Braney (nee Smith), Marilyn Jane

Braney (nee Smith), Marilyn Jane

February 25th, 2018

Passed away peacefully at Victoria Hospital on Sunday, February 25, 2018, in her 65th year. Beloved wife of Michael G. “Mike” Braney. Loving mother of Colin and Sean Braney, and grandmother of Jack. Dear sister of Danny Smith (Peg) and Linda Smith-Percell (Dave), and predeceased by her brother Jim Smith. Marilyn will be missed by her extended family and many friends. Visitation will be held on Wednesday from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London where the memorial service will be conducted on Thursday, March 1st, 2018 at 1:00 p.m., with visitation one hour prior. Private interment at Woodland Cemetery. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Marilyn are asked to consider the London Health Sciences Centre – Cancer Program.

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Don and Suedean and family Our deepest sympathy E
Peter, Joanne, Julia and Mark. Deepest Sympathy.
Val TuckerMy Deepest Sympathy Mike and family thinking of all of you in your sorrow.
Robin Rundle DrakeThinking of Marilyn's wonderful family at this saddest of times. My deepest sympathy. I shall raise a glass for 'Smitty' and "drink 'er down" in her honour.
Robin Rundle DrakeThinking of Marilyn's wonderful family at this saddest of times. My deepest sympathy. I shall raise a glass for 'Smitty' and "drink 'er down" in her honour.
Bill BrownBeautiful memories of Marilyn's love for her family and friends. My deepest sympathy. Thinking of you, Mike, Colin, and Sean.
Allena & Jim MacDonaldMarilyn meant so much to so many people - daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, friend and nurse, all of these roles made her the kind loving person that we all knew and loved. In turn she mostloved preforming these roles. It was always a pleasure to go to work knowing you where going to spend the day with Marilyn. She was a true friend. We will all be shedding many tears for our great lose and she will be sooo missed from all her roles. Rest In Peace.❤️
Jenny and Kevin AtkinsonSo very sorry to hear - my deepest sympathy.
Linda LeeMike and Family , I would like to extend my deepest condolences in the sad passing of Marilyn. We worked together at UH ER and shared a birthday celebration for many years. An excellent nurse and a true to loss for all that knew her. Linda Lee
Mary & Ken McCutcheonThankful for the many great memories we have of Smitty. How lucky are we to have had her in our lives!
Gail SteerMike, Colin, Sean and Jack Sorry to hear about Marilyn. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Bob, Gail and family
Lynn and Mike NymanDear Mike and family Mike and I are sending you our sincere condolences. Marilyn was a great mentor for me in the ER and a great Charge nurse. When I went to the London Heart Rhythm Research in 2005,Marilyn started in the EP lab and procedure room. We spent a lot of times talking and laughing of course!! Enjoyed some ER and EP parties together. Marilyn, Jane , Allena and Paul made it fun in the EP lab. A great group of people. You will missed my dear Marilyn. Beautiful inside and out. Love you always xoxo Lynn and Mike Nyman❤️
Cathy and John MulcahyMarilyn was one of the most vibrant women we have ever met. Always laughed when with her. So glad to have had her in our lives. Miss you Smitty. Remember 3E
Janet Johnson Harder and familyOur condolences from Janet, Jenny and Bryn. Lots of memories. Lovely Marilyn.
Jo-Ann Mc CallumMy deepest sympathies, Sean, to you and your family. Love Dee's Auntie Jo
Joe HuffmanDear Mike and Family, I had the true honor to know Marilyn for the kind warm hearted person she was, and as a nurse who had Great expertise. Anytime she was at work one knew the most critically ill patient was in the best of hands, and she would make you laugh at times where one would cry using her unique smile, laughter and wit. She will be missed but never forgotten. My sincere condolences upon the passing of a dear wife, mother and friend. Joe Huffman
Jeff GrantonAn outstanding nurse and wonderful person! Marilyn will be missed by all those who had the privilege of working and caring for patients along side her.
Caro and Tom NorrisOur sincere sympathy for your loss Mike and family. Remembering the times we shared, she was very special and will be missed by all who knew her.
Sandra Leo Aaron Jen and cory vosOur deepest sympathies Mike Colin and Sean. Marilyn was the cousin and nurse I so admired growing up. Mom had a special bond with her as they were both Victoria Hospital graduates and talked about the wonderful training they had. Marilyn was an amazing nurse who always looked out for not only her patients but for her family members and relatives. She never stopped caring about other people, She will be so missed
Sandra Leo Aaron Jen and cory vosOur deepest sympathies Mike Colin and Sean. Marilyn was the cousin and nurse I so admired growing up. Mom had a special bond with her as they were both Victoria Hospital graduates and talked about the wonderful training they had. Marilyn was an amazing nurse who always looked out for not only her patients but for her family members and relatives. She never stopped caring about other people, She will be so missed
Ken, Susie and John NishizakiSean, our thoughts and our prayers are with you and your family in your time of sorrow. Ken, Susie and John(Barrie ON)
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