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Anna Lillian (Tinker Marzoll

LUBEC – LUBEC – Anna Lillian (Tinker) Marzoll, 81, went home to be with her lord and savior Aug. 3, 2012 at Marshall Healthcare, Machias, after a long illness. She was born July 1, 1931, in Lubec, the beloved daughter of Mabee Sanford and Adelia (Ogilvie) Tinker.
Anna graduated from Lubec High School in 1950. She was employed at Lawrences Fish Factory in Lubec and for more than 40 years at Oceanview Nursing Home as a certified nurse’s aide. Her favorite pastime was being there for her grandchildren, taking care of them and attending their ball games. She loved driving around town and watching the seals at the Narrows. Anna will be remembered for her fun loving spirit, her quick wit and sense of humor.
She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Levi Marzoll; a son, Matthew; and three brothers, Kenneth, Sanford, and Ronald Tinker. She is survived by two sons, Sheldon and wife, Jody, and Jonathan and wife, Darcy; one daughter, Christy Verburgt and husband, Scott; her five very special grandchildren, Wade Walker and partner, Breanne Reid, Shelley Marzoll and partner, Jamie Brine, Ashley Marzoll and partner, Ryan Allen, and Connor and Donovan Marzoll; two brothers, Errol “Bunky” Tinker and wife, Paula, and Robert Tinker and wife, Diane; and sister, Barbara Case and husband, Alfred; two sisters-in-law, Christine Archer and Bernice Morrison; as well as many very special nieces and nephews and a very special friend, Arthur “Bill” Hoar.
The family would like to recognize the staff of Marshall Healthcare for their devoted love and care they provided to Anna during her stay. Visiting hours will be held from 6-8 p.m. Sunday Aug. 5, at Christian Temple Church, Main Street, Lubec, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday. Aug. 6. Burial will be at Olson Cemetery, Lubec. Gifts in Anna’s memory can be made to Marshall Healthcare Activities Department. Online condolences and memories may be shared with the family by visiting their book of memories at

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