Order Flowers now for guaranteed delivery before Marion's visitation.
Marion I. Livingston
Funeral services for Marion Isobel Livingston, age 91, will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2021, at the LaRue & Pitcher Funeral Home at 1 p.m with The Rev. Garrett Mann officiating. Visitation will be held from 11 a.m. until the time of the service. Burial will follow in Pine Hill Cemetery. Marion went to meet her Lord on November 17, 2021. She had been a resident at United Helpers, Canton since December 2019.
Marion Isobel Livingston was born on November 3,1930, in Prescott to Jean and Frank Henry. Growing up, she worked in her grandmother's restaurant in Prescott and enjoyed the many trips they took together. She attended Prescott Public High School and graduated from Ogdensburg Business School in 1948. Upon graduation, she worked for McCadam Cheese company in Ogdensburg, taking the ferry to work. Marion worked as a secretary and a product representative until her marriage in October 1953.
Marion married Leonard Ray Livingston on October 17, 1953, in Prescott at the United Church of Canada. They made their home on Leonard's farm on the Love Joy Road in Ogdensburg for 10 years. A fire forced them to relocate to Lisbon in October 1963 where they continued to farm until they retired. During their marriage, they had 6 children, were active in 4-H, and attended Lisbon Wesleyan Church then Morley Wesleyan Church. Marion moved to Centennial Towers in Ogdensburg in November 2006. While there, she was active in Ogdensburg Seniors, Red Hat Society, and Renal Ladies Support Group. Marion also volunteered at the United Helpers Nursing Home, Ogdensburg, where she enjoyed engaging residents in conversation and activities. In December 2019, she moved to the United Helpers Assisted Living Facility in Canton. Marion is a member of the Lisbon Reformed Presbyterian Church. Marion enjoyed traveling with her husband and visiting her adult children. Marion always put family first. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother & great grandmother who will be dearly missed. Marion regularly sent cards out to friends and relatives for birthdays, anniversaries, condolences and to cheer up a friend. We fondly nicknamed her the Card Queen.
Marion is survived by her children: Ruth and Alan Laughman, Canton, NY; Norma and Bill Amthor, Gulfport, FL; Jay and Janet Livingston, Lisbon, NY; Nancy and Jim Kamperman, Endwell, NY; Elaine and Stewart Sanderson, Lisbon, NY; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister, Dorothy Wiitala, Black Diamond, Washington.
She was predeceased by her husband Leonard, November 16, 2002, and son Alan, March 10, 2011.
The family respectfully requests that all visitors please wear a mask and follow all COVID-19 procedures. For the protection of the immunocompromised members of the family, the family also requests that unvaccinated individuals kindly leave a condolence or remembrance on the LaRue & Pitcher Funeral Home website in lieu of attending. Online condolences may be made at www.LaRuePitcher.com.
Donations in Marion’s memory may be made to the Canton Rescue Squad, 77 Riverside Drive, Canton, NY 13617 or to the Lisbon Reformed Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 88 Lisbon, NY 13658.
To the family of Marion Livingston, I would like to extend my condolences to you. She was a great friend to my parents, Alice and Buddy Wright. My best memory of her was her friendly smile and positive outlook on life. Please accept my sympathy at this time of great loss.
Linda Wright Krol
Linda Krol Nov 26 2021 10:44 PM
To the Livingstons and Hendershot families. Marion and Leonard were great Fays customers how I enjoyed her smile. She was such a caring women. I enjoyed her coming into the store. May God bless you all during this time.
Thomas Saxby Nov 23 2021 3:32 PM
To all of Marion's family - our hearts go out to you during this difficult time. Your mom always had a smile and a good word when we would meet up at church functions and I would come away with a smile as well. It's hard to lose a mom, no matter your age or theirs. I rejoice for Marion but hold you all close in my heart as you go on without her earthly presence. The good news is that we can join her in Heaven someday and for that we can be truly thankful.
Joe and Kim Trivilino Nov 22 2021 9:04 AM
Dear Livingston Family, our hearts goes out to you at this time. May you find comfort in all of your wonderful memories and peace in knowing she is in the arms of the Lord. Our deepest sympathy, Linda Wood and Family.
Linda Wood Nov 20 2021 9:35 PM
Dear Livingston Family,
Your mom was a dear family friend who was greatly loved by both Mom and Dad. Our family fondly remembers times together as we grew up in Lisbon, and the encouragement she was to each of them. We pray that you know the comfort of Christ at this time.
Ruth Fields McFarland, Jane Fields, and Paul Fields Nov 19 2021 8:51 PM
To Marion's Family
Deepest sympathies on the loss of your mother. We have many happy memories of our mom and Marion's friendship over the years. They enjoyed each other's company very much. May she rest in eternal light.
Mary Otis Bleau and Cathy Otis Bell Nov 19 2021 7:38 PM
To Marion's Family
Our deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. Marion was a dear friend of my mother's. I recall fondly, memories of Marion and Barbara hitting the road for a day trip adventure. Mom always had such a good time. I am sure they are catching up right now in heaven. Go rest high up on that mountain, Marion.
Marie Otis Fitzpatrick and Family Nov 19 2021 7:04 PM
We have enjoyed Marion as a good friend. We will miss her.
Lowell and Helen Smith Nov 19 2021 3:15 PM
Your mother was a great neighbor and a 4-H leader.
So sorry for your loss
Colleen Middlemiss Nov 19 2021 3:15 PM
Sympathy Gift courtesy of Bob Figurella. Group of 10 Memorial Trees Planted In Loving Memory of Marion I. Livingston.
Bob Figurella Nov 18 2021 9:21 PM