In Memory

Marcy Lynn Caquelin

Marcy Lynn Caquelin

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06/13/11 09:11 AM #1    

Robert C. Shaffer

Marcy's cheerful smile, personality and talent for drama/acting was a tragic loss to her many friends at a young age.

06/15/11 11:45 PM #2    

Renee Lukehart (Wilkie)

Marcy was one of the most loving, funny ,talented and compassionate young women I have known .I  had the privlege to call her  my friend. We were inseperable in Jr high , she was my best friend. I believe we were 13 when she was diagnosed with Hodgkins disease. She lived with it for several years and most of the time you would never know. She was always cheerful and inspiring and just plain happy! I have had my biggest belly laughs with her . Yes Bob, she WAS an actress!! I remember one day we were in her backyard just hanging out on the hammock and she was singing to me- in Chinese. She had me fooled ,  It was a beautiful song and I believed it until I asked her to sing it again and of course she couldn't remember "the lyrics"!!

She had that georgous auburn hair and those beautiful brown eyes. When she was really sick I was too immature to handle it, I remember her Dad telling me that Iwas one of the people that could have just sat with her to hold her hand and she wouldn't feel like she had to entertain me. And I couldn't do it. I have felt really guilty and sad about that over the years. It is one of the reasons that I now  volunteer for the Hospice home . I now realize what an honor it is to be with someone when they cross over. It is very sacred space. I love you Marcy and have and always will hold you close to my heart. You are simply the best!!!

07/15/11 06:36 PM #3    

Debbi Kerr (Biegger)

Marcy was in my drama class and she was such an amazing talent. I so enjoyed her in all the plays at TRHS. I felt she had a great career ahead of her. It is so sad that she is no  longer with us. Such a great loss. She had the warmest personality and such a kind demeanor. I always felt so comfortable to be around her.

From the day I met her I thought she had such a sweet name. When my daughter was born in 1982 I gave her the name of MARCI.  I only spelled it differently because my name ends with the letter "i". Ironically my daughter, Marci,  has the middle name of Renee. Renee Lukehart Wilkie was a dear friend of Marcy Caqulin's. 

I felt this was a sweet instance worth sharing. Marcy will forever be a bright spot and missed VERY much.





09/22/11 04:08 PM #4    

Peggy Gassberry (Gassberry-Jenkins)

Ah yes Marcy was a delight and you loved her the moment you saw her, I was so happy to run into her at Drake during our freshman year, she had been so ill our senior year at Roosevelt.

Renee, trust me Marcy knew you loved her, we all mature in different ways and at different times, losing a friend at our young age then is also like  a death to us and very scary, even as adults we try to get our loved ones to hang on for us.

I would have loved for my husband to had gotten a kidney transplant, but that could have added even more health issues vs a possible cure, he finally said this would be for you and then he finally opted otherwise.

Your lasting love and memory of her is where you are suppose to be!!! Marcy is your Angel now!

Chinese, tooooooooooo funny!!!

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