Lottie Lee Marler, 71, of Greenville, MO, passed away Friday, October 15, 2021, at her residence. She was born in Boothspoint, TN, July 21, 1950, to parents Roy Lee Wilson and Nellie (Condray) Brown.
Lottie was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. She married Bill R. Marler on September 4, 1965. Lottie was strong in her Christian faith and was a member of Kime General Baptist Church since 1963. She loved to sing at church, she sang and traveled with the Ozark Gospel Aires, and played the piano at Kime Church for many years. She worked as a teacher’s aide in the computer lab, her and Bill owned and operated the Fishing Hole Restaurant for a time, and she enjoyed being a homemaker for many years and scrapbooking. Each year, Lottie looked forward to Christmas, as it was a special time of year for her, she loved Christmas. Bill and Lottie did everything together. Lottie was an asset and a ray of joy to the community. Her beautiful smile and personality will be greatly missed by her family and all who knew and loved her.
In addition to her father, she is preceded in death by one son: Albert Leroy Marler, an infant brother, sisters: Joann Osborn and Linda Hill.
Lottie is survived by her loving and devoted husband of fifty-six years; children: Timmy Marler of Patterson, Steve Marler and wife Amy of Lodi; grandchildren: Mikayla Lemons and husband Gage, Carli Marler, Jenna Marler, Merritt Marler, step-grandchildren: Cole Parker, Sara Parker, Mya Parker; great-grandson: Ryland Lemons; her mother, Nellie; sisters: Betty Whitmore and husband Ricky of Fredericktown, Tina Elder and husband Ted, Nancy Griffin, Rhonda Jeffries and Carlos all of Poplar Bluff.
Visitation was held at 12:00 pm, Sunday, October 17, 2021, at Ruegg Funeral Home, Greenville Chapel. Funeral service followed at 2:00 pm, also in the Greenville Chapel. Bro. Kenny Burchard and Bro. Tommy Brown ministered to the family. Tom Roth, Justin Hill, Jimmy Marler, Tyler Elder, Tommy Crutchfield, and Kevin Fox served as pallbearers. Burial was in Kime Cemetery, Greenville. Online condolences can be made at www.rueggfuneralhomes.com
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