Passed away peacefully with family by her side in Owen Sound, ON. Loving wife to John Paul Nagel formerly from Clifford, (predeceased 2013.) Daughter of Melvin and Margaret Munford (nee Fleming) (both predeceased) of Harriston. Proud mother of Jason Nagel and his wife Kim of Chatsworth, (grandmother of Laura “Ashley” Nagel and fiancé Michael Baker of Kitchener and Justin Nagel of Chatsworth. Proud mother of Bridget Nagel (grandmother of Lukas, John and Kaelum.) Marlo was the youngest of 5 children. Sister of: Harold Munford and his wife Irene, their family Susan and (Tom, predeceased) Bushby, Marion and Jody Ahlstrom (son Rannon), Cindy Woodbeck (daughter Stephanie Lucan), Jo-Lynne and Roy Dias (daughter Jorja) all of Thunder Bay. (Rodney, predeceased) Munford and his wife Gail of Vermilion Bay, their family Scott and Jennifer Munford of Dryden. Bradley Munford and Tanya Larson of Vermilion Bay. Keri and Shawn Russell (sons Casey, Tait and Lucas) all of Castlegar, B.C. (Lionel, predeceased) Munford and his wife Annie of Calabogie, their family Leanne (nee Munford) and Kevin Kiley (daughter Keara) of Carlton Place. Joanne (nee Munford) and Clint Leclaire, their family Kyle and Lindsay (son Colton) of Renfrew. Kurtis and Cait of Calabogie. Philip Munford (children Reilly, Cassidy, John and Leah of Calabogie. (Janis, predeceased) Aucoin (nee Munford) and her husband Gilles of Calabogie. Cousin of: Bill and Linda Sumerton, Carol and Perry Valle, and Nancy Dougan all of Michigan, USA. A special thank you from our family to Dr. Cox for her attentive and compassionate care, the many health care professionals at Georgian Heights, both past and present who cared for her needs daily and the MAID assessors for their care and assistance. Marlo and John owned a cleaning company together and for several years cleaned at Edwards where they met many friends. Together, they operated the Owen Sound Westside boat launch and later, when constructed, the Eastside boat launch up to their retirement. They employed many friends and family members and enjoyed those they met locally and from long distances. Marlo was well known at the “Eastside” Tim Horton’s where she got together with friends in the evenings. She was a card player, avid reader, talented artist, animal lover, thrift shopper and lottery hopeful. She enjoyed online games to help keep her “sharp.” Marlo enjoyed her cars, “Ruby” most of all! There will be a private family service. Care entrusted to Grey Bruce Cremation Services, thank you Ruth for your assistance. If so desired, memorial donations may be directed to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or The Canadian Red Cross.