Marion R. Broeren, age 91, of Cambridge died August 27th at her daughter’s home in Isanti. Mass of Christian Burial Friday, October 14, 2022 at 10:30 am at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Isanti with a time for visiting one hour prior at the church. Following the service there will be a ½ hour coffee social at church. Then a family prayer time and burial at Northern Wisconsin Veterans Cemetery in Spooner, WI. Please join us for a celebration of life at the Voyager Village Kilkare Lodge from 4 pm – 7 pm.
Marion Rosalie Broeren was born September 1, 1930 in Merrill, Wisconsin to Andrew and
Frances (Kaprucki) Kulawinski. She graduated from Merrill High School. On April 16, 1955
she married Roy Broeren in Merrill, WI. They moved to Green Bay where they started their
family. They later moved and raised their family in Eden Prairie, MN and Princeton, MN. They
retired to Voyager Village in 1992 and enjoyed many wonderful years on the 7th fairway of the
golf course. In September of 2020 they moved to Riverwood Apartments in Cambridge, where they made several close friends.
Marion was very active in and loved her faith and church family. She was a big Packers fan, and
Twins fan. She enjoyed baking, reading, golfing , gardening, and loved watching and caring for
the birds in her yard. She entertained many friends over the years. She truly loved spending time
with her family, especially those times with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was
the epitome of the grandma who baked cookies, played games and endlessly showed her love.
She is survived by three children, Bruce (Judy) Broeren, Debra (Tim) Peterson, and Barry
Broeren; five grandchildren, Zachary (Colleen), Jacob (Jessica), Ryan (Jalina), Brandon, and
Sara (Mike); six great-grandchildren, Melina, Mateo, Lucia, Norah, Jackson and Lainey; and by
many other relatives and friends. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband
of 66 years, Roy; daughter, Laura Smith; and by eight brothers and one sister.
I sure will miss Marion, she was the sweetest, loving, caring, person I had the honor to know. She was loved by many, truly a blessing to have her in your life. Rest In Peace sweet Marion, give Laura and Roy a hug from me.
Randy and Mel Grams says
She was a beautiful lady with so much grace. Always a smile on her face and a hug for everyone. May God comfort all of you. May all the wonderful memories bring you comfort always. Love and hugs to all of you.
Linda Selchow says
Rest In Peace Marion !!! Such a nice sweet lady !!! Always there to lend a hand and a shoulder to listen !!! Peace,❤️ and hugs to the family!!!!
Karen & Paul-dean Natto says
We know Heaven is a beautiful place especially because you are there with your loved ones….🌺