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Marilyn Robison

Marilyn Falto Robison, 64, passed away July 26, 2019. She was born to Emily and Alberto Falto in Manhatten Island , New York City, NY on May 25, 1955. She attended James J. Ferris High School in Jersey City, NJ and studied at Utah Valley University.  

She worked for Little Topsy in Jersey City, NJ and later worked at Zions National Park in Utah.

Marilyn was a very helpful and loving person to those around her. She loved the outdoors and to volunteer at the homeless Utah Valley Coalition, cooking and serving others. Marilyn was a free spirit and was happiest when on her own.

She later met the dream of her life and married Mr. Erick L. Erickson on February 11, 1978, in Clark, NV. Together they had two children, Joshua E. Erickson and Autumn D. Erickson. She has one granddaughter, Isabella Moore.

After her divorce she later married Milton Robison of Payson, UT.

She has two sisters, Mrs. Ivonne Falto Howe (Orem, UT) and Mrs. Evelyn Falto Rivera (Cayey, Puerto Rico) and an older brother, Alberto Falto Jr., who preceded her in death along with her parents.

Marilyn is an organ donor and wanted her remains to be cremated and to stay with the family.

Our beloved Marilyn will truly be missed but will not be forgotten. She will live in our hearts forever.

Condolences may be sent to the family at:  www.leavittsmortuary.com

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We will miss Marilyn. She was a brilliant person. We enjoyed having her be a part of our Mountain View Family. Thank you for many fun times and memories.
Everyone here at Mountain View.

Evangeline Jul 30 2019 12:00 AM

Marilyn was such a vibrant, fun, intelligent person! I loved her seeing her daily here at Mountain View Health Services! I especially loved it, when she would come to the 'breakfast cook-out', held twice monthly--she interacted in such a friendly and fun way! She will be missed. I send my condolences to her family, on behalf of everyone here at Mountain View.

Reece Nelson Jul 30 2019 12:00 AM