Marilyn Klock Ivy, 87, of Evadale, received her angel wings Saturday, Aug. 20, at Silsbee Oaks Health Care, Silsbee. She was born Feb. 5, 1929, in Lake Charles,La, to Mildred Reimers Klock and Edwin Joseph Klock.

Marilyn began her career with Eastex Paper Mill as a key punch operator and went forward to become the first female guard employed by the paper mill and retired at that position.

Survivors include her children, Marcia Ivy McCauley and her husband, Ed, of Evadale, Jack Ivy and his wife, Cathy, of Nacogdoches and Norris Ivy and his wife, Robin, of Bartlett; grandchildren, Crystal Jones and her husband, Keith, of Bridge City, Shane Wilkinson and his wife, Amber, of Evadale, Jake McCauley of Willis, Heagan Bass and her husband, Derek, of Deweyville, Amber Jackson and her husband, Zach, of Gulf Breeze, Fl. and Clint Pitts of Mobile, Al; great-grandchildren, Matthew Jones, Mark Jones, Brynn Wilkinson, Ryker Wilkinson, Taylin Bass, Karsyn Bass, Tristan Jackson, Braden Jackson and Lily Batcher.

She is preceded in death by her parents; brothers, William Henley and Joseph Klock and daughter, Edith Ivy.

Her committal will be held at Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont and her remains will be buried in Huntington next to her daughter at a later date.