Margaret Wetzler

Margaret Friedman "Marni" Wetzler

September 19, 1939 - April 1, 2021
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Margaret Friedman “Marni” Wetzler of Baltimore passed away on Thursday, April 1, 2021 at the age of 81. She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Philip Wetzler, children Andrew (Marni) and Tom (Anne), grandsons Zach, Alex, Gabe, Tyler, Matthew, Wyatt, and Danny Wetzler, and sister, Frances Friedman. She was predeceased by her parents Bertram and Margaret Friedman.

Marni was a graduate of The Park School of Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University, and received a master’s degree in social work from Goucher College. She worked and volunteered for many charitable organizations which served children and the disabled. She enjoyed arranging flowers, travel, fishing on the Chesapeake Bay, and was a lifelong learner. Above all, Marni’s greatest love was spending time with her family and many friends.

A memorial service will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Park School of Baltimore, 2425 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208 or The League for People with Disabilities, Inc., 1111 E. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21239.
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Lew Kairys

Posted at 12:17pm
Phil— so sorry to learn of Marni’s passing—-my thoughts are with you and your family— keep the good memories alive. Lew Kairys

Steve and Michele Hecht, Grapeview, WA

Posted at 07:23pm
Dear Phil,
Sending you and your family our deepest sympathy. We go back so many years...Pinkney Road and Wallis Avenue, swimming and tennis at Suburban, Crest Road, Marcia and Alan...and many more. Marni's memory will always be a blessing to everyone who knew her. May she rest in peace.

Faith Schreiber Feingold

Posted at 01:59pm
My sincerest sympathy.

Hazel and Hilly Greenstein

Posted at 12:18am
We are both so sorry to hear of Marni's passing. We have not seen a lot of you both lately but the last time we had dinner together we had a wonderful evening. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

Jan K Guben

Posted at 09:05pm
Phil: So sorry to hear of Marni's passing. We regret that we are not in Baltimore to express our condolences personally and can only express our hope that your memories of Marni will provide strength and comfort in the difficult days ahead. Jan and Sue

Barbara Lichtenberg

Posted at 12:04pm
Phil....sending u and ur family my condolences on your loss. Marnie is finally out of constant pain and suffering. Continue to remember the special times you shared and keep those memories deep in your hearts.

Debra and Maurice Furchgott

Posted at 10:55am
Phil, we are so sorry to hear of your loss. How lucky were you and your family to have so many beautiful years of "Marni and Phil".

Terry M. Rubenstein

Posted at 08:19am
Phil and family, very sorry about Marni’s death. So many wonderful things have been said. I remember swim meets at Suburban her cheering on her boys. Especially you Phil. My sincerest condolences.

Susan Weis-Bohlen

Posted at 08:01am
Uncle Phil, Andy and Tommy, my heart goes out to you for the loss of Marni. I was so happy when she called me a few years back about coming to a class I was teaching at Roland Park. She only made it to a few sessions but it was good to see her. Family is family always.

Amy Kaplan

Posted at 09:36pm
Dear Phil, Tommy and Aandy-
I am so sorry to hear this news about the passing of Marni. I have so many memories of Tommy , Daniel and I running around in the backyard from my house to yours. I loved growing up in Mt.Washington and always knew I could come to your home for anything.

Sending much love during these difficult days.


Roxy Lipsitz

Posted at 04:14pm
Marni and I went back to Park School days. She and her family suffered for many years because of her illnesses. Rest in Peace now. Fondly Roxy

Phyllis and Stuart Cutler

Posted at 03:39pm
Dear Phil and family,
We are so sorry to hear about Marni. Phyllis and Marni go way back to Park School days and afterward with Stuart to our reunions and times in between. May your fond memories of your years together give you comfort during this difficult time.
With our deepest sympathy

Amy and Al Harris

Posted at 02:56pm
Dear Phil and Family,
We We’re so sorry about the passing of Marni. We always enjoyed spending time with her. May her wonderful memories be in your hearts forever.

The Livingston Family

Posted at 02:39pm
Phil, Tom and Anne and family we are so very sorry to hear of Marni's passing. Sam wants to send you his sincere condolences as do we, and pray that her memory be for a blessing and bring you and your family comfort during these difficult times.

Errol Phillips

Posted at 11:29am
Phil and Family

Phil and Family

Sincere condolences. I knew Marni back in our High School Days.
Stay Strong !

Errol Phillips
Bradenton, FL.

Glenn Berger

Posted at 09:57am
Dear Phil, Andy,Tom, Fran, and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Marni. She was a force. One thing I know is that you always knew where Marni stood on any given issue. During our time together, we had many a lively spirited discussion on any number of topics. I know she loved all of "her boys". She will be missed, and I keep her family in my thoughts and prayers.

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