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Marlene J. Revollo

July 21, 1938 - March 22, 2013
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Marlene J. Revollo, 74, formerly of Denver, CO passed away Friday, March 22, 2013 in a Jacksonville Community Hospice after a long struggle with cancer. Marlene was born in Denver Colorado on July 21, 1938, the daughter of Edith J. Davis (Bement) and Charles A. Davis. She was raised and educated in the Denver area. She graduated from West High School in 1956 and was accepted into college in the department of X-ray Technology and then graduated in 1960. She was united in marriage to Jaime M. Revollo in 1962. They raised three loving daughters. Marlene was very instrumental in supporting her former husband's schooling and career as a...
Marlene J. Revollo, 74, formerly of Denver, CO passed away Friday, March 22, 2013 in a Jacksonville Community Hospice after a long struggle with cancer.

Marlene was born in Denver Colorado on July 21, 1938, the daughter of Edith J. Davis (Bement) and Charles A. Davis. She was raised and educated in the Denver area. She graduated from West High School in 1956 and was accepted into college in the department of X-ray Technology and then graduated in 1960. She was united in marriage to Jaime M. Revollo in 1962. They raised three loving daughters. Marlene was very instrumental in supporting her former husband's schooling and career as a physician. Marlene was part x-ray tech, medical tech and office manager for all of the clinics including the large San Jose Emergency Care Center in Mandarin, FL.

Marlene carried on as an independent woman and continued her career as a radiologic technician at St. Luke's Hospital satellite clinics and then retired from the Mayo Clinic hospital system working as a medical and office technician. Even into retirement, Marlene had managed to maintain her radiological technician licensure and professional membership in the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.

Her joys in life were natural outdoors activities especially canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting and backpacking. She even managed to combine camping with the above activities traveling along with her friends and loved ones, teaching and sharing her well-honed skills at any and every available moment.
Her achievements included membership in the Trail Blazers, First Coat Trail Forgers, Side Trackers, Seminole Canoe and Kayak Club and the survivorship groups of Breast Cancer and Leukemia and Lymphoma Societies. Within the group activities, she was very active and enjoyed volunteering for numerous nature conservation and fund raising events.

Marlene's loving family includes: her mother Edith J. Davis (Denver), her sister Bonnie Varner (Denver), her brother Garry (Linda) Davis (Denver), daughters Rhonda (fiancé Wayne Schumaier) Lorenz (Minot, ND), Krista Peel (Colorado Springs), Dyana (Alex) Ojeda (Jacksonville), grandchildren, Christina Stauffer, Mark E Lorenz II, Christopher Peel, Sarah Peel, Maya Ojeda and numerous nieces and nephews as well as many close beloved friends.

Marlene was preceded in death by her father Charles.

"TO ALL THE FAMILY OF MARLENE THIS IS FROM HER SISTER IN DENVER.. I AM REALLY GOING TO MISS HER, WE ALWAYS HAD A GREAT LOVE FOR HER, I COULD ALWAYS MAKE..."

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