Marguerite Olivia (Goodwill) Dalrymple

Born: Tue., May 6, 1952
Died: Sat., Jan. 9, 2021


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Marguerite Olivia Dalrymple, 68, of Warren, Pa., died Saturday, January 9, 2021, at the Corry Manor. Marguerite was born in Warren, on May 6, 1952, to the late Paul Robert and Georgia Utley Goodwill. She was a 1970 graduate of Warren Area High School. Marguerite worked as an LPN at the Rouse Warren County Home for 23 years, and The Warren Manor from which she retired after 13 years. Marguerite was a member of the North Warren Presbyterian Church, where she was a former Deacon and enjoyed the Ladies Bible Study. She enjoyed her many vacations at Anna Marie Island and other destinations in Florida, and the Outer Banks, with her very close friends. She spent many Friday nights at the Cornerstone with a good group of girls. Marguerite was a strong family person. She loved her family, friends, and the beach. Marguerite is survived by her daughter; Mynda Rossman and her companion Aaron, of Warren. Two brothers; Robert (Sandra) Goodwill, and Paul (Lynne) Goodwill of North Warren, Pa., and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gary Dalrymple in 2000, and an infant sister. Services will be held privately and at the convenience of the family. Burial will be at Oakland Cemetery. The family suggest memorial donations be made to the North Warren Presbyterian Church, 200 South State St, North Warren, Pa 16365, or a charity of choice. Those wishing to make online condolences may do so by visiting www.petersonblickfuneralhome.com.

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Candie Winkels
   Posted Mon January 11, 2021
She was a wonderful LPN to work with. I sure won't forget you and the times we had on "C" together. Going to miss you.

Mark and Lynn Wilson
   Posted Tue January 12, 2021
We are so sorry for your loss. Marguerite was an inspiration at the Y. She was always smiling and willing to chat. She will be missed. Our thoughts are with you all.

Sonia Probst
   Posted Tue January 12, 2021
I will always remember Marquerite's warm smile and her kindness to the residents and families at the Rouse Home. She was among the very best nurses I had the privilege of working with. I'm sorry to hear of her passing.

Cindy Newton Stravato
   Posted Tue January 12, 2021
To Marguerite's Family:
I knew Marguerite in Jr. and Sr. High as one of the warmest and kindest people. She was a blessing to all who knew her. May many happy memories live on.
God Bless.
Cindy

John Belleau
   Posted Tue January 12, 2021
She was a wonderful person. It was always a pleasure to chat and laugh with her. She will be missed. Rest in peace.

Sandy Kotzbauer Bancroft
   Posted Tue January 12, 2021
So very sad to see this in the paper. Marguerite and I were close friends many years ago, but didn’t see each other much lately. However, when we ran into each other somewhere we would talk and laugh and it always seemed like we were still very close. I will miss that. Sympathy to the whole family.

Linda Ditka
   Posted Tue January 12, 2021
I was sorry to hear of Marguerite’s passing. She was my mother’s nurse at the Warren Manor and we couldn’t have ordered a more caring individual if we tried. She will be missed. Wonderful person.

Linda Ditka

Mary Yarzabek Sowa
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
My Sincere Sympathy to Marguerite’s family. She was a Lovely individual, who had a Huge ♥️. I graduated with her from High School,
but lost touch. I would see her at the Cornerstone. But mostly at Warren Manor , where she worked as an LPN. I saw all the Love and Respect she showered to her patients. She always took her time to listen to them and solve any issues they had. She will be missed by many who we’re lucky to call her Their Friend. ♥️🙏🏻

Mary Yarzabek Sowa
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
My Sincere Sympathy to Marguerite’s family. She was a Lovely individual, who had a Huge ♥️. I graduated with her from High School,
but lost touch. I would see her at the Cornerstone. But mostly at Warren Manor , where she worked as an LPN. I saw all the Love and Respect she showered to her patients. She always took her time to listen to them and solve any issues they had. She will be missed by many who we’re lucky to call her Their Friend. ♥️🙏🏻

Cathy stuart
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
I will always remember our car rides to wwork, the talks we had. Your stories of aruba, i will miss your carefree spirit and your beautiful smile.

Suzanne Haupin
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
I babysat Marguerite when she was beautiful little girl and a gentle soul even back then. I worked with Marguerite as adult she was a amazing leader and a true advocate for her residents.she was always special and will be missed by many. Sympathy to her family

Peggy Bullock
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
Goodwill Families,
So very sorry to learn of Marguerite's passing. She was always so fun loving and friendly. Please accept our sincere sympathy. We hold you in God's loving arms during these difficult days and weeks and may you find peace and comfort.
Love, Peggy & Bill

Crystal Curtis
   Posted Thu January 14, 2021
I want to express my deepest sympathies to the family. I worked with Marguerite for many years at the Warren Manor. She was one of the best nurses that they had and I enjoyed working with her almost everyday. I will never forget the fun times that we had. She will be deeply missed!

Mark Dahler
   Posted Fri January 15, 2021
Dear Goodwill family,
My condolences to you all, so sorry to hear of Marguerite’s passing. She was a wonderful person, who will be missed. I have great memories growing up across the street from your family on Conewanago Ave.
Sincerely,
Mark Dahler

Susan Stout
   Posted Tue January 19, 2021
Dear friends - my condolences are with you all. Like others who have written here, I was moved by Marguerite’s warmth and commitment at the Y and at North Warren Church. You must have many warm memories and I hope they comfort you at this sad time.

Carol Ostergard
   Posted Tue January 19, 2021
To Marguerite's family,
I don't get the paper anymore and just learned of Marguerite's passing. I so enjoyed working with her at Warren Manor,and like so many others,appreciated her personal care for the residents and their families. She was such a great caregiver and friend,and she was always willing to pitch in and help anybody. More recently,I enjoyed gathering with her and fellow workers from the Manor at Bob Evans for brunches.It was especially nice when Mynda would join us.You were so sweet ,Mynda,and I know you have many happy memories.What a blessing to have a Mom like that. I will miss her. God Bless your family,Carol

Cheryl Clark
   Posted Sat January 23, 2021
Mynda...I feel so very bad about the loss of your momma...she was such a sweet dear lady..always smiling and full of life. If you need anything...please know you can call anytime sweetie!! Love you!!!💟

Tim Utley
   Posted Mon February 08, 2021
My condolences at the passing of cousin Marguerite!! It had been way too many years since I’ve seen you and Paul and Bob. I have great memories of family holidays and miss those times. Heaven definitely has another Angel. My sympathy to the family.

Tim, Sue and Donnie Utley

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