Jo Ann Murphy of Tilburg, Ma wrote:
Neal, I'm so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you.
Paulette Silva-Souza of W. Yarmouth MA wrote:
Heartfelt condolences Neal and to all the family. RIP Paulette Silva-Souza
Michael Marshall of sanford me 04073 wrote:
I just learned the passing of Marilyn. Thoughts and prayers to Neal and Curtis. Lung Cancer is a terrible disease. It took my wife Nancy in 2017
Ernest and Cindy daRosa Barrett of 98 Lake St, Vineyard Haven, MA 02568 wrote:
Neal, Curtis and all of Marilyn's family and friends our deepest sympathy. We will always remember her as a wonderful and friendly lady and she will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love - Ernie and Cindy Barrett
Jim Tzitzon wrote:
Neil, Sorry to hear this news.
Sara Alwardt of WT, Mass wrote:
Your smile was infectious, your laugh, always inspired the same, your kindness I’ll always remember and your love will live on in us all... Thank you for being in my life
Sara Alwardt of WT, Ma wrote:
Neal- Huge hugs to both you &Curtis;- You’re in my heart & my prayers...
Barbara and Bob DeRoche of Holden, Me wrote:
Cathy and Family, I am sorry to hear of Marilyn passing. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all.
Melanie daRosa of Oak Bluffs wrote:
So sorry for your lose.
Donald Welty of Lake Suzy, Fl. wrote:
Neal, So sorry to hear about your loss. Our condolences to the whole family.
Jean Cavanagh of Kingston, Mass wrote:
Growing up together in Brewer Maine and out at the lake were special memories for not only myself but our entire family. We shared a friendship throughout the years with our cousins and even to the end Marilyn made that one last trip to Sarasota and called me to let me know I’d better be there! She will be missed for her infectious smile and laugh and her will to continue her dreams right up to now! She is now reunited with her loved ones and I am certain she shook things up too! Miss you Love cousin Jeannie
Joel Weintraub of West Tisbury MA wrote:
Joel always had truly wonderful conversations with Marilyn when she worked at West Tisbury School .Elaine and Joel send their deepest condolences to Neil and Curtis.We both have great fondness for you family. Elaine Weintraub. Joel Weintraub.
Tena Davies of Edgartown wrote:
Neal and family, Marilyn was such a. Cheerful friendly person. May God comfort you with your memories of her. Thoughts and prayers
Gloria Sincock of Newport Maine wrote:
We met Marilyn at Lily Bay State Park two summers ago. We were camp hosts together,she was warm, friendly and full of life, it was instant friendship. She will be greatly remembered.