Obituaries » Marilyn D Enman Gullage
November 2, 1936 - January 12, 2022
Funeral Home Cliff Gray Cremation & Funeral Services
Marilyn D. Enman, 85 previously from South Paris went home to be with the Lord on January 12, 2022 with her loving family by her side. Marilyn was born, the daughter of Harold and Rose “Beninati” Gullage on November 2, 1936 in Somerville, Ma. She attended hairdressing school in the greater Boston area where she met the love of her life Walter Enman. After three dates he knew she was the love of his life and asked her to marry him. They were married on December 9th, 1956 and enjoyed building their life together based on the faith that they shared. Marilyn enjoyed being a wife, mother, and grandmother. She would often be found covered in paint renovating houses. She also frequented thrift stores, yard sales. Marilyn knew that the secret to a life full of joy was; Jesus, Others and Yourself last. She modeled this to all who knew her, often dropping whatever projects she was working on to help anyone in need. She was predeceased by her husband Walter Enman; her brothers Paul, John, and Michael Gullage; and her twin newborn sons. Marilyn is survived by her kind hearted brother James Gullage and sweet wife Mary Lou of Braintree, Ma; three daughters, Sharon Kimball and husband Bruce of South Paris, Judith Abbott and husband David of Sumner and Lori Enman of Woodstock as well as eight grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren and one great-great grandson. The family would like to thank Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice for their compassion and loving care for our beloved Marilyn. Marilyn was able to stay home because of the love of her daughter, Judy and son in law David Abbott. Also, other family members stepping up to help care for her daily needs, especially her granddaughter Rachelle Christner, who learned the importance of putting others before herself, which she inherited from her grandmother. We would also like to offer a heartfelt thank you to our caregivers and friends; Roberta Curtis, Laura Turcotte, Terry Cowett, Gabrielle Therriault. A very special thank you to Marilyn’s bff#1 Darlene Roy and her bff#2 Doreen Thone, who were more than just friends to Marilyn they were like family. She will never know the impact she had on so many lives and will be missed greatly. A Celebration of life will be held at a later date.