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Memorial Biography


We are moving the celebration of Marilyn's life to tomorrow, Sunday May 26th - same time 4-8 pm and same location (see directions below).


A Celebration of Marilyn Mann's Life

Saturday, May 25th – 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
11400 Mountain Top Circle, Jonestown, Texas  78645

Please join family and friends for a casual outdoor gathering to celebrate the life of Marilyn Mann. 

We will share memories and enjoy a meal together (all of Marilyn's favorite things). 

Please RSVP at tarrastauffer@hotmail.com if you can attend. 

Directions: From northbound Interstate 35 – take Exit 256 – Chandler Rd. – go West on 1431 and cross US 183; 

From 183 and 1431 in Cedar Park - proceed 7 miles West on 1431; [bends and hills but a beautiful drive];

just before you go uphill to enter downtown Jonestown – make a right turn on Lake Crest (SIGN: White Rim Mountain); proceed uphill to the stop sign. Left on White Rim Trail; first Left on Terrace Mountain until it ends.

A gravel Private Road (Mountain Top Circle) begins straight ahead [Please observe the SLOW signs] – ¾ mile ahead is an RV Park on the left and the fenced residence is just past the Park.

Marilyn had a happy childhood growing up in western Pennsylvania.  She lived a very full life and touched many along the way. 

She worked hard at many jobs. Her many adventures include assisting a State Senator, opening a food stand in Belize, serving as a hill country judge and managing a reggae band.  She loved family, travel, music. dancing and her Yorkie Betsy. 

Marilyn was preceded in death by her father, Walter Mann and mother, Hedwig (Wassler) Mann. She is survived by her son, Richard Mann; daughters Tarra Stauffer-Chang and Sharra Jatzlau; their families, including grandchildren Troy, Mark, Samantha and Madison; and sisters Carol, Cheryl, Joyce and Janice.

Friends and family are invited to an informal "Celebration of Marilyn's Life" in May – please provide your contact information to tarrastauffer@hotmail.com

In lieu of flowers the family would like you to donate to the Health Alliance For Austin Musicians at http://www.myhaam.org/donate .

Please feel free to send this link to anyone you think might want to visit this memorial.  Http://marilynmann.remembered.com  


                            -Thank You & Love from her family.


PLEASE take the time to visit the Photo Gallery where you can view photos of Marilyn, her family and her life.  The family encourages you to leave comments on any photos you recognize. 
For best viewing - click on the large single photo in the album to open a "viewer".
We hope you will also share thoughts and stories about Marilyn on the Memorial Wall tab.
Watch this area for more information on the Celebration of Marilyn's Life in May.
Thank you for visiting - we hope you will visit again - we are adding more photos to the gallery all the time.