Marilyn Sienkiewicz

Marilyn Sienkiewicz was born December 12, 1922 and died at the age of 94 on June 1, 2017 following a long illness.

She married her husband John on June 28, 1941. Marilyn met John while singing in a cowboy band, for which John played the bass violin.

Marilyn worked at Doehla Greeting Cards and for Sanders Associates, both in Nashua. She was also a real estate broker and was co-owner of a company called Alphasonics. They worked closely with the American Society of Dowsers which they were active members for many years. This enabled them to travel throughout the United States.

Marilyn was also a skilled artist and was a member of the Nashua Artists Association. She participated in numerous shows and won many awards for her work. She also belonged to the Border City Squares, a square dancing club. Marilyn was quite a seamstress and made the dresses she wore to the dances.

For many years, Marilyn was an active member of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashua, where she greatly enjoyed the social hours held after service. Marilyn and her husband also participated in and graduated from Southern NH Medical School as well as the Nashua Senior Police Academy sponsored by the Nashua Police Department.

Marilyn was predeceased by a brother, Stanley Woods, and her husband John of 71 years.

She is survived by a sister, Donna Ehler, her son and daughter-in-law, Kerry and Nancy Sienkiewicz, her daughter, Nancy Sienkiewicz, a niece, Kathy Lavoie and a nephew, Joey Sienkiewicz.

SERVICES: There will be no services for Marilyn. Condolences to her family may be made at the online guest book available at www.davis

funeralhomenh.com. If you would like to remember Marilyn, her family would like you to make a donation in memory of her to the Community Hospice House c/o Development, 7 Executive Park Drive, Merrimack, NH 03054 and/or the Unitarian Universalist Church at 58 Lowell Road, Nashua, NH 03064. The DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, One Lock St., Nashua has been placed in charge of arrangements (603-883-3401) “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER.”