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She was a loving grandmother to 14 grandchildren — Aidan, Stephen and Jordan Marzo (Stephen); Andrew, Tim and Chris Marzo (Phil); Matthew, Emily, Kevin, Jacob and Mary Marzo (David), and Brady, Jack and Charlotte Kohn (Carolyn). After graduating from Wheaton College, Marilyn married the late Jay Hague, and was a teacher at New Canaan Country School.She is survived by two brothers, Brother Jordan of Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, Silver Spring, Md., and Tom Baxter of Florida. Joseph on the Brandywine Church, Wilmington, Del., on January 25. Jay and Marilyn had two children, Tim and Susan, whom they raised in Redding, Conn.She was predeceased by her beloved grandson, Andrew “Brady” Kohn and her three brothers, John Baxter, Peter Baxter and Anthony Baxter.Mimi leaves behind her five children: Stephen Marzo (Karen) of Hong Kong/Amagansett, N. J.; Marianne Marzo of Alexandria, Va.; David Marzo of La Grange, Ill.; and Carolyn Marzo (Kohn) of Wilmington, Del.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Wooster School, c/o John and Marilyn Hague Scholarship Fund, 91 Miry Brook Road, Danbury, CT 06811 or at JM Hague scholarship in comments).

Jan’s life will be celebrated Saturday, February 10, from 2 p.m. at the Chester County Food Bank, 650 Pennsylvania Drive, Exton, PA 19341.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Chester County Food Bank or the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA),

She was an active member of the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church and the Providence Garden Club of Pennsylvania and was always eager to lend a hand or a smile to a friend in need.

Throughout her life Marilyn enjoyed wonderful experiences at her homes in Redding, Conn., Hazelton, Pa., Seabrook Island, S. However, the place she held most dear in her later years was her summer cottage on Capitol Island, Maine, where she enjoyed days on the porch reminiscing about Mouse Island memories, watching the lobstermen pull traps, and waving to friends as they sailed by.

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