Marilyn J. Kiger, born October 11, 1948, in Pittsburgh, PA, entered into eternal rest on June 17, 2023. A devout Catholic and a resident of Sugar Land, Texas, Marilyn was a loving and dedicated individual who held God and family at the heart of all her endeavors. Marilyn was a supportive woman, always ready to lend a hand or offer words of comfort. She was a creative soul, finding joy in knitting, crocheting, and puzzle building. Marilyn spent her professional years as a key-puncher and secretary for Traebco, retiring in 1999.\n\nMarilyn was a widow, having been married to the love of her life, Robert Kiger, on October 11, 1969. She is survived by her sons, Thomas (Angie) Kiger, and James (Krista) Kiger, her brother, William Tomco, and several beloved grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Marilyn is preceded in death by her parents, William and Margaret Tomco, her brother Richard Tomco, her husband Robert Kiger, and her in-laws, George and Margaret Kiger.\n\nMarilyn lived a life that was a testament to her faith. As stated in Philippians 1:3, "I thank my God every time I remember you," and so it is with all who knew Marilyn. Her memory will live on in the hearts of many. We will remember her as a loving mother, a dedicated friend, and a supportive sister.\n\nIn honor of Marilyn's life, we encourage you to leave memories and upload photos to the memorial page. Share the stories that made Marilyn the wonderful woman she was. Her spirit lives on in each memory we share.