Marion Elise (Finlaw) Peters Hudson, 87, of Champion passed away Monday morning, December 20, 2010 at Trumbull Memorial Hospital from complications following open heart surgery.
Born November 28, 1923 in Colebrook, OH she was the daughter of the late Jim and Edna (Freeman) Finlaw.
A graduate of Colebrook High School, Marion worked during WWII as a nurse's aide at St. Joseph Hospital and also at Packard Electric as a secretary. She was also a devoted wife, mother and homemaker. Marion was a foster parent for more than 30 years through the Family Service Association and was member of the New Apostolic Church where she sang in the choir. She enjoyed crocheting, playing the organ, bowling and playing cards.
Marion will be dearly missed by her loving husband Wilbur G. Hudson whom she married January 2, 1997, by her children Shelley (Rev. Michael) Betteridge of Champion and Michael Peters of KS, step children, Dr. Larry (Sandra) Hudson, M.D. of Johnson City, TN, Nancy (Michael) Nola of Denver, CO, Dr. Penny (Bill) Eucker, PhD of Denver, CO, Mark (Rashmi) Hudson of Columbus, GA, Cynthia (William) Parker of Marietta, GA, grandchildren, Angila (SMSgt Paul) Boothe, Ssgt Patrick (Erika) Betteridge, Step grandchildren; John Paul (Lea) Hudson, LtJG William Eucker IV, Cadet Thomas Eucker, Blake and Avery Hudson, and Scotty and Andrew Parker, great grandchildren; Ava, Ethan and Gage Boothe and Julia and Tayler Betteridge, two brothers; Jimmy (Panny) Finlaw of Bristolville, Richard Finlaw of Ravenna, and two sisters, Irene Gwinn of Bristolville and Lillian Cauffield of Farmdale and several nieces and nieces. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Steve Peters, five sisters, Helen Spencer, Ruby Shae, Nillie Housel, Agnes Finlaw, and Marjorie Heflin, two brothers Turhan and Louis Finlaw and by a nephew Norman Finlaw.
Family and friends will be received Monday afternoon from 3 until 6PM at the Roberts-Clark Funeral Chapel. Funeral services will be Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at 10AM at the New Apostolic Church in Warren. A private burial will take place at Crown Hill Burial Park.
Material contributions may take the form of donations to any organization of services for the blind.
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