Margaret Scott Mariner
November 15, 1951 - October 9, 2009
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Virginia Beach – Margaret Scott “Muff” Mariner Margaret Scott Mariner, 57, known to most as Muff, a childhood nickname that stayed with her throughout her life, died peacefully on October 9, 2009 from cancer. She leaves behind a daughter Mara Ellen Lee, 27, a son Donald William “Billy” Lamb, 21, younger brother Roger Mariner, twin…

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Rita Marlier left a message on October 18, 2009:
Muff was very special. She care for all around her in her own quiet way.
Karen Sutton left a message on October 18, 2009:
I met Muff in 2007 at an outdoor painting class we both had signed up for, and she must have sensed that I was shy, because she extended her generosity of friendship immediately and I gravitated to her for the entirety of the classes. The two of us painted together outside of class and she showed me the beautiful meditation garden at Edgar Cayce Foundation. I cherish that day. I had no idea she was ill, and am shocked and greatly saddened that I have lost the chance to tell her how much her kind friendship meant to me. She was a beautiful spirit.
The Joseph Family left a message on October 26, 2009:
Our family extends its sympathy to yours for your loss. While we did not know Muff, we have grown to know Mark through his marriage to Paul's cousin, Marcia. Based on this beautiful obituary and assuming Mark's kindness and genuine warmth are an equal reflection of his twin sister's spirit, we are saddened to hear that such a creative, warm, and loving spirit has left your family far too soon. We hope you continue to find comfort in the memories and prayers shared by many.
Joyce Cole left a message on December 14, 2009:
I just heard today the very sad news that Muff has passed away. I met her in Rochester, NY where we were both intimately involved in the deaf community. Muff's energy was beautiful, as was her smile, and her 'full of life' spirit was contagious. We stayed in touch for quite a few years and kept each other informed of life's changes. I last saw her at her house in Va Beach many years ago, where i remember us sitting on the beach, catching up. Thank you for the beautiful memorial written about Muff. I send my love and condolences to Roger, Mark, Bill, and to her children Mara & Donald and partner Bob.
janis cole left a message on December 15, 2009:
Last night, I learned the very heartbreaking news about Muff through my twin sister, Joyce. Back in 1973 in Rochester at NTID is where I first met Muff. We became fast friends as dorm advisors and roommates. It was an enduring devoted loving friendship. Muff shared her beautiful soul, wisdom and the meaning of life that I wholeheartedly cherished. What was written about her was perfect. She was one of a kind. My last visit was in Va. Beach and we walked on the beach and had heart-to-heart talks and laughters. Ive always admired her family and I can see why Muff was the way she was. What was written about her said it all. I send my love and condolences to her children Mara and Donald, Roger, Mark, Bill and partner Bob. Love, Janis
Cremation Society of Virginia left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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