Marilyn Jean Hosken Eaton, age 78, of Stockbridge passed away on Sunday, July 12, 2020. She was born in Waukegan, IL to the late Harold James Hosken and Mildred Elnora Richards Hosken. Marilyn Eaton is survived by her husband of 60 years, Russell Lamar Eaton; children, Daniel Jay (Terri) Eaton, David Ray (Cheryl) Eaton, Russell Edward (Lisa) Eaton; grandchildren, Christopher (Bridget) Eaton, Carlton (Bonnie) Eaton, Kevin Eaton, Teodora Eaton, Megan Eaton; great-grandchildren, Carli Eaton, Gabe Eaton, Judah Eaton, Georgia Eaton, James Eaton; siblings James (Peg) Hosken, Wanda (Bob) McRae, Robert (Cheryl) Hosken, Phyllis Masso, Vicki Joy (Jeff) McClure. A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 PM on Friday, July 17, 2020, at Salem Baptist Church located at 1724 GA-155 N, McDonough, GA 30252, or online at In lieu of flowers, please make donations in memory of Marilyn Eaton to the building fund at Salem Baptist Church, where she was a member and worked for many years.

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