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Marilyn R. Cline

Marilyn Ruth (Treser) Cline, 88, of St Cloud, Florida passed away on March 10, 2022 at the Solaris Health Care, St Cloud, Florida. She was born on August 11, 1933 in Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania to Elmer and Catherine (Topper) Treser. Marilyn was a true servant of God. She prepared the best roast beef dinners for missionaries home from foreign fields, gave encouraging words and smiles to students at First United Methodist School during their lunch time, and listened to parishioners’ concerns–adding them to her prayer list in the Assembly of God congregations where she and her husband, Tom, ministered. Her family was her life. She called her daughters regularly to remind them of the latest Hallmark Christmas movies, asked daily about the well-being of her grandchildren and great grandchildren, and she loved Tom with all her heart, for over seventy years. Marilyn will be missed here on earth, but will be forever in our hearts.

She was a loving daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother.  She is survived by her family: husband, Thomas Cline of St Cloud, Florida; daughters, Judith Lewis of Kissimmee, Florida and Debra Davis of St Cloud, Florida; siblings, Ronald Treser of North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania and Glenn Treser of San Francisco, California; Edith Zoric of North Versailles, Pennsylvania; grandchildren Brenton, BriAnn, Brynn, Isabelle and Arianna and seven great grandchildren. Preceded in death by brother, Donald Treser.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you write your memories of Marilyn under the text box below titled:  Leave a condolence.

Graveside services are Monday, 12:30 PM, March 28, 2022 at the Cape Canaveral National Cemetery, US Highway 1, Mims, Florida, Lane B.


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  • Alayna Anderson says:

    It was so cool having Ari’s grandparents live just down the street from me and my family in The Oaks. Whenever Ari would come over, we’d walk over to visit them. Marilyn was a beautiful soul, and she lives on through so many lovely people. My love is being sent to each of you.

  • Terry Long Acquino says:

    I have so many wonderful memories of “Mom” Cline. She truly was a second mother to me, and I cherish the memories of time spent at the Cline home with Debbie. From making a mess in her kitchen with whoopie pies, to making the dog Tiny howl at the piano, to bringing home questionable reptiles, Mom Cline never raised her voice or lost her patience. Her answer to many requests was “I’ll pray about it” which was frustrating to us as teenagers, but now I understand that that’s where her strength came from. I can still hear her soft voice saying “I love you” to me. I love you too Mom Cline and thank you for adding such dimension to my life. I miss you but know that we will meet again. Thank you to Dad Cline, Debbie, and Judy for sharing your wife and mother with me. You are all in my prayers.

  • Tom & Sande Owen says:

    Sad to hear … but wonderful when we consider her spectacular life & her eternal Life ahead. God bless you all, hope you can feel our love.

  • BriAnn says:

    I loved visiting Grandma and Grandpas house in Mt. Pleasant. Staying downstairs near the washer and dryer… catching fireflies. Each time I save scraps for compost I think about how Grandma saved hers and how she rinsed and reused plastic zip lock bags…I can always hear her soft and gentle voice. I am sorry that I didn’t see you more often Grandma. I know that you are smiling in Heaven. Love!

  • Karl Zoric and Mark Pipkin says:

    Uncle Tom, Judy, Debra and Family,
    Mark and I send our love hugs and prayers to you all. Aunt Marilyn was a wonderful Aunt and I have fond memories of the Treser’s family gathering at Grandma’s house on Oak Avenue in Turtle Creek for us all to celebrate Grandma Treser’s birthday every June 7th. It was a great time and for us a family reunion to see everyone and catch up with each other’s family and stories. Aunt Marilyn was always interested in what the Zoric family was doing in school, swimming and band activities. Aunt Marilyn was also so proud of sharing updates on Judy and her Missionary work in Africa and Debra in Ireland as she filled us in on all the Cline family news and the arrival of her Grandchildren. Aunt Marilyn was was loving and caring person and reached out often as my Mom and Dad dealt with Susan’s passing. She was a dear and loving Aunt. Love to you all, Karl and Mark

  • Edith Zoric says:

    Dear Tom, Judith and Debra, sending my deepest condolences and prayers to you all and to your families. I was recently sharing some memories with Karl about our childhood about the many Beagles we had growing up in Turtle Creek. These beagle dogs were in addition to the pony’s and goats which we kept out back behind Treser’s grocery store. There is the wonderful picture of Marilyn and I with the pony Debra sent to us which sits on my bedroom dresser. A Christmas story to share with you was Marilyn and I secretly watching our parents upstairs through the large heating vent as they were decorating the Christmas tree on Christmas Eve. They thought we were both sleeping but we were not and we were watching all the downstairs fun through the floor heating vents with great excitement. Christmas morning We were told it was Santa Who did the decorating but we kept our secret to ourselves. Christmas was fun at home and the grocery store closed and our Uncle Bill dressed up as Santa, Marilyn and I knew who it was, but Glenn, Ron and Don were just little boys and enjoyed Santa’s arrival on Oak Avenue every Christmas. Wonderful memories and my heart is saddened with the passing of my dear sister Marilyn. Love to you all, Aunt Edith

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