In Memory

Marion Querns (Smith)

Marion Querns (Smith)

Marion K. Smith, age 78 of Kenosha passed away on Sunday, March 20th, 2022 at Hospice Alliance House in Pleasant Prairie, WI surrounded by her loving family.

Born on January 31st, 1944 in Madison WI, she was the daughter of Thomas and Rosamond Querns (Hull).   She was educated in the schools of Kenosha and graduated from Mary D. Bradford High School in 1962.

Marion worked in the pharmaceutical industry and was employed at Abbott and Hospira, working at Abbott for 25 years and then Hospira until her retirement in 2011.

Marion enjoyed gardening and scrapbooking and loved spending time with her grandchildren. She volunteered for Meals on Wheels and also participated in transporting patients to and from their appointments.

She is survived by her sons, Jeffery and Bradley Smith, daughters, Jennifer (Steve) Heinzen and Monica (Joel) Biddle; her grandchildren: Lindsey Smith, Justin Smith, Alana Biddle, Jared Heinzen and Marisa Heinzen; step-grandchildren: Krista Heinzen and Kyle Heinzen and sister Virginia Querns.  She is also survived by her loving dog Sunshine.

Marion is preceded in death by her parents, her brother Robert Querns and her sister Jean Ebben.



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03/24/22 03:17 PM #1    

Paul Whiteside

So sorry to hear of Marion's passing we go back to the old 10th Ave. neighbor hood  and southport school days

RIP dear friend.


03/24/22 06:18 PM #2    

Abrienne Cohen (Schmelling)

I have fond thoughts of Marion. In junior high, I thought her different matching angora sweaters and socks with white tennies we're so cool!  May her memory be for a blessing.

03/25/22 06:55 AM #3    

Barbara Langerman (Wenning)

So sad to read this yesterday.  We went to school together through junior high and high school and were in many activities together at Lincoln.  She always had a smile and was dressed beautifully.  Sympathy to her family and friends--may she rest in peace.


03/25/22 02:29 PM #4    

Sandra Maksen (Biscardi)

Many cherished memories of Marion since first garde, a dear friend and a giving person. I went  to pay my last

respects to her at Kemper Hall today and she was loved by her family and many friends.

How blessed I am to have had her in my life.

Sandy Biscardi


03/26/22 10:12 AM #5    

Joyce Sawicki (Muller)

Lost another dear friend. We had many wonderful times together thru junior high, high school and after. You always had a kind heart and a laugh I'll never forget. May you now rest in peace. ❤

03/26/22 10:36 AM #6    

Larry Sommers

RIP, Marion.


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