Marrianne B. Martin

Dates

February 26, 1925 - June 6, 2012

Obituary

Marrianne Bond Martin was born Marion Ruth Bond in Sacramento CA.  She was predeceased in death by her first husband, Leland Keith Tiner of CA and beloved husband, Raymond Martin of South Dakota, her parents, Hubert Bond and Anna Mae Laning Bond, two brothers: Austin Bond and William H Bond, one sister, Patty Bond and her son, Leland Bond Tiner.  She leaves behind her daughter, Patricia Tiner-Delgado of CA, her daughter-in-law, Sandy Tiner of CA, two grandchildren: Heather Delgado-Shimala of TX and Nathan Delgado of CA as well as her three great-grandchildren: Morgan Rae, Lauren and Patrick; also nieces and nephews in CA together with many friends in California, Texas and South Dakota.  She was fortunate to live in almost every state during her lifetime and had many adventures she often compared life to the movie “Auntie Mame!”  All that knew Marrianne loved her unconditionally and will always smile when they think of the time she shared with them.

Marrianne Bond M.

Per Marrianne’s request there will be no funeral service. 


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Posted by Carol Hanson on June 14, 2012
Read your obit and very good. You were meant to be a world traveler and then ended up here in SD. But so glad you did otherwise I'd never had met you and Raymond and had such good coffee and tea conversations. God Bless you lady and now you can be together again.
Posted by Carol on June 10, 2012
hi lady--nice day here so just thinking of you and us watching the birds together at times. They are out in full force this morning. Miss you
Posted by BILL & CINDY DESY on June 10, 2012
WE WILL MISS YOU, SO GLAD WE HAD A VISIT WITH ON MEMORIAL DAY. YOU WERE SO GOOD TO MY MOTHER WHEN SHE WAS BATTLEING HER CANCER. LOVE TO YOU DARLING, YOU WILL BE MISSED. THE ANGELS ARE AMOUNGST YOU AND THE PAIN IS GONE. WE WILL NEVER FORGET, LOVE YOU!
Posted by Carol Hanson on June 9, 2012
I'll sure miss you lady as you were a great friend. We had alot of good laughs together and trips to SF. Enjoyed Raymond too and his "hidden cigarettes". Those are the times I will cherish forever. God Bless and RIP.
Posted by Sandie Tiner on June 8, 2012
To my best friend and mother-in-law. I am going to miss our nightly phone chats and the wonderful memories we had. I loved it so much when we could both laugh over the silly things we enjoyed together since 1977. I told you if I lost you I would lose part of myself. Outsiders could never take away the bond we had and always will have. Now you are with Lee and please tell him I will always love him too.
Posted by Heather Shimala on June 7, 2012
This is my beloved Nonnie and it breaks my heart that she was taken from me. I wish those that were her caregivers would not have kept her from her family during her final day. I will always love you Nonnie and think of you often.
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