Date of Passing:
Burger, Marilyn, 83, of Lyman Street, Riverside, died peacefully on September 3, 2017 surrounded by her loving family. She was the beloved wife of Gilbert R. Burger.
Born in East Providence, a daughter of the late William H. and Hazel G. (Peck) Whyatt, she lived in Riverside for many years.
Mrs. Burger was a member of the Riverside Congregational Church, where she was the former secretary and supervisor of the church’s Sunday school.
Marilyn was a member of the Rhode Island Honor Society and the Rainbow Girls. She enjoyed cooking.
Besides her husband of 65 years, she is survived by two daughters, Connie Lynn Bell of Riverside and Linda Anne Burger-Bettencourt of Pawtucket; a sister, Ardath Fontes of Riverside; five grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren.
Her funeral will be private.
Connie and Lynder, so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
I am so very sorry for your loss. Please find comfort in God’s sure promise of a resurrection as set forth in the Bible. (Acts 24:15; John 5:28,29) Those who are raised to life will have the prospect of never again being subject to misery, sickness, or death. (Revelation 21:4) I hope that reflecting on these thoughts will give you some relief during this difficult time.
Much love to all of you and peace in your time of grieving. What a wonderful woman, and you have give her many wonderful tributes.
Your home mom !!!
❤️ You ❤️ Sweet cheeks
I love you Mom. Love Lynnie
I so remember growing up with Linda and Connie as best friends. We were always together, sleepovers, being dropped off at dances, working at the bait shop and so much more…. I was always there at the house. Mr. and Mrs. Burger were like second parents to me. I will always cherish those wonderful memories of her.
My deepest sympathy to all of her family.
May the peace of God which transcends our understanding keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Our heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with you at this time of profound loss.
The Burgers were such a fabulous addition to the neighborhood. Every kid that was lucky enough to connect to them realized how special they were. Someone like Marilyn ought to be able to live forever, for she brought so much good to everyone she knew. Our deepest sympathy to her wonderful family-