Marylin Kissick Rossland

May 31, 1926 - March 26, 2018
Marylin Kissick Rossland

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Marylin K. Rossland of Williamsburg, 91, died on March 26, 2018. She was born in 1926 to the late Mary Cochran and Joseph Kissick of White Plains, NY. Marylin was married in 1949 to John A. Rossland for 63 ½ years. They had a daughter, Robin, who passed away in 2010. The Rosslands were preceded in death by brothers, William Rossland and Joseph Kissick III.

Marylin and John enjoyed the home they had built in Kings Mill for over 30 years. The Rosslands were international travelers making 51 trips outside the United States. They were active in the Colonial Virginia Model A Ford Automobile Club. They were life long members of the Presbyterian Church.

A memorial service will be held at the Jamestown Presbyterian Church at 3287 Ironbound Rd, Williamsburg, VA on April 4th, 2018 at 2:00pm with Reverend Danny Klein Officiating.

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  • April 03, 2018
    David B. Allen says:
    Marylin was a great friend and I will truly miss her as I do John her late husband. I met the Rosslands when I was working for a handyman company that they had contracted. They always asked for me on return jobs and were excited when I went into business for myself. John was comfortable to know that I would take care of his home for him and Marylin before he passed away. I truly enjoyed advising and helping Marylin with her "honey-do's" and minor repairs. I always enjoyed sitting down with her and just talking when I was finished working. She enjoyed the handmade gifts that my wife would give to her and I will treasure the moments of her delight in receiving those gifts. I am glad that Marylin and John were a part of my life and sad that they are both gone. But, I am even more glad that Marylin is very happy again and no longer alone now that she is back with her husband John.