Marilyn I. Adcock, 79 of Osseo, passed away in her home on April, 18, 2022, with her family by her side.

She fought a hard battle with cancer, which finally took her. Her passing was peaceful, with each of her family members being able to say their goodbye’s with her response.

Marilyn was born in Exeter, New Hampshire to Raymond and Mazie DesRoches. She was an active member of Birch Street Baptist Church in Eau Claire, WI. She had many talents, and invested in many lives. She is survived by her husband, Neal Adcock of Osseo; her children, Ray (Laura) Adcock of LaSalle, IL, Sharon (Chuck) Truschka of Hixton, WI, Michelle (Curt) Sahlstrom of Galesville, WI; grandchildren, Paul Adcock, Nate (Sarah) Adcock, Breanna, Billy, Josiah, Jeremy and Jacob Truschka, Olivia & Sarah Sahlstrom. Also, a sister, Claire Audette of New Hampshire, and special “adopted” daughter, Cheryl Weiser, as well as many other “adopted” children, family and friends.

Celebration of Life will be held on May 14th, 2022 at 11:00 AM, at Birch Street Baptist Church 3120 Birch St. Eau Claire, WI, with Rev. Tim Hallett Jr officiating. Visitation will be held from 10:00 AM until the time of service.

Smith Funeral Chapel & Crematory has assisted the family with arrangements.


  1. A remarkable woman with many talents and who touched many lives. She has now flown to Heaven to be with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

  2. Ma, was special and funny sense of humor. You could always come to her and Pa for advice. Often times I didn’t always agree. However, still respected the advice given.
    I know with not being able to see them as much as I did when I was younger. The memories are fond just the same. Ma you will be missed by us all.
    Love you all and you all are in my thoughts and prayers at this time.

  3. So sorry for your loss. May you find comfort knowing that she is with Jesus her Saviour. And that you can look forward to seeing her again.

  4. Marilyn was a very lovely lady. Good hearted. Glad I could call her my friend. She will be missed. Till we meet again.⚘❤

  5. So glad you all were able to spend time with your mom in the days before her passing. There is so much peace knowing she is with her Heavenly Father and no longer suffering. Praying for you in the coming days and months.

  6. Neal and family, I’m very sorry about Marilyn, but we know there’s no more pain, now she can Rest In Peace.

  7. I’m sorry for your loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I’m sure Marilyn brought a lot of happy and unforgettable memories to your family. I’m sure she is looking down on you with a huge smile on her face talking about how proud she is of each and every one of you. Take care and reach out if you need help or support.

    -Cole Van Schyndel

  8. Aunt Marilyn may you rest in peace
    our deepest sympathy for her family. She will watch over all of you. No more suffering God bless all of you

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